One of the Learned Society's main goals is supporting broad academic activity such as scientific project funded by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education and National Science Centre.
The Learned Society of CUL was given its first grants on the 8th of July 1991 and the first projects were titled: "The Lexicon of Polish Culture on Immigration" led by Prof. Dr. Hab. Krzysztof Dybciak and "Dictionary of Classical Philosophy edited by Rev. Prof. Dr. Hab. Józef Herbut.
To this day, the Learned Society has realized more than 130 scientific projects, managed mostly by John Paul II's Catholic University of Lublin employees. Amongst others, were scholars associated with other Polish universities such as Silesian University (Dr. Hab. Hanna Wojtczak), University of Gdańsk (Prof. Bożena Matuszczyk), Pontifical University of John Paul II in Kraków (Prof. Jan Szczepaniak), Pedagogical University of Kraków (Dr. Hab. Antoni Szwed).
Some of the projects led by the Learned Society of CUL happened to pay significant role in scientific development of Poland. "Lexicon of Polish Culture on Immigration" edited by Prof. Krzysztof Dybciak gathered such widely acclaimed authors as Prof. Stanisław Barańczak, Prof. Jan Błoński, Jerzy Giedroyć, Jan Nowak-Jeziorański, Prof. Krzysztof Pomian, Gustaw Herling-Grudziński. Two other projects coordinated by the Learned Society have become a basis for the first critical edition of Cyprian Kamil Norwid's "Complete Works" edited by Prof. Stefan Sawicki. The Learned Society has already published 4 of 17 volumes of the "Complete Works" series. The most significant and far-reaching project is the completion of the Catholic Encyclopedia, consisting of 20 volumes.
Amount of grants and scholarships given to the Learned Society of CUL proves that its work is applauded by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education.