PROGRESS IN OUR PARISHES
Throughout the six counties of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, parishes are using funds raised through Our Campaign for The Church Alive! to become better witnesses of Jesus and more welcoming to everyone.
St. Wendelin Parish in Carbon Center, Butler County, is one of 13 parishes in the diocese chosen for a pilot evangelization initiative funded by the campaign. The program will help participants to encounter Christ, grow in faith, discern their spiritual gifts and answer the call to mission. At the end of the three-part series participants were invited to think of something they could do for their parish or the universal Church, and to give a talk about it.
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The Story of Pittsburgh
Donors to Our Campaign for The Church Alive! at Prince of Peace Parish are part of the rebirth of Pittsburgh's South Side. Click on the video to the left to learn more!
OUR CAMPAIGN FOR THE CHURCH ALIVE!
NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS THROUGH BUTLER PARISHES
More members of the Catholic parishes in Butler are responding to the gospel call to feed the hungry, shelter the homeless and care for the sick as they help their neighbors in need.READ MORE
SAYING ‘YES’ TO GOD’S CALL
Ria Fruscello had her own idea about how she could help serve her parish, but a small voice kept contradicting her. Parishioners are glad she listened.READ MORE
EVERY GIFT MATTERS
When students at St. Vitus Parish School recently held a fundraiser for the diocesan mission supporting the poorest of the poor in Chimbote, Peru, they collected $800, which was soon anonymously matched by a parishioner.READ MORE
GOOD WORKS ANNUAL REPORT 2015
PARISH CAMPAIGN RESULTS