St. Ignatius Loyola offers a wide range of service opportunities in which parishioners may become engaged. Ignatian Spirituality calls one to act faithfully in service to others. These ministries are concerned with social justice initiatives in human trafficking and racism to collecting food for neighbors and food banks. Connections are made and activities are plentiful for parishioners to be “men and women for others.”

Ignatian Social Justice

Ignatian Social Justice (ISJ) is a ministry of the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola made up of parishioners committed to raising awareness of current Catholic social teaching and advocating for social justice on timely and underappreciated issues. The volunteer group embraces the responsibility to inform, engage, and mobilize parishioners to promote social justice in our local community as well as global community.

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Ranger Rosary

Ranger Rosary serves deployed members of our Armed Services. We make rosaries by hand and since August 2009, our group has made over 21,000 rosaries for servicewomen and servicemen.

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Society of St. Vincent de Paul

The St. Lawrence O’Toole Conference of the St. Vincent de Paul Society is one of the oldest SVdP Conferences in the United States. Our Conference has been active since it was formed in December of 1865 (only thirty-two years after the original Society of Saint Vincent de Paul was founded in France).

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