Society of Our Lady of Guadalupe

The Society of Our Lady of Guadalupe membership program welcomes individuals and families who want to make a difference today by supporting the areas that need the most strengthening according to Bishop Kevin Vann as defined in the Diocesan strategic plan. Prayerful support ensures our Catholic community will continue to be an effective, growing, dynamic force in our diocese and our community today, tomorrow and forever.

When becoming a member of the Society of Our Lady of Guadalupe, your meaningful contribution will be granted on an annual basis, honoring donor intent, in support of the greatest need within the following pillars: Evangelization & Faith Formation; Stewardship; Clergy Formation; Catholic Education; and Christ Cathedral and Campus.

While meaningful support at any level is greatly appreciated, members at the Blue Mantle and above receive special recognition, insider updates and exclusive invitations to events.


Don’t miss out on special upcoming news and opportunities. Your support will have a lasting impact on a life today, tomorrow and forever.

For more information, please contact Elizabeth McKibbin, Vice President of Philanthropy at (714) 282-6041 or email



    Foster a lifelong journey of discipleship.

    Focused on the Sunday Mass experience, youth and young adults, communications and outreach.

    Equip and empower catechists and pastoral leaders to evangelize and form missionary disciples.

    Cultivate and support faith formation through spiritual, theological and pastoral studies.


    Inspiring hospitality and generosity as stewards who share God’s endowment given to us, to vibrantly share with others.

    Supports the joyful return to God’s gifts, time, talents and treasures to build the kingdom of God in our own communities, parishes and beyond.

    Provides resources necessary to sustain pastoral priorities, ensuring that our local Church and parish communities are strong and sustainable centers of faith.


    Forming seminarians and supporting priests and deacons to be holy and prayerful for today and in the future.

    Ongoing spiritual formation, leadership training, and programs to improve homiletics and strengthen evangelization initiatives to strengthen our parishes and schools

    Access to resources and tools for more impactful homilies along with dedicated, personal prayer time and consultations with spiritual directors.


    Building a strong community of vibrant faith-filled leaders, emphasizing academic excellence with superior extracurricular activities and focus on Christ as the root and center of all we do in our Catholic Schools.

    Help ensure our children are growing in wisdom, knowledge, faith and learning the love of Jesus Christ.

    Areas of focus:

    • Curriculum development
    • Tuition assistance for families desiring Catholic education for their children
    • Catholic identity


    Spiritual home of Orange County’s 1.3 million Catholics.

    A place of worship, faith formation, evangelization, charitable work, arts and culture.

    Popular tourists destination.

    A beacon of hope for all peoples throughout the world.


    For more information, please contact Elizabeth McKibbin, Vice President of Philanthropy at (714) 282-6041 or email