St. John's, Darwin St. Philip's, Litchfield Our Lady, Manannah St. Philip School

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WEEKEND MASS TIMES
Saturday:
4:00 pm Our Lady, Manannah
5:00 pm St. John, Darwin

Sunday:
8:00 am St. Philip, Litchfield
8:30 am Our Lady, Manannah
10:00 am St. John, Darwin
10:30 am St. Philip, Litchfield
12:00 pm St. Philip, Litchfield (Spanish)

Individual Reconciliation (Confessions):
3:30 pm Saturday at Our Lady, Manannah
4:30 pm Saturday at St. John's, Darwin or by appointment

 

Shepherd of Souls Area Faith Community

Sunday 8:00AM Mass will be streamed live on the website every Sunday beginning at 7:50AM.

Tuesday and Friday masses at St. Philip will be live streamed on our new facebook page.
You do not need a facebook account to view the videos.
To access prior masses click the mass video button.

2020 Election Aides

USCCB's Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship Page

Watch all 5 USCCB Videos on Faithful Citizenship!

We are Salt and Light


A divided country. Fights at the dinner table. Political vitriol. What does it mean to love our neighbors in the midst of such a climate?

As Catholics, we have a long tradition of engagement in the political process as a means of putting our faith into action. We are called to bring the best of ourselves and our faith to the public square—and yet today, many shy away from such involvement because our national and local conversations are filled with vitriol and harsh language, often directed at people themselves.  

When personal attacks replace honest debate, no one wins. This kind of attack, no matter the reason, only serves to further divide our communities.  As Catholics, we must model a better way. We invite you to join the Civilize It campaign by taking the pledge below as a way to promote civility, love our neighbors, and build community. 

Civilize It is about making room in your heart for those with whom you disagree. We are called to recognize that each one of us is a beloved child of God and to respond in love to that reality. Civilize It is a non-partisan call to focus on the dignity of all people, even when we disagree, and to put faith in action by bearing witness to a better way forward. 

Take the pledge below as an individual, family, or community. Anyone and everyone can commit together to honoring human dignity through civil conversation. 
 

I PLEDGE:

  1. Civility
    To recognize the human dignity of those with whom I disagree, treat others with respect, and rise above attacks when directed at me.
  2. Clarity
    To root my political viewpoints in the Gospel and a well formed conscience, which involves prayer, conversation, study and listening. I will stand up for my convictions and speak out when I witness language that disparages others' dignity, while also listening and seeking to understand others’ experiences. 
  3. Compassion
    To encounter others with a tone and posture which affirms that I honor the dignity of others and invites others to do the same. I will presume others’ best intentions and listen to their stories with empathy.  I will strive to understand before seeking to be understood. 

Register for Faith Formation

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Our Lady Kick Off Event - Wednesday, September 16 at 6:45pm

St. Philip Kick Off Event - Wednesday, September 23 at 6:30pm

St. John Kick Off Event - Wednesday, September 30 at 6:30pm at Education Center