Ministries and Annual Events

Birthline provides assistance to pregnant women and mothers of infants in need. Over 1,000 mothers are served annually and are provided material goods such as maternity clothes, baby clothes, diapers, baby shampoo and other necessary supplies.

Health Ministry provides assistance to parishes by promoting the compassionate healing power of Jesus Christ by encouraging health and wholeness of body, mind and soul

The Office provides assistance to Parish Nurses through training, education, and programming for such activities as CPR and AED training for ushers and liturgical ministers, caregivers’ seminars, Safe Sitter classes, senior education, and programing that supports the mission of parish health ministry.

Local Solemn of Observance of Roe vs. Wade is held annually on January 22 to pray and witness for the legal protection of the unborn. 2019 locations and details coming soon.

Please see upcoming events for more details

Project Rachel, a compassionate and confidential ministry, extends God’s unconditional love and forgiveness to women and men who experience the tragedy of abortion. Project Rachel offers two healing retreats a year as well as referrals to counselors and priests.

Respect Life Sunday is celebrated nationally each year on the first Sunday of October to bring awareness to the gift and dignity of each human life. The Mass is celebrated at SS. Peter and Paul Cathedral for our archdiocese and is followed by the annual life chain.

Substance Addiction Ministry (SAM) is a parish-based ministry which offers support, acceptance, and understanding for individuals and families struggling with addiction.  The ministry provides training, education, resources, and referrals.

If you are interested in learning how you can support any of the above ministries by volunteering your time, talent, or donation, please contact Keri Carroll by e-mail or at 317-236-1521 for more information. You may also donate online by clicking here.

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