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Category: Poor Box Collection

Relief for those in Gaza

You know about the humanitarian catastrophe in Gaza. Before October 7, about 80% of Gaza’s population of over two million people relied on humanitarian aid. Now, nearly every resident urgently needs aid. Our Poor Box collection for the month of March will go to Anera (American Near East Refugee Aid)

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This Week’s Poor Box: ‘Jesuit Refugee Services’

This weekend’s POOR BOX contributions  go to Jesuit Refugee Service/USA, a ministry very close to the heart of St. Ignatius Catholic Community. Founded by Jesuit Fr. Pedro Arrupe in 1980, in direct response to the humanitarian crisis of the Vietnamese boat people, JRS today works in 47 countries worldwide to meet the educational,

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Pentecost Sunday

Christ’s lesson of the Good Samaritan was initially meant to answer the question, “Who is my neighbor?” But it teaches us about the work of the Holy Spirit in two ways. In the story, it was not the most pious and religious figures who are as generous as God, but

The Seventh Sunday of Easter

Jim Carrey played Fletcher Reede in a film “Liar Liar.” Everyone knew that Fletcher lied his way through life, even his son. While blowing out the candles on his birthday cake, this little boy wished that his father would stop lying for just one day. This wish turned Fletcher’s life

Pentecost Sunday

Christ’s lesson of the Good Samaritan was initially meant to answer the question, “Who is my neighbor?” But it teaches us about the work of the Holy Spirit in two ways. In the story, it was not the most pious and religious figures who are as generous as God, but

The Seventh Sunday of Easter

Jim Carrey played Fletcher Reede in a film “Liar Liar.” Everyone knew that Fletcher lied his way through life, even his son. While blowing out the candles on his birthday cake, this little boy wished that his father would stop lying for just one day. This wish turned Fletcher’s life

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