CIVIC CENTER PLAZA – San Francisco
Info Faire: 11:00am – Rally: 12:30pm
Pam Tebow Prolife advocate and mother of Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow
Reggie Littlejohn Founder and President, Women's Rights Without Frontiers
Melissa Ohden, Abortion survivor
Rev. Clenard Childress Founder, Black Genocide.org
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.
Missa solemnis for Saint Agnes
Saturday, January 21, 5:00 pm in the National Shrine of St. Francis of Assisi, 610 Vallejo St., San Francisco, CA 94133.
After the Walk for Life, a High Mass in the Extraordinary Form will be celebrated for life by Father Anthony Lajato, OFM Conv. The Mass will start at 5:00 p.m. after the Walk for Life participants continue up from their ending point at Justin Herman Plaza.
More Information and schedule for other events available here.
A key part of our Gospel Reading this Sunday is the onset of the Lord gathering His Apostles, as He initially calls Peter and his brother Andrew, closely followed by the brothers James and John. It is important to note that their response was immediate: "At once they left their nets and followed him (Jesus)." There were no debates, no discussions, and no long considerations. That is a great example to us. Do we hesitate; do we wait to become a disciple of the Lord? We really should not. If we accept Him as our Savior and as the cornerstone of our Church, our response, too, should be immediate and definite.
Are we hesitating in our full response to Jesus as parishioners and priests of St. Joseph the Worker Church? A question we should ask ourselves this day is "Am I doing all I can as a disciple of Christ?" "Am I doing my fair share in supporting my parish and the needs of my Christian community?" Following Jesus faithfully is never easy, but it is what we are called to do as stewards of the Lord's Church and of our parish community.
Please, help us with both your prayers and your financial support as we continue the work of restoring St. Joseph the Worker Church to its former glory – a place of Beautiful prayer, Reconciliation and Healing for God's people.
Thank you and Blessings +
Fr. Kenneth Nobrega
Special Sunday Vigil Mass offered for healing.
Saturday, February 11, 2017
4:00pm Vigil Mass – Fr. Kenneth Nobrega
Mass intention will be offered for "healings" of all those present.
Following the Mass, Fr. Kenneth Nobrega will pray over individuals for healings and for deliverance from spiritual oppression. Please invite your family and friends.
Rachel's Vineyard Retreat
April 28-30 (English)
Rachel's Vineyard is a safe place to renew, rebuild and redeem hearts broken by abortion. The weekend offers a supportive, and non-judgmental environment to transform the pain of the past into love and hope. We encourage women, men and couples to attend.
Space is limited. Sign up NOW! All inquiries are completely confidential.
For Retreat Details Contact:
Kim Fuentes: 209/465-5433 or email@example.com stocktondiocese.org/Project-Rachel
Gloria Maldonado: 510/384-6875 or firstname.lastname@example.org www.afterthechoice.org
Co-sponsored by the Diocese of Oaklands After the Choice Ministry and the Diocese of Stockton's Project Rachel Ministry.
El retiro del Viñedo de Raquel
3 de febrero al 5 de febrero, 2017
El retiro del Viñedo de Raquel es un lugar seguro para renovar, reconstruir y redimir los corazones rotos por el aborto. El fin de semana ofrece un entorno de apoyo y sin prejuicios para transformer el dolor del pasado en amor y esperanza. Animamos a las mujeres, hombres y parejas en asistir.
Para más información, favor de contactarnos en nuestras lineas confidenciales:www.afterthechoice.org