Is a safe place where you can talk about the things that concern you, worry your or infuriate you.
More than a listening ear and an understanding heart, our groups bring the gifts of prayer,
scripture and devotionals to lift up anyone impacted by cancer.
Anyone deeply impacted by cancer is welcome to participate. Caregivers are also welcome.

9 week book/video bible study

The bible study leads you through scriptures to explore how the Christian faith can support you on your cancer journey.
The bigger you see God and the more intimately you know God, the more you yearn to see how God is working in your life through your cancer. Yet cancer can lead to frustration and questions as you try to make sense of your struggle.

Join us
Monday September 11th – in the Padua room  (right after daily Mass)
or  Tuesday September 12 – 6:30pm in Cupertino Room


(Click here) – to register


(Click here) – for information about the national program.

For more information contact
Kathleen Owen at 919-847-8205, ext 241



New Additions to the parish library in Anthony Hall Room 403

For Kids
Because Someone I Love Has Cancer – by the American Cancer Society
Mom Has Cancer – by Jennifer Moore-Mallinos


When God and Cancer Meet – by Lynn Eib
The Cancer Whisperer – by Sophie Sabbage
Peace In The Face of Cancer – by Lynn Eib
The Cancer Survivor’s Companion – by Frances Goodhart and Lucy Atkins
Praying through Cancer – by Susan Sorensen and Laura Geist
Cancer, You and God – by Bill Paradise
Cancer: What I Wish I Had Known When I Was First Diagnosed – by Michele Ryan
What Cancer Cannot Do – by Zondervan
It’s Cancer – by Venita McCart

How to Help Someone with Cancer – by Shannon Benish
When Someone You Love Has Cancer – by Cecil Murphey
Cancer Caregiving A to Z – by American Cancer Society