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PARISH WIDE LENTEN RETREAT 3 Days of Reflection– March 4, 5, 6thBishop Michael Given byLenihan, O.F.M Bishop Michael Lenihan, O.F.M
The forty days of LENTrepresent Jesus’ time in the desert and theforty years the Israelites spent in Exile after the Exodus.
Lenten Reconciliation Join us forCommunal Reconciliation Saturday March 9th, 10am Tuesday, March 19th, 7pm (Both in Serra Center) Please note: our Parish will not have individual Reconciliation during Lent (from March 2th until March 30th). Individual Reconciliation will resume on Saturday, April 6th.
Bilingual Communal Reconciliation Saturday, March 9th, 10am Serra Center Tuesday March 19th, 7pm Serra Center Priests will be available for individual confession in English and Spanish.
What we are given by God is not meant just for us.God intends for us to share with others.
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Sacred Time, Sacred MusicJoin us for a Lenten ConcertLupe RiosFriday March 15th, 7pmSerra Center, $10.00Tickets available onlineat sanluisreyparish.org
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Depriving OURSELVES ofa basic necessity remindsus of our dependence on GOD for all we have.
Thank you for all those who’ve turned in their pledge cards! SANCTIFYING Still praying about your pledge? Please return your pledge cardas soon as possible in the collection basket.
Stations of the Cross Via CrucisSt. Francis of Assisi inspired this chapel devotion which remembers the final hours and passion of Jesus. Join us! Fridays at 4:30pm in the Parish Chapel, February 15th, 22nd March 1ST, 8th , 15th,
This Lent, begin by being more aware of the poor in our midst. Reflect upon their situation. Turn to God in prayer on their behalf.
Thank you for all those who’ve turned in their pledge cards! TEACHING Still praying about your pledge? Please return your pledge cardas soon as possible in the collection basket.
Hear the cry of the poor by giving alms.Your donations of cash, in-date canned goods, usable clothing, diapers, furniture and toys to Social Concerns are greatly appreciated.
MulticulturalStations of the Cross Join together as one family of faith! Friday, March 22 6pm in front of the steps of the Old Mission Church for our Lenten Pilgrimage.
Take action. Drop by the Social Concernsoffice with your donation. Social Concerns is in the Loreto House across from McKeon Center. It is open Tuesday thru Saturday, 8am to 4pm.
Our time given by God is not meant just for us. Godintends for us to share our time with others.
Fasting during Lent means eating one main meal and two smaller meals with no snacks. Fasting laws apply to allCatholics from ages 14 to 59 who are in good health. The only fastingdays by Church law are Ash Wednesday and Good Friday.
We take time out to build arelationship with God becausewe are not totally self-sufficient.We need God’s grace and love.
Las Madrinas Lenten Retreat Join us on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 2013 in the Mission Retreat Center’s ZALVIDEA ROOM from 9 AM TO 3 PM (8:30 am registration & refreshments)Father Larry Dolan, OFM will be our spiritual facilitator. Prepaid registration of $25.00 includes a simple lunch.Please register by MARCH 1, 2013. For reservations and information, call Marilyn Gilliland 760-967-6397.
Experience the thrill of adventure! Join Boy Scouts!Troop 721 invites all boys and their parents/guardian,5th grade and up, to attend an Open House in McKeon Center, Room #12 on Monday, February 25th at 6:30pm. Boy Scouting is open to all boys, 11-18 years of age. See you there!
Knights BLOOD DRIVE!The American Red Cross will be in the McKeon Center, Sunday , March 3th. Come give blood Sign upsand help save the lives of outside Serra eight people! If you after Sunday don’t, then who will? Masses