Ministries & Committees
Children's Religious Education (PREP)
Our program prepares children cognitively, spiritually and experientially throughout grade school and middle school, and includes sacramental preparation for Reconciliation, Eucharist, and Confirmation.
EMBRACING GOD’S GIFTS
The Hospitality Committee
Interfaith/Ecumenical Ministry coordinates a city-wide annual interfaith prayer service on New Year’s Eve, an ecumenical service during the Octave for Christian Unity in January, and other interfaith activities throughout the year.
Justice & Peace Ministry
The Justice & Peace Ministry is organized by committees that focus on systemic injustices and their impact on human lives and advocate for societal changes that improve the lives of those who face systemic oppression.
Loaves & Fishes
The Loaves and Fishes Ministry provides a nourishing weekend meal to the homeless and poor of Baltimore City and create an opportunity for fellowship for homeless patrons and ministry volunteers.
Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults
The RCIA is a process through which adults deepen their relationship with Christ and become fully initiated into the Catholic Church.
Respect for Life Ministry
The Mission of the St. Ignatius Respect For Life (RFL) Ministry is to promote by word and deed Church teaching on the sanctity of human life from conception to natural death both in the Parish and in the community.
Saint Ignatius Reading and Discussion Group
We discuss a varied selection of books and topics to expand our knowledge and stimulate reflection—to increase our vision and see through the eyes of others through thoughtful, well prepared, civil discussions of selected books.
THE YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY
The Young Family Ministry
Looking for ways to connect, commune, and celebrate marriage and family? Join St. Ignatius’s ever-growing community of young couples and families as we blend the spiritual, social, and practical aspects of family life.
Women Who Stay
AntiRacism Awareness Task Force
The Antiracism Awareness Task Force recognizes and examines our relationship to racial inequality and helps facilitate this personal growth through the lens of Catholic faith and Ignatian spirituality.