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Justice Forum offers teachable moment

It was no coincidence that an Incarceration Forum billed as “A Catholic Response to Mass Incarceration” was held the same weekend and in the same city as the annual Congress of the American Correctional Association.

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Volunteers Keep Food Pantry Stocked and Social

Approximately 15 to 18 parishioners volunteer their time, serving about 50 people who come to the window adjacent to the garage attached to the parish rectory each week. On a typical Friday morning, Clete Blaes makes conversation with a Belleville resident seeking groceries to feed her family.

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St. Clare Parishioners Carry on ‘Amazing Torch of Faith’

About 400 people were in attendance for St. Clare’s open house, Sunday, Aug. 13. The open house was held in conjunction with the Feast of St. Clare of Assisi and featured tours of the parish’s 10-year-old church, the ancient fossil stone altar and baptism font, Turkish iconography of Christ’s passion and hand-blown glass windows of creation, as well as several prayer spaces. Tour guides explained the meaning of Catholic architecture in the church.

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Project Buys Headstones for Needy Infants

The idea for the Our Holy Innocents Project came to Richard Jordan one day in 2010 when he was visiting his wife Linda’s grave in Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Belleville.

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Deadline for ‘Into My Vineyard’ Program Approaching

Parishioners of the Belleville diocese are invited to register for the “Into My Vineyard” program, a two-year program of worship, formation and outreach.  Read more