WE GATHER TOGETHER AS ONE IN CHRIST
WE ARE STRONG IN OUR FAITH
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Oregon Deaf Ministries
Our Lady of the Lake -- Lake Oswego
Interpreted Mass 1st Sunday 5:00
ICDA Meetings 1st Sundays at 2:30
Misa de Sordo y Español 1st Sábado 7 pm
ASL & Spanish Mass 1st Saturday 7 pm
ICDA Young Adult Group
Interpreted Mass 2nd & 4th Sundays 10:30
Winter 2020 Schedule:
• Young Adult Group 4th Fridays 6-8 pm
• Confirmation - youth 2nd Sundays 11:30 am
• RCIA - Adult Group 2nd Tuesdays 6 pm
• Spiritual Direction by appointment
and ASL SEEL group
• Faith Formation Group 3rd Tuesdays 6-7 pm
All Religious Education, Spiritual Direction, and Groups in ASL with Voice interpreting.
St John the Apostle
Interpreted Mass 3rd Sundays 10:30 am
& Holy Days Obligation
Spring Lenten Study:
Weekday Mass Fridays 8 am ASL Bible Study Fridays 9 am
Deaf Faith in Action Volunteer Team
Father's Heart Homeless Lunches
(contact for location)
ASL Mass Sundays 10:30 am
K of C Breakfast First Sundays 9-10:30
Interpreted Eucharist Prep TBA
WELCOME to the Catholic Deaf Community
ICDA is an organization of Catholic Deaf people and hearing people in the church,
working together to for spiritual development, service, and study.
All activities are accessible through ASL with Deaf Leaders,
and ASL and ASL-Spanish Interpreters.
We share our faith through many different educational programs:
faith formation, bible studies, retreats, and youth programs.
All in ASL.
Our Catholic Deaf ICDA theme is,
"Keep Our Faith Strong."
Join us at for Faith Study group, a service project, or signed Mass
to develop a deeper relationship with God, Jesus Christ, and your Catholic Faith.
All ICDA events and Faith Study groups are signed in
ASL or ASL-Spanish.
We are Deaf Catholics.
We are Deaf Catholic families.
We are ASL Interpreters.
We are Deaf or
we advocate for the Deaf.
We see the needs around us,
and spend time sharing our faith through acts of mercy, small group study, retreats, Mass,
group service projects.
We worship in several locations.
We sign, we lipread, we talk.
We are Deaf,
we are Hard-of-Hearing,
we are hearing.
But we are ONE
through Christ Jesus.
"What good is it, if someone says he has faith but does not have works? Can that faith save him? . . . Demonstrate your faith to me without works, and I will demonstrate my faith to you from my works." James 2:14, 18
Through our Catholic faith, we are committed to spreading our faith and love through social justice service projects in our communities.
HELP US TO SPREAD OUR
LOVE AND FAITH
To feed the hungry.
To give water to the thirsty.
To clothe the naked.
To shelter the homeless.
To visit the sick.
To visit the imprisoned, or ransom the captive.
To bury the dead.
This is our Catholic Corporal Works of Mercy.
Jesus said, "If you do this to the least of them, you do it for me."