Testimonials

Videos about the parish center and how is will benefit our parish community.   Testimonials are from adult parishioners, families, teens and the Archbishop about how the parish center will serve our parish and the larger Catholic community!


Archbishop Lucas discusses the importance of a Parish Center to encourage parishioners in their faith and prepare to be sent out to be the light of Jesus to others.  

Mary Ann O’Brien encourages everyone to get involved in the Parish Center capital campaign, to make a meaningful difference as a community.  

Mary Ann O’Brien talks about how we can honor the courage of our church founders by leaving a lasting legacy through the Parish Center.   

Rob Salerno explains how he sees the Parish Center bringing the SVdP extended family together for social growth and community.  

Rob Salerno talks about the importance of having a warm, inviting place right in the parish that can host the many important events in our lives.   

The Barretts talk about how the Parish Center will be an easy way to bring people together, and that it’s worthy of people’s sacrifice to build it.  

Mary Ann O’Brien discusses how a Parish Center will address the practical need for added space at SVdP, while helping bring the community spiritually closer. 

Mary Ann O’Brien believes that the new Parish Center will help the many organizations of SVdP fulfill the mission of Christ.  

SVdP teens describe how an area designed for them will bring them together in faith. 

Teen Lily Foley explains the importance of connecting with other youth in maintaining her solid faith and morals in a difficult world.   

Charlie Wurtz talks about how a Parish Center will enhance the life of the SVdP church, school, organizations and celebrations.  

Teen Claire Janecek talks about how SVdP is a big part of her faith, and how the Parish Center will be a place for young people to find answers to their faith questions.   

Parisioners describe how the Parish Center will serve as a welcoming place for the community at large while helping the parish thrive.  

Charlie Wurtz sees the Parish Center as a place for people to connect through various activities, to help them grow in their faith.