We could use a heap o’ helping.

Although The Catholic Cafe operates under the umbrella of the Diocese of Memphis in Tennessee, we receive no financial support from them. We’re 100% funded by donations and grants. Which means we need you.

Just imagine what you could help us do:

  • Expand this ministry to include video for television and web.
  • Spread the Gospel with new technologies and platforms, like mobile and social media.
  • Travel to more destinations, to bring you the highest-caliber guests… world-wide leaders in Catholic thought, philosophy, and spirituality.
  • Help compensate current and future staff so they can be fully dedicated to our evangelizing efforts.

By donating, you’ll have a special place in our ministry. It’ll be just like you’ve squeezed into the corner booth with us — right between Tom and Deacon Jeff! Yes,
indeed… you’ll be a fellow “Corner Boother.”

Pope Saint John Paul II called all of us to go forward into the New Evangelization with new ardor, methods, and expression.

Become a Corner Boother today. It’s easy!

Help us save the world… one cup of coffee at a time.


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Please prayerfully consider offering sustained support. All you have to do is check the box that says, “Make This Recurring (Monthly).” Remember: all donations are tax-deductible, and we are grateful for every single widow’s mite we receive.


Please make checks payable to
The Catholic Cafe, and send to:

The Catholic Cafe
c/o Robert Hutton, KM, President
Glankler Brown
6000 Poplar Avenue, Suite 400
Memphis, TN 38119

Now here’s the fine print: The Catholic Cafe, Inc. is a Tennessee not-for-profit religious corporation, with the Roman Catholic Bishop of the Diocese of Memphis in Tennessee as its sole member. Under its bylaws, a majority of the positions on the Board of Directors and the President of The Catholic Cafe must be members of the Order of Malta – Federal Association. The Catholic Cafe is listed in the Kennedy Directory under the Diocese of Memphis, and donations to The Catholic Cafe are considered tax-deductible under the Group ruling issued to the Catholic Church by the Internal Revenue Service.