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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.

 

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    An Italian newspaper has printed leaked documents detailing the spending of the new Secretariat for the Economy, in an obvious effort to discredit the work of the powerful new Vatican ...

  • Norway's leading prelate investigated for fraud  -  View More
    Bishop Bernt Eidsvig of Oslo is under investigation for complicity in fraud after he admitted that his diocese used telephone directories to estimate the number of Catholics and thus ...

  • Vatican spokesman denies books mailed to Synod participants were intercepted  -  View More
    A Vatican spokesman has denied reports that the Office of the Synod intercepted books that had been mailed to bishops participating in the October meeting of the Synod of Bishops. "I ...

  • Austria revises law on Islam  -  View More
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  • Pope, Curia conclude Lenten retreat  -  View More
    Pope Francis and the members of the Roman Curia have concluded their annual Lenten retreat. In his brief remarks at the retreat's conclusion, the Pontiff thanked the retreat master, ...

  • Report: 77% of world lives under severe restrictions on religious freedom  -  View More
    77% of the world's population lives under "high or very high" restrictions on religion--up from 68% in 2007, according to the Pew Research Center. The report also found that "Christians ...

  • Captors threaten to kill kidnapped Jesuit if he returns to Afghanistan  -  View More
    A Jesuit priest who was released this week after 8 months of captivity in Afghanistan has disclosed that his kidnappers told him he would be killed if he was seen in Afghanistan ...

  • Catholic, other organizations object to new federal regulation on unaccompanied minors  -  View More
    The general counsel of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, joined by attorneys for Catholic Relief Services, the National Association of Evangelicals, World Relief, and World ...

  • Resist the aggressor, Ukrainian Catholic leader says in Lenten letter  -  View More
    Lent is a season of social as well as individual repentance, Major Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk said in his Lenten pastoral letter to the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church. In addition ...

  • Priest murdered in Congo  -  View More
    A priest has been killed in North Kivu, a conflict-torn province in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The murder of Father Jean-Paul Kakule Kyalembera "appears ...

  • Former Vatican prosecutor named Malta's leading prelate  -  View More
    Pope Francis has named Bishop Charles Scicluna as the new archbishop of Malta. Named an auxiliary bishop in 2012, Archbishop Scicluna once served as the Congregation for the Doctrine of ...

  • Irish columnist: priests should speak out on same-sex marriage  -  View More
    In a column for the Irish Catholic, David Quinn explains why the country's priests should not avoid "getting involved in politics" in light of a coming vote on acceptance of same-sex ...

  • Islamic State begins killing hostages; 5,000 Christians flee in Syria  -  View More
    The Islamic State has begun killing some of the 150 or more Christians taken hostage after the capture of several villages in northeast Syria, Aid to the Church in Need reports. ...

  • Ukrainian Catholic leader: Ukrainians �hurt' by Pope's description of war  -  View More
    Emphasizing that Ukraine is not experiencing "a local conflict, but an external assault," the head of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church said at a press conference that he has told Pope ...

  • Syrian Christians feel abandoned, papal nuncio reports  -  View More
    Syrian Christians feel abandoned by the world, the apostolic nuncio in Damascus has told Vatican Radio. Archbishop Mario Zenari said that fearful Syrian Christians have seen no ...

  • House of Lords approves 3-parent babies  -  View More
    Following a vote by the House of Lords, the United Kingdom has become the first nation to permit an in-vitro fertilization technique that allows for the production of human embryos with ...

  • US bishops' spokesman welcomes FCC vote on 'internet neutrality'  -  View More
    The chairman of the US bishops' communications committee has welcome a highly controversial vote by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to expand the federal government's control ...

  • Leading Russian Orthodox official sees Russia as �only center of non-enslaved civilization'  -  View More
    Describing much of Europe as "Babylon," the chairman of the Moscow Patriarchate's Synodal Department for the Cooperation of Church and Society said that "Russia is the only center of ...

  • Judge sides with Catholic agency, rules �polyamory' is not a protected orientation  -  View More
    Siding with a Catholic agency, an Australian judge has ruled that "polyamory," or having multiple partners, is a behavior rather than a protected orientation under Australian ...

  • Vatican foundation announces �economy and society' book prize winners  -  View More
    At a Vatican press conference, officials of the Centesimus Annus - Pro Pontifice Foundation announced the winners of the biennial "economy and society" book award. Named after St. John ...

  • Cardinal Pell on marriage, divorce, and Henry VIII  -  View More
    Cardinal George Pell makes a short, powerful argument against changing the Church's discipline regarding the divorce and remarriage, in a commentary posted on The Catholic Thing. After ...

  • USCCB: support Health Care Conscience Rights Act  -  View More
    The bishops who chair the chair the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' Committee on Pro-Life Activities and Ad Hoc Committee for Religious Liberty have called upon members of ...

  • Jerusalem: Orthodox seminary torched, Jewish extremists suspected  -  View More
    An Orthodox theological seminary in Jerusalem was torched on February 26, in the latest of a series of attacks on Christian and Muslim institutions. Along with setting fire to a ...

  • Profile of homeless man buried in Vatican cemetery  -  View More
    Vatican Radio has profiled the late Willy Herteller, the homeless man whose remains have been buried in a Vatican cemetery. Herteller, who often begged outside St. Peter's basilica, was ...

  • Synod office reportedly blocked delivery of book challenging Kasper proposal  -  View More
    The Vatican's Office of the Synod intercepted mail to prevent delivery of a book to bishops participating in last October's session of the Synod, journalist Edward Pentin ...

  • Vatican issues statement on Pope's �Mexicanization' comment  -  View More
    Father Federico Lombardi, the director of the Holy See Press Office, has confirmed that Pope Francis used the phrase "to avoid Mexicanization" in a recent private note. The use of the ...

  • Report: Islamic State burns down 4 Syrian churches  -  View More
    While kidnapping residents from Christian villages in northeastern Syria, militants from the Islamic State burned down at least four Christian churches, according to the Assyrian ...

  • Preacher at Vatican Lenten Retreat: face the truths about ourselves  -  View More
    Reflecting on the example of the prophet Elijah, the preacher at the Vatican Lenten Retreat called upon Pope Francis and the leaders of the Roman Curia to let "the deepest truth about ...

  • San Francisco archbishop not backing down on policies for Catholic-school teachers  -  View More
    After the San Francisco Chronicle issued a report claiming that Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone plans to rescind a plan to treat parochial-school teachers as "ministers," the San Francisco ...

  • Ghana archbishop makes 'daring' suggestion that 'power of the keys' could allow remarriage  -  View More
    An archbishop from Ghana suggested that the Church might explore using "the power of the keys" to release spouses from their marital vows, in an interview with Aleteia. "It is daring ...



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