St. Irenaeus Catholic Church

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St. Irenaeus’ Bridge of Light: Human Trafficking to Human Triumph Ministry had a successful booth at the Cypress Festival on October 9th that increased community awareness about the global problem of human trafficking. This ministry is part of Health Ministry at St. Irenaeus Catholic Church in Cypress. The Stop Human …continue reading

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St. Irenaeus Catholic Church is hosting a Summer Full of Life Red Cross Blood Drive on Tuesday, August 3 from 1:00 – 7:00 p.m. in the Parish Hall. St. Irenaeus is located at 5201 Evergreen Ave, Cypress, CA 90630. To sign up, go to redcrossblood.org and enter the sponsor code: …continue reading

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How can business and the faith community align themselves as we navigate back into the workplace? Pastors from local churches will discuss how churches can serve and support the business community as restructure occurs following the pandemic. The guest speakers will be Pastor Chris Bronzan of Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church, …continue reading

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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 …continue reading

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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 …continue reading

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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 …continue reading