- To feed the hungry; To give drink to the thirsty; To clothe the naked;,To shelter the homeless; To care for the sick; To visit the prisoners
Spiritual Works of Mercy: To instruct the ignorant; To counsel the doubtful; To admonish sinners; To bear wrongs patiently; To forgive offences willingly;To comfort the afflicted; To pray for the living and the dead
Mission Trip coming in May28 – June3, 2019:
This year we are supporting and working at a home for the abandoned elderly! Click here for a video of the work that we’ve helped with! LEAST 2018!.mp4
We will have an initial meeting of all interested in attending on Feb 11th at 7pm in conferance room
It’ll change your life! Click here to watch the video from last year!
For pics from 2016 trip:2016
There are two counties where we have provided assistance: GUATEMALA: Our main focus in Guatemala is a senior housing project for the elderly in Guatemala. These seniors are often abandoned or neglected due to the severe poverty in the area and the seniors inability to provide any monetary support to the family. There is no government programs to help. We also “sister” with a parish, Santa Maria de Guadalupe in Xecoxol, Guatemala. This is a remote, rural, mountainous community in the central region of that country. Our primary focus is establishing a relationship of prayer and support between our two parishes, with a secondary goal of providing money to provide educational opportunities. We currently are helping 12-15 kids with educational assistance to improve their lives in an area where farming is the main source of income for their parents. Economic conditions are challenging for these parents living in a poverty area so extreme it is hard to imagine. We have taken several trips to get to know the Parish and to assess what needs we
Catholic Near East Welfare Association: Catholic Near East Welfare Association :They give voice to our Church on the near east, the refugee situation, what we are doing (and can do) to support them. This Ascension supported pontifical mission supports projects and programs of emergency assistance and relief; care and rehabilitation; education and human development, is an advocate for justice and peace and is committed to informing the public of the issues affecting the peoples of the region. From building churches in Syria to providing clean water systems to war-damaged villages in Lebanon – from providing health care to the poor in Iraq to caring for orphaned children in Jordan – from providing job opportunities to unemployed Palestinians to helping train priests in Iraq, the Pontifical Mission is the Holy See’s relief and development agency for the Middle East. This is funded through our Parish Tithe (We tithe as a Parish from the general Parish income. through the Faith in Action Ministry.)
We also finance the mailing of monstrances and rosaries made by our parishioners to needy places throughout the world, including India, and far east and near east parishes.