Social Justice

The social justice ministry, Living Our Faith, is based on the Seven Principles of Catholic Social Teaching. These are: life and dignity of the human person; call to family, community and participation; rights and responsibilities; option for the poor and vulnerable; the dignity of work and the rights of workers; solidarity and care for God’s creation. We believe in the dignity and worth of every person and work to address the needs of those who are most vulnerable and have the least voice in our society/community.

Our mission is to bring awareness and educate our community on existing injustices, to bring about change, and to serve others less fortunate. We do this through education programs, bulletin blurbs, direct service, advocacy, charitable works, and donations. We meet on an as-needed basis. The ministry welcomes new members and volunteers for special projects. For more information, please contact Doris Witmer at 717-838 4319.

RESPECT LIFE PRESENTATION: Monday, May 13, 7-8pm, Social Hall.
We are excited to revitalize our Parish Respect Life Committee! You are invited to join us as we learn about current concerns and plan ways in which we can celebrate and support life, both as individuals and in our parish and community. We will be joined by Sandra Paveglio, Chair of  St. Paul’s Respect Life Committee, who will share ideas and  possibilities for Holy Spirit. For more information, contact Doris Witmer at 717-838 4319.