When we were baptized, we were claimed for Christ. We were anointed Priest, Prophet and King.
We are called to reach out and minister to others spreading the Good News. We are called to be both leaders and servants.
This weekend, May 18/19, after the liturgies, we invite you to see where your time and talent is needed within our parish community. Come to the new Gathering Space and check out the different ministries and let your gift be of service to others.
During the liturgies this weekend (January 28/29) a letter regarding the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announcement last week.
“I write to you concerning an alarming and serious matter that negatively and directly impacts the Church in the United States, and strikes at the fundamental right to religious liberty for all citizens of any faith. The federal government, which claims to be “of, by, and for the people,” has just dealt a heavy blow to almost a quarter of those people—the Catholic population—and to the millions more who are served by the Catholic faithful.” -Bishop Aquila
We ask that you visit the ND Catholic Conference’s website at http://ndcatholic.org/conscience/ for detailed information regarding the issue and to view Bishop Aquila’s letter http://ndcatholic.org/resources/aquilaletterrehhs.pdf