Development & Stewaardship
As each one has received a gift, use it to serve one another
as good stewards of God's varied grace. 
— 1 Peter 4:10
Office of Development & Stewardship
What is Stewardship?
Stewardship is a way of life, a life of accountability and responsibility acknowledging God as Creator and Giver of all. Stewardship involves responsible management of our God-given resources of time, talent, and treasure. Stewards as disciples of Jesus Christ see themselves as caretakers of all God's gifts. Gratitude for these gifts is expressed in prayer, worship, offering and action by eagerly sharing our gifts out of love for God and one another.

Reflection Questions

  • What resources, talents, and abilities has God given me? Do I use them in service to others?
  • If I am to work to be an effective Christian steward, with the help of God's grace, what will it cost me in terms of personal sacrifice and hardship? Am I willing to do this?
  • How can I be of help to others in recognizing and using the gifts that they've been given?
Our Mission and Vision
The Office of Development and Stewardship cultivates stewardship as a way of life and promotes activities that support the ministries of the Diocese.
Our mission is to assist, teach, affirm and empower Catholics in the Diocese of Stockton to live as disciples and stewards of the Church.
The Office of Stewardship and Development undertakes its mission through:
How YOU can help the Diocese of Stockton!

Team: Office of Development & Stewardship
Phone: (209) 466-0636 Fax: (209) 952-1488



Victor Mitre, Jr., Chief Development Officer
(209) 466-0636

Martha McCoy, Assistant Director of Development

(209) 546-7646

Kathleen Nomura
(209) 546-7642

Stephanie Owens 
(209) 546-7647



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