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International Catholic Stewardship Council:


Advancing Christian Stewardship, Catholic Philanthropy, and Resource Development Worldwide

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Most Reverend J. Michael Miller, Archbishop of Vancouver

Christmas is the Ideal Time for Evangelizing

“I propose that now is the time to make an extra effort to keep Christmas throughout the year by getting closer to Jesus, and by inviting someone else to get closer to him.”

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Ten New Year's Resolutions for Christian Stewards

January is traditionally the time for New Year’s resolutions. It is an ideal time to take stock, reassess and recommit to a life lived for and in Jesus Christ. Here are a few suggestions for the important areas of our faith life:

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ICSC News Room

Wisdom From ICSC

Each month ICSC provides practical information, whitepapers, and tips, as well as other insightful information from our Strategic Partners in this monthly e-resource, Wisdom From ICSC Strategic Partners.

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TOOLS FOR GROWTH

Monthly eBulletin

Receive helpful resources to enhance stewardship in your ministry. Discover prayers, featured articles, and Gospel reflections on a stewardship way of life. Be inspired, be equipped, and be transformed!  

INSPIRATION FOR THE JOURNEY

A Christmas Season Reflection 

 


Catholic communities around the world are now celebrating the Christmas season which, liturgically, extends from the Vigil Mass of Christmas or Vespers on Christmas Eve, December 24, to the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord, inclusive, on Sunday, January 12, 2020. Take some time during this sacred season to reflect on one of the most intimate mysteries of our lives, the birth of God in a world that hungers for his loving presence. For more thoughts on this wondrous time of year, please click the LINK below.

MODELS OF STEWARDSHIP

Stewardship Saints


We celebrate the life of Saint John the Almsgiver during the month of January.  Saint John the Almsgiver earned the title “almsgiver” because of his passion for social justice and his stewardship of the poor and oppressed.