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Welcome to St. Marianne Cope Parish!

Love God! Live in Faith!

Faith Formation

The children of St. Marianne Cope Parish are having a great time at their Summer Intensive Faith Formation Program!

  

St. Marianne Cope Parish

Mass Times

Weekend Masses:
Saturday: 4:30pm at Good Shepherd Chapel
Sunday: 8:00am at St. Joseph''s Church
9:45am at Good Shepherd Chapel
11:30am at Guardian Angels Church

News

Now you can log in and update your parish registration from Parishsoft. 

Follow this link, My Own Church, and create an account using your own unique password.

Once the account is approved, you can update your family information, check your giving history (you'll even be able to download your statement electronically!), upload a family photo or change the existing photo, and even see your ministry schedule and preferences (coming soon).

Any questions? Call the office and Kathy will be able to help you! 

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Latest news from the Vatican

Papal aides say prosperity gospel is distorted take on the ‘American Dream’

Vatican City, Jul 20, 2018 / 12:00 am (CNA).- After publishing a highly controversial essay in July 2017 alleging the existence of an “ecumenism of hate” between Catholics and Evangelicals in the U.S., close papal confidantes Fr. Antonio Spadaro SJ and Marcelo Figueroa in a new article issue a scathing critique of the “prosperity gospel,” which they say is based on a reductionist view of the American Dream.

In the new essay, run July 18 in the Jesuit-run magazine “La Civilta Cattolica,” which is directed by Spadaro, the authors argue that the prosperity gospel, rooted in late 19th century America, is closely tied to the Protestant Evangelical movement in the U.S., and sees power, wealth and success as the result of one's faith, while poverty and misfortune are signs of a lack of faith.

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On 'Humanae vitae'- Pope Paul VI did not act alone

Vatican City, Jul 19, 2018 / 04:00 pm (CNA).- Humanae vitae is not a “pre-conciliar” encyclical, Bl. Paul VI did not develop the final draft in solitude, and, the pope sought opinions before promulgating the text, according to a new book on the encyclical’s history.

 

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19th-century Italian teen to be canonized during youth Synod

Vatican City, Jul 19, 2018 / 10:01 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Bl. Nunzio Sulprizio, who died at the age of 19 from bone cancer, will be declared a saint Oct. 14 during the Synod of Bishops on young people, faith, and vocational discernment, Pope Francis announced Thursday.

The pope announced the date of the young Italian’s canonization during an ordinary public consistory at the Vatican July 19. The canonization will take place alongside six others, including that of Bl. Oscar Romero and Bl. Pope Paul VI, who presided over Sulprizio’s beatification.

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