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Viva Santo Niño !
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Saturday, January 20 The Filipino Community of St. Joseph / Old Mission San José ( TFCSJ ) invites you to come and celebrate the Feast of Santo Niño (Feast of the Child Jesus) on Saturday, January 20, 2018 at the St. Joseph Church. Novena starts at 4:30 pm followed by the mass at 5:30 pm. A simple reception will follow immediately at the church hall. Please bring your image of the Santo Niño for a blessing.
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The Sacrament of Confession
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Whether it has been a week, a month, a year, or decades - the Sacrament of Confession is always available to you. We have confessions on Saturdays from 3:30pm-4:30pm in St. Joseph Church. Feel free to come and take advantage of this special Sacrament that helps reconcile and heal the soul.
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Walk for Life West Coast 2018
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Saturday, January 27nd Saturday, January 27, 11:00 am, Civic Center Plaza, San Francisco, 415-658-1793 www.WalkForLifeWC.com - Join us for the 14th Annual Walk for Life West Coast in San Francisco! Rally starts at Civic Center Plaza, walking down Market Street (2 miles). Ends at Justin Herman Plaza/Ferry Building. BART stations at both locations. Ample parking.

For complete information about the Walk, visit www.walkforlifewc.com or call 415-658-1793.
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ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE EVENTS
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Come see for yourself the benefits of a Catholic school education! St. Joseph School will be hosting a series of open houses.
  • “Come Play in K” Pre-Kinder & Kindergarten Open House: Thursday, January 18 from 6-7pm. We invite all parents and their future pre-kindergarten and kindergarten children to join our current students and dedicated staff for an evening of fun games, pizza, and to learn more about St. Joseph School.
  • Catholic Schools Week - Mass and Open House: Sunday, January 28. Mass: 9am followed by Open House: 10- 11:30am. Catholic Schools Week is the annual observance of the important role Catholic schools play in educating America’s young people. The theme for Catholic Schools Week 2018 is “Catholic Schools: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.” You are invited to join us for a special Mass celebration, followed by an Open House event at the school to learn more about how St. Joseph School focuses on faith development, academic excellence and community service.
  • Open School: Tuesday, January 30 and February 1: 8:30- 10:00am. Come visit to see our school in action! This is a wonderful opportunity to visit classrooms while school is in session.
For more information about any of our open house events, please visit our information table on the plaza, contact the school office at 510-656-6525, e-mail us at stjosephinfo@sjsmsj.org, or visit our website www.stjosephschoolfremont.org.
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Thank you from Saint Vincent de Paul
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St. Vincent de Paul would like to thank all the generous donors to our Christmas program for poor families in south Fremont. We served over 60 families and 150 children with toys, gift cards, and a full turkey dinner with dessert. It was only through your generous donations of toys, gift cards, and cash that we were able to do this. Many families expressed their sincere gratitude for helping make their Christmas so much brighter. God bless you for your generosity in helping us make this program possible. For more information click here
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Historic Spanish Organ concert in Old Mission San Jose
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Saturday, February 3rd
"Batalla de Organos"

Come. Hear and view on a big screen our grand and glorious organ as Music Director, Ronald McKean reveals the Rosales Opus 14 organ to be a one-man band....Baroque style. Mr. McKean will perform organ pieces that depict a military battle: advance, retreat, burial, and victory… all prominent in the Spanish 17th century mind. Also featured will be secular and sacred organ pieces imitating birds, whistles, drums and singing. Come for his pre-concert talk at 7PM to learn how our organ, one of only three in the US, authentically renders the music style of this period. Delight in the ensuing 7:30PM concert within the inspiring and acoustically pure Old Mission Church. Complete your experience with wine, hors d’oeuvres, desserts, and beverages served in the historic setting of the Old Mission museum. Do not miss this event unique to our parish.

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World Day of the Sick Mass
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Saturday, February 10 World Day of the Sick, initiated by Pope John Paul II and held annually worldwide near the feast day of Our Lady of Lourdes, will be observed in The Cathedral of Christ the Light on Saturday, February 10 at 10:00AM.

Bishop Barber invites any who are ill, their caregivers, Family and friends to join him for the World Day of the Sick Mass on Saturday February 10, 2018 at 10am at the The Cathedral of Christ the Light in Oakland - 2121 Harrison St. Oakland CA 94612. The Bishop's and many priests will be on hand for Mass and the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick. The Mass is sponsored by the Order of Malta which does so much in our Diocese to care for the sick and the infirm.

The Cathedral of Christ the Light, 2121 Harrison St., Oakland - www.oakdiocese.org/WDS
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Lenten Retreat Invitation
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Beyond the Days: Celebrating the Body of Christ during the Season of Lent
  • FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9: SESSION 1: 9-11 AM (or 7-9 PM)
  • SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10: SESSION 2: 9 AM -12
Father Ricky Manalo, a Paulist priest, noted composer, musician and retreat leader, is currently teaching at Santa Clara University and the Jesuit School of Theology (Berkeley). When not traveling, he resides at Old St. Mary's Cathedral in Chinatown, San Francisco.

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Ash Wednesday
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Wednesday Feb 14 Ash Wednesday is Wednesday Feb 14th. Our Mass times are at 8am in the Mission, 12 noon in St. Joseph Church, and 7:30pm in St. Joseph Church.
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Scripture Series
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Mondays Scripture Series You are cordially invited to join us in our first Scripture Series of the year. Presenter will be Scripture scholar Fr. Tom Bonacci, C.P. It will be held in the school library 7:30-9:00 pm. Free will offering. Our yearlong Hebrew Bible Study will serve as an Introduction to the literature of the Bible. Our primary goal will be to explore the Sacred Literature of the Bible as it would have been understood in the time of its composition. These are the narratives that have influenced the history of humankind and formed the moral and religious understandings of countless peoples.
  • Jan. 29 - Exploring the "pre-history" of Genesis (Chpts.1-11)
  • Feb. 5 - The Abraham and Sarah Story
  • Feb. 12 - The Story of Jacob and Rachel
  • Feb. 19 - The Story of Joseph and his brothers
For questions contact JoAnn 510-656-2331
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