Our Philosophy Statement
We believe that God is our heavenly Father as Jesus taught us. (Lk, 11:2-4)
We believe that Jesus is the Son of God. (John, 14:6)
We believe that the Holy Spirit remains with us today in the Catholic Church to enlighten, guide, and instruct us. (John, 14:26)
We believe that the Blessed Virgin Mary is the Immaculata, God's masterpiece of human nature, wholly beautiful and without a blemish (Cant. 4:7), and full of grace (Luke 1:28). She is our Mother and as Mediatrix of Grace, continually reminds us to do whatever He tells us. (John, 2:5)
We believe that the Apostles Creed succinctly summarizes our Catholic Faith.
We believe that Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition make up a single Sacred deposit of the Word of God, which is entrusted to the Church. (Dogmatic Constitution of Divine Revelation, 9, 10)
We believe that parents must be acknowledged as the first and foremost educators of their children. (Gravissimum Educationis, 3)
We believe in fidelity and complete obedience to the Magisterium of the Church, particularly, the Pope, our Holy Father, who, as St. Peter's successor, continues to instruct the faithful in matters of faith and morals.