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Salt of the Earth

Embracing Our Catholic
Identity and Mission

Welcome to the Salt of the Earth series, where we celebrate and embrace our Catholic identity while fulfilling our social mission. Throughout the year, join us in a journey of faith, service, and community as we explore what it means to be the salt of the earth in today’s world.

Our series are designed to deepen your understanding of Catholic teachings, rooted in Christ, inspire acts of kindness and compassion, and foster human connections. 

Join us as we strive to live out the values of love, mercy, and justice, making a positive impact on our communities and beyond. Together, let’s be the salt of the earth, spreading the light of Christ and building a better world for all.

The Eucharist and Social Doctrine


Join us for The Eucharist and Catholic Social Doctrine presentation, part of the Salt of the Earth Series of dialogue and formation about current issues in the Church and society. This event will delve into the profound connections between the Eucharist and our call to love and serve our neighbors, reflecting on how participating of the Eucharist compels us to engage more deeply with the world around us in compassion and solidarity.

Upcoming and Past Events

March 2, 2024: Embracing the Truth of Human Dignity

May 18, 2024: Eucharist and Social Doctrine with Yohan Garcia

June 22, 2024: ¬†Political Life ‚Äď Role of Church in Society

TBD, September 2024: Intercultural Competency

TBD, November 2024: Christian Anthropology Human Person Imago Dei

TBD, February 2025: Option for the Poor

TBD, April 2025: Racial Awareness

TBD, June 2025: Integral Human Ecology




As believers in the profound teachings of our faith, we are committed to fostering a culture that reveres life in all its stages and forms. In this spirit, we are delighted to present a collection of Novena Resources dedicated to the sanctity of every life, with a special focus on the preborn, elderly, people with disabilities, homeless, migrants, women, children, those in prisons, and the sick.