Parish Articles

Day: May 5, 2022

Afghan Refugee Resettlement Project Update

by Shari Shea, Immigration Committee Co-Chair The St. Ignatius Justice & Peace Committee is partnering with the International Rescue Committee (IRC) Baltimore Office to furnish apartments for new American families through our Afghan Refugee Resettlement Project. This project was initially conceived in collaboration with Catholic Charities and other Catholic parishes

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Join the League of Women Voters!

From Toni Moore-Duggan Please consider joining the League of Women Voters. We are in need of your membership. The League has been a long standing voice for voters rights for many years. I serve as  the Chair of the DEI Committee and Flo has served as past President and is

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Cinco De Mayo

On Cinco de Mayo (Spanish for the 5th of May), we celebrate people of Mexican ancestry and people of all backgrounds can take the time to appreciate Latin culture. There are many ways to celebrate Cinco de Mayo, such as decorating your home, listening to Latin music, and cooking traditional

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The Fourth Sunday of Easter

This coming week’s Gospel antiphon is “I know my sheep, and mine know me.” Jesus’ voice calls us to follow him as a shepherd not only because of his voice but because of his dedication and willingness to die for us. Some sheep are near to the shepherd. Others roam

Third Sunday of Easter

Next Weekend’s Gospel Reflection (Third Sunday of Easter) will be Luke 24:35-48 where Jesus Appears to the Disciples. Here’s a nice reflection on that passage! Click here to view this weeks’ Parish: ‘The Thought’

The Fourth Sunday of Easter

This coming week’s Gospel antiphon is “I know my sheep, and mine know me.” Jesus’ voice calls us to follow him as a shepherd not only because of his voice but because of his dedication and willingness to die for us. Some sheep are near to the shepherd. Others roam

Third Sunday of Easter

Next Weekend’s Gospel Reflection (Third Sunday of Easter) will be Luke 24:35-48 where Jesus Appears to the Disciples. Here’s a nice reflection on that passage! Click here to view this weeks’ Parish: ‘The Thought’

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