Catholic Associations

Catholics aim to live out love in action as an essential part of Gospel living. That’s why Catholics get involved in a whole range of voluntary work – whether that means serving the poor, the homeless, prisoners, young people, the missions, or in pro-life work, campaigning for justice and peace or migrants and aslyum seekers.

A wide variety of spiritual associations exist too, offering information on retreats, pilgrimages and prayer and a vast amount of support and fellowship. A number of professional and vocational clubs offer spiritual norishment and guidance for those Catholics working in careers including medicine, education, the arts, the law, public service, the police and the theatre.

Aid to the Church in Need

Apostleship of the Sea

Association for Separated and Divorced Catholics

Association of Catholic Women

Bethany Family Institute

Bright Lights Festival


Caritas-social action


Catholic Association for Racial Justice (CARJ)

Catholic Central Library

Catholic Charismatic Renewal

Catholic Community Net

Catholic Concern for Animals

Catholic Enquiry Office

Catholic HR

Catholic Internet Trust

Catholic Missionary Union

Catholic Stage Guild

Catholic Truth Society

Catholic Union of Great Britain

Faith Magazine

Guild of Catholic Doctors

HCPT – The Pilgrimage Trust

Housing Justice

Knights of St Columba

Latin Mass Society

Linacre Centre for Healthcare Ethics

Jumbulance Lourdes Pilgrimage

Loyola Hall, Jesuit Spirituality Centre

Music Makers

National Conference of Priests

National Justice and Peace Network

Pax Christi

Pontifical Mission Societies

Redemptorist Publications

Society of St Gregory

Sacred Space (Daily Meditation

Society of St Vincent de Paul

Youth Society of St Vincent de Paul

Walsingham Shrine

Worldwide Marriage Encounter