God is changing lives in prisons.|in the military.|on college campuses.|in pregnancy centers.|with parish renewal.

The Word Among Us Partners' mission is to share God's love and boundless mercy with Catholics in challenging circumstances through The Word Among Us magazine.

Through your prayers and generous donations, Partners provides The Word Among Us to 154,000 Catholics who are away from the support of their family, friends, or local church.

Together we are sending The Word Among Us to:




Service Members


College Students


People in Pregnancy Care Centers


Catholics Away from Their Faith

+ Free Digital Subscriptions for Active Duty Military and College Students

2021 Partners Goals

Promote the gospel of life to 20,000 women and men in pregnancy centers and provide new materials for women and men who have experienced abortion.

Encourage 16,000 college students to hold onto and deepen their faith.

Bring God’s word to 33,000 service members.

Reach 84,000 Catholics in prison with the Mass edition of The Word Among Us, so that they have access to the daily Mass readings in addition to meditations and articles.

Reach one million Catholics who rarely or never attend Mass with the gospel through pamphlets and booklets.

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Fr. Chuck's Story

Father Chuck Cantera shares his passion for prison ministry and how he uses The Word Among Us to help prisoners find salvation.

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Fr. Mallon’s Story

Learn about Fr. Mallon’s surrender to Christ, how he learned to pray using The Word Among Us, and his work in parish renewal.

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Holly’s Story

Holly shares her story of hitting rock bottom, hitting her knees in prayer as an inmate, and how God changed her life.

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Al's Story

Al shares his story of going from an inmate and receiving a free copy of The Word Among Us to sending free copies to others in need.

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Angela's Story

Angela, Director of Prison Ministry at The Word Among Us Partners shares her personal experiences of God changing lives in prisons.