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Our Sunday Visitor


Our Sunday Visitor was founded in 1912 by Fr. John Francis Noll to spread knowledge about the Catholic faith through periodicals, textbooks, parish resources and trade books. Today, OSV is the largest provider of offertory envelopes and one of the largest Catholic publishers in the world with more than 1,800 resources in print. It is still headquartered in its birthplace of Huntington, Ind. Learn more at www.osv.com.




OSV Institute


In 1915, Fr. John Francis Noll began the OSV Institute to extend the reach of Our Sunday Visitor in service and support of Catholic organizations. With over $75 million returned to Catholic organizations to date, the OSV Institute continues to serve the Church by supporting and encouraging innovative and effective Church-related programs and activities. Three areas of special interest for funding are Unaffiliated Millennials, Hispanic Experience and Parent Project. In 2017 the Institute expanded its reach to provide support for new innovation and to serve as an incubator for new efforts supporting the Catholic Church... Learn more at www.osvinstitute.com.


2018 Grant Recipients

  • Armenian Catholic Eparchy of Our Lady of Nareg
  • Ave Maria University
  • Boston College
  • Catholic Charities
  • Catholic Conference of Catholic Bishops
  • Center for Applifed Research in the Apostolate (CARA)
  • Courage International
  • Crossroads Initiative Productions
  • Culture Project, The
  • Diocese of Baker
  • Diocese of Boise
  • Diocese of Ft. Wayne-South Bend
  • Diocese of Toledo
  • Father Solanus Casey Guild
  • Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS)
  • Foundation for Priestly Vocations, The
  • Heinlein, Michael
  • Huntington Catholic
  • Messy Family Project, The
  • Serra Club of South Bend
  • St. Vincent DePaul Catholic Church
  • St. Teresa School
  • Those Catholic Men
  • Young Catholic Professionals