The work of the Ministry with Persons with Special Needs seeks to include all in faith formation and parish life.
The Church continues to affirm the dignity of every human being, and to grow in knowledge and understanding of the gifts and needs of her members who live with disabilities.
Inclusion of those with disabilities helps us to become who we are meant to be as children of one Father.
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Mary Anne Russo presents the challenges and joys of having children with Downs.
Pope Francis reminds us that we are created in God's image and each of us "...reflects something of God's glory (274)."
Jesus, the Crucified One, is risen! He stands in the midst of those who mourned him, locked behind closed doors and full of fear and anguish.
Every Easter, as we celebrate our Lord’s victory over death, we delight in the consolation that all is restored through the Resurrection, and we ponder God’s relentless invitation to live the divine life given at baptism.
Special Needs Mass
Our ministry focuses on the faith formation, support, and inclusion of children, adults and families with special needs.
Pope Francis invites the Church to reflect on a theme that is decisive for its life and mission: “It is precisely this path of synodality which God expects of the Church of the third millennium.”