Catholic United Financial
Every step, every journey, we're there for life.

Since 1898, Catholic United Financial has been providing our members secure life insurance and financial products while maintaining and supporting fraternal good works in the Catholic community. Catholic United Financial is a fraternal benefit organization serving more than 74,000 members in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Iowa. Our financial products provide our members with the life insurance and retirement savings options they need while allowing them the opportunity to impact their Catholic parishes, schools and community. Become a member and become something more Catholic United Financial is dedicated to working with you to improve the financial strength of your family, your church and your community. We work daily to: Help Catholics and their families build a more stable and secure financial foundation Encourage and coordinate volunteers through our council network Raise and distribute millions in grants and scholarships Provide funds and fund raising support for Catholic parishes and schools Connect to the next generation by encouraging young Catholics to explore and develop their faith Contact us to have your questions answered.
 
Our Mission: Catholic United Financial exists as a not-for-profit fraternal benefit society to: Promote fraternalism and charity among our members through a Local Council system and a representative form of government. Provide our members with life insurance, annuities and other products, services and benefits that will contribute to the financial well-being of our members and their families Support the Roman Catholic Church in extending the faith, especially by commending and encouraging Catholic schools and religious education. Strive to be a good employer and contributing member of our community
 
Our Vision: Bound by our Catholic faith, we will: Be the provider of choice in contributing to the financial well-being of our members. Be a visible leader in support of our Catholic communities.