A GREAT TIME HAD BY ALL!!!!
ALL SOULS AND VETERAN’S DAY MASSES AT CATHOLIC CEMETERIES Monday, November 2, All Souls Day: Small pilgrimage of mercy at Calvary Cemetery and Mass at 10 am.
If you have signed up, DON’T FORGET.. As of Wednesday afternoon, we have 23 cars and 42 children attending! Please bring enough treats for 60 children. Holy Spirit Parish Parking Lot Next Friday October 30th 5:45 Parking Lot Opens for car decorating 6:10 Family Fun & Games 6:20 Gathering Prayer & Blessing 6:35 Trunk or Treating Begins
There is a basket of paper leaves available to PRINT the names of two or three beloved, deceased, family and/or friends. Place the leaves in the basket when you have completed printing the names. Their names will be artistically displayed during the month of November–All Souls. There are also All Souls envelopes available at the
Take Advantage of the Upcoming Youth Ministry Events (Link to Diocese) Diocesan Young Adult Retreat, Nov. 8th WHAT: Theme: Vocation – How are you fully living out Christ’s call of your life? WHERE: St. Joseph Church, Cotati WHEN: November 8th from 1:30 pm-5:00 p.m NET- ARMEE band, November 13th WHAT: Theme:
WOMEN’S CLUB – “VICTORIAN TEA” Saturday, November 7th Luncheon, Boutique, Bake Sale, Raffle, Hat Contest—and our new “Cooking in the Spirit” Cookbooks! $25 per person For reservations call: Margie DeMeo 538-3376
NEWS and Notes from the Pastor’s Desk -Children’s Place: Although we have been using it many times already, it is far from finished. I am still researching getting the right play set for our needs. It is a lot more complicated than I had ever imagined. I hope to order one this week. We are also
…from the Pastor’s Desk: This Sunday the readings invite us to consider marriage and the relationship between a man and a woman in marriage. Just a few years back that would not be even considered remotely controversial. Today, such a topic has so many challenges because; let’s face it, modern culture has changed the perception
September 5, 2015 Dear People of God of the Diocese of Santa Rosa: Without the priest there is no Eucharist and without the Eucharist there is no Church. We could rightly add that there would also be no Sacrament of Reconciliation and no Anointing of the Sick. Thus, the recruiting and training of young men
My Dear People of God: In many places around the world, the Church experiences struggles of enormous proportions. In poor dioceses many depend on the Church for social and pastoral support. In regions where Catholics are persecuted help must be distributed discreetly. In nations overloaded beyond their capacity with refugees or victims of war and