for the 60th Annual
Stewardship Conference
to be held October 2-5
in Anaheim, California
Our Mission

For over 60 years of Catholic collaboration, the International Catholic Stewardship Council promotes and supports Catholic teaching on stewardship by providing education and resources for dioceses, parishes, and institutions of the Roman Catholic Church.

2022 Annual Conference

Stewardship: A Disciple's Response

The ICSC family invites those who are associated with Catholic dioceses, parishes, Catholic foundations and schools to attend the 60th annual ICSC stewardship conference to be held October 2 to 5, 2022 in Anaheim, California. Attendees will be able to gather, network, develop relationships, investigate and reflect on the life of stewardship in the Catholic Church. Participants will also be invited to prepare for the Church’s transformational future in the COVID-19 environment. Return to this page and watch for developments of this 60th annual conference.


ICSC 2021 Conference

With gratitude for Archbishop Thomas Wenski

The ICSC family is deeply grateful for the wisdom that was offered by this year’s conference presenters, and especially its homilists and plenary speakers. The 59th annual conference, hosted in Orlando, Florida, started with the celebration of the Eucharist. The presider, the Most Reverend Thomas Wenski, archbishop of Miami, Florida, offered an inspiring homily on stewardship and the joy of sharing Christ’s life and teachings with others. For an excerpt of Archbishop Wenski’s homily,   Continue Reading…


ICSC January Stewardship Prayer

Prayer is the first principle to embracing stewardship as a way of life. Through prayer, we confront our own spiritual disorganization and chaos and create a sacred inner space within ourselves where we can meet and have a conversation with God. Exercising good stewardship over our life of prayer is the first essential step to our ultimate goal in the spiritual life: to live unceasingly with a deep joy in the presence of God. On the next page we have included a January stewardship prayer for your consideration.   Continue Reading…

ICSC 2021 Awards

Dioceses and Catholic Foundations

Each year at the annual conference, ICSC recognizes exemplary dioceses, archdioceses and Catholic foundations that best promote and practice Christian stewardship and Catholic philanthropy throughout the year. ICSC is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2021 recognition awards.   Continue Reading…


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From Our Strategic Partners

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Models of Stewardship

Stewardship Saints

St. Angela Merici is a remarkable stewardship saint who gave her life in service to the Church and the poor. Born in a small town in Italy and orphaned at a very young age, Angela became an educator of young, impoverished women. She believed that education and Christian formation were especially needed for young girls. Angela established a group of women who dedicated themselves to Christ and would later become the Ursuline nuns, the first group of women religious to work outside of a cloister and the first teaching order of women. Angela’s feast day is January 27. To read more about her click HERE.

January Stewardship Reflection: Exercising Stewardship of God’s Gift’s in the New Year

January is a time for new beginnings. Some people make New Year resolutions. They become very focused, using all their energies to reach their goals. Others drift through the year with little direction, living for the moment and never thinking about where they are headed. Most people probably live somewhere in between. But in Christ, we have a purpose and a direction when we allow ourselves to be nourished by the Eucharist and guided by the Holy Spirit. The following reflection will offer some ideas for living as good stewards of the Year of Grace 2022: