12100 Pioneer Trail
Eden Prairie, MN 55347
PARISH OFFICE HOURS:
Monday - 8:00am-4:30pm
Tuesday - 8:00am-4:30pm
Wednesday - 8:00am-4:30pm
Thursday - 8:00am-4:30pm
Friday - 8:00am-12:00pm
Saturday - 8:00am-12:30pm
Sunday - Closed
I'M NEW HERE - NEW MEMBER INFO
LAY LEADERSHIP - MINISTRY COUNCILS
MISSION, VISION, VALUE STATEMENTS
PAX CHRISTI HISTORY
CARE AND SUPPORT MINISTRY
12-STEP SUPPORT GROUPS
ANOINTING OF THE SICK
CHARITY AND SERVICE
MINISTRY TO CARE CENTERS/HOME BOUND/HOSPITALS
PAX PETS MINISTRY
SEPARATED AND DIVORCED
CARE AND SUPPORT COUNCIL
WHAT IS FAITH FORMATION?
CATHOLIC SCHOOL DIRECTORY
SUNDAY EVENING MEALS
FAITH FORMATION COUNCIL
CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHINGS VIDEO SERIES
Blessed Trinity Catholic School, Richfield
Centro Guadalupano, Minneapolis
Project for Pride in Living, Inc. (PPL), Minneapolis
Risen Christ Catholic School, Minneapolis
Small Sums, St. Paul
St. Anne's Place, Minneapolis
St. Stephen's Human Services, Minneapolis
ANOINTING OF THE SICK
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BOY SCOUT TROOP 370
CUB SCOUT PACK 348
RELAY FOR LIFE
SENIOR MINISTRY - BOOMERS!
VACATION BIBLE CAMP
VENTURE CREW 370
YOUNG ADULTS – WEST METRO YOUNG ADULTS
MAKE A DONATION
YEAR END FINANCIAL REPORT
ROMAN CATHOLIC HOLY DAYS
LITURGICAL MINISTER SCHEDULE
CLICK HERE to view Pax Christi featured in the Eden Prairie Sun Current: Growing with care: Pax Christi members garden for those in need.
Images from nature can be found throughout scripture because they resonate well with the human experience. We understand the cycle of life (and death) from what we see in nature, and we get glimpses of God’s relationship with us by exploring the relationships of living things in nature. The abundance of God’s love is evident in the abundance of life described in the creation story and all that follows.
Humans intersect with nature to create gardens, and provide an added layer of importance and consideration. The Garden of Eden describes a paradise and a place for an encounter with God. The ‘agony in the garden’ where Jesus prayed before being arrested, and the garden-like setting of the empty tomb signifying the resurrection all help us draw more deeply into the mystery of faith. It is in a garden where the wheat and grapes are tended to become the bread and wine we offer, the Body and Blood of Christ.
We celebrate this nourishment and sustenance. Help plant, maintain, and harvest the vegetable garden in the Pax Christi "Giving Garden" each spring.
Each year more than 1,200 pounds of produce are donated to the local PROP food shelf serving our neighbors in need. You are invited to be part of the crew for the coming season. Join us to help plan, plant, weed and water, or harvest. Come once or come often. Families are welcome too!
To help us get organized, please sign up below. For more information please call the parish office, 952-941-3150.
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