This summer it’s all about solidarity.
We’ve got an awesome week-long summer mission trip planned for our high school youth!
From Monday, June 26 to Friday, June 30 we’ll venture to the town of Pawhuska for 5 day-trips to love and to grow, and serve our brothers and sisters. We will connect with the parishioners of Immaculate Conception Parish in Pawuska, as well as members of the local community. The focus of our local mission trip is to learn the importance of being in solidarity with others. Solidarity is a very important part of our identity as Catholics. Solidarity is really all about valuing our fellow human beings for who they are.
Pope St. John Paul II said that, “We are all one family in the world. Building a community that empowers everyone to attain their full potential through each of us respecting each other’s dignity, rights and responsibilities makes the world a better place to live.” Sollicitudo rei socialis – ‘On Social Concern’ (1987)
So plan to join us this summer as we make our own world a better place to live one day at at time!
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