About the Stewardship Program
Stewardship challenges us to live counter-culturally, anchored in the Gospel message and wholly cognizant that only in living as our model steward, Jesus, we will find hope, freedom and lasting joy and peace.
- Asks that we help each other recognize both the gifts and talents with which God has blessed us, and the ways in which we have been blessed through the gifts and talents of others.
- Invites us to help discern, call forth and continually encourage one another to use the gifts and talents with which God has blessed us according to God’s will.
- Challenges us to share our time, talent and treasure beyond what we believe we can do or give so we can grow, individually and collectively, as God desires.
Throughout this page are a variety of ways to learn more about stewardship through the Archdiocese of Chicago.
Please contact the Office of Stewardship and Development at 312.534.8500 with any questions.
In 1992, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) published Stewardship: A Disciple’s Response. That document is now 25-years old, which is why the Office of Stewardship and Development is taking a closer look at how to apply the document’s lessons to parish stewardship efforts today.
This series of articles looks at the summary previously provided (PDF), with a fresh look and new applications toward parish stewardship.