Entries for November 2019
I invite you to take note of the 2019 Annual Report published in this week’s bulletin. The report includes the “highlights” at the bottom of the sheet to gain an overall sense of our financial picture. The report shows two main sources of income: ordinary and extraordinary. Our total ordinary income was down by 7% compared to 2018, while our total extra-ordinary was up by 12% compared to 2018. This is due to the increased success in fundraising from our Dinner Dance, Summer Festival, Pan American Festival and Our Lady’s ...
FOR THOSE WHO ARE ILL:
Osmar and Marcela Rodriguez, Asuncion Patiño, Francisco and Letty Garcia, Ed Hannan, Nancy Coraretti, Armie Reyes, Gabriel Cabael, Gloria Flores, Hector De Leon, Raquel Esmeralda, Matilde Narvaez, Mucio Aguilar, Rosio Perez, Marjorie Carmody, Alfredo Mahe, Blaine Lisner, Teresita Nuval, Mary Lou Thompson, Ana Perez and our parishioners who are ill or in nursing homes.
OUR YOUNG PEOPLE IN SERVICE:
Daniel Baker, Jonathan Muñoz, Luis Daniel Vazquez, Richard Silva, Arnold Zumba
November 17, 2019
Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, In Pope Francis’ message regarding the Third World Day of the Poor, which will take place on Sunday, Nov. 17, the Holy Father implored that, “If the disciples of the Lord Jesus wish to be genuine evangelizers, they must sow tangible seeds of hope and consolation to the poor, to help ensure that this World Day of the Poor will encourage more and more people to cooperate effectively so that no one will feel deprived of closeness and solidarity.”
God Sees Them All. It's Time You See Them Too!
Please join your fellow parishioners for Dynamic Catholic’s
BEST ADVENT EVER, which is all about the amazing possibilities for your life.
Every day during Advent, you’ll receive an email with a short video from Matthew Kelly and the Dynamic Catholic team.
It’s free and easy to sign up. All you have to do is go to BestAdventEver.com and enter your name and email address.
I encourage you to invite your family and friends once you sign up.
We need NEW presents, mostly for men who spend a lot of time outside. Think of warm clothes, like thermal, fleece, flannel; sweaters, heavy socks, long-johns, etc. in sizes: XL, XXL.
Kindly wrap and mark the size and please indicate if for a man, woman or child. Please place your gifts in a box by St. Joseph’s altar. Remember, this year we are serving over 200 guests on a regular basis. Our Christmas dinner will on Wednesday, Dec. 18th.
Thank you for helping those in need.