Catalog of Ministries
Our catalog is continually growing. It is provided here to help inform and inspire you to become engaged in philanthropy. Our hope is that you will get involved. The rewards will be great.
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The Oblate Sisters respond to Christ’s call by giving themselves totally to Him, freely and through love. Our charism flows from the spirituality of St Francis de Sales. For the Oblate Sister, it consists in offering herself to God in each of her actions.
Opening Doors offers hospitality to women, alone or with children, who are in need of emergency transitional housing and related support services. In collaboration with existing community resources and services, the vision or Opening Doors is to offer a variety of opportunities for women to affirm their dignity and to achieve their potential for independent living in an environment that will benefit the neighborhood. Services such as job training, homemaking, financial planning, and parenting skills are offered. While the women in the program, they are expected to set developmental goals for themselves and work with staff to achieve them. Staff is available 24 hours per day. No rent is charged and, depending on the situation, residents could stay one night or up to 6 months.
Our Lady of Grace High School is a private, Catholic, co-educational college preparatory school, serving students and their families by providing a Scholastic Liberal Arts education in service to the Catholic Church. Students are expected to achieve academically beyond their expectations, to grow spiritually through study, worship, and service and to become leaders and role-models within their secular and church communities by their example and attitudes exemplified in their daily lives. To achieve (academically), To grow (spiritually), To become (a leader).
The purpose of Our Lady of Lourdes School is to educate the whole child spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, and physically. Our aim is to integrate Catholic Christian values with elementary school curriculum so as to foster full participation of our school community into the life and mission of the parish and universal Church. We participate in this mission by worshipping God, creating and nurturing our Christian community, growing in faith and holiness, and serving those in need especially the poor. We prepare students to succeed in a culturally diverse society respecting the dignity of others. We equip students with the life skills necessary to seek out opportunities and embrace the future. We recognize the role of parents as primary educators.
We are dedicated to the creation of a Christian environment of care, love and encouragement. The pursuit of academic excellence and the joy of learning. We believe in the importance of personal self-esteem and community spirit and the principles of mutual self-respect and understanding among all people. The need for global awareness based on the Gospel values of Peace, Justice and Service. We take pride in the multi-ethnic student population of our school which reflects the great cultural diversity, and richness of our parish and surrounding community.