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Tips for welcoming all to the parish community.
Parishes where people with disabilities serve in ministerial or leadership roles tend to be the most accommodating.
Parents whose children have Down syndrome or autism spectrum disorders can obtain a Catholic education that integrates their learning with typical students.
‘Momma, all I want to be is a saint,’ Kara Jackson has told her mother. The family has visited 40 states already, so that Kara can fulfill her dream. They consider each trip a pilgrimage.
For the past six years, the White Mass in the Archdiocese of Washington has honored caregivers and individuals with disabilities or mental challenges.
The Holy Father virtually joined young people with disabilities and special needs in his second Google Hangout, sharing jokes, advice and encouragement.