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Catholic Diocese of Little Rock
"Every time your parish meets an individual's basic needs, advocates for social change to reduce poverty and creates a partnership to improve the community, you are doing parish social ministry and being a living witness to the Gospel that responds to the needs of our brothers and sisters." — Catholic Charities USA
Parish-based ministries provide a means to live out the Church's social teaching.
The Parish Social Ministry Office helps parishes develop ministries that allow them to work to address local needs and issues, as well as those of their own parish community.
The Parish Social Ministry Office works closely with the Social Action Office. Prison outreach, participation in Catholic Relief Services' programs, disaster preparedness and recovery, operating or volunteering at food pantries are all examples of parish social ministries. It is a program of Catholic Charities of Arkansas.
This is a support group for people suffering from mental illness. The goal is to provide support and help participants realize their value and understand they are welcome. Meetings are held on the last Tuesday of each month in Fletcher Hall on the campus of St. John Catholic Center in Little Rock beginning with Mass at 6 p.m. followed by a meeting. Visit our Calendar of Events for dates.