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SaintJosephParish - St. Joseph Parish
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Mission Church of St. Vincent de Paul
9961 Elk Grove Florin Road, Elk Grove, CA 95624 ● (916) 685-3681 ● FAX (916) 685-7254
Mission Church: 14673 Cantova Way, Rancho Murieta, CA 95683 ● (916) 354-2403 ● FAX (916)354-2404
We, the parish community of Saint Joseph Catholic Church (Elk Grove) and Mission Church of Saint Vincent de Paul
(Rancho Murieta), enriched by many traditions and cultures, come together to worship God in Sacrament, liturgy, and prayer.
We are committed to acting as One Body in Christ, and to living our One Faith with the help of the Holy Spirit. We
continually seek to reach out in loving service to others, both within our parish as well as in the greater community, in order to
spread the Good News of our faith.” (Parish Mission Statement)
Schedule of Services
Office Hours
Saint Joseph Parish
Saint Joseph Parish
Weekend Masses
Saturday
Sunday
4:30 PM
7:30 9:00 11:00 AM
& 1:00 PM (Español),
& 5:00 PM (Filipino Mass Every First Sunday,
English Mass - All Other Sundays)
Weekday schedules (Monday to Friday)
Liturgy of the Hours
7:30 AM
Daily Mass
8:00 AM
Rosary
8:30 AM
First Friday Mass
7:00 PM
Eucharistic Adoration
Friday
8:30 - 10:00 AM
Every First Friday
7:30 - 10:00 PM
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday
2:30 - 3:30 PM
Or By appointment
Mission Church of Saint Vincent de Paul
Weekend Masses
Saturday
Sunday
Weekday schedules
Daily Mass (Wednesday)
Service of the Word
(Fridays)
Eucharistic Adoration
Every First Friday
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday
5:00 PM
9:00 AM
8:30 AM
8:30 AM
8:30 AM
4:00 - 4:30 PM
Or By appointment
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School
Trina Koontz (Principal) (916) 684-7903, ext. 12
e-mail: [email protected]
Monday
9:00 AM - 12:00 Noon
Tuesday to Friday
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Visit us on our website:
stjoseph-elkgrove.net
See us on Facebook: St. Joseph Catholic Church (Elk Grove, CA)
Mission Church of Saint Vincent de Paul
Monday/Wednesday/Friday
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Parish Staff
Fr. Brian Atienza (Pastor), ext. 122
e-mail: [email protected]
Fr. Carlo Tejano (Parochial Vicar), ext. 125
e-mail: [email protected]
Deacon Larry Hiner, 916-685-3681
e-mail: [email protected]
Deacon Ned Quigley
e-mail: [email protected]
Aurora Fragozo-Aguirre (Parish Administrator), ext. 120
e-mail: [email protected]
Vernel Ploché (Database Administrator), ext. 121
e-mail: [email protected]
Sr. Ma. Imelda Grace Dañas, RVM (DRE of Faith Formation),ext. 124
e-mail: [email protected]
Veronica Padilla Perez (Administrative Assistant), ext. 127
e-mail: [email protected]
Armida Gallegos-Lee (Administrative Assistant), ext. 128
e-mail: [email protected]
Jerome Baybayan (Youth Ministry Coordinator), ext. 123
e-mail: jbaybayan @stjoseph-elkgrove.net
Bill DuVal (SVdP -Administrative Assistant), (916) 354-2403 ext. 129
e-mail: [email protected]
Amy Roberts (Liturgical Music Coordinator)
e-mail: [email protected]
Paul Seishas (Marriage/Family/Therapist) (916) 616-1800
e-mail: [email protected]
Saint Joseph Parish
: 03/16 08:00am - Richar d Beauchemin†
Pete Scali †
: 03/17 08:00am - The Holy Souls in Purgatory
: 03/18 08:00am - Arturo L. Castrodes †
- Ada Boldini †
RM 08:30am - Mar y J o Williams (SI)
Thu: 03/19 08:00am - Alfer t Albr ight †
José C. Salamanca †
Fri: 03/20 08:00am - Robert Gress †
Rosalinda Ulep †
Sat: 03/21 04:30pm - Missa Pr o Populo
RM 05:00pm – The People of SVDP
03/22 07:30am – Nellie Trimboli †
09:00am - Students of St. Elizabeth
RM 09:00am - Tim Wandell †
11:00am— Elsa LaKomy †
-Dovie Arlotta †
01:00pm - J osé Gar cia Fr anco †
Eduardo Sosa & Family (SI)
05:00pm - Fructuoso & Josefina Acedo †
Today’s Readings
First Reading
— The wrath and the mercy of the Lord
are revealed in the exile and liberation of the chosen
people (2 Chronicles 36:14-16, 19-23) or 1 Samuel 16:
1b, 6-7, 10-13a
Psalm — Let my tongue be silenced, if I ever forget
you! (Psalm 137) or Psalm 23.
Second Reading — By grace you have been saved
(Ephesians 2:4-10) or Ephesians 5:8-14.
Gospel — The Son was sent by God so that the world
might be saved through him (John 3:14-21) or John
9:1-41 [1, 6-9, 13-17, 34-38].
Readings For The Week
Mon: Is 65:17-21; Ps 30:2, 4-6, 11-13b; Jn 4:43-54
Tues: Ez 47:1-9, 12; Ps 46:2-3, 5-6, 8-9; Jn 5:1-16
Wed: Is 49:8-15; Ps 145:8-9, 13cd-14, 17-18; Jn 5:17-30
Thur: 2 Sm 7:4-5a, 12-14a, 16; Ps 89:2-5, 27, 29; Rm 4:13:16Fri:
Sat:
Sun:
18, 22; Mt 1:16, 18-21, 24a or Lk 2:41-51a
Wis 2:1a, 12-22; Ps 34:17-21, 23; Jn 7:1-2, 10, 25-30
Jer 11:18-20; Ps 7:2-3, 9bc-12; Jn 7:40-53
Jer 31:31-34; Ps 51:3-4, 12-15; Heb 5:7-9; Jn 12:20-33,
Alternate readings (Year A): Ez 37:12-14; Ps 130:1-8;
Rom 8:8-11; Jn 11:1-45 [3-7, 17, 20-27, 33b-45]
Pray For Our Military Family
Steven Alsop
Josh Alonzo
Don R. Baker II
Robert Bohon
Solomon Bolt
Carl Ian Bravo
Jaclyn Buno
Mark Dollar
Benjamin Erwin
Matthew Farrell
Joey Feathers
Roman Fernandez
Serena Grandov
Graham Hebert
Valery Keaveny Jr.
Freddie Koeller
Glenn Lewis
Kyle Linebaugh
James Lovello
Amber McGovern
Russell Miller
Mike Montini
Jared Ortner
Cherry Pangilinan
Ian Rubstello
Michael Riehl
Jousha Shaffer
Zachary Schiele
Jason Stiles
Shawn Tostado
Jason Lee Tudor
Brien Warfield
Jaime Wong-Lopez
Jordan Wood
Jason Woodford
Diosdado Pangilinan Shai-Lin Ynacay
Dominic Peterson
Military Prayer List Additions
To add new names of active military to our
military list, please send an e-mail to
[email protected] or call Pat at 916-686-5977.
Parish Weekly Collection
Weekly Goal:
St. Joseph
SVdP
$ 11,200.00
$ 2,600.00
Offertory this Week:
St. Joseph
$ 12,988.50
SVdP
$ 2,909.25
FOR EFT (Electronic Fund Transfer)
If you wish to contribute via EFT (electronic fund transfer)
please visit our parish website for more information.
“Thank you for your generosity and may God continue to bless
you with His providence.”
Help Wanted! Musician/Cantor
St. Joseph’s Parish in Elk Grove and St. Vincent
De Paul in Rancho Murieta is in need of a part-time
Musician/Cantor with the ability to play the piano
and sing, also bilingual is a plus. This Musician/
Cantor needs to have a thorough understanding of
Catholic liturgy and is a leader in music who is able
to enhance the music of the mass at St. Joseph’s in
Elk Grove and at St. Vincent De Paul in Rancho
Murieta. The Musician/Cantor will effectively lead
through music and song during various mass times.
They will provide music for various Sunday masses
and other major celebrations. Lastly, they will
encourage participation of the music during the
various liturgies of our parish.
If interested please contact Aurora FragozoAguirre at [email protected]
or call the parish office at 916-685-3681 ext. 120.
Saint Joseph Parish
Fourth Sunday of Lent - Laetare Sunday - Year I, Cycle B
"For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him might not perish but
might have eternal life."
Perhaps this is the most quoted and known verse of the Sacred Scriptures, yet how much do we really
understand what it takes to receive the fullness of such a great love that God has for us? Jesus asks us to receive
this great gift of love. He is the light that has come into the world to dispel the darkness brought about by sin and
death. He offers redemption and eternal life. But, because it is easier said than done, many of us prefer to stay in
the dark. We are not wired to expose our sins and faults, We naturally do not want others to know the wicked
things we can do and have done - gossip, discontent, anger, distrust, violence, and hatred. We find ourselves
ashamed to acknowledge that we are capable of such hurtful things towards others. Jesus understands our
preference to keep it in the dark. Thus He calls upon us and invites us to step into the light. Exposing and owning
up to these actions is the path to dispel the darkness and death they bring into our lives and bring us back to life.
But Jesus only goes as far as we are also willing to reach back. He shows us the way. The sacrifice He makes on
the cross is the witness we need to believe that He has the power to bring light and life. He willingly dies for our
sake to show us the path to life. Yes, stepping into the light may bring about death to us - our wicked selves - but
Christ will bring us back to a life that is eternal. Are we willing to show that same kind of love and trust towards
God's love as Jesus did? We can start by making an honest examination of conscience. We need to look deep into
our lives, acknowledge the wrong, resist justifying why we did it, and ask for God's forgiveness. Bring these sins
into the light through the Sacrament of Reconciliation --- go to confession. Then, make amends with those we
hurt, and seek their forgiveness. If someone has hurt you, show the same mercy, forgive as God has forgiven you,
lovingly and unconditionally.
This Sunday is Laetare Sunday. It gets its name from the introit of the mass, "Rejoice O Jerusalem." It is said
to encourage the call of the faithful to stay on course with their Lenten practices and keep sight of what lies
beyond the passion and death of Christ - the Resurrection.
Thank you to those who participated in our St. Patrick's Day Dinner hosted by the Knights of Columbus. I am
grateful to Jeanne & Jeff Ecker, the Knights and all others involved in putting together this event, and for their
generosity I hope we can continue to make time to attend these events that builds up our parish family
beyond the celebration of the Mass each Sunday.
God bless!
In Christ, Father Brian
KOC Council 7241 Scholarships
St. Joseph's Knights of Columbus Council 7241, is
making available three (3) $800 scholarships for
academic year 2014-2015. Candidates must be high
school seniors having met the necessary
requirements for graduation, an active member of
St. Joseph's Parish or the Mission Church of
St. Vincent de Paul in Rancho Murieta, and
completed the necessary items on the application.
Scholarship Applications may be obtained from the
church vestibule, office, or your high school career
center. The deadline for receipt of the application is
4:30pm on 4/1/2015. Please see application for
further instructions. Any questions regarding the
scholarship may be directed to Nick Garcia via
email at [email protected]
Submit bulletin Articles by Friday 12 noon
(one week prior ) to:
e-mail: [email protected]
Children’s Liturgy
Children’s Liturgy is a ministry of the Word for
children ages 4-9 who have not yet received their
First Communion. Many thanks to those of you who
responded to my pulpit request for Children’s
Liturgy volunteers for the 9:00am and 11:00am
Masses. We are still in need of more volunteers at
the 9:00am Mass. If you feel called to share God’s
Word with the young children of this parish and you
attend the 9:00am Mass, please contact Cherie Hiner
at [email protected] for more information.
Thank you.
Lenten Penance Service
Our Lenten Penance Service
will be on Thursday, March 19th,
at 7pm, English and Spanish.
Saint Joseph Parish
Nota del Pastor– Cuarto Domingo de Cuaresma- Domingo de Regocijo- Año 1, Ciclo B
“Porque tanto amó Dios al mundo, que le entregó a su Hijo único, para que todo el que crea en Él no perezca, sino que
tenga vida eterna.”
Este quizás es el versículo más importante de las Sagradas Escrituras, ¿pero, en realidad entendemos lo que significa
recibir plenamente la muestra más grande del amor Dios para nosotros? Jesús nos pide recibir este gran regalo de amor.
Él es la luz que ha venido al mundo para dispersar la oscuridad que llegó por el pecado y la muerte. Él ofrece la
redención y la vida eterna. Pero más fácil decirlo que hacerlo, muchos de nosotros preferimos permanecer en la
oscuridad. Nosotros no estamos acostumbrados a exponer nuestros pecados y faltas, y preferimos estar en la oscuridad.
Naturalmente no queremos que otros conozcan las cosas malas que podemos hacer y hemos hecho - chismes,
descontento, enojo, desconfianza, violencia y odio. Nos avergonzamos de reconocer que somos capaces de tales cosas
hirientes hacia los demás. Jesús entiende nuestra preferencia para mantenerlo en la oscuridad.
Aun así Él nos exhorta e invita a salir a la luz. El exponer y aceptar estas acciones es la ruta para dispersar la
oscuridad y la muerte de nuestras vidas y esto nos lleva de nuevo a la vida. Pero Jesús solamente va tan lejos como
nosotros le permitimos llegar. Nos muestra el camino, el sacrificio que Él hizo en la Cruz es el testimonio que
necesitamos para creer que Él tiene el poder para traer la luz y vida. Él muere voluntariamente por nosotros para
mostrarnos el camino a la vida. Sí, entrar en la luz puede llevarnos a la muerte – la muerte a nuestra maldad - pero
Cristo nos traerá de regreso a la vida, que es eterna. ¿Estamos dispuestos a demostrar el mismo amor y confianza hacia
el amor de Dios como Jesús lo hizo? Podemos empezar por hacer un examen sincero de conciencia. Miremos
profundamente nuestras vidas, aceptemos el mal que hemos hecho a nuestro prójimo, resistamos justificar el porqué lo
hicimos, y pidamos el perdón de Dios. Traigamos esto a la luz a través del Sacramento de la Reconciliación----ir a la
confesión. Entonces debemos reconciliarnos con los que herimos, buscar su perdón. Si alguien te ha herido, debes
demostrar la misma misericordia, perdonar como Dios nos perdona, amándonos e incondicionalmente.
Este domingo es el domingo de Regocijo. Esto da su nombre desde el introito de la misa, “Regocíjate O Jerusalén,”
Es para animar a los fieles y mantenerlos en curso con sus prácticas de cuaresma y mantener a la vista lo que está más
allá de la pasión y muerte de Cristo - la Resurrección.
Gracias a quienes participaron en la cena del día de San Patricio auspiciado por los Caballeros de Colón. Estoy
agradecido con Jeanne y Jeff Ecker, los Caballeros y todos los demás involucrados en este evento. Agradezco a los
caballeros y sus familias por esta muestra de generosidad. Espero que podamos continuar haciendo tiempo para asistir a
estos eventos que construyen nuestra familia parroquial más allá de la celebración de la Misa cada domingo.
Dios los Bendiga!
En Cristo
Father Brian/Padre Brian
St. Vincent de Paul Society News
We are looking for volunteers to help
serve in this rewarding ministry. If
you are interested in finding out what
it is we do, then please drop by at one
of our meetings. We meet every
first Tuesday of the month, at 7pm,
in the Renwald Room. Please come and join us.
We will be helping to serve lunch at Loaves &
Fishes on Friday March 20th. Volunteers meet at the
Church parking lot at 9:30am. If you are interested
in knowing more about volunteering, please contact
Camile at 916-531-3762 or [email protected]
She will be able to answer any questions you may
have.If you or someone you know is in need of help
with food, clothing or utilities, please contact our
confidential hotline at 916-667-2779 and one of
our volunteers will return your call to schedule a
home visit to discuss your needs. God Bless you.
Noticias de la Sociedad de S.V. de Paúl
Siempre estamos buscando más voluntarios que
nos ayuden en nuestro ministerio. Si usted está interesado en saber que hacemos, por favor asista a
nuestras juntas los primeros Martes del mes, a las
7pm, en el Salón Renwald.
Estaremos sirviendo almuerzos en Loaves and
Fishes el Viernes 20 de Marzo. Los voluntarios se
reúnen en el estacionamiento de la Iglesia a las
9:30am. Si usted necesita más infor mación, por
favor llame a Gloria, al 916-682-8599. Si usted o
alguien que usted conoce necesita ayuda de comida,
ropa, muebles y otros gastos de la casa, por favor
llame a nuestra línea confidencial, al 916-667-2779
y deje mensaje, cuando le regresemos su llamada,
platicaremos sus necesidades en su casa. Que Dios
los Bendiga.
Saint Joseph Parish
Knights of Columbus Recruitment
Announcement for March 2014
Time remains one of the most valuable
commodities we enjoy in our lives. Though the
amount of leisure and free time for the average
person decreased in recent years, the number of
activities and outside influences vying for our
precious time seems to increase each year.
If you believe in the importance of investing your
time in friendship, the Church, and helping others,
the Knights of Columbus is the ministry for you.
The Knights of Columbus is an organization of
Catholic men and their families that derive a great
sense of satisfaction from being able to develop
lasting friendships with each other while helping the
less fortunate. Every day the Knights of Columbus
provides its members with the opportunity to
discover the importance of charity, unity, fraternity,
and patriotism to our country and world. I urge all
men in this parish not involved with the Knights to
join the Knights of Columbus. Those parishioners
who belong to the Knights, I encourage you to help
a friend and his family discover the opportunities
available in the Knights of Columbus to serve your
parish and community. Representatives from the
MSGR Raymond Renwald Council, #7241, at
St. Joseph Parish are available March 14-15 to
answer questions and accept applications for
membership. We welcome your interest and invite
your participation. For more information contact:
Jackson Campbell at (916) 685-6662. Thank you
Algunas personas la llaman "una obra teatral
transformadora e inspiradora”. Otras, "una poderosa
manera de presentar El viacrucis". Yo lo llamo: el
evento que abrió mis ojos para ver lo que "la pasión"
realmente significa hoy, cuando la aplico a mi vida.
Lo invitamos a que se sumerja con nosotros en “La
Pasión de Cristo” y a que saque usted sus propias
conclusiones: el viernes 20 de marzo a las 7:00pm
en el Salón Social de San Jose. Costo de entr ada:
una mente y un corazón abiertos, dispuestos a
reflexionar y orar. Este es un evento completamente
en español.
Some people call it "a transforming and inspiring
play". Others, "a powerful way of presenting the
stations of the cross". I call it: the event that opened
my eyes to what "the passion" truly means, when
applied to my life today. If you fully understand
Spanish, you are invited to join us while we
submerge ourselves in the “Passion of Christ” and
can reach your own conclusions on Friday,
March 20th at 7pm at the St. Joseph Social Hall.
Cover charge: an open mind and open heart, ready
to reflect and pray. This event is in Spanish.
Will You Help Us Decorate for Easter?
Our Environment & Art Committee is gladly accepting your donations of flowers for our Easter celebration. Please place your flowers in the provided
areas in our Renwald Room from Palm Sunday
through Good Friday, we will also have a special table set up if you would you like to remember or dedicate your donation in a loved one’s name. We are
asking especially for Easter Lilies, Calla Lilies, and
greenery, but all spring flowers, cut or planted, will
be very much appreciated. Please join us to decorate
our church Holy Saturday morning at 9:00am. All
are welcome, and there’s something for everyone;
from arranging flowers, ironing linens, vacuuming,
polishing furniture, to cleaning windows. This a
great opportunity for student service hours! Morning
refreshments will be served; fruit, pastries, juice and
coffee, so come and spend an hour or so with us
making our church beautiful. Please call Carol:
838-6598 cell or email [email protected]
We thank you always for your generosity, and we
wish you a very joyful Easter season. God bless you.
Sacramento Diocesan Council of
Catholic Women 2015 Convention
The Sacramento Diocesan Council of Catholic
Women (SDCCW) is having their annual
convention April 8-9, 2015, at the Christ the King
Retreat Center, Citrus Heights, Ca, beginning
with Mass at 8:00am on April 8th. Women of our
Diocese are encouraged to attend to learn more
about their faith and where their works are needed in
our Church. Cost for 1 night stay, meals, and
registration is $130; cost for partial attendees
(commuters) is $10 per day registration, breakfast
$8, lunches $15, and Wednesday night dinner $25.
Call Kathy O’ Connors at (916) 296-5949 or
[email protected] with your reservation
Saint Joseph Parish
Youth Ministry News
High School Youth Group:
High School Youth Ministry meets on March 15th
from 6-8pm in the Youth Room.
EDGE
EDGE Middle School Ministry meets on March 16th
from 6:30-8pm in the Social Hall.
Youth and Children’s Choir
Our next rehearsal for the children and youth choir
will be on Sunday March 22nd from 9-10:30am in
the Youth Room. Please be on time! Children of all
ages are welcome.
1:8 Program March
Confirmation Dates
¡Noticias Del Ministerio Juvenil!
El Grupo de Jóvenes de High
School
El Ministerio Juvenil de High School se reunirá el
domingo 15 de Marzo en el Salón de Jóvenes.
EDGE el Ministerio de Secundaria se reunirá el
lunes 16 de Marzo de 6:30 a 8pm en el salón
social.
Coro de Niños y Jóvenes
Nuestro próximo ensayo será el domingo 22 de
marzo de 9 a 10:30am en el Salón para Jóvenes.
Por favor sean puntuales. Niños de todas las
edades son bienvenidos a unirse con nosotros!
YR 2 Confirmation is on Sunday March 15 fr om
3-4:30pm in the Social Hall.
Programa de 1:8 Fechas para
el mes de Marzo:
Youth Ministry Fundraisers
Año 2 Confirmación: la sesión es el domingo 15
de Marzo de 3 a 4:30pm en el salón social.
Pancakes for Poland
Come join us in the St. Catherine’s/Juan Diego
room for unlimited pancakes and breakfast. All
proceeds with support the families attending World
Youth Day.
Spaghetti Dinner
Come join us for a night of family fun and food! The
youth are hosting a spaghetti dinner and all of the
proceeds that we will receive will go to the families
attending World Youth Day. Tickets will be on sale
after all the masses on March 15th. $10 for adults and
$5 for children under 12. Please come to mass and
buy a ticket!
Recaudación de Fondos para el
Ministerio Juvenil
Pancakes para Polonia
Ven y únete con nosotros en los salones de San Juan
Diego y San Catherine el domingo 12 de Abril de 8 a
11 de la mañana, para disfrutar de todos los
Pancakes que gustes para desayunar. Todo lo
recaudado será a beneficio de las familias que
viajaran a la Jornada Juvenil Mundial en Polonia.
Cena de Espagueti
¡Celebra con nosotros una noche de diversión
familiar y comida! Los Jóvenes serán los anfitriones
de una cena de espaguetis y todos los fondos que
recibamos irán a las familias que asistirán a la
Jornada Mundial de la Juventud. Los boletos estarán
a la venta después de cada misa el 15 de marzo. $10
para adultos y $5 para los niños menores de 12 años.
Por favor vengan a misa y compren su boleto!
Ushers
We are very much in need of more individuals to serve in the Usher Ministry. We have lost two of our
regulars for the Sunday Mass. Will you please consider serving in this ministry. Please contact Bill in the
office at 354-2403 or e-mail me at [email protected] .
40 Days for Life
The 40 Days for Life started on Ash Wednesday, at the Women's Health Specialists abortion clinic at
1482 Ethan Way and Hallmark, Sacramento. Come and participate at SVDP Church prayer time. We meet
every Wednesday from 11am to 1:00pm. Carpools will be leaving from SVDP Church at 10:15am. If you
are interested, please contact Lynn King at [email protected] or 687-6442.
Salute to Life Dinner & Auction 2014
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of Life will
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Please contact Bill DuVal in the office Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 9am-1pm at 354-2403 or
email at [email protected] .
RMA Website
The RMA Website has links to the past weeks bulletins posted and the times of our regular Masses, all
other information about our church can be found on the stjoseph-elkgrove.net website using the Mission
Church of SVdP link on the right side of the home page. The current weekend bulletins can be found on the
Bulletin link accessible form the home page. Please call Bill Duval at 354-2403, if you would like to see
other items posted to our SVdP section.
Vocations Cross
Thank you to Diana Gibson for taking the vocation cross in February and prayers for Rose Stomsvik
who will take the cross in March. Thank you!! There is a 2015 sign-up sheet in Anderson Hall - please sign
up to take the cross into your home for one month. Only five prayers during the month. Call Bob or Margie
Coffman 354-1744 if you have any questions.
NAA New Al-Anon Group at Rancho Murieta
Family and friends of alcoholics and those struggling with addiction, find understanding and support at
Al-Anon meetings. Join us at the Rancho Murieta Community Church., 14670 Cantova Way, Rancho
Murieta. Meetings are Tuesday evenings, 7-8 pm. Please use the Community Chur ch entr ance on the
left side of the FAA building. All are welcome.
SVDP Youth Ministry
EDGE meets on March 17th from 7-9:30pm in the Youth Room.

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