Are you searching for ways to be firmly anchored to your faith when the strong current of our secular culture tries to pull you away?

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Against the Current – News Edition: 
includes local, national and world news happening in the Catholic world along with upcoming events of interest to our diocese. Want to know about a regional parish event? You’ll find it here! Sent each Wednesday morning straight to your inbox.

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Against the Current – Faith-Builder Edition:
includes various types of content to help you live your Catholic faith. Sections include a weekly feature, praying for our diocese, Catholic living and the Simple Questions, Simple Answers section. This email arrives in your inbox every Saturday, just in time to kick up your feet, grab a cup of coffee (or tea) and dig in.

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Submit personal and parish stories

Has your parish had a recent experience of missionary discipleship? Maybe an event where parishioners were able to learn more about becoming a disciple of Christ? Or have you personally experienced new life in your relationship with Christ by walking with someone else in their journey of faith?

We want to hear about it!

There are many varieties of missionary discipleship, and sharing your experiences with others in the diocese will help us build up more disciples.

What’s your story? Tell us below and we may use your story in future “Against the Current” newsletters or “Bishop’s Bulletin” editions.

Submit your parish happenings

Does your parish have an event coming up that you’d like to invite other parishes in your area to? Or do you have photos from an event you’d like to share? Include your information below. We will consider it for future editions of “Against the Current” or “The Bishop’s Bulletin.”