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Blessed Trinity

Catholic Parish in Cleveland's West Park neighborhood

Links & Resources

Some web sites, not directly affiliated with Blessed Trinity, that you might find useful:

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Diocesan Policies

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Environmental Stewardship

  • Eco-Justice Ministries: For "the well-being of all humankind on a thriving Earth." A Denver-based Christian organization.
  • Rainforest Site: "Provides simple, effective, feel-good ways to address... the preservation of the world's rainforests." Operated by CharityUSA.com.
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Health & Pastoral Needs

  • Breast Cancer Site: "Founded to help fund free mammograms for women in need." Operated by CharityUSA.com.
  • Catholic Relief Services: "Carries out the commitment of the Bishops of the United States to assist the poor and vulnerable overseas... to cherish, preserve and uphold the sacredness and dignity of all human life, foster charity and justice, and embody Catholic social and moral teaching." An organization of the USCCB.
  • Hunger Site: "Provides simple, effective, feel-good ways to address... world hunger." Operated by CharityUSA.com.
  • Liturgy of Lament for the Broken Body of Christ: A liturgy plan for the survivors of clerical sexual abuse, and their loved ones. Published by Future Church, a Cleveland-based grass-roots organization of Catholics.
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Neighborhood Partners

  • Bellaire-Puritas Development Corporation: "Committed to maintaining and enhancing the full diversity of its residential, commercial, industrial communities, and providing the planning necessary to insure the vitality of the neighborhood."
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News Agencies & Publications

  • American Catholic: "Home of the online editions of St. Anthony Messenger, Catholic Update and other Catholic features, is a service of St. Anthony Messenger Press and Franciscan Communications, Cincinnati."
  • National Catholic Reporter: "Print and web news source that stands as [an] independent, journalistic outlet for Catholics and others who struggle with the complex moral and societal issues of the day." Published by The National Catholic Reporter Publishing Company.
  • U.S. Catholic: Popular "religious general-interest magazine." Published by the Claretian Missionaries, "a Roman Catholic religious community of priests and brothers."
  • Zenit: "Nonprofit international news agency." Operated by Innovative Media.
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Social Justice

  • Catholic Disability Teachings: "Dedicated to providing Catholic teachings and suggestions to assist persons with disabilities to participate more fully in the Church." Operated by Dennis McNulty, who works for the Cleveland Catholic Diocese
  • Cleveland Catholic Charities Diocesan Social Action Office: "Seeks to shape a more caring society and a more peaceful world through justice education, advocacy, community development and organizing." A charity run by our Cleveland Catholic Diocese.
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Social Relationships

  • Always Our Children: U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' "pastoral message to parents of homosexual children, and suggestions for pastoral ministers."
  • Divorce and Separated Persons Newsletter: Provides resources, such as the "Earthen Vessels" newsletter, and guidance to area Catholics who are considering or going through marital divorce. Published by the Cleveland Diocesan Department of Marriage & Family Ministry
  • Faith First: "E-media for Catholic spiritual formation." A Cincinnati-based curriculum brand operated by publishing company RCL Benziger.
  • Gay and Lesbian Family Ministry: Ministry of the Cleveland Catholic Diocese.
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World Peace

  • Cleveland Diocese Council on Global Solidarity: Aims "to promote the Church's teaching on global solidarity... to mobilize the people of the Diocese of Cleveland to actions that result in change for our sisters and brothers in other countries." A ministry of our Cleveland Diocese and the USCCB.
  • Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns: "Provides information and analysis of critical issues and events such as peace-building initiatives; practical new relationships with Earth; transparency and participation in political and economic arenas; and just economic alternatives." Operated by the Maryknoll Sisters of St. Dominic, and their Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America.
  • Network: "Educates, lobbies, and organizes for economic and social transformation... for justice and peace." A "progressive voice within the Catholic community."
  • Pax Christi USA: "Section of Pax Christi International, the Catholic peace movement."
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