- Council of Catholic Women
- Meetings: Every Third Wednesday of the month at 7:00pm-9:30pm - Parish Hall
We are a National Organization of Catholic Women which supports, empowers, and educates all Catholic women in spirituality, leadership, and service.
We support local church events, carry the Catholic Bishops’ message to state legislators, and participate in local and international charitable activities.
- Couples for Christ
Mission Building the Church of the Home and Building the Church of the Poor.
We are Couples for Christ. We are committed to live in God’s righteousness and holiness, evangelizing people through a life of love and service; we shall work for the renewal of families that will serve God and build generations of Christian leaders; and we shall pursue Total Christian Liberation through social justice, respect for life, and work with the poor.
Why such a global ministry?
It is God’s plan that the family is the basic unit of society, such that the families determine the condition of society. However, there are many forces in the world today that would, wittingly or unwittingly, destroy the very foundations of the family. CFC wants to rise in defense of the family which is God’s work. CFC wants to bring God’s strength and light to those who are struggling to be truly Christian families in the modern world.
Who can participate? Couples for Christ, CFC Kids for Christ, CFC Youth for Christ, CFC Singles for Christ, CFC Servant of the Lord, CFC Handmaid's of the Lord.
- Knights of Columbus
- First Thursdays of the month, 7:45pm-10:00pm Bishop Fernando Isern Hall
- Last Thursdays of the month, 8:00pm-10:15pm Expansion Room
From the moment of our founding in 1882, charity has been the first principle of the Knights of Columbus. We are men of faith and men of action. Our charitable activities encompass an almost infinite variety of local, national, and international projects.
From international charitable partnerships with Special Olympics, the Global Wheelchair Mission and Habitat for Humanity to our own Food for Families and Coats for Kids projects and other purely local charities, the opportunity to work together with fellow Knights and their families is virtually endless.
If you would like to be a part of an international organization of more than 1.8 million Catholic men whose principal work involves helping others in need, we would like to meet you and invite you to join us.
- Camino Neocatecumenal
The Neocatecumenal way focus in a catechesis founded on The Word of God—Liturgy—Community, helping others to grow in charity for others, grow in knowledge of Faith and to establish a relationship with Jesus Christ. Lived in small Communities called to live in humility, simplicity y worship like the Family of Nazareth, with people of any age, social condition, mentality or different cultures, that along with the structure of the parish and in communion with the bishop, revive in its fullness the Baptismal promises.
The servant of God Saint John Paul II said that the Neocatecumenal way takes to the live of lay people, to families, and parish communities, the richness of vocations to the priesthood, religious life, revealing as “an itinerary of catholic formation valid for the society and the actual times”.
- New Evangelization Community
- Thursdays, 8:15pm-10:15pm - Weekly - Room 119
We focus on the urgency of a new spiritual revival, fighting against the religious indifference that the world lives in, with a personal encounter with Jesus Christ. We work to be obedient disciples to learn from Him to be instruments of the Holy Spirit, so that Jesus is found, followed, loved, proclaimed and share with all.
Our goal is that all can discover God from personal encounter with Jesus, held once a year, so all can change their lives, by taking formation and growing spiritually in sharing Prayer and the Word in the weekly meetings; loving one another with the same love that Christ gave us, one spirit, one mind, one heart, Jesus Christ, salvation and eternal life.
- Spirituality Children of the Mother of God
- Mondays, 7:45pm-10:15pm - Parish Hall
The way of life is what gives identity, the identity of Christ, who Is who He is because He is God. If the Christian is a Christian is because he or she is like Christ, if not cannot be called a Christian. He or she might be a false Christian or a pseudo-Christian, but not a Christian because neither is nor acts like Christ.
“By this all shall recognize you are my disciples: if you have love for one another” (John 13:35)
Join us in living in the style of Jesus Christ.