Catholic Financial Life, a faith-based membership organization, puts Catholic values in action by Serving God through serving others; Providing financial security; and Enhancing quality of life.
Catholic Financial Life will provide and exceptional member experience and fulfill the financial security needs of Catholic families who share passion for our faith.
Catholic Financial Life is the oldest Catholic Fraternal benefit society and the second largest Catholic fraternal in the United States with our roots going back 142 years! That kind of longevity is a powerful statement. Few organizations have that kind of longevity.
As a Catholic Financial Life member, besides being protected our life insurance or annuity products, local members volunteer in the community. Members work with the Holy Rosary Youth R.O.C.K.S. in fall on "Make a Difference Day" to rake leaves for the elderly; and in spring on "Join Hands Day," they work hand in hand with the youth on a local cleanup or build project. Our local chapter also participates in matching grant programs to assist local organizations.
Our members also have educational benefits, scholarships for those attending Catholic elementary school, high school, college and universities. There is also a benefit for those who attend a Catholic summer camp or those going on a Catholic retreat. Check out more benefits while becoming a financial member.
For local Catholic Financial Life information and questions on Chapter 266 New Holstein, contact Dennis Kabat at 920-898-4520.
To receive information about Catholic Financial Life's products and financial planning, contact our local financial advisor Paul Juckem at 920-849-4791.
The St. Vincent De Paul Society ministers to people in need by providing them with food, clothing and shelter and financial aid, as well as spiritual direction in certain instances. They engage in visiting the sick, the homebound and the nursing homes. The Society meets in the Parish Life Center on Monday evenings. If you would like more information about the local St. Vincent De Paul Society, please contact:
Sid Nennig, Chuck Neilitz, or Ann Meyers
Food Pantry: 920-385-8757
Visit our Kiel location:
1234 Teckla Place Kiel, WI 53042
920-894-7834 (ext. 1 is the store, ext. 2 is the society)
The Knights of Columbus is a fraternal organization dedicated to promoting the concepts of charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism. The Knights are involved with Council, Community, Church, Family and Youth Activities. The local group meets on the second Thursday at the New Holstein Community Center. For more information, contact John Klinzing at firstname.lastname@example.org.