+ 001 0231 123 32



All demo content is for sample purposes only, intended to represent a live site. Please use the RocketLauncher to install an equivalent of the demo, all images will be replaced with sample images.


Friday, April 19, 2019: A pontifical collection benefiting christians in the holy land

Pope Francis has asked our parish to support the Pontifical Good Friday Collection, which helps Christians in the Holy Land. Your support helps the church minister in parishes, provide Catholic schools and offer religious education. The Pontifical Good Friday Collection also helps to preserve the sacred shrines. The wars, unrest and instability have been especially hard on Christians. In these times of crisis, the Pontifical Good Friday Collection provides humanitarian aid to refugees. When you contribute to the Pontifical Good Friday Collection, you become an instrument of peace and join with Catholics around the world in solidarity with the Church in the Holy Land.


For more information about the collection, go to: Help Christians in the Holy Land.


Saturday/Sunday april 20/21: easter collection to benefit clergy health/pension programs (75%) & diocesan emergency needs (25%)

The Black and Indian Mission Collection (MIMC) exists to help communities build the Church and preach the Gospel of Jesus among A special collection will be held on Easter to provide for the health and retirement needs of our priests, who have dedicated their lives to serving Christ and his Church, and to help the diocese respond to emergency needs.  Seventy percent of the money collected and donated online will go towards health and pension benefits for diocesan priests, with the remaining 30% set aside to address emergency needs.  

Thank you for your generosity

For more information about the collection, go to: Easter Special Collection 2019.

Saturday/Sunday april 27/28: Catholic home missions appeal

The collection for the Catholic Home Missions Appeal supports missions in the United States. Right now, over 40% of dioceses in the United States are considered mission territory because they are unable to fund essential pastoral work in their communities. Your support of this appeal eases the struggle of these dioceses. Please prayerfully consider how you can support this appeal.

Find more information at USCCB Home Missions.