The Knights of Columbus Council 8599, based at St. Irenaeus Catholic Church in Cypress, joined with other councils nationwide to raise funds to purchase wheelchairs to donate to veterans as part of the Knights’ American Wheelchair Mission. Council 8599’s goal was to raise enough money to be able to donate
On May 17th, St. Irenaeus’ Health Ministry, Bridge of Light: Human Trafficking to Human Triumph Ministry, and Youth Ministry sponsored the workshop, “Taking Action to Prevent Online Child Sexual Exploitation.” This workshop was presented by CBIS (Christian Brothers Investment Services). St. Irenaeus Pastor, Fr. Binh Nguyen, began with a prayer.
If you’ve ever wondered what you can do to prevent the sexual exploitation of children, please join the Lunch & Learn event, “Taking Action to Prevent Child Sexual Exploitation,” on Monday, May 17th at noon via Zoom. The presenters will be two representatives of CBIS (Christian Brothers Investment Services), Chela
Let’s keep the holiday spirit of giving going throughout the year! St. Irenaeus Catholic Church, through their Health Ministry, has recently become a member of the CarePortal network, joining 2,419 other faith communities in the United States. The final CarePortal Information Night presentation will be held via Zoom on Tuesday,
In response to COVID-19, Bishop Kevin Vann of the Diocese of Orange has issued a notice dispensing the Catholic faithful within his Diocese from the weekly obligation to attend Mass. The notice shown at right is posted on the northern entrance to the sanctuary at St. Irenaeus Church in Cypress.
Senator Ling Ling Chang (R-Diamond Bar) and St. Irenaeus Catholic Church in Cypress have a common goal, which is to combat human trafficking. Recently, Senator Chang and members of this faith community partnered together for the 2020 Solidarity Walk & Prayer Vigil to Honor Trafficking Victims in Cypress. Caring participants
St. Irenaeus Health Ministry presented a workshop on “Understanding Depression and Suicide” on January 27th in the Parish Hall. Speakers were psychologist, Tony Nguyen, MA, LMFT, and Deacon Jerry Pyne. Margery Arnold, from the Mental Health Ministry in the Orange County Diocese, also came and distributed valuable resource materials to
Bridge of Light: Human Trafficking to Human Triumph Ministry will host Catholic Relief Services’ TURN ON THE LIGHT Solidarity Walk for Victims of Human Trafficking on Saturday, February 8, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at St. Irenaeus Catholic Church. This solidarity walk starts in the church with Taize prayer and then
St. Hedwig’s Catholic Church hosted over 250 persons would otherwise be alone or Christmas dinner this past Wednesday, Christmas Day, 2019. In attendance were survivors of the Paradise fires, that have recently relocated to the Los Alamitos area, including a 102-year-old woman who lost everything during the disaster. Other attendee’s