Affiliated Ministries


Al Anon

This 12-step program is for anyone dealing with loved ones who have an alcohol addiction problem. It is the traditional AL-ANON program with Catholic insights added.

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

Birthright

Birthright provides assistance to women who need pregnancy tests, counseling, maternity clothes, financial assistance, baby clothes, blankets, diapers, etc. for their babies.

Catholic Adult Fellowship

This ministry is for Catholics who are growing in their faith through prayer, faith-enrichment programs, service and fellowship. They are single and married Catholics of all ages. Visit www.CatholicAdultFellowship.org/th to learn more.

Catholic Radio Station

This ministry broadcasts Catholic evangelistic programs, including four daily call-in talk shows so listeners can ask questions and get straight answers about the faith. This effort helps spread the Catholic faith, explain Catholic doctrine, helps converts on their way to becoming Catholics and attracts possible converts. WHOJ-FM 91.9

Deanery Pastoral Council

The Deanery Pastoral Council fosters participation of the entire deanery in the life and mission of the Church. The Council, as a consultative body, advises and assists the pastors in areas of pastoral concern. Members of the Pastoral Council are representative of the entire deanery recognizing and reflecting the deanery’s diversity.

John Paul II High School

This ministry provides its students with a high school education designed to nurture a lifetime of positive Christian choices. www.JohnPaulIICatholicHigh.org

Knights of Columbus

This ministry promotes the Catholic faith among men age 18 or older. We raise funds for a variety of projects including Reeves Hall, Gibault School for Boys and support for local parishes. To be a member, you must be in good standing with the Catholic Church.