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.
- China seeks agreement with Vatican on appointment of new bishops - View More
The Chinese government has proposed a cooperative arrangement with the Vatican regarding the appointment of Catholic bishops.
The Beijing regime has clashed repeatedly with Rome over ...
- USCCB welcomes Obama's decision to defer immigrant deportations - View More
The chairman of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' Committee on Migration has welcomed President Barack Obama's decision to defer the threat of deportation of an estimated ...
- See migration as a sign of hope, Pope Francis suggests - View More
Migration should be recognized as a sign of hope, even when it takes place in circumstances that are "at times painful and even tragic," Pope Francis said on November 21 in an address to ...
- Pope Francis pays tribute to Paul VI's teaching on Mary - View More
In a message to the Pontifical Marian International Academy, Pope Francis paid tribute to Blessed Paul VI's Marian teaching and said that he, like his predecessor, has entrusted the Church ...
- People, not money, central to economic development, says Pope - View More
In a video message to a festival devoted to Catholic social teaching, Pope Francis said that people, and not money, are central to economic development.
"Money alone does not create ...
- Spanish archbishop summoned to Vatican to discuss handling of sex-abuse charges - View More
Archbishop Francisco Martínez Fernández of Granada, Spain, has reportedly been summoned to Rome to discuss his handling of reports about a ring of pedophile priests.
Earlier this year ...
- Minnesota archdiocese weighs bankruptcy option - View More
The Archdiocese of St. Paul-Minneapolis, Minnesota, is considering the possibility of filing for bankruptcy protection, in the wake of a costly financial settlement with sex-abuse ...
- Russian patriarch: Europe's secularism has reached �apocalyptic' proportions - View More
Citing abortion, euthanasia, and homosexual unions, the head of the Russian Orthodox Church said that Europe's secularism has reached �apocalyptic' proportions.
Patriarch Kirill made ...
- Colombia: prelate laments breakdown in talks - View More
Archbishop Luis Augusto Castro Quiroga, the head of the Colombian Episcopal Conference, has called upon the nation's president to restart peace talks with Colombian rebels.
- Cardinal Napier added by Pope to organizing committee for October 2015 Synod meeting - View More
Cardinal Wilfrid Napier of Durban, South Africa, has been added to the list of prelates who will supervise the organization of the Synod of Bishops in October 2015.
Pope Francis added ...
- Pope decries 'price lists' for parish services - View More
"Churches must never become businesses," Pope Francis said in a homily at morning Mass on November 21.
Commenting on the Gospel passage in which Jesus clears the Temple of ...
- Detroit archdiocese bars speaker from New Ways Ministry - View More
Archbishop Allen Vigneron of Detroit has blocked an appearance by a representative of New Ways Ministry at a parish in his archdiocese.
Francis DeBernardo, the executive director of New ...
- Ukraine's bishops renew plea for peace - View More
Ukraine's Roman-rite and Byzantine-rite bishops gathered for a joint retreat and renewed their pleas for peace.
"The call for peace is based on truth and justice; it comes from the ...
- No special security planned for Pope's trip to Turkey - View More
Vatican officials insist that they have no special concerns about security as Pope Francis prepares to travel to Turkey next week.
"There is no specific reason for concern," Father ...
- Vatican message for World Fisheries Day - View More
The Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People has released a message for World Fisheries Day, which is commemorated on November 21.
The pontifical ...
- Iraqi prelate raps Muslim silence on atrocities of Islamic State - View More
Iraq's leading Catholic prelate has decried the silence of the world's Islamic leaders in the face of the "barbaric" violence of the Islamic State.
Chaldean Catholic Patriarch Louis ...
- Pontiff addresses conference on hunger - View More
Pope Francis traveled to the offices of the UN's Food and Agricultural Organization in Rome to address a major international conference on hunger.
"Nowadays there is much talk of ...
- Synod council urges further discussion, preparation before October 2015 meeting - View More
Vatican officials underlined the importance of preparing for the 2nd meeting of the Synod of Bishops, which will resume discussion of the family in the context of evangelization.
- Cardinal Rylko welcomes new lay movements, sees varies charisms - View More
Representatives of more than 300 lay movements have gathered at the Vatican this week for a conference on ecclesial movements and new communities, organized by the Pontifical Council for ...
- Ecumenism remains a top priority, Pope tells pontifical council - View More
The quest for Christian unity must be an ever-present concern for the Church, Pope Francis said in a message to the members of the Pontifical Council for Christian unity, which is meeting ...
- Papal plea for peace in Jerusalem - View More
Following an attack on worshippers in a Jerusalem synagogue, Pope Francis decried violence in the Holy Land and issued a plea for peace.
"I am following with concern the alarming ...
- UN report decries parental consent laws, notes economic potential of record population - View More
The United Nations Population Fund has issued its annual State of World Population report.
The report decried barriers to adolescent "reproductive health" care, including laws that ...
- In tense Jerusalem, Christians hold public prayers for peace - View More
Christians visited the Stations of the Cross in the Old City of Jerusalem on November 20, in a prayer service for peace in the troubled city.
The public prayer service--which was ...
- Report: Islamic State has weapons to fight for up to 2 years - View More
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant has sufficient resources "to continuing fighting at current levels for six months to two years," according to a new report from the UN Security ...
- USCCB calls for passage of Abortion Non-Discrimination Act - View More
Following the State of California's decision to require insurers to cover abortions, the chairmen of two committees of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops called upon Congress ...
- Nebraska diocese will move to <i>ad orientem</I> liturgy during Advent - View More
Bishop James Conley of Lincoln, Nebraska, has announced that Mass will be celebrated ad orientem in the diocsean cathedral during Advent, to remind the faithful of the symbolism of facing ...
- Mehmet Ali Agca, who shot John Paul II, seeks meeting with Pope Francis - View More
The would-be assassin of St. John Paul II has requested a meeting with Pope Francis.
Mehmet Ali Agca, who shot and gravely wounded Pope John Paul II in May 1981, said that he would like ...
- Caritas: defend child migrants - View More
A quarter century after the adoption of an international treaty on children's rights, Caritas has called for greater protection of the rights of child migrants.
Martina Liebsch, head of ...
- Kenyan government, Church to jointly test vaccine thought to sterilize young women - View More
The Kenyan government has agreed to involve Catholic health-care officials in new tests of a tetanus vaccine that the Kenyan bishops have charged is being used to sterilize women without ...
- All are called to holiness, Pope Francis emphasizes - View More
Describing holiness as "the most beautiful face of the Church," Pope Francis devoted his November 19 general audience to the universal call to holiness.
"First, we must bear in mind ...