Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle. Be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil. May God rebuke him, we humbly pray. And do thou, O prince of the heavenly hosts, by the power of God, cast into hell Satan and all the evil spirits, who prowl about the world, seeking the ruin of souls.  ~ Amen


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Emeka's House
Fundraising Dinner/Auction

Ticket sold out!
We're grateful for your support.
May God bless you.

October 1, 2022
St. Philip Neri Auditorium

Join us! Share in the mission of the Archangels!

We are sponsoring a dinner and fundraising auction to collect funds toward the building of the orphanage. Here we are promoting the dignity of abandoned, orphaned kids with various forms of physical and mental disabilities. We see Christ in these kids. Our goal is to give them a place to call home -Emeka's House-.



The dinner has been named after the Archangels because as God's powerful messengers, archangels go to distant lands bringing good news. Archangels bring messages of hope, healing, freedom, and salvation to those in need. Archangels protect and defend. Donating to the orphanage is changing the lives of these kids for good. You’re indeed making these kids smile. You're bringing hope, healing, and freedom through being a part of this mission. Yes, we are protecting these kids, helping them to know that they are loved and lovable. Buy your ticket and join in the ministry of the Archangels.


Our goal is to raise $200,000 US dollars to build this home. 


Together, let’s do something beautiful for God!


Deepen Your Faith

The Reality of Marriage:      Natural love and the supernatural relationship
From heaven, the life of St. Jane Frances de Chantal proves that the the mission begun on earth continues. Together with St. Francis de Sales, they show that the bonds of love unite souls forever. / July 31, 2022
Matthew 19:3-12
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Nearer My God

Four reasons the works of mercy are important
by Fr. Andrew Apostoli, C.F.R.

"The second quality mercy adds to love is compassion. Compassion comes from two Latin words meaning "to suffer with" or "to feel the pain or deprivation that our neighbor feels".
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Fr. Vin surveys the orphanage property in Nigeria with two of the sisters

The Orphanage Project
Emeka's House