Three Catholic charitable organizations that support programs in the United States and around the world rank among the top 100 groups in terms of fundraising on “Philanthropy 400,” a list maintained by The Chronicle of Philanthropy. Catholic Charities USA fell one spot on the list from last year to number five, raising about $2 billion in 2015. That is down about 4 percent compared with the year before. The U.S. Catholic Church’s main international charity, Catholic Relief Services, came in at number 61. It raised almost $391 million, a jump of 8 percent compared with the year before. New York-based Catholic Medical Mission Board, which works to improve health care in developing nations, was ranked 93. It raised about $276 million in 2015. The University of Notre Dame came in at number 63, raising close to $380 million last year, up nearly 19 percent from the previous year.