We believe our lives are journeys in Faith; where sometimes the road is straight, but at times the road is twisting and bumpy. No matter where you are in your journey, we want to help you in your continued spiritual growth as a Catholic Christian, to this end, we offer you this website of our Parish.
We hope that you will find this webite helpful. It lists all of the ministries of our Parish. Whether you are seeking guidance, education, or fellowship, I am confident we have a ministry for you. If you are looking to get more involved in the Parish, I hope that the Lord's calling to you can be fulfilled by one of these ministries. Either way, we hope that at least you can see the ways that your Parish is living out Jesus' call to spread the Good News.
- Italian cardinal to lead Congregation for Catholic Education - View More
Pope Francis has named Cardinal Giuseppe Versaldi as the prefect of the Congregation for Catholic Education, one of the Roman Curia's nine congregations.
Cardinal Versaldi, who has been ...
- Thousands to enter Church in US at Easter - View More
Nearly one-third of American dioceses have reported the numbers of catechumens and candidates who are expected to enter the Church at Easter.
The highest figures were supplied by the ...
- Hundreds march against San Francisco archbishop's policy on teachers - View More
Hundreds of protestors, led by a teacher at the cathedral school, marched against Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone's policy of requiring Catholic high school teachers not to publicly oppose ...
- Prelate: religious communities are not a �Church within the Church' - View More
The vice president of the Council of the Bishops' Conferences of Europe (CCEE) said in an address to the Union of the European Conferences of Major Superiors that "it is not permissible to ...
- Leading Ukrainian prelate encourages young soldiers - View More
In a pastoral letter to the youth of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, Major Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk praised the generosity of young people and called upon them to turn to the ...
- Nigeria: laity exhorted to greater involvement in politics - View More
Lamenting "a certain spirit of blameworthy, culpable lethargy," a Nigerian prelate called upon Catholic laity to take a greater role in the nation's political life.
"The Church sees ...
- Pontifical council issues message to Jains - View More
The Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue has issued a message to Jains on the occasion of the birthday of Vardhamana Mahavira, an important figure in the history of the Indian ...
- Pope Francis: God's way is the way of humility - View More
Pope Francis emphasized humility during his homily at Palm Sunday Mass, celebrated in St. Peter's Square in Rome.
"This week, Holy Week, which leads us to Easter, we will take this path ...
- Bosnian cardinal: Europe fears Muslims, forgets its own Christian heritage - View More
"Europe is afraid of Muslims," Cardinal Vinko Puljic of Sarajevo charged in an interview with the Italian daily Il Giornale.
Europe, Cardinal Puljic said, has been sensitive to the ...
- India: Protestant pastor arrested in Kashmir, charged with fueling sectarian hostility - View More
Indian police have arrested a Christian leader in Kashmir, charging him with "fomenting sectarian clashes."
Rev. Paul Augustine, a representative of the Global Council of Indian ...
- Nigerian presidential elections proceed despite Boko Haram attacks - View More
Assaults by Boko Haram terrorists failed to stop voting in Nigeria's March 28 presidential elections, the Fides news service reports.
At least three polling stations were attacked, and ...
- Scottish archbishop urges faithful to maintain hope despite dramatic parish closings - View More
Archbishop Leo Cushley of Edinburgh has said that a radical downsizing of the Scottish archdiocese should "enable us to intensify our spiritual and evangelical activity."
The number of ...
- English bishop issues warning on A Call to Action - View More
Bishop Michael Campbell of Lancaster, England, has warned against a liberal group, A Call to Action, saying that "this particular pressure group has no approval or recognition from the ...
- Holy See diplomat laments plight of Syrian refugee children - View More
Syrian refugee children risk becoming a "lost generation," the Holy See's leading diplomat at UN offices in Geneva said during a recent meeting of the UN Human Rights Council.
- Papal letter for 500th anniversary of St. Teresa of Ávila's birth - View More
Pope Francis has written a letter to Father Xavier Cannistrà, superior general of the Order of Discalced Carmelites, on the 500th anniversary of the birth of St. Teresa of Ávila.
- Italian bishops' conference opposes civil-union bill - View More
The Italian Catholic bishops' conference has issued a statement opposing a measure that would provide legal recognition for civil unions.
The legislation, which won approval from a ...
- Slovenia: parliament denies plea for referendum on same-sex unions - View More
Lawmakers in Slovenia have rejected a citizens' petition for a nationwide referendum to test a new law granting legal recognition for same-sex unions.
After the Slovenian parliament ...
- Burundi: bishops argue against unconstitutional 3rd presidential term - View More
Burundi's Catholic bishops have stated their opposition to a plan by President Pierre Nukurunziza to run for a third 5-year term.
The bishops said that the African nation could "fall ...
- Pope pays tribute to late head of Assyrian Church of the East - View More
Pope Francis has sent a telegram of condolence to Mar Aprem Mooken, the temporary head of the Assyrian Church of the East, following the death of Mar Dinkha IV, who had led the church ...
- India: former nun settles claim against religious community - View More
In India, a former nun, who claims that she was hounded out of her religious community after reporting sexual abuse, has won a financial settlement from the religious congregation.
- Papal condolences for victims of flooding in Chile, Peru - View More
Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Vatican's Secretary of State, has sent a telegram of condolence in the Holy Father's name following severe flooding in the Atacama Desert.
"The Holy Father ...
- Bishops visit Texas detention center for migrant families - View More
Three Catholic bishops, joined by two Lutheran counterparts, visited a new detention center in Dilley, Texas, designed to house migrant women and children who have entered the United ...
- St. Peter's Basilica goes dark for �earth hour' - View More
St. Peter's Basilica went dark for one hour on March 28 in commemoration of "earth hour," a World Wildlife Fund initiative intended to raise awareness about climate change.
The Great ...
- Cardinal Koch joins critics of German bishops' push for change in Church teaching - View More
A third German-speaking cardinal has joined in questioning the notion that the Church must change its teaching on marriage, with Cardinal Kurt Koch saying that Church leaders should not be ...
- Pope Francis to meet with President Obama in White House - View More
Pope Francis will meet with President Barack Obama in the White House on September 23, according to a statement from the Holy See Press Office.
"The President and the First Lady will ...
- Iraqi prelate pleads for help at first-ever UN session on persecution of Christians - View More
Chaldean Catholic Patriarch Louis Raphael Sako called upon the UN to address the "catastrophic situation" facing Christians in Iraq, in a March 27 presentation to the Security ...
- Vatican Secretary of State will take part in April's Summit of the Americas - View More
Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Vatican Secretary of State, will attend the Summit of the Americas in April.
The meeting in Panama, the 7th in a series of summits, will be the first at ...
- Holy See diplomat reflects on religion and free expression - View More
Archbishop Silvano Tomasi, the Holy See's leading diplomat at UN offices in Geneva, deplored the actions of the Islamic State and spoke about the relation between religious freedom and ...
- New allegation against former Cardinal O'Brien - View More
An anonymous priest who alleged that former Cardinal Keith O'Brien made a sexual advance toward him told The Tablet that he believed that "at least 40 cases" of sexual misconduct took ...
- Indiana governor signs religious-freedom legislation - View More
Despite threats of loss of convention business, Gov. Mike Pence signed the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act into law.
"Today I signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, ...