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Annual Appeal

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The 2024 Annual Appeal has begun! You should have received an invitation in the mail from Cardinal Tobin to consider making a financial sacrifice to support this year’s Annual Appeal.


We are grateful for your generosity and we rely on it because it helps support essential ministries and programs of our Archdiocese, which are also centric to our faith. Your support to the Annual Appeal helps us accomplish across the Archdiocese what we would not be able to do alone. 

Will you prayerfully consider making a gift to the 2024 Annual Appeal?




The 2024 Archdiocesan Annual Appeal is underway at our Parish. At this time, most of us should have received a letter from Cardinal Tobin asking for our continued support proclaiming the gospel in the four counties of our diocese.  

Our goal, $61,113.00, can only be achieved as a UNITED parish. 


Thank You to those parishioners who have already made their pledge or gift to the 2024 Annual Appeal.


Let us join in supporting this effort that strengthens the many important programs and ministries across our Archdiocese.

Your gift to the 2024 Annual Appeal supports essential programs and ministries including:
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$1 Million Proclaiming the Gospel

• Ministry to Multi Ethnic Communities

• Office of Evangelization

• Office of Family Life

• International Missions

• Ministry of the Deaf

$2 Million Passing on the Faith

• Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministry

• Catechetical Office

• Campus Ministry and affiliated Colleges and Universities

• Catholic Schools

$2.5 Million Forming Future Priests and Supporting Retired Clergy 

• Continuing Formation for Priests

• Seminarian Education

• Priest Health Care

$3.5 Million Caring for the Poor and Vulnerable

• Catholic Charities

• Hospital and Prison Chaplaincy

• Respect Life Office (Includes Mercy House and Pro-Life Efforts)

• Protecting God’s Children


Are you interested in learning more info about the Annual Appeal?

Please contact Danny Rosado.

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