Area III Ministries offer outreach services to the broader community
The OMOS Conference of The St. Vincent de Paul Society provides food and other aid to those in need, within our parish boundaries. These services are available without regard to religion, ethnicity or citizenship status. In a single month the Society often provides much needed food to over 600 people, including 300 children! The Society relies solely on the generous support of our parishioners and other benefactors. Food Drive Weekends are held four times a year and food and monetary donations are accepted at any time. Especially helpful are non-perishables like pasta, canned vegetables, peanut butter and jelly and canned soups. Food donations can be left in the Society's boxes in the church vestiblule at any time. Volunteers are always welcome!
Please join us in this special ministry any Monday through Saturday, 9 AM till Noon, in the SVdP Office (NW corner of Parish Hall). Meetings are held every other Monday evening, 7:15 PM. To contact the Parish S.V.D.P. call 520-305-3620.
To learn more about the S.V.D.P. organization, see:
The Primavera Group meets regularly to support the Tucson Primavera Foundation in supplying meals to the homeless. The group cooks hot meals for 100 homeless men at the Primavera Shelter on the fourth Wednesday of each month from 2:00 - 3:30 pm in the Parish Hall. To learn more contact staff member Laura Stehle (email@example.com )
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CASA MARIA OUTREACH
Casa Maria is one of 175 Catholic Worker communities around the world committed to nonviolence, voluntary poverty, prayer and hospitality for the homeless. Learn more about Casa Maria at their website.
THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS REGINA CLERI COUNCIL
Regina Cleri Council of the Knights of Columbus serves youth, the disadvantaged and many other needs througout the community through a family-orientated fraternal service organization.
The mission of this council of dedicated men and their families is broad and multifaceted and encompasses all four areas of the CLC. Some of their many community outreach activities include: visits to the home bound and hospitalized, youth activities, feeding the poor and disadvantaged, and activities that support "life" through its various stages from conception to natural death.
For membership information please call the Knights of Columbus at 520-747-1321.
Lean more about this international organization at their website: The Knights of Columbus
OUR LADY QUEEN
OF ALL ANGELS
ORPHANAGE & OUTREACH
Our Mother of Sorrows mission is to help support the work being done at the Queen of All Angels Orphanage in Agua Prieta, Mexica, which operates to provide education, nutrition, clothing, and shelter for minors who are orphaned or are unable to live with their natural or adoptive parents.To learn more, contact staff member Rocio Zamora firstname.lastname@example.org )