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Since 2014, Credo Funding has enabled Christian community projects to be carried out in contributing to their financial needs.
their five sources of financing and their two crowdfunding platforms in donation and loan, allow them to meet the financial needs of project leaders by ensuring that the optimal conditions for the realization of the project are present.

They are at the service of Christian entrepreneurs so that they can work for Good Common

In collaboration with the local diocese, the clubs organize and promote a wide range of events and programs – prayer for vocations, dinners for clergy, job training programs in Catholic schools, events for altar servers – and literally thousands of other programs.
The Common Good Fund is committed to supporting social and associative entrepreneurs who work to build the society of tomorrow.

Their mission: select projects with high potential, define strategies with their managers development and support all stages of change of scale.

The Common Good Fund is a hybrid and unique player in the philanthropic ecosystem French.

The Catholic University of West Africa (UCAO) is an International University created by the Regional Episcopal Conference of West Africa (CERAO). It is the largest decentralized private university network in Africa with specific University Units in Benin, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Guinea, Mali, Senegal and Togo. The International Rectorate is based in Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso). Training is provided by high-ranking teachers working throughout the UCAO network and in the largest universities in Africa and the world. UCAO is a member of CAMES (African and Malagasy Council for Higher Education) which recognizes its diplomas, ASUNICAM (Association of Catholic Universities and Institutes of Africa and Madagascar) and FIUC (International Federation of Universities Catholics).
The Knights of Columbus (C of C) is a Catholic order of fraternal service world founded by Father Michael J. McGivney on March 29, 1882. [1] [2] Membership is limited to practicing Catholic men. [3] It is led by Patrick E. Kelly, the 14th Supreme Knight of the order. [3] [4] The organization is named after the Italian explorer Christopher Columbus.

The organization was founded in March 1882 [5] as a corporation of mutual aid for working-class Catholics and immigrants in the United States. In addition to providing a system of insurance to its members, its charter states that it strives “to promote among its members such social and intellectual relations as are desirable and appropriate.”

One ​​of the founding principles of this institution is the requirement of qualified and adapted communication, in the cultural media space. The academic body constitutes the main body from which, in an open and free manner, regular exchanges can be organized with journalists. Thus, we can hope that can be disseminated and heard, away from slogans and misunderstandings, the logic with which research and reflection are deployed in Christianity, especially in Catholicism, for the love of God and his Creation, and in the spirit of the motto: Non intratur in veritatem, nisi per charitatem (“One enters into the truth only through charity”; Saint Augustine, Contra Faustum, 32, 18 ).
The chapter of the Institut Thomiste-Paris is made up of students and young professionals; it is sponsored by the Thomistic Institute of the Angelicum.
An original and exciting project: organizing university-quality and accessible events, with highly qualified speakers; enter the contemporary philosophical and theological debate, contribute to fueling it and making it tasty and profound! Neither a higher school with exams and diplomas, nor a chaplaincy, the institute is open to all, the determining criterion being the scientific quality of the speakers and subjects covered.
Humanitas is a quarterly journal of anthropology and Christian culture belonging to the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. She has 28 years of experience serving the encounter between faith and culture.
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