Ideas and Collaboration

At Dynamic Catholic we are serious about partnering with people and organizations to re-energize the Catholic Church. The only things we are more serious about are being good stewards of the mission God has entrusted to us and honoring the gifts our donors grant us to fuel that mission.

Every day we received calls and emails from individuals and organizations requesting meetings to discuss collaboration. If we agreed to every meeting request we would never get anything done.

So, if you have a great idea or want to collaborate with us we ask that you follow a simple process:

  1. If you simply want to share a great idea to help us accomplish the Dynamic Catholic mission please email your thoughts to

    While we will not be able to respond directly, we will review your thoughts and, when appropriate, adopt them!
  2. If you want to propose a larger venture, perhaps a coordinated effort or a formal collaboration, a genuine partnership, or something more:

    Please send a one-page business plan outlining:
    • Your organization description;
    • Your goal;
    • The product or service proposed;
    • What role, specifically, you would like Dynamic Catholic to play; and,
    • Your marketing strategy.
    • Please also attach a one-page, five-year pro forma we may review.

That’s it!

Submissions should be mailed to the address below . . .

The Dynamic Catholic Institute
Attention: Ideas and Collaborations
5081 Olympic Blvd
Erlanger, KY 41018
Unites States of America

These documents will be reviewed prior to our annual strategy session. If we feel your idea or collaboration proposal is a good fit for our strategic focus we will contact you. If you don’t hear from us, it isn’t that your idea is bad… it’s just that it isn’t in line with our strategic priorities at this time. It is simply impossible for us to pursue and execute every good idea and collaboration.

Thank you for your understanding.

Whatever your idea we know it springs from a love of Catholicism and a desire to help the people of our age discover the truth, beauty, and genius of our ancient faith. We applaud that and thank you for all you are doing for the Church.

Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.