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Creating Space to explore Ecological Justice at St. Ignatius:

At St. Ignatius parish we’ve discerned our call to work for ecological justice as a community.  We seek to be formed by Laudato Si and transformed by the Gospel so that caring for creation leads us to be in solidarity with our sisters and brothers who suffer from poverty, displacement, or exclusion.  Learn about the variety of ways that you can join us below! 

Lenten Small Groups:

This Lent gather with fellow parishioners to reflect on Laudato Si, build community, and share ideas about how we can work for ecological justice together.   Parishioners can choose between two different formats -- Climate Change: Call to Conversionand Healing Relationships in Lent with Pope Francis.  Below is a description of each program as well as times of small groups that are open for new members.  To sign up, leave your name and contact information near a group on the vestibule bulletin board or email  Additional small groups will be added throughout January as they form.  read more...

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Next Community Night will be February17, 2016!  Call for information 503-777-1491 *RSVP for childcare*

     Are you interested in St. Ignatius Community Night?
Then come to the next Community Night on Wednesday, February 17th beginning at 6:00pm in Dillon Hall.
      If you have more questions?  Contact Gary Scharff or Molly Daudelin at,   Co chairs for St. Ignatius Pastoral Council. They can help with getting you answers to your Questions

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Papal Encyclicals

Also available in Book form at the office

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Parish Address

3400 SE 43rd Ave
Portland, Oregon 97206
Phone: (503) 777-1491
Fax: (503) 777-3142

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday 9:00am - Noon; 1:00 - 4:00pm
Friday 9:00am - Noon

St. Ignatius School

3330 SE 43rd Ave
Portland, OR 97206
Phone: (503) 774-5533

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