The 2020 Home Repair Program for the elderly and disabled will take place mid January. We are expecting 38 seminarians from St. John Vianney Seminary in Minnesota to come down south and work on selected homes in the area. If you know someone that needs yard work and/or home repairs please contact Marilyn King 251-434-1550
Our Respect Life Recital with violinist Matthew Madonia was a wonderful evening for all! With your help, we raised over $15,000 for To Be Choices for Women in Mobile and To Be Options for Women in Robertsdale.
In case you missed the Recital, watch this short YouTube video…….
Catholic Social Services is offering a new opportunity for the youth in our community. Extended Family for Kids is a solution-based program for children ages 10 through 16 who have an incarcerated parent or family member. The purpose of the program is to give children the necessary tools needed to cope with this difficult time in their lives.
Extended Family for Kids includes lessons on anger resolution, accepting responsibility for personal actions and improving communication skills. It also includes how to build one’s self esteem, ease feelings of shame and isolation, and decrease stress. The program is geared toward the child who has a family member incarcerated in a local, state, or federal institution.
The sessions, which run for 7 consecutive weeks, are offered in several private and public schools within Mobile County. Written parental permission must be given to each participant to attend the program.
If you have questions or need additional information, please call Buffy Marston, Licensed Professional Counselor, at 251-434-1550 or email [email protected] for additional information.
Thank you for your overwhelming support with our annual Box of Joy project. Because of your generosity 1,281 boxes are on their way to children in greatest need around the world! May God Bless you and bring you joy throughout this holiday season!