Social Justice

Our next Prayer to Action Series:

Prayer For Life

Join us as we pray for those experiencing unexpected pregnancies.
Jennifer Meyer, Director of Options for Women East, will be our speaker.
Options for Women offers no-cost resources to women who are or think they might be unexpectedly pregnant.  
It will be held on Monday, May 13th @ 7:00 PM in the St. Francis Chapel 
All are welcome to this evening of prayer and learning.

Baby Shower
May 11th & 12th
Benefiting Options for Women East and Woodbury Options for Women
Wish List:
Clothes - newborn to size 2T - sleepers, onesies, socks, shoes - baby outfits 0-12 months
Diaper bags - baby bath sets - lotions, soaps
Disposable / Washable nursing pads - nursing covers / burp cloths  - receiving blankets
baby bath towels and washcloths- first feeding set - bowls, utensils - formula dispensers
Baby toys that attach to car seat / stroller - boppy with cover - body pillow with cover
Maternity clothes - all sizes
We prefer donations be new - we do accept gently used clothing
We can not accept car seats, walkers, high chairs, booster seats, play pens or cribs
Please contact Deacon Larry Amell @ 651.768.3008

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The Social Justice Committee exists to organize, educate and inspire Saint Ambrose parishioners to make the social teachings of the Church real and active in their lives and the lives of the community as a whole. Remembering that Christ said “Whatever you do unto the least of these, you do unto me”, our work is guided through the teachings toward securing economic and social justice for all people, especially those most in need.
The Committee plans and implements events and programs that inform, educate and help promote the social teachings of the Catholic Church. Events include quarterly coffee sale, fair trade sale, justice speakers as well as special events like Fiesta Grande for Friends of the Orphans, Feed My Starving Children and the Justice and Outreach Fair. The Committee meets monthly September through May.
  For more information on our Social Justice program, please contact:
  Deacon Larry Amell