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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.

 

  • In historic statement, Pope and Russian Patriarch speak for persecuted Christians, defense of family  -  View More
    “We are not competitors but brothers,” Pope Francis and Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill declared in a joint statement that punctuated their historic meeting on February ...

  • GOP candidate Trump raps Pope's 'very political' visit to Mexican border  -  View More
    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump criticized Pope Francis for his plan to visit the US-Mexico border, during a television interview on February 11. Questioned about the ...

  • Spokesman for Colombia's bishops laments pro-abortion response to Zika  -  View More
    An official of the Episcopal Conference of Colombia decried support for abortion in response to the spread of the Zika virus, which has been linked to birth defects. “The delicate ...

  • Drug trafficking a �scourge' in North America, says Vatican Secretary of State  -  View More
    In an interview devoted to Pope Francis’s apostolic journey to Mexico, the Vatican’s Secretary of State, described drug abuse and trafficking as “one of the scourges of ...

  • 500,000 venerated relics of Padre Pio, St. Leopold  -  View More
    Archbishop Rino Fisichella, president of the Pontifical Council for the New Evangelization, celebrated Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica on February 11 as the veneration in Rome of the ...

  • Furor mounts at Maryland Catholic college; president reportedly disparaged role of faith  -  View More
    A tense dispute at Mount St. Mary's University in Maryland has escalated still further, with reports that the school's embattled president, Simon Newman, has made disparaging ...

  • Malawi's bishops decry food, medicine shortages  -  View More
    The Episcopal Conference of Malawi lamented food and medicine shortages and skyrocketing food prices as the nation grapples with a severe drought. As medicines are stolen from ...

  • US bishops' conference inaugurates Catholic-Muslim dialogue  -  View More
    The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) has announced the formation of the National Catholic-Muslim Dialogue, whose Catholic co-chairman will be Archbishop Blase Cupich of ...

  • Syrian bishop pleased that Pope-Patriarch meeting will focus on suffering Christians  -  View More
    A Syrian bishop has said that the suffering Christians of his country can take some comfort from the knowledge that their plight helped to bring together Pope Francis and Russian Orthodox ...

  • New Mexico officials seize records from Catholic schools, archdiocese  -  View More
    Law-enforcement officials in New Mexico have seized student records and personnel files from the Archdiocese of Santa Fe and its Catholic school system, in an investigation into sex-abuse ...

  • Mexican prison riot will not change plans for Pope's visit  -  View More
    A deadly riot at a Mexican prison will not alter plans for Pope Francis to visit a different prison during his stay in Mexico, Vatican officials have said. More than 50 inmates were ...

  • Vatican envoy urges UN to tackle inequality  -  View More
    The Vatican's representative at UN headquarters in New York has called upon international leaders to address social and economic inequalities that block the road to ...

  • Jewish, Muslim leaders in Russia welcome Pope-patriarch meeting  -  View More
    Muslim and Jewish leaders in Russia welcomed the historic meeting between Pope Francis and Patriarch Kirill of Moscow. “The Orthodox world is led by our patriarch, the Catholic ...

  • Church unity more important than ever, says Italian cardinal  -  View More
    The unity of the Church has assumed a greater importance than ever before, an Italian prelate wrote in a front-page column in the Vatican newspaper. In a “culturally divided and ...

  • English bishop urges faithful to rediscover Confession during Jubilee Year  -  View More
    An English bishop challenges his people to take advantage of the sacrament of Confession, particularly during Lent of the Jubilee Year. In a pastoral letter that is to be read in all ...

  • Pope Francis at Ash Wednesday Mass: be reconciled to God  -  View More
    Celebrating Mass at St. Peter’s Basilica on Ash Wednesday, Pope Francis called upon the faithful to heed two exhortations in the Scripture readings for the day: “be reconciled ...

  • Cardinal Nichols celebrates Vespers at Henry VIII's palace  -  View More
    At the invitation of London’s Anglican bishop, Cardinal Vincent Nichols led a Vespers service on February 9 at Hampton Court Palace, a British royal residence from the reign of Henry ...

  • Pope hears priests' confessions, visits St. Mary Major  -  View More
    Pope Francis attended a February 11 meeting of priests in the basilica of St. John Lateran, and heard the confessions of several priests. The priests of the Rome diocese had gathered in ...

  • Cardinal Sandri urges support for Good Friday collection to help suffering Christians in Holy Land  -  View More
    Good Friday "is a day that never seems to end in the Holy Land, where apparently interminable violence must be endured," Cardinal Leonardo Sandri writes is a message to all the ...

  • Northern Ireland defeats bid to allow abortion in cases of severe fetal deformity  -  View More
    Lawmakes in Northern Ireland have defeated a proposal that would have allowed for legal abortion in cases in which the unborn child was diagnosed with a fatal physical defect. After a ...

  • UN officials, promoting abortion as response to Zika, likened to King Herod by Peruvian cardinal  -  View More
    Cardinal Juan Luis Cipriani of Lima, Peru, has likened UN officials to King Herod because of their aggressive promotion of abortion as a response to the spread of the Zika ...

  • Benin bishops' website: nation's prime minister should resign  -  View More
    As Benin prepares for a February 28 presidential election, the nation’s bishops sponsored a conference that denounced corruption and called upon Prime Minister Lionel Zinsou to ...

  • Papal appeal for prayers for sick and for meeting with Russian patriarch  -  View More
    Following his reflection on the Old Testament jubilee year during his Ash Wednesday general audience, Pope Francis called upon the faithful to pray for his upcoming meeting in Havana with ...

  • Judge rules abuse victims can seek punitive damages from Chicago archdiocese in McCormack cases  -  View More
    An Illinois judge has ruled that sex-abuse victims can seek punitive damages from the Archdiocese of Chicago for harm they suffered at the hands of the former priest Daniel ...

  • Church of England warns against unlimited Sunday shopping hours  -  View More
    In a move that has prompted opposition from the Church of England and unions, the British government will allow municipalities to lift limits on Sunday shopping hours. Since 1994, ...

  • Philippine cardinal: donate savings from Lenten fasting to feed the hungry  -  View More
    In a brief Ash Wednesday pastoral letter, Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle of Manila called upon the faithful to fast and then donate the money saved to a charity that feeds the ...

  • Malaysian prelate warns families against secularization, divorce  -  View More
    In a pastoral message for the lunar new year, a Malaysian archbishop called upon families to resist temptations to secularization and to heed the example of the Holy Family rather than ...

  • Australian archbishop blocks speaking appearance by sponsor of same-sex marriage measure  -  View More
    Archbishop Denis Hart of Melbourne, Australia, has blocked a speaking appearance at a Catholic conference by a lawmaker who had sponsored legislation to legalize same-sex ...

  • Background: World Day of the Sick  -  View More
    February 11 is the 24th World Day of the Sick, a commemoration instituted by St. John Paul II that takes place each year on the memorial of Our Lady of Lourdes. The title of Pope ...

  • Italian police charge Argentinian-born priest in �30-million fraud scheme  -  View More
    Italian police have arrested an Argentinian-born priest who is suspected of defrauding donors of €30 million ($34 million) in a complex money-laundering scheme. Msgr. Patrizio ...



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