CATHOLIC CHARITIES COUNSELING SERVICES
are available to help adults and/or children cope with numerous life issues, including depression, anxiety, relationship challenges, family conflict and much more. Counseling provided by highly skilled, compassionate Licensed Counselors with an average of 15 years of counseling experience. Most health insurance accepted. Thanks to the Bishop’s Annual Appeal, a subsidized fee scale is available for people who cannot afford the full fee. Please call 919-790-8533 (Raleigh) or 919-388-3065 (Cary) to inquire about services or to schedule an appointment.
PROJECT RACHEL WEEKEND RETREAT
CALLING ALL GRADUATES!
TOTUS TUUS (Totally Yours)
a summer catechetical youth program, is being held at St. Joseph the week of June 7– 12. Rising 1st–6th graders will meet Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m.– 2:30 p.m. The day includes catechetical instruction, daily Mass, songs, games and recess.
Rising 7th– 12th graders will meet Sunday through Thursday, 7:00 p.m.– 9:00 p.m. TOTUS TUUS combines catechesis and having FUN!!!
Cost is $20 with a $60 max per family. Participants in the grade school program should bring a sack lunch. Space is limited and filing quickly. Register today in the community room!
“SING TO THE LORD A NEW SONG”
SUMMER MISSION TRIP
for high school age youth and older (current 8th graders included). We would like to send a group from our parish to Morganton, N.C. June 14- 20. We will need adult chaperones and some fundraising and your commitment SOON. Deposits of $85 per person will hold our spots for this trip. Total cost is $330 per person for food/lodging. Catholic Heart Workcamp (Heartworkcamp.com ) along with Catholic youth ministers and teens, have formed this ministry across the country and beyond. 13,000 strong this summer, in over 50 different cities, parish youth groups and schools have joined together to serve as Christ modeled. As bold Catholics we embrace this challenge to put ourselves aside to serve and restore homes and hearts, feed the hungry, lift the spirits of children, give hope to the disabled, and provide help through partnerships with social agencies.
Each day will be spent either renewing homes by doing such things as painting, housecleaning, yard work, and minor home repairs (experienced trouble-shooters will visit the sites to check on workmanship and provide help when needed); or, helping at day care centers for low-income families by assisting with the children’s programs, working at homeless shelters, or helping at centers that distribute food to the needy.