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The Chiaroscuro Foundation


: Religion


The Foundation seeks to renew in the culture a deep awareness of the composite unity of our shared human nature. Members of the Catholic Foundation believe the truth of our dynamic body-soul existence is threatened by neo-gnostic impulses at play in our society especially in contemporary understandings of the gift of human life, the nature of familial relationships, how we die and remember the dead, and our life in eternity. The Foundation members believe that practice informs belief, and that the loss of transcendent practices has led to ancient errors regarding human dignity, meaning, and purpose. By changing practice, the Foundation hopes to change belief. The Foundation is led, managed and advised by a small community of successful scholars, businessmen, and entrepreneurs deeply committed to furthering the common good. Grants are awarded in two areas: reproductive health and death and dying. Additional information including a portal to submit a letter of inquiry can be found on the Web site.

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