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PARISH GRANTS

 

OCP Parish Grants Program

Now accepting applications through May 30, 2020

As part of OCP’s ongoing commitment to service, we provide direct financial assistance to Roman Catholic parishes across the United States* through our annual OCP Parish Grants program. Since its inception in 2001, we have provided over $3 million in support of parishes looking to enhance their worship experience.

Apply now

 

#1 Watch the video below

#2 Download worksheet and prepare information

#3 Apply online by May 30, 2020

 
 

How to apply

Applications are ONLY accepted online. Use this helpful worksheet to ensure you are ready to fill out an application. It lists all the information you'll need for the application process.

Keep in mind, once you begin filling out an application, your progress cannot be saved, so you'll need to be prepared to fill it out completely once you begin.

 

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7 Quick Steps to Apply for a Parish Grant
 

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*Open to Roman Catholic parishes within the 50 US states.

 

Find quick answers to common Parish Grants questions along with a list of past recipients.

FAQs     Past Recipients

Jerome Ranek, Pastor

“Thank you for the…grant which we used to purchase this portable podium with microphone and speakers.”

—Fr. Jerome Ranek, Pastor, St. Peter’s of Sisseton, SD

 

“I was delighted to receive note of OCP’s recent generous grant in support of Saint Helen Catholic Church in South Gate, which will be used to enhance this parish community’s liturgy and music. The Saint Helen community will enjoy the benefit of this investment for years to come!”

—Most Reverend Jose H. Gomez, Archbishop of Los Angeles

 

“On behalf of our Pastor, Father Woodrow Pace, and the parish community of Saints Peter and Paul Parish, please accept our heartfelt gratitude for the OCP Parish Grant…to rebuild our choir’s music library. We are grateful for the work of composers and publishers as we strive to provide music that is liturgical, pastoral and beautiful, beginning with a composer’s creativity to the voices of the assembly, uplifted in prayer. Thank you for your support of our efforts to engage, unite and inspire.”

—Janice A. Dworschak, Coordinator of Liturgical Music, Saints Peter and Paul Parish of Independence, WI