Over the 40 days of the 2020 Lenten season, parishes across the U.S. came together to fast, pray and give on behalf of Kenya’s street children and St. John Bosco Rehabilitation Center in Kitale.
Not one of us can be another John and yet all of us are called to his very mission — to point the way to Jesus and move the world toward his saving grace.
If Time magazine existed in the 12th century, Bernard of Clairvaux would have been on its cover as “Person of the Century.”
Saint Maximilian Kolbe gave his all, even his life, caring for the poor, the sick, the immigrant and the prisoner. He is a model for Cross Catholic Outreach in caring for the poorest of the poor in our world.
Our ministry commemorates the Assumption of Mary with a Day of Prayer to intercede for our donors, ministry partners, and the poor. Here’s why that’s important.
As we commemorate the birth of John the Baptist, we ask ourselves how this feast points us toward service to the poor and the kingdom of God.