St. Francis of Assisi Parish

St. Francis of Assisi Parish
November 2, 2014 • The Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed (All Souls’ Day)
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From the Pastor’s Desk
major tourist a rac on in Palermo, Sicily, and Rome
are the OFM Capuchin cemeteries. I have always
had an interest in cemeteries. Some may think
that I am stranger than meets the eye! But there is
something about passing the headstones of those who have
gone home to God. When I walk through an old cemetery,
especially in San Juan Bau sta, not only do I pass by and recall
my own family members for many genera ons, but also the
res ng place of many people I knew or whose families I know.
These places are living memorials of some great and some
not so great people who have in some way had an impact on
my life.
The Hispanic culture has a
wonderful tradi on of families
construc ng altars on this day of
All Souls, be er known as El Dia
de los Muertos, the Day of the
Dead. On these altars are placed
photographs of important people
in the life of the family. Along with
the photographs are some special
remembrances of the deceased.
The photographs and mementos
are sacramentals that make the
deceased loved ones present to
their family and friends. This is a wonderful tradi on.
I think a danger of our American imagina on is that
death is so sterile and final. This really is contrary to our faith
as Chris ans and Catholics.
The doctrine of the Communion of Saints is integral to
who we are. Death is not an end, but a con nua on of a relaonship of love. Death does not end that rela onship. This is
part of the doctrine of the Resurrec on of Jesus. There is no
longer a finality of physical death. The most important part of
who we are and the rela onships we form in life con nues for
all eternity. The spirit of God that is breathed into each living
person cannot die. This spirit that was given in life con nue
in death.
Many of us were raised to pray for the Poor Souls in
Purgatory. I am not really sure if Purgatory is a place or
simply a process of purging our hearts and souls of all that
WEEKEND MASSES
Saturday Vigil 5:15pm
Sunday 7:30am, 9:30am, Noon
WEEKDAY MASSES
(in St. Clare Chapel)
12:10pm
is more important than God. At the me of death, I firmly
believe that we have the invita on to embrace our God face
to face. Wow, what a vision that might be! Some of us may
not be ready to have that encounter because our lives are too
clu ered with fears, worries, resentments, anger, etc., that
block that encounter. So, we con nue to pray for those who
have passed from this earthly life, just as we may have prayed
for them in life, that they be free to let go of all that blocks
them from the loving embrace of God. I really believe that
Purgatory does not begin at death, but right now in life.
This is that me of the year not
only to remember those who have
passed from this life but also to
take stock of our own lives as to
what it is we need to relinquish
to be able to hear the invita on
of God and, when the moment
comes, to pass freely from the
embrace of our loved ones to the
loving embrace of God.
Let us bring to prayer those
who have passed this year. I bring
to mind my Dad who taught me so
well to care about others and to be
of generous service. I remember the lady from Oaxaca, Mexico who I was with last Monday, and who died suddenly from
leukemia that had been diagnosed less than a few days before.
I remember the middle-aged man, a physician, whose funeral
we celebrated a week or so ago, who cared for people suffering
from HIV and AIDS and generously served the poorest of the
poor in the tropics of South America on a regular basis. They
have touched my life, and I remember the good they did, and
the Spirit of God that they generously shared with so many.
Who are those that rise in your consciousness? Let us
bring them to prayer in thanksgiving and in the hope that our
prayer will in some way bring them closer to the embrace of
our loving God—if they are not already there.
May the Lord Give You Peace…. Un l next week…. kjl
P.S. Old Mission San Luis Rey hosted a Day of the Dead
celebra on a ended by over 25,000 people! Fr. Franklin
shared this link: h p://vimeo.com/33988178. Enjoy!
RECONCILIATION
Saturdays 4:00-5:00pm
or by appointment
CHURCH HOURS
M-Th 9:00am-3:00pm
Fri 9:00am-1:30pm
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Is God Calling You? RCIA Inquiry
“Little Books” for Advent
“We will prepare for the coming of our God...”
Available after Masses
November 15/16 and 22/23
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i le books—booklets of short
reflec ons for the season of Advent,
will be available to you for $1 in
the church a er Mass—and in the Parish Center office M-F,
9:00am-4:00pm, beginning the weekend of November 15/16.
Keep one in your car, next to your bed, in your office.... This
Advent, welcome God daily into your life with these short
scriptures and reflec ons.
Mondays
6:30 - 8:30pm
Parish Center
s God calling you to a
deeper rela onship?
Been coming here for
awhile and want to know
more? Bap zed as a child
but never confirmed? Perhaps this is the me to look into
joining our parish family.
Inquiry is an informal opportunity to learn about the
Catholic faith and explore your own ques ons—who is God
for me, what is Bap sm, what is going on during Mass, can I
name and live my values in a deeper way as part of this faith
community? We meet for six Mondays. Join us! For more
informa on, contact Peggy Chambers, Pastoral Associate
([email protected] rancisparish.com or 443-8084 x103).
CĔĒĊ BĊ Ć PĆėę Ĕċ OĚė SĚĈĈĊĘĘ!
MARDI GRAS GALA
January 31, 2015 • 5:00 – 10:00pm
Red Lyon Hotel Woodlake Conference Center
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ou can contribute to the ongoing success of this important fund raiser in several ways: by a ending, sponsoring
a table, contribu ng an auc on or raffle item, or making a
dona on. Help us to spread the word to make this the most
successful Mardi Gras Gala ever! Come join the fun and be
a part of suppor ng our Parish. Proceeds benefit our Step
Ministry, our outreach program to our homeless brothers and
sisters, as well as other parish programs.
You are Invited
to attend
the Dedication of our New Altar
at the Noon Mass
Mardi Gras Gala Features
with Bishop Soto
TICKETS
Sunday, November 23, 2014
$55 per person un l December 1
$60 per person a er December 1
RESERVED SEATING
Reseraved sea ng for tables of 10—get your
friends together and reserve a table for 10!)
Our Parish Book of
Remembrance
MARDI GRAS GALA FUN
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radi onally, November
is the month when the
Church honors our beloved
dead. Every November at
St. Francis we gather the names of those who have died
during the past year and inscribe them in our Parish Book of
Remembrance, which is then placed at the font. On the pages
provided, you are invited to add the names of loved ones who
have died. Our Book of Remembrance will be displayed in the
church throughout November.
Delicious dinner, live music, DJ, dancing, raffle,
silent and live auc on.
HOT AUCTION AND RAFFLE ITEMS
Vaca on homes, trips, fine wines, sports and
recrea on ac vi es, cultural ac vi es, theatre
ckets, and some big surprises!
More informa on or to purchase your ckets:
www.s rancisparish.com: click calendar then
special events; or call Galen (443-8084 x 114).
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FOAM – Families On A Mission
ANNUAL WOMEN’S RETREAT
“Retreat, Reϐlect, Renew”
The Season of Sharing—Our Time and Talents
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Save the date: Sunday, November 16
Saturday, November 15
11:00am-4:45pm
Brunsman Hall
(10:30-11:00am registra on and hospitality)
rop over to Brunsman
Hall a er 9:30 Mass,
and enjoy the coffee and
donuts SPONSORED BY
FOAM. Watch a presenta on
about FOAM. Learn how you,
as a family (or individual),
can explore opportuni es to
serve our community.
“Through silence, music, prayer, reflection
handouts and sharing, we will experience
different types of prayer, and reflect on which
ways we are being called to a more personal,
intimate and loving relationship with God.”
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Commi ee members will be available to talk to you
about signing up for community service and/or becoming part
of the FOAM leadership team. If you are unable able to a end
the presenta on, there will be a table outside the church
a er the 5:15pm and 7:30am Masses with a friendly volunteer offering a snack and brochure and ready to answer your
ques ons about FOAM. (Noon Mass a endees are invited to
come early and join us for coffee and donuts.)
hris ne Jurisich is an enthusias c and
experienced retreat facilitator who is
preparing a wonderful opportunity for women to take me
away from their busy lives to draw closer to God. She worked
for 10 years facilita ng retreats for the na onal spiritual
growth ministry, Ministry of Mothers Sharing, and eight years
ago, she created a retreat series, “Retreat, Reflect, Renew,”
which became the inspira on for her book of the same tle.
She now facilitates retreats on the book’s concepts at Mercy
Center Auburn.
Please contact FOAM Chair Samara Palko ([email protected]
gmail.com) with ques ons or for more informa on.
Sign up a er Mass this weekend, or go to our website to
register, and join us for an a ernoon of retreat, reflec on and
renewal. Be sure to bring a friend!
SAVE THE DATE!
Alternative (to Commercialism) Christmas Faire
Sunday, November 23
8:30am-2:00pm
Brunsman Hall
A NIGHT WITH THE CLASSICS
St. Francis Elementary Auction & Gala
P
lease plan to do your Christmas
shopping at the St. Francis 2014
Alterna ve Christmas Faire. Our vendors
represent non-profits that work on behalf
of our brothers and sisters in need. In giving to these charies, you will receive the perfect gi . You will experience the
gra fica on of knowing that you helped someone in need
and have the pleasure of giving your gi to a loved one in
your life.
Saturday, November 15
5:00pm
The California Auto Museum
(2200 Front Street)
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n evening out to benefit the community of St. Francis
Elementary. Raffle, silent auc on, live auc on, dinner and
dancing. Tickets: $60/person at www.s ranciselem.org.
"For it is in giving that we receive." —St. Francis of Assisi
We need your help to make our premiere fundraiser a
success! Please consider dona ng your me and talents, making a dona on, or becoming an event sponsor. Help us raise
$40,000 for our community! Sign up to volunteer at h ps://
vols.pt/gWKiRP.
For more informa on, please call Gary and Mary Myrick
(536-9753).
Thanksgiving Mass
Thursday, November 27
10:00am in the Church
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id you know that the word “eucharist” is Greek for
“thanksgiving”? Come and join our parish community
in our Thanksgiving Eucharis c Celebra on. You are
invited to bring food items for your Thanksgiving table at home
to be blessed at the end of Mass.
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YĔĚė FĎēĆēĈĎĆđ SĚĕĕĔėę
Requesting a Communion Visit
Regular Giving (Offertory)
(Includes direct deposit and online dona ons)
October 12
Because there is one
bread, we who are
many are one body,
for we all partake of
the one bread.
$7,559
Year-to-date (7/1/2014-10/18/2014)
Last year
$ Change
% Change
$182,140
171,378
10,762
6.3%
(1 Corinthians 10: 17)
Designated Donations
O
ur 15 newly-trained
Communion Visita on
Ministers have joined those who were already a part of this
wonderful ministry. All are available to take communion to
those who are homebound, as well as to those who are hospitalized, or who are in a care facility. To be able to embrace
those outside of the walls of our church, to be able to bring
Communion to those who cannot be with us to share in the
Eucharist, is truly part of God’s grace.
(Includes direct deposit and online dona ons)
Building Fund (includes ONE Campaign 25% share)
Dona ons to date (7/1/2014-10/18/2014)
$27,985
Last year
18,064
$ Change
9,921
% Change
54.9%
Step Ministry
Dona ons to date (7/1/2014-10/18/2014)
Last year
$ Change
% Change
$10,375
10,781
-406
-3.8%
Francis House (October 2014)
To request a visit from a Communion Visita on Minister
for you or a loved one, email: sfcommunionvisita [email protected]
com. Please include your phone contact informa on in your
email. Ques ons about this ministry? Contact Galen ([email protected]
s rancisparish.com or 443-8084 x114).
$1,419
ONE Campaign OCTOBER 2014 Update
Goal:
Pledged & One-Time GiŌs:
% of Goal:
# of giŌs:
% parƟcipaƟon:
$653,833.00
$463,223.00
70.8%
244
15%
A New Option During Communion
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ishop Soto has approved Fr. Ken’s
request, on a trial basis, to offer mustum at Communion me for those unable to consume alcohol. This will be a new
prac ce in the Diocese of Sacramento. Mustum is grape juice that contains no addi ves,
and in which the fermenta on process has been suspended.
It is available from only two sources in the United States.
PėĆĞĊė RĊĖĚĊĘęĘ
Pray for Our Brothers and Sisters
Who Are Ill or in Pain
Be e Jackson • Michele Dyke
If you wish to receive the Blood of Christ in the form of
mustum, please let Fr. Ken know. Because it is being offered
on a trial basis, we need to keep count of how many people
ask for this op on, and we also need to know so that we can
prepare enough for all those who wish to receive in this way.
The Blessed Sacrament in the form of mustum will be offered
in one cup next to the minister serving the low-gluten hosts at
the foot of the pillar just inside the K St. transept. As with the
minister offering the low-gluten hosts, this minister can be
iden fied by a nametag, “Mustum.”
Who Have Been Called to Eternal Life
Deputy Danny Oliver • Detec ve Michael David Davis, Jr.
Mass Intentions for this Week
Nov. 2 Sun.
Nov. 3
Nov. 4
Nov. 5
Nov. 6
Nov. 7
Mon.
Tue.
Wed.
Thu.
Fri.
7:30am
9:30am
12:10pm
12:10pm
12:10pm
12:10pm
12:10pm
Confrats (for friars)
Pro Populo (for parishioners)
Juliet Miller
Maria Del Refugio
Adah Hill†
Adah Hill†
Adah Hill†
It is also important for all Catholics to understand “that
the Catholic faith teaches that Christ, whole and en re, and
the true Sacrament, is received even under only one species”
(General Instruc on of the Roman Missal 282; cf Catechism of
the Catholic Church, 1390).
T
o request that your loved one be added to our prayer
request list, please contact Galen Unruh, Director of
Outreach (443-8084 x114 or [email protected] rancisparish.com). To
request a Mass Inten on, please contact SJeanay Willis Bolden,
Parish Secretary (443-8084 or [email protected] rancisparish.com).
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Our Covenant of Sharing Continues...
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hank you to all who par cipated in
our Covenant of Sharing Commitment weekend! To each of you who
covenanted with one another and our God
to help with special events, to share your
exper se and skills, to serve in parish ministry, to give financial support on a regular
basis to our parish—thank you!
Breakfast Ministers
2nd and 4th Thursdays
5:30-7:15am
Covenant of
Sharing
Are you an early riser?
Do you wish to grow in your capacity
for compassion and love?
Is your spirit nourished by making
a difference?
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f so, please consider becoming a member of our Breakfast
Ministry. As a Breakfast Minister, you will be part of a
team that starts its day by offering a hot cup of coffee and a
light breakfast of prepackaged food items to our 16 homeless
guests who spend the night in the Parish Center Courtyard.
For more informa on, please call Nora: 296-7884.
It’s never too late to be part of this Covenant of Sharing, to share with your parish family the gifts with which
God has graced you. There is a place for you and what you
have to offer here at our table and in our community.
Look for one of the special cards in your pew (or in
the church literature racks) and make your commitment to
St. Francis today. Let us know that you will be con nuing your
current par cipa on in ministry, or par cipa ng in a new
ministry, or helping with special events/ liturgies, or offering
your skills/exper se, or giving financial support on a regular
basis—or all of the above! (You may also use the form to sign
up to receive offering envelopes, or to sign up for direct deposit
or recurring credit card dona ons).
Children’s Choir for Christmas
T
he St. Francis Parish Children’s
choir is looking for kids who
can read (1st grade and up) and
who love to sing. We will be praccing for the Christmas Eve Family
Mass on Sundays from 9:00-9:30am
in the Parish Center Chapel, beginning Sunday, November 2.
For more informa on, please contact Janet S tes
(janets [email protected]).
Please place your completed card in one of the boxes
labeled “Covenant of Sharing” located by the church doors or
drop it by the Parish Center during the week.
Gardeners: Saturday or Tuesday mornings
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It may take a li le while for us to sort through the cards
and to follow up with you, but you will hear from a volunteer or member of the parish staff within the next couple of
weeks. That is our commitment to you!
all is here and the leaves are falling
and can’t get up by themselves.
Gardeners needed! Our gardening
teams need some help for the next
few months. Fall is coming and there
is more for them to do. Can you give
a few hours a month to help prepare
the Parish grounds for the weekend
Masses? Even one Saturday a month is
a great help. Just come to the church and check in with Felipe
on Saturday mornings, 7:00 - 9:00am, or with Joe on Tuesday
mornings.
“Now is a very acceptable me. Now is the day of our
salva on.”—2 Cor:2
Church Cleaning Ministers
J
ust like your house, God's house
needs to be cleaned regularly to keep
it up and make everyone feel welcome.
We now have a core cleaning ministry
group, but we can always use more help.
Many hands make light work!
Step Ministers: Saturdays
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Come join us for some or all of two
hours Saturday mornings from 7:00am9:00am. We have something for everyone. With a full crew we can break up
the work into sec ons vacuuming, dus ng, polishing, removing wax, clearing off used candles, washing the pews, etc. We
are currently se ng up a monthly schedule.
Please contact Fran Tom ([email protected]) and let
her know which Saturdays you can help us out.
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s a Step Minister you will have
the opportunity to serve as part
of a team that provides a welcoming
presence for the homeless guests of
our parish. The commitment is one
day a week, 6:00pm-7:30pm. This
ministry provides a safe, peaceful
and private place for our guests to
sleep at the Parish Center Courtyard.
The ministry is rooted in scripture
and responds to the call to welcome strangers, provide shelter
to the wanderer and not turn away from the needs of others.
For more informa on, please call Nora: 296-7884.
OēČĔĎēČ: Ađđ AėĊ WĊđĈĔĒĊ
MĔėĊ IēċĔėĒĆęĎĔē
Children’s Liturgy of the Word (CLOW)
Sundays during the Liturgy of the Word at our 9:30am
Mass, children K-4th grade are escorted from the church to
the Parish Center Chapel by an adult catechist for CLOW. No
registra on required. Parents may accompany their children.
Healing of Grief and Loss
December 6: 9:15am-3:00pm, Mercy Center Auburn.
Facilitators: Sr. Margaret Ann Walsh, spiritual director and
former chaplaincy director; and Barbara Freuler, member of the
“Ministry to the Bereaved” at St. Teresa Parish, Auburn. Grief is
a normal response to loss or change. Support at the right me
can truly make a difference. This day offers prac cal tools for
dealing with grief, which include prayer, instruc on,reflec on,
and sharing—and concludes with a meaningful and comfor ng
ritual. Our commitment is to help you on the path to recovery
with an open heart filled with loving remembrance, ready to
embrace life. This day has brought healing to numerous people.
To register: www.mercycenter.org.
Church Tours
4th Sundays a er Noon Mass.
Contemplative Prayer
Mondays, 6:00pm in the Parish Center Chapel.
Tuesdays a er 12:10pm Mass in St. Clare Chapel.
Gospel Series
Sundays, 11:00-11:45am in the Parish Center. Reflec on
and medita on on the gospel. Sponsored by the Peace & Jusce Commi ee. More info: Mary Myrick (536-9753).
Marriage and the Mystery of God
November 4, 13, and 20: The Diocese of Sacramento
is offering a three-class series that will explore the depths
of marriage as God designed it, unlock the profound nature
of marriage as a Sacrament, and provide prac cal ways for
marriages not just to survive but flourish. Taught by John
Hamlon, MA, from 6:30 – 8:30pm in Sacramento. $25 for the
series. For more info on loca ons and to register, go to www.
TheMeaningOfLove.info.
Healing Prayer
Healing Prayer ministers are available to pray for you or
your loved ones through God’s goodness and grace in simple
prayer. Email your prayer pe ons to [email protected] rancisparish.com, or call the parish office (443-8084).
High School Youth Ministry
High School Youth Ministry meets the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month from 6:00-8:00pm in the Parish Center.
Light dinner provided. Don’t forget to bring a friend!
Fall at San Damiano Retreat
November 21-23: Grief Retreat with Fr. Padraig Greene
Give yourself (or a loved one) the holiday gi of a weekend
away with your grief in the presence of people who understand, as you cherish the memories through prayer, wri ng,
reflec on, music and ritual.
Hospitality
Sundays a er 9:30am Mass join us for coffee and donuts
in Brunsman Hall.
Library Hours
Thursdays, Noon-2:00pm and
1st and 3rd Sundays, 8:30-11:30am in the Parish Center.
November 28-30 “Growing Up The Steps... How’s It Going? Thanksgiving Weekend Serenity Retreat Presenter: Fr.
Philip Garcia, OFM.
Nursery Program
Sundays: Child care (staffed by an adult and teen helpers) for children ages 1-3 during 9:30 am Mass in the room
opposite the cafeteria on the first floor of our school on the
Sundays when Faith Forma on classes are in session. Registra on is on-site.
December 12-14 Advent Silent Retreat: “A Place In The
Stable.” Presenter: Br. Jeff Macnab, OFM.
For more informa on or to register: www.sandamiano.
org or (925) 837-9141. San Damiano Retreat is a ministry of
our Franciscan Friars.
Prayer Service
Mondays: Led by our school children at 8:10am in the
church (when school is in session). All are welcome!
WĊĊĐđĞ RĊĆĉĎēČĘ
Sunday:
Wis 3:1-9; Ps 23:1-6; Rom 5:5-11 or 6:3-9;
Jn 6:37-40, or any readings from no. 668 or
from Masses for the Dead, nos. 1011-1016
Monday:
Phil 2:1-4; Ps 131:1bcde-3; Lk 14:12-14
Tuesday:
Phil 2:5-11; Ps 22:26b-32; Lk 14:15-24
Wednesday: Phil 2:12-18; Ps 27:1, 4, 13-14; Lk 14:25-33
Thursday: Phil 3:3-8a; Ps 105:2-7; Lk 15:1-10
Friday:
Phil 3:17 — 4:1; Ps 122:1-5; Lk 16:1-8
Saturday:
Phil 4:10-19; Ps 112:1b-2, 5-6, 8a, 9; Lk 16:9-15
Sunday:
Ez 47:1-2, 8-9, 12; Ps 46:2-3, 5-6, 8-9;
1 Cor 3:9c-11, 16-17; Jn 2:13-22
Taizé Prayer
Wednesdays: 6:00-7:00pm, in the church.
T’ai Chi Chih
Saturdays: 9:05am in St. Clare Chapel or, weather permi ng,
in the park across from the church.
Wednesdays, 6:00pm in the church (during Taizé Prayer).
Thomas Merton Circle
Meets bi-monthly. Refreshments provided. More info:
John (482-6976).
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St. Francis Parish Center Ofϐices: 1066 26th Street, Sacramento, CA 95816 • Phone: 916.443.8084
Fax: 916.443.7356 •
Website: www.stfrancisparish.com
• Ofϐice Hours: MON-FRI, 9AM-5PM
St. Francis Elementary School: 2500 K Street, Sacramento, CA 95816 • Phone: 916.442.5494
Website: www.stfranciselem.org • Ofϐice Hours: MON–THUR, 8AM–4PM and FRI, 8AM-2PM (during the School Year)
Pastor
Associate Pastor
Principal
Pastoral Associate
Director of Liturgy
Director of Faith Formation
Director of Outreach
Administrative Associate
Plant Manager
Ofϐice Assistant
Parish Secretary
Bookkeeper
Communion Visitation Ministry Coordinator
Infant Baptism Coordinator
Library Coordinator
Membership Coordinator
Parish Council Chair
Wedding Coordinator
Young Adults Ministry Coordinator
Youth Ministry Coordinator
In Residence at the Friary:
Ken Laverone OFM
Sebas an Sandoval, OFM
Ivan Hrga
Peggy Chambers, OMC
Deborah Jones
Skip Bacon
Galen Unruh
Fran Anderson
Joe Prassa
Pamela Caballero
SJeanay Willis Bolden
Jacquie Embs
Peggy Briggs
Carol Spinella
Pat Pavone
Christelle Cobian
Michelle Hernandez-Flores
Mary Brown
Patrice Clemons
Traci Bean
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