There are many Catholic organizations that serve the entire Diocese of Lubbock. All are welcoming to parishioners from throughout the 25 counties of the diocese. Refer to the information below or to the pages or links at left to learn more.
Catholic Daughters strive to embrace the principle of faith, working through love in the promotion of justice, equality and the advancement of human rights and human dignity for all. Members are encouraged to develop leadership skills, dedication and great enthusiasm for the work of Christ and His Church. Youth is an important part of our organization. The Junior Catholic Daughters is an opportunity for girls ages 6-18 to do something positive for themselves, live their faith, and develop character.
The organization that prays and works together, will grow together. Answer our Lord's call with faith, generosity and love by joining the Catholic Daughters of Americas. Contact Patty Marrufo, 806-441-6785.
The members of the Catholic Medical Association of Lubbock come together in order to grow in the spirit of Christ the Physician in our personal and professional lives, to bring His Spirit to all that is touched by our science and art, and to assist the local Bishop, and the whole Christian community with leadership, especially with the particular knowledge, skill and experience of Catholic Physicians and all Catholic medical personnel.
Uphold the principles of the Catholic faith as related to science and medicine.
The Catholic Medical Association stages the Annual White Mass for health care workers each fall as close as possible to the Feast of St. Luke. For more information, visit the group website or contact Deacon Benny Phillips at 806-796-1317.
If you’re interested in helping those in need, serving your parish, growing in your faith or having exclusive access to top-rated insurance protection for your family, then the Knights of Columbus is the organization for you.
Becoming a Knight of Columbus can transform your life. As a Knight, you have the opportunity to support your parish, give back to your community, grow in your faith and gain exclusive access to our top-rated insurance program to protect your family.
These are just some of the reasons to become a Knight.
We are a band of brothers, a network of men in communities around the world dedicated to doing good in the service of God and our neighbor.
There are many Knights of Columbus Councils and Assemblies of Fourth Degree Knights in the Diocese of Lubbock. To locate the one nearest you, visit the Knights of Columbus website.
The Lubbock Diocese Singles Group welcomes all singles, ages 21 and over, including never-married, widowed, divorced and single parents. As a group, we plan a variety of activities each month to promote social, spiritual and service-based interaction among our members. Contact Gloria Decker at 806-698-6400.
The primary objective of the Catholic War Veterans is to make the entire nation acutely aware of the struggle and needs of many veterans, their widows and children. It is also our responsibility to help protect, preserve and defend the Constitution of the United States and the laws of our government. The group also organizes the annual Memorial Day and Veteran's Day Masses. Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month. For information call Bill Youngren,806-746-5317, or Gabby Saldana, 806-795-0125.
Scouting is an effective way to help Catholic youths to do their duty to God and to their country. Scouting builds character and teaches devotion to God in an environment that provides wholesome fun under the guidance of strong adult role models. The scouting programs provide a wonderful channel to involve youth in the life of Catholic parishes.
Young people experience Scouting as a growth into personal maturity and social responsibility. They learn to assume their role in life with a high degree of commitment, and to care for others who are less fortunate. They develop a strong desire to build a culture of goodwill, respect for the environment and acceptance of duties.The Diocese of Lubbock has an active Catholic Committee on Scouting to assist in the formation of registered units throughout the diocese, to assist boys earn their religious emblems and to promote the values of the Boy Scouts of America among youth in the diocese. For more information, please contact Chairman at 806-785-2275 (home) or 806-470-5282 (cell) or Chaplain at 806-828-3944 (work).