Diaconate Journey Continues…Nuptials

December 17, 2016 we continue our diaconate journey at Alemany High School.  Our next class will be on January 7th at Alemany High School. (Please click here to read all of our experiences of the bi-monthly  Deacon formation classes) There is an expression between couples, “I would marry you all over again!” That is exactly what happened in our last class.  Two of our classmates had their Wedding practicum and they both asked the same couple (Lita & Masselino) to be the bride …

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Consider Signing the Catholic Climate Control Covenant

Environmental Ministry In his encyclical on the environment, Laudato Si, Pope Francis says that “Climate change is a global problem with grave implications. … It represents one of the principal challenges facing humanity in our day. Its worst impact will probably be felt by developing countries in coming decades.” Pope Francis also reminds Catholics in Laudato Si that caring for creation is an essential part of our faith, and he calls upon world leaders to work together to solve the …

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Diaconate Journey continues…December 3

On December 3, 2016 we met for our class project at St. Margaret Mary in Lomita. Our next class will be on December 17th at Alemany High School.(Please click here to read all of our experiences of the bi-monthly  Deacon formation classes) Our project was to help serve a Christmas lunch to families with Special Needs members. After the families arrived, signed in and had their picture taken with Santa, we greeted the families and escorted them into the hall where …

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Prayers for Children… Gift of Peace

Dec. 15, 2016 This is the season of celebration, giving thanks, and thoughts of peace. We think of our children and pray for peace. Also in thought, prayers and blessing – remember all the children of the world, especially those who have never known peace and mercy. They are in want and need. They cry for the warmth of love and the silence of peace. Listen to Elie Wiesel and let “Peace be our gift to each other.”  

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