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Ministries/Events Type: Pastoral Ministries

3-day Young Adult Retreat

Are you discerning God’s plan for your life? Wanting to start off Lent on the right note? Desiring to see how God is working in your daily life? Preparing yourself spiritually for International World Youth Day? If you are pondering any of these questions, please join us for a semi-silent retreat weekend with personal prayer, …

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Discerning and Re-Imagining the Church through the lenses of Matthew’s Gospel

Discerning and Re-Imagining the Church through the lenses of Matthew’s Gospel  Presented by  Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB  1 hour + 30 minutes Q&A  There is no cost for this webinar.  A Recording will be sent to registered participants 48 hours after the event  We live in a period in which the Church faces numerous difficulties …

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Building a Bridge: The Catholic Church and the LGBT Community, with James Martin, SJ

According to the Trevor Project, LGBTQ persons are at increased risk of rejection, depression, and suicide; many report being rejected for religious reasons. How can the institutional Catholic Church reach out to its LGBTQ members? And how can LGBTQ Catholics engage with their church? In this session, Fr James Martin, SJ, will explore how the …

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Sacred Heart Parish

As Roman Catholic Community, Sacred Heart Parish is faithful to Jesus’ teachings and our sacred Catholic tradition. Our devotion to the Lord comes from the liturgy, the sacraments and multiethnic people who embrace our community and welcome all newcomers.

Rocky Mountain Mission Parishes

As far back as the late 18th century, Chief Shining Shirt of the Pend d’Oreille tribe in Mission Valley, Montana, had visions that one day men would come in black robes and teach important new truths about religion. That prophecy was fulfilled when, at the urging of Native people, Fr. Peter DeSmet, a Belgian Jesuit, worked to establish missions with the Flatheads in 1841, the Coeur d’Alenes in 1842, the Kalispels in 1844 and the Colviles in 1845.