Busted Halo – An online magazine for spiritual seekers in their 20’s and 30’s powered by the Paulist Fathers
Pathways to Ministry – Pathways 2 Ministry was created to “support the call to pastoral leadership in the Catholic Church.” It helps to support young adults and their systems of support.
The Mary Page – The Marian Library – International Marian Research Institute located at the University of Dayton, a Catholic and Marianist institution of higher learning, in Dayton whose goal is to gather and present information about the Virgin Mary and to lead people to a loving knowledge of her.
Word on Fire – Word on Fire programs are broadcast regularly on WGN America, Relevant Radio, CatholicTV, EWTN, the popular Word on Fire YouTube Channel, and the Word on Fire website, which offers daily blogs, articles, commentaries, and over ten years of weekly sermon podcasts.
World Youth Day 2013 – Rio de Janeiro – The official United States Conference of Catholic Bishops USA delegation site to WYD 2013. Find a variety of helpful information including fundraising ideas
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Camden – Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Camden helps people of all ages, races, faiths and walks of life everyday throughout the six counties of Southern New Jersey in a mulititude of ways.
JustFaith Ministries – Through programs that transform people and expand their commitment to social ministry, members of a church or parish study, explore and experience Christ’s call to care for the poor and vulnerable.
Romero Center Ministries – Romero Center Ministries is an urban retreat and Catholic social justice education center located in the heart of East Camden, New Jersey. They are a ministry of St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral.
Augustinian Volunteers – Augustinian Volunteers are young men and women in their twenties who have decided to spend a year dedicating themselves to live in community with their peers while serving the poor and needy throughout the U.S., in Peru, and in South Africa, and focusing on their relationship with God and their personal growth.
Catholic Network of Volunteer Service – Catholic Network of Volunteer Service (CNVS), established in 1963, is a non-profit membership organization of 200 domestic and international volunteer and lay mission programs.
Franciscan Volunteer Ministry (FVM) – The Franciscan Volunteer Ministry is a group of lay men and women, living in community, who dedicated themselves to ministry in the Church in collaboration with the Franciscans of the Holy Name Province. Camden is home to one of their communities.
Jesuit Volunteer Corps – The Jesuit Volunteer Corps offers women and men an opportunity to work full-time for justice and peace. Jesuit Volunteers are called to the mission of serving the poor direclty, working for structural change in the United States, and accompanying people in developing countries. A JVC community lives and works within the City of Camden.
Mercy Volunteer Corps – In partnership with the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, lay women and men of Mercy Volunteer Corps (MVC) enter into relationship with people who are economically poor and marginalized. In a spirit of mutuality, volunteers cultivate mercy and justice in the world by embracing compassionate service, social justice, spirituality and a simple lifestyle in community.
SSJ Mission Corps – A year long volunteer commitment for women ages 21 – 35, sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Philadelphia.
Catholics on Call – Catholics on Call assists young adults to reflect on God’s call in their lives.
Catholic Campus Ministry Association – To be the voice and promote the mission of the Church among students in higher education by empowering campus ministers through formation, networking and resources.
Charis Ministries– Charis Ministries nurtures the life-long desire of men and women in their 20’s and 30’s for spiritual growth through a closer friendship with Jesus Christ. The Diocese of Camden is a partnering diocese with Charis.
Faith Formation Learning Exchange – A current source for research, practices and approaches in faith formation across the whole life span, including young adult trends by John Roberto and Vibrant Faith Ministries.
Adult Faith Formation – The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Subcommittee on Young Adult Ministry
NCYAMA – The National Catholic Young Adult Ministry Association’s mission is to drive excellence and growth in ministry to and evangelization of young adults in their late teens, twenties and thirties, married and single.
The Center for Ministry Development – The Center for Ministry Development provides training, resources and consultation for pastoral ministry and catechesis for youth, young adults, families and the intergenerational community.