The DPVM is broken down into four offices. See below for a description of each and what services each takes on from prior departments.
Office for Evangelization and Missionary Discipleship
The Office for Evangelization and Missionary Discipleship serves parishes in their mission to bring people to and lead people in deepening encounters with Christ.
This office includes the former Office for the New Evangelization and the Office of Biblical Formation.
Office of Lifelong Formation
The mission of the Office of Lifelong Formation is to support, accompany and equip our parish and Catholic school lay leadership and their ministries to empower all members of the Church with a lifelong process that inspires and deepens faith and relationships with Christ.
This office includes services associated with Marriage and Family Ministries, Catechesis, and Youth and Young Adult Ministry.
Office for Divine Worship
The Office for Divine Worship assists Cardinal Cupich in implementing the vision of the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy and all subsequent norms issued for Catholic worship, and helps parishes to encounter Christ through the liturgy and receive nourishment through prayer, worship, and the feasts and seasons of the liturgical year.
This office works in collaboration with the Liturgy Training Publications.
Office of Human Dignity and Solidarity
The mission of the Office of Human Dignity and Solidarity is to form and accompany the people of the Archdiocese of Chicago to respond to the Gospel call, to recognize the dignity of all life, and to be in solidarity with our sisters and brothers on the margins.
This office includes the Respect Life Office, the Office for Immigrant Affairs and Immigration Education, the Office for Peace and Justice, Domestic Violence Ministry, Kolbe House Jail Ministry and Amate House.
The Mission Office, also known as the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, looks to educate and inspire people to take seriously their baptismal responsibility to be on mission in whatever context they live and work. The office is at the service of the worldwide Church while remaining firmly rooted in the Archdiocese of Chicago. It also serves as the local representative for the Pontifical Mission Societies.