Catholic Social Services/Other

A vast network of social service providers based in Dioceses across the United States operate under the umbrella of Catholic Charities. Catholic Charities reported employing more than 60,000 in 2013, who served more than 9 million individuals in need. The Church also employs many men and women in Catholic newspapers, Catholic cemeteries, and in other tasks supporting the Church’s mission and its works of charity.


Below find several Catholic institutional employers outside healthcare and education whose employees enjoy union representation:

 

Alaska

Diocese of Juneau

Catholic Community Services Inc., Juneau AK (IBT)
California

Archdiocese of San Francisco

Catholic Cemeteries, Archdiocese of San Francisco, San Francisco CA (SEIU)

Diocese of Oakland

Catholic Cemeteries, Diocese of Oakland, Oakland CA (SEIU)
District of Columbia

Archdiocese of Washington DC

Catholic News Service, Washington DC (TNG-CWA)

Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception (Food Service*), Washington DC (UNITEHERE)

 

Illinois

Archdiocese of Chicago

Archdiocese of Chicago (Drivers), Chicago IL (IBT)

 

Michigan

Archdiocese of Detroit

Michigan Catholic, Detroit MI (TNG-CWA)

 

Missouri

Archdiocese of St. Louis

St. Louis Review, St. Louis MO (TNG-CWA)

 

Minnesota

Diocese of Duluth

Catholic Cemeteries, Diocese of Duluth, Duluth MN (IBT)

 

New York

Archdiocese of New York

Mission of the Immaculate Virgin (Maintenance), Staten Island, NY (IBT)

Diocese of Brooklyn

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Brooklyn NY (AFSCME)
Ohio

Diocese of Cleveland

Catholic Universe Bulletin, Cleveland OH (TNG-CWA)
Washington

Archdiocese of Seattle

Catholic Community Services of Washington, Seattle, WA (SEIU)