Who Does PCMRT Serve?

AIRPORT CHAPLAINCY IN COLLABORATION WITH THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC AIRPORT CHAPLAINS (NCCAC)

  • In 28 (arch)dioceses

Source: NCCAC Updating List 2009

APOSTLESHIP OF THE SEA (AOS)

  • 79 chaplains and pastoral team
  • In 50 (arch)dioceses

Source: AOS National Director's Annual Report 2010 

MIGRANT FARM WORKERS IN COLLABORATION WITH THE CATHOLIC MIGRANT FARMWORKERS NETWORK (CMFN)

  • 127 diocesan contacts—mostly Hispanic ministry directors and leaders of migrant and rural groups

Source: PCMR Transition Report 2007

CIRCUS AND TRAVELING SHOW MINISTRIES IN COLLABORATION WITH THE CIRCUS AND TRAVELING SHOW MINISTRIES ORGANIZATION

  • 27 chaplains and pastoral teams
  • PCMRT is also responsible for collaborating with: race car drivers; horse racing workers; bull riders; Gypsies; Irish Travelers; truckers/truck stop ministry; and tourism, including the national parks, tourist centers, and workers in the tourism industry.

Source: People on the Move Coordinator's Report 2007

VARIOUS CULTURAL/ETHNIC COMMUNITIES

  • 19 African communities: Burundians, Cameroonians, Congolese, Cape Verdeans, Equatorials, Eritreans and Ethiopians (Ge'ez rite), Ghanaians, Guineans, Ivoirians, Kenyans, Liberians, Nigerians, Rwandans, Sierra Leonese, Sudanese, Tanzanians, Ugandans, Zaireans, Zambians
  • 9 Caribbean communities: Belizeans, Dominicans, Grenadians, Guyanans, Haitians, Jamaicans, Santa Lucians, Trinidadians, and Tobagonians
  • 12 European communities: Croatians, Czech, French, Irish, Italians, Lithuanians, Polish, Portuguese, Hungarians, Slovak, Slovenians, Ukrainians
  • Mayans
  • Brazilians

Sources: USCCB Office for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Refugees, African and Caribbean Catholics in the United States and Ethnic Apostolate Annual Report 2006