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This team was established in response to the appeal from Pope Francis for “every person living on this planet” to engage in inclusive dialogue about how we are shaping our common future. The Team works to acknowledge the urgency of our environmental challenges and to join Pope Francis in embarking on a new path. The Team provides regular guidance and specific action on how to support positive environmental change. Contact Romaine at email@example.com.
The members of this important ministry visit our elderly and homebound parishioners so as to build relationships and improve mental, physical and spiritual health and welfare. Visits are made in teams of two volunteers and include conversation, prayer, and Holy Communion. Contact Mary at 303-916-9501.
Founded in 1833, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul advocates for systemic change as it offers direct service to those in need. Members participate in works of charity and create life-giving relationships by means of home visits. Contact Peg at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-525-2440.
Parishioners provide lunches each weekend and dinners several times a year to Senior Support Services, Denver’s only day care center for hungry and homeless seniors.
The Loyola Social Justice ministry is committed to putting our faith into action through community organizing to address the root causes of the social and economic problems that affect our parish community and our world. Members of the ministry work to understand the essential link between faith and justice. The ministry is supported by Together Colorado, a non-partisan, multi-faith, multi-racial statewide community organization committed to unlocking the power of people. Together Colorado is a member of the PICO National Network. Contact Mary at email@example.com.