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MISSION: As disciples, we are called to be visible signs of Christ by living the Sacramental graces through His Church. We value our liturgy, prayer, fellowship and evangelization. Therefore, inspired by the Holy Spirit, we transform our communities by being joyful witnesses to God’s love and mercy through celebrating the Sacraments, living the Gospel, forming disciples and serving our neighbors.

GRACE: The free and undeserved gift that God gives us to respond to our vocation to become his adopted children. As sanctifying grace, God shares his divine life and friendship with us in a habitual gift, a stable and supernatural disposition that enables the soul to live with God, to act by his love. As actual grace, God gives us the help to conform our lives to his will. Sacramental grace and special graces (charisms, the grace of one’s state of life) are gifts of the Holy Spirit to help us live out our Christian vocation (CCC 1996, CCC 2000; cf. CCC 654).

Catholic Church. (2000). Catechism of the Catholic Church (2nd Ed., p. 881). Washington, DC: United States Catholic Conference.

MISSION: As disciples, we are called to be visible signs of Christ by living the Sacramental graces through His Church. We value our liturgy, prayer, fellowship and evangelization. Therefore, inspired by the Holy Spirit, we transform our communities by being joyful witnesses to God’s love and mercy through celebrating the Sacraments, living the Gospel, forming disciples and serving our neighbors.

DISCIPLE: Those who accepted Jesus’ message to follow him are called his disciples. Jesus associated his disciples with his own life, revealed the mystery of the Kingdom to the disciples and gave them a share in his mission, his joy, and his sufferings (CCC 767, CCC 787).

Catholic Church. (2000). Catechism of the Catholic Church (2nd Ed., p. 875). Washington, DC: United States Catholic Conference.

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