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}} Catholic Commons is a free, on-line encyclopedia that uses the software on which Wikipedia is based, which allows users to edit articles and add new content. This site provides resources to help students, faculty, staff, administrators, volunteers, alumni, and others interested in Catholic institutions understand and further the Catholic identity of these institutions. Catholic Commons is a Nebraska non-profit organization whose purpose is to create and share online content at  on parishes, schools, universities, hospitals, and other organizations affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church throughout the world. It is tax-exept under 501c3 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code and donations in the United States are tax deductible.
Since the start of this site in January 2006, users have created 4,025 articles. Feel free to add articles, pictures, and other content that you believe would be of interest to others. Catholic Commons is global in scope because Jesuits have been active in ministries around the world since the founding of their order in 1540. In addition to this English language wiki, there is also a Spanish Wiki. If you or others are interested in administering a Catholic Commons wiki in another language, contact the founder of this site.
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