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Our Mission Statement is…

  to foster and affirm vocations to the priesthood and vowed religious life in the Diocese of El Paso through this ministry and affirm our members' common Catholic faith.

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Welcome to the Serra Club          of El Paso, Texas

All members of our club welcome you and warmly invite you to learn about our work to serve the Catholic Church of El Paso.

Serra is an international organization with clubs throughout the world. Our members are lay Catholic men and women like you who work together to execute the charge of Pope John Paul II to be the: “Vocation Arm of the Church”.

Our Serra Club of El Paso works closely with His Excellency Bishop Mark Seitz of the Diocese of El Paso to promote vocations to the priesthood and all consecrated religious life and to affirm and to support all religious in their sacred ministry. By doing this great work our members fulfill their Christian vocation to service.

How can you become a member?                         

It is as easy as going to lunch.

The membership path is comfortable and paced to give you time to make an informed decision. Register here to join us for a FREE Lunch and meet a few of your new best friends:

 

  IMPORTANT LINKS FOR SERRA CLUB EDUCATION

The Vatican: www.vatican.va

Serra International: www.serra.org

Serra USA: www.serraus.org

Diocese of El Paso: www.elpasodiocese.org

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

Vocation Office, Diocese of El Paso

 St. Charles Borromeo Seminary

 

 

The Roman Catholic Diocese of El Paso, established in 1914, includes 10 counties (El Paso, Hudspeth, Jeff Davis, Culberson, Brewster, Ward, Winkler, Loving, Reeves, Presidio).  in far West Texas covering 26,686 square miles.  The Catholic population served by the Diocese is 656,035 (of 811,739).  The Diocese is made up of 55 parishes, 22 missions, and 17 ministries.  The ministries serve the unique multicultural, multilingual needs of the diocese and community.

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