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Hope for Purity

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Support for Those Wounded

We're here for you

Here at All Saints we know the Light of Christ brings freedom and healing. There is help and hope for you and your loved one. You are not alone. You are loved.

  • Parents can protect their children by starting here.
  • If you are trapped in the clutches of pornography find freedom here.
  • If you have been wounded by another person's use of pornography, find healing here.
  • To learn more about the Church teachings on sexuality go here.

Tuesdays, 7-8:30pm at All Saints


All Saints is a place where men, women, and children can confess their attachment to pornography and their need for help, without fear. We are a place that recognizes mercy and grace, where parishioners can come to get support and attain healing. All Saints recognizes pornography harms individuals and relationships. We are a place where those wounded by another person's sexual sins can find healing and comfort. Pornography’s easy access on the internet can make it a danger to everyone. All Saints provides guidance on protecting the vulnerable through discussions and safeguarding devices.



Click here to watch Fr. Chad VanHoose's Homily


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Did you know?

Every second, nearly 30,000 people are watching porn online. Seventy percent of men aged 18-24 visit porn sites each month. One-third of porn viewers are women. Some experts put the average age at which a child is first exposed to porn as low as age 6. Children under the age of 10 account for one in ten visitors to one pornographic video site, according to one computer security company. But this isn't a secular problem. 21% of Christian men and 2% of Christian women think they might be porn addicts.

Get Involved:

Please contact [email protected] to get information about helping out with the Hope for Purity ministry.