See the Diocese Youth & Young Adult office for Summer Retreats, Conferences and Mission Trips at www.sryouth.org or email Stephen Morris at email@example.com. Also suggest to youtube/google these events for a sneak peak. • Youth On a Mission. A discipleship & leadership training by the 7 Northern CA (Arch) dioceses, hosted at Holy Names University.
You are invited to join us next year, no matter what your age, and take the opportunity to grow in your relationship with God and others! NOW IS THE TIME TO REGISTER YOUR CHILDREN FOR THE FALL! Preschool & Kindergarten: Sunday Mornings 10:15 AM- 11:15AMGrades 1 to 5 : Classes will be held Sunday mornings
…..from your Pastor’s Desk: Parting messages have their own impact. The last words said by someone moving away or even going away for a long time hold special places in our hearts. I remember deployments I went on in my 16 years of military service and how touching were those words between husband and wife
Adult Faith Formation If you are interested in joining the Catholic Church or would like an adult update on what you last learned in JR. High School or High School, come join us:Wednesday Nights- 7:00- 8:30PMRosary RoomLed by Thom O’Neill
……from your Pastor’s Desk Memorial Day When I go to Memorial Day wreath laying services at cemeteries I always find it interesting to observe people on this day who don’t believe in Purgatory, or, for that matter, don’t believe in any life after death – same thing at funerals. I can’t help but wonder what
MANY THANKS TO AN AWESOME GROUP OF CATECHISTS THIS YEAR!You are amazing people.We will be in need of a few new catechists and aides in the Fall. If you are interested in becoming a catechist or aide, please contact Megan O’Neill @ firstname.lastname@example.org Training will be provided in the early Fall before classes.
……from your Pastor’s Desk Mother’s Day July will mark my fifth year here. I have prayed, cried, laughed and rejoiced with many of you. I have seen you in great sorrow and great joy. I implored the Lord for what you have asked.What follows here flows from those requests, concerns and often time, tears, as
…..from your Pastor’s Desk: Do You Love Me? Jesus asks Peter a question in Sunday’s Gospel. How would you feel if he asked the same question of you? The former disciples were milling around on the shore of the Sea of Tiberius. (John 21:15closeERROR: The IP key is no longer supported. Please use your access
…..from your Pastor’s Desk: “Thinking Thomas” – No Doubt. There is something to be said for doubt at times. It is a good thing to be able to doubt oneself, provided it doesn’t become an addiction that cripples us; to doubt one’s ideas, one’s principles, one’s work…. And to doubt much of what we hear.