Mass Intentions & Stewardship


In Our Prayers
Please remember in your prayers those who are ill: Ivan Lieberburg, Gloria Bautista, Gary Richardi, Anita Eble, Shirley Mitchell, Eileen Powditch, Lisa Bradley, Fr. Terry Tompkins, Michael Dodds, Fr. George Crespin, Fr. Richard Culver, David Scalini.

And those who have died:
Fr. Tony Herrera, Douglas Jones, Aaron Permillion, Fr. Richard Pieries, Steve Phelps, Joe Perkins, Bob Cardelli, Rudy Bautista

Mass intentions:
Saturday, February 3rd, 2018, 5 p.m.
Parishioners and Benefactors
Sunday, February 4th, 2018, 8 a.m.
Sunday, February 4th, 2018, 10:30 a.m.
Nathaniel Ottoboni (+)
Sunday, February 4th, 2018, 6 p.m.

Financial Stewardship
January 28th collection: $3,778.00 Includes EFT.
Piano Repair Fund: $10,458.00

Electronic Funds Transfer
Responsible Stewardship Made Easy!
Did you know that…
43% of Americans pay one or more bills by direct deposit.
51% of Americans use direct deposit for paychecks.
97% are satisfied with electronic payments
80% of Social Security beneficiaries use EFT to receive benefits.
If you would like to start making your contributions by electronic funds transfer, you may pick up a form at the registration table next to the hospitality table.

 

All God’s People :: United in Faith

We are “All God’s People” and the 2017 Bishop’s Appeal is a way for us to come together in unity to serve others and be generous in sharing our blessings.  With the participation of all 84 parishes, our diocese will grow stronger together, “United in Faith.”

Every family is asked to make a proportionate sacrificial pledge or gift to the Bishop’s Appeal by completing a pledge card.  This pledge can be paid over the next 10 month.

We realize that not everyone can make the same size gift, but we can make the same size sacrifice.  Whether you choose to make a pledge or a one-time gift, all gifts are greatly appreciated.

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