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Causes: Arts & Culture, Education, Protestant, Religion, Roman Catholic

Mission: Promotion of the appreciation of Sacred Furniture and art. Youth evangelization, Sacred artists spirituality development.

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Community Stories

10 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Board Member

Rating: 5

I have known and worked with the original organizer of the Society for a number of years on various projects and because of the experience of this affiliation, I volunteered to become involved as a board member. The mission statement of the Society expresses my concern for a need that is not being met by any other organization that I'm aware of. I believe Biblical Truths MUST be made aware to all, and rich Christian art can be used to inspire those who need or desire that extra inspiration.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have had a great opportunity working with the Society of St. Henry on many art projects, and am currently working on video advertisements for SSH.

6

Volunteer

Rating: 5

By being involved with The Society of St. Henry I have grone in my appreciation for sacred art, my faith, and the people that have preceeded me in the Christian journey.

7

Board Member

Rating: 5

I got involved because I felt that our youth have been missing out on so much of their Catholic heritage, Sacred Art being a profound voice that speaks us of that heritage from generations past. I feel tThe work the Society of St. Henry is doing is invaluable in evangelizing and helping to preserve our Christian culture for future generations.

5

Volunteer

Rating: 5

The Society of St. Henry (SSH) has finally opened the door to what the world has been missing. I volunteer much of my time as a Fund Development Assistant and Mission Represenative for the Society of St. Henry. When I am not volunteering my time, I am working on my Master's degree in Public Administration with a concentration in Non-Profit Administration and Leadership. SSH is blessed - and still has much work to do!

4 movie-maker

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I'm a highschool volunteer, and am getting a chance to develope my art skill, and work on some video projects that may help other young people around the country!

4 pizzaman

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I enjoy working for the Society of St. Henry's. It's very inspirational, and will make a huge difference for young people's faith lives. I once saw a woman shed tears becuase she was so taken back by the work.

7 shopping

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I enjoy working with Society of St.Henry a great deal! I am an artist volunteer and I get opportunity to do many things that expand my artistic view and develope my skills. I get to do all this and get to share with others my faith, and love of sacred art and Christian culture!

7 brianna1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I am a Highschool Senior volunteer and have enjoyed my work with The Society of St. Henry. I think the work I'm helping them to do is going to make a difference to my generation. I want to help other people get closer to Jesus Christ and as a young artist I can see the importance of sacred art in doing that.

6

Board Member

Rating: 5

I got heavily involved because I felt strongly the work that the Society of St. Henry was doing was beneficial in strengthening the youth of our society in morals and values via religious cultural appreciation. Our world today is disrupted by economic uncertainty, terrorism, and violence. This can only be addressed in the longrun by a society that possesses strong morals and values. Sacred art is an expression of Christian culture spanning two millenia, and proper appreciation of this art form and culture in the hearts and minds of our young people will help to strengthen their morals and values as they face the challenges of their own generations. The Society of St. Henry seeks to do much good work in this field, and I want to be part of it.