Our Lady of Fatima

Mass for Asian and Pacific Island Catholics Highlights Unity of Faith

SILVER SPRING, Md. — Participating in their 18th annual Marian pilgrimage in the Washington D.C., area, Asian and Pacific Island Catholics were encouraged to be a "family of families" united in their faith, and to make devotion to Mary and love for Christ central to their homes and an impetus to build a new and better world.

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Stop AAPI Hate

Catholic Groups, Bishops Pray for End To Anti-Asian Hate Crimes, Violence

WASHINGTON — Asian and Pacific Islander Catholic groups and a number of Catholic bishops have joined their voices with others in calling for an end to violence and hate crimes against Americans of Asian and Pacific Island heritage.

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Vietnamese Dance

New book shares ideas to engage Asian Catholics

"The diocesan Office of Multicultural Ministries is ramping up outreach to the Asian and Pacific Island (API) Catholic community through a new book, 'Encountering Christ in Harmony: A Pastoral Response to Our Asian and Pacific Island Brothers and Sisters, published by the U.S. Catholic Conference of Bishops'..."

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USCCB Pastoral Response API Catholics

U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops Announces Encountering Christ in Harmony: A Pastoral Response to Our Asian and Pacific Island Brothers and Sisters

Approved by the U.S. bishops during their Spring 2018 General Assembly, the pastoral response will guide the Catholic Church in the United States in addressing the pastoral needs of Asian and Pacific Island communities and provide a framework for dioceses and parishes for creating their pastoral plans or actions specific to their circumstances.

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Lightworks

Lightworks

Lightworks is 14 weeks of praying and sharing Lectio Divina Ignatian Prayer with imagination.

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API Leaders 2

Asian and Pacific Island Catholic leaders support bishops' pastoral document

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Bishop Oscar Solis

Bishop Oscar Solis talks about pastoral response to Asian, Pacific Island Catholic communities

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Altar with Crucifix

Multicultural Mass Information

Discover when and where to attend a Mass in a different language or with a specific culture. The Catholic Diocese of Arlington offers multiple, regular Masses for the following communities: Brazilian, Cameroon, Deaf Ministry, Eritrean (Ge'ez Rite), Filipino, Irish (Gaelic), Ghanaian, Indian Syro-Malabar Rite, Indian (Tamil), Korean, Sierra Leone and Vietnamese.

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