You will see many T-Shirts with messages on them at the Mission.
(Some of those shirts are featured below.)
But, the way we live conveys a message to those around us too-
about who we are and what we truly believe.
What message do you convey with your life as a Catholic?
People watch us -
Our children, parents, friends, neighbors, co-workers, and strangers.
They all watch.
What message do you convey to the world
with your life?
We can be messengers of hope and love.
We can live all that Jesus taught.
We can show the world that our faith has meaning.
Our volunteers are doers of the Word,
not just sayers of the Word!
They convey a message of hope and love-
not just with their clothing,
but with their lives.
Your life is a gift from God.
What you do with your life is your gift to God.
Is what makes you wealthy,
the same thing that makes your life rich?
You know that the best things in life aren't things!
What do you really care about?
Who do you care about?
Who did Jesus care about?
Hmmmm. Now there's a frank response....
What about you?
Yeah... You know He's knocking!
You hear Him.
Maybe it's time to step out and...
If you haven't visited the Mission and
become part of the Mission family, come. Now.
Now is a very acceptable time.
Yes, come join us- a community of faith.
A community of believers who care
about more than just themselves.
Why? Because we are One Body
There are many messages conveyed by the
volunteers at the mission: messages of love,
caring, compassion, and faith.
To those we serve, it surely must seem
as if our volunteers "have their backs."
WE ARE ONE BODY
....WHAT YOU DO WITH YOUR LIFE IS YOUR GIFT TO GOD.
Wondering what to do with
What does God want you
Do you let God lead you
where He wants you to be?
Did He lead you here
We hope so, and we hope
to see you soon!
In every time and place,
the Church is called to
grow in unity through
constant conversion to
Christ, whose saving
work is proclaimed by the
successors of the
apostles and celebrated
in the sacraments.
-Pope Benedict XVI, on
his visit to America in
On November 21, 1964,
Catholic bishops from all
over the world ratified, “The
Dogmatic Constitution on
the Church.” This was one
of the first documents
approved at the Second
Vatican Council. This
document returned to the
understanding of the Body
of Christ and proclaimed
that the Church is the
People of God.
DOGMATIC CONSTITUTION ON THE CHURCH
CHAPTER V: THE CALL TO HOLINESS
WE ARE FAMILY
COME JOIN US