Stewardship and Ways to Give

The More we have the more we can multiply our gifts and share them with others. To be a great steward means to be thoughtful. A gift of stewardship comes from the heart and it needs to be intentional, planned and proportionate. With planned giving we initiate and renew a stewardship commitment. Are you willing to give more than what you have?

Goals of a Steward includes Mission and Goals.

We are led by the Holy Spirit
and we follow his example to become a true steward. We need to worship God in our words in the sacrament.

We need to witness and share our faith with others. We also need to promote holiness through conversion and foster justice and mercy
Living the Call of Christ

There is a profound impact when we live as disciples in mission by sharing our lives and resources as good stewards.

Every moment of every day becomes an opportunity to make a difference for the good of others and to give glory to God


What impact will your life of stewardship make in the life of another?

How wil you make a difference, as you share in Christ's mission to bring life, light , mercy, and peace through you or words, actions, service, and ministy?

Are you interested in Giving Back to Your Church Community?
Ministries ​​
Here are some Ministries that may interest you.

Knights of Columbus
​T​he Knights of Columbus is the world's largest Catholic fraternal service organization. Founded by Father Michael J. McGivney in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1882.  Follow us on facebook! ​​Our Lady of Sorrows-Knights of Columbus Council 7633.​​ An Organization, in search of good catholic men wanting to give back.

Catholic Daughters
​​Formed in 1903, the Catholic Daughters of the Americas® is one of the Oldest and Largest Organizations of Catholic Women in the Americas ​​.  Contact Jessica Lance for information. 

St. Vincent de Paul
Men and Women who strive to grow spiritually by offering person to person service to individuals in need.

Altar Servers
Serving at the altar. Looking for kids that have received the sacraments of baptism and first communion

Blue Army
Devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary through prayer

Serving our Lord through songs. Join one of the many choirs in our Parish.

Step 1- Thank God and grow in gratitude for all of your blessings. Ask the holy Spirit to inspire and strengthen you in your commitment to grow as a good steward in the coming year.

Step 2- Your life, resources, talents and gifts everything you are, have and will be , are gifts from God. Make a list of specific things you will give as a steward in the coming year. How much time will you share? How will you nurture and offer your talents, gifts, and strengths? How will you share your financial gifts?

Step 3-Make a firm, prayful commitment to grow as a disciple and to give as a good steward, in all of the aspects of your life, and particularly within your parish. What will you do? How will you follow through on this commitment?

What Stewardship Looks Like

We are challenged every day to reflect and imitate Jesus.
We will always face obstacles, opportunities and challenges living in this worldly environment. There is not a lot of prayer and there is a sense of purpose by the Eucharist and Catholic tradition. We always thank God for the gifts he blessed us with and decide what we can do to help the world.

1) Make a difference in someone else's life

2)Become an active member through Catholic communities

3)Discover talents that need to be used

4)Letting go of worries and setting goals in a secular and spiritual life

5) Experience the increase of God's presence that comes with partnering with the Lord.

Eucharistic Ministers
Serving at the altar and to the homebound. The gift of giving our Lord to those sick and homebound. Or EMHC during mass.

Gift Shop
Helping to support our parishes little treasure of religious gifts and items.

​Grupo de Oracion Carismatico, Divina Misericordia
Un Grupo con mucha Fe que ayuda a la gente buscar su fe y paz

God's Little Angels
Providing limited resources for families with new born and young children.

Hermanos Crusados
A group of men who help men connect with their Catholic Faith.

Welcoming Parishioners to monthly fellowship after mass.

Serving by proclaming the word of the Lord

​Movimiento Familiar
Antyone who is interested in participating in any of these ministries please contact us at the Parish Office for details. Also, anyone who does participate in any of these ministries MUST take the Abuse Awareness Class every 5 years.  There are 2 ways to take the class. 1.) You can go to this link and do the Abuse Awareness Test Online by clicking on the Promise to protect pledge to heal icon on this website and click-VIRTUS-code of conduct for the training process. or you can also take the class in person, call the parish office for more information regarding dates and times and locations
Un Grupo Catolico que ayuda a familias a reunirse con la palabra del Señor.

Neo-Catechumenal way
An Itinerary of Catholic Formation, A Formation to Christian Life, based principally on catechesis and liturgy, in part of the community and conducted given the specified methods and guidelines .

Respect Life

A year round , nationwide effort to help Catholics understand, Value, and become engaged with building a culture that cherishes every human life.

Saint Anthony's Kitchen

Feeding those who are in most need. "Feed my People"


Serving as the welcome face and guard of the Church


A process developed by the Catholic Church for prospective converts to Catholicism who are above the age of infant baptism. Candidates are gradually introduced to aspects of Catholic beliefs and practices. 
May God Bless You and all that you do......