The Church of St. Francis Xavier has many different parish groups that participate in ministry and outreach.
To extend service to others beyond the walls of our immediate Parish, the Church of St. Francis Xavier works with external organizations in supportive and collaborative roles, and through volunteerism of our parishioners, to assist in addressing the diverse needs of our larger community. Such is the case of , The India Project Team, the Jesuit Collaborative and Ignatian Volunteer Corps. The later two are organizations within the Jesuit network.
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Prayer and Art in response to local and national gay teen bullying. A Prayer when I feel Hated Loving God, you made me who I am. I praise you and I love you, for I am wonderfully, made in your
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Confirmation Candidates are raising money to support children in India.
Help the India Project Team!
They have traveled to India and have identified some health and education needs of lower caste, illiterate or semi-literate families who wanted to send their children to school.
Virgin; Doctor of Church
Born March 25, 1347 Siena, Italy
Died April 29, 1380 (aged 33) Rome, Italy
Honored in Roman Catholic Church; Anglican Communion; Lutheranism
Canonized 1461, by Pope Pius II
Feast April 29; April 30 (Roman Calendar, 1628–1960)
Parishioners at all stages of life use the new curb cut
at the Church of St. Francis Xavier in New York City,
a 2011 Pathways Open Hearts Award winning congregation..
A fine example of Time, Talent & Treasure in action!