Who We Are


The Socially Responsible Investment Coalition (SRIC) began as a dream of Sr. Francis Lorene Lange CDP in 1974. She believed that a Coalition for Responsible Investment (CRI) could be started in this region. Sr. Francis Lorene worked with Fr. Mike Crosby OFM Cap to found a Texas group to work with Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR). The seed was planted but did not sprout until 1982.  

Texas CRI was founded in 1982 with the following members: Congregation of Divine Providence; Missionary Catechists of Divine Providence; School Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word—San Antonio; Oblates of Mary Immaculate; Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus; Benedictine Sisters—Boerne; Society of St Teresa of Jesus; Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Work—Houston Spiritans; The Congregation of the Holy Spirit—Providence of the United States.

Since that time, SRIC has grown to 20 organizational members and a number of individual members and participated in numerous efforts to bring about responsible corporate behavior through the power of shareholder resolutions as well as corporate dialogues.

SRIC has been a member of Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) since 1982. ICCR is a coalition of faith and values-driven organizations who view the management of their investments as a powerful catalyst for social change. Founded in 1972, its membership comprises nearly 300 organizations including faith-based institutions, socially responsible asset management companies, unions, pension funds and colleges and universities that collectively represent over $200 billion in invested capital. SRIC participates in ICCR dialogues. The participation and leadership of other ICCR members in corporate dialogues is instrumental to SRIC’s shareholder advocacy.

Recent Updates

We regret to inform you that we have decided to cancel the 2020 SRIC Annual Educational Event which was scheduled for April 29. After much consideration and consultation, we have also come to the conclusion that postponing the event is not a viable option for us. Making this decision was difficult, but we will follow the precautions now being proposed by federal, state, and local authorities; as well as directives from the San Antonio Archdiocese during this COVID-19 outbreak. Protecting the health and well-being of our members, colleagues and greater community is our top priority. Please know that you are in our prayers for health and well-being. 

Here’s our Virtual Annual SRIC Educational Event 2020  reflecting our topic on Care of Our Common Home is In Our Hands: Looking at challenges and opportunities in Preservation of Natural Landscapes, Food Supply Chain Security and Water Stewardship

Annual Reports

Here’s a copy of our latest annual reports:



Mission Statement

Visioning through the focus of faith, the Socially Responsible Investment Coalition (SRIC) is a religiously sponsored organization which facilitates members working to balance their economic policies and practices with their faith and social concerns.

As faith-based investors and shareholders in corporations, SRIC members are called to build a more sustainable world by seeking justice and peace through actions which help transform corporate policies and actions.

Creating a more just and sustainable world through corporate responsibility.


  • To educate members about social issues relating to corporate accountability and responsibility;
  • To effect changes in corporate policy through a variety of strategies, including dialogue and filing shareholder resolutions;
  • To use networks provided by membership in Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) for research information, analysis, and action strategies;
  • To direct inquiries toward resources for monitoring portfolios for selected issues of concern.



Benedictine Sisters
Boerne, Texas

Brigidine Sisters
San Antonio, Texas

Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth
Fort Worth, Texas

Irving, Texas

Congregation of Divine Providence
San Antonio, Texas

Dominican Sisters
Houston, Texas

Marianist Province of the U.S.
St. Louis, Missouri

Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate
U.S. Province

Providence Trust
San Antonio, Texas

Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word
San Antonio, Texas

Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word
Houston, Texas

Sisters of the Holy Spirit and Mary Immaculate
San Antonio, Texas

Sisters of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament
Corpus Christi, Texas


Dana Investment Advisors
Waukesha, Wisconsin

Luther King Capital Management
Fort Worth, Texas

Mercy Investment Services, Inc.
St. Louis, Missouri

Missionary Catechists of Divine Providence
San Antonio, Texas

Quantitative Group at Graystone Consulting (a business of Morgan Stanley)
San Antonio, Texas

St. Ann’s Endowment Fund
Midland, Texas

Austin, Texas

United Methodist Foundation
Nashville, Tennessee


Sr. Sharon Altendorf, PBVM

Dr. Edward Benson

Byrd L. Bonner

Yvonne Dilling

Wanda Donovan

Sr. JT Dwyer, DC

Linda & Larry Hufford 

Rev. Gerald E. Kelly, MM

Michael A Kelly

Judith Lackritz

Esther Ng 

Darby Riley

Sr. Ernestine Trujillo, CSSJ 

Karen Walker

Shirley Wallace

Michael Weilbacher

Ted & Rita Wisniewsk 


Sr. Patricia Reagan        President       Congregation of Divine Providence

Esther Ng                          Treasurer      Individual Member

Sr. Susan Mika                 Secretary           Benedictine Sisters


How to Reach Us?

Call us at 210.344.6778
Our office is located at 285 Oblate Drive, San Antonio TX 78216

How to Join Us?

Support our work by becoming an Associate or Individual Member. Contact our office for more details.