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.
Exploring Silence and Deepening Awareness. A day of teaching, reflection, and meditation.
Xavier Mission and Peace & Justice co-sponsored two fall events to emphasize the problem of food insecurity. The screening of “A Place at the Table” on September 23 in the main church was as deeply moving (the film) as
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As we enter the months of September and October, designated Hunger Action Month in the United States (September) and World Hunger Month (October), we hope to enact further action. The Xavier Mission, in partnership with the Peace & Justice Committee, will host two special events to create a deeper awareness of the critical issue of food insecurity.
St. Francis Xavier parish participated in the September 21 Climate March in NYC. It is estimated that over 300,000 people participated (although not all were from SFX).
Friday, November 21st, 3:00 p.m. through Sunday, November 23rd, 1:30 p.m.
Melinda Spataro, one of the first members of the Church of St. Francis Xavier’s lesbian and gay ministry in 1993, will lead a discussion on what it means to be both lesbian and Roman Catholic
On a sunny Saturday morning earlier this summer, I was able to join a group from Seafarers International House on a trip to Elizabeth, NJ to visit immigrant detainees and asylum seekers.
At this meeting we will plan upcoming activities; places you would like to go, speakers you would like to hear, and subjects you would like to learn more about. Please join us for this important meeting.
“Let Freedom Ring” – Fighting for the Wrongfully Convicted