“It is in pardoning that we are pardoned.” -St. Francis

Social Concerns

“Love one another as I have loved you.”‘

The obligation to “love our neighbor” has an individual dimension, but it also requires a broader social commitment. Everyone has a responsibility to contribute to the good of the whole society, to the common good.StFrancisI2

Under the heading of Social Concerns, the parish

  • Reaches out to those in need
  • Helps form our consciences so that we can be a leaven for justice
  • Encourages all parish organizations to have solidarity with the poor

Outreach to the needy

  • Our Daily Bread – serving the 1st Monday and 3rd Frday of every month
  • Clothing Distribution
  • Habitat for Humanity, MADCAAP Building and Repair
  • School Supply Drive
  • Christ in Christmas
  • St. Anne’s Carthage Assistance
  • Neighbor to Neighbor
  • Emergency/Disaster Responders
  • Agape – Providing Familes Needs

Please see the directory or call the church office for contact information