Other Ministries

Below are various Ministries affliated with Saint Luke:

BEGGARS FOR THE POOR

"Beggars for the Poor" is a special ministry of the Indianapolis Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Each Saturday morning, volunteers from different Catholic parishes and Christian churches load up a panel truck and go out onto the streets of downtown Indianapolis to provide 100 - 150 homeless men with food, coffee, clothing, personal hygiene items, and a friendly smile.

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I-CAN (INDIANA CATHOLIC CONFERENCE)

Shaping public policy is the responsiblity of every person. This group is responsible for analyzing political issues from a social and moral point of view. Issues important to the Church are selected for further research. I-CAN staff researches and drafts position statements based upon the Church's teachings and pertinent secular information. On a local level, St. Luke disseminates materials produced by I-CAN and takes part in actions as requested.

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NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING

This group helps to educate Catholic spouses on how to deepen conjugal love and achieve responsible parenthood, with specific concern as to certain methods used to achieve and avoid pregnancies.

SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL

This organization provides aid to the poor and needy. Volunteers make home visits, answer the "help Line", and donation pickup phone lines and assist in the warehouse. Meetings are on the second and fourth Sunday following the 9:00 AM Mass. "Beggars for the Poor" is a special ministry of the SVdP. They provide food, clothing, and personal care items to the homeless.

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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 

Interested in joining the Knights of Columbus? The Knights of Columbus organization was founded through the efforts of Fr. Michael McGivney in New Haven, Connecticut in 1882; a time when workplace accidental death and disability were more common than today.  Fr. McGivney (whose cause for canonization is being investigated) hoped to provide financial aid to members and their families in times of need.  The Knights of Columbus promoted fellowship through educational, charitable, religious and social programs.

If you are a practicing Catholic man over the age of 18, we invite you to join the St. Luke the Evangelist Knights of Columbus, Council 14895. For more information on the Knights click the website link below.

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