Groups are now formed and further discernment of charisms are taking place. Please check back soon for further updates on how parishioners are using their charisms for furthering the Kingdom of God on earth.

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Principle and Foundation—The goal of our life is to live with God forever. God, who loves, gave us life . Our own response to love allows God’s life to flow into us without limit. All the things in this world are gifts of God, presented to us so that we can know God more easily and make a re-turn of love more readily. As a result, we appreciate and use all these gifts of God insofar as they help us develop as loving persons. But if any of these gifts become the center of our lives, they displace God and so hinder our growth toward the goal. In everyday life, then, we must hold ourselves in balance before all of these created gifts insofar as we have a choice and are not bound by some obligation. We should not fix our desires on health or sick-ness, wealth or poverty, success or fail-ure, a long life or a short one. For eve-rything has the potential of calling forth in us a deeper response to our life in God. Our only desire and our one choice should be this: I want and I choose what better leads to God’s deepening life in me.
St. Ignatius as paraphrased by David L. Fleming, S.J.

What is a personal relationship with Jesus Christ mean?

Personal Relationship with Jesus

Pope Benedict XVI has called for a Year of Faith to begin on October 11, 2012, the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Second Vatican Council and 20th anniversary of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and ending on November 24, 2013, the Feast of Christ the King. Part of that Year of Faith involves us growing in our understanding and lifelong pursuit of "Doing as Jesus Does." Loving God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit as well as our neighbor is what Jesus said are the two greatest commandments (Mark 12:29-31) (John 17:2-4). Why does this matter? See the video below to understand.

Does God Matter?

Please check out the wonderful C4 video below. Thanks.


Why Does God Matter?  Click Above to Find Out!

People often wonder if God really matters. In this initial "C4: Ignite Your Catholic Faith" video, Bishop Don Hying of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee shares his views on God's importance and relevance in our lives. Based upon the Catechism of the Catholic Church (27).

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