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MASS SCHEDULE

PLEASE NOTE FOR ALL CHURCH MASSES:
For the safety of all we will continue with our mask policy. Social Distancing will be observed. Hand sanitizing will be offered prior to receiving Communion. Limited seating!

• Saturday at 5:15pm in the CHURCH
• Sunday at 7:30am in the CHURCH
• Sunday at 9:30am in the CHURCH
The 9:30am Mass will be livestreamed as usual (https://bit.ly/37XEfK3).

•WEEKDAY MASS THIS WEEK
- Monday, Wednesday and Friday -
Daily Mass at 12:10 will be in the church.

PLEASE NOTE FOR ALL CHURCH MASSES:
For the safety of all we will continue with our mask policy. Social Distancing will be observed. Hand sanitizing will be offered prior to receiving Communion. Limited seating!




The Gala Committee is pleased to give you an opportunity to spend an afternoon with award-winning author Patti Newman as one of this years live auction items!

Patti masterfully blends the world of childrens literature with hard science. Have you ever wondered why sea otters are more than pretty faces? Want to know the secrets behind elephants and orangutans? Has someone actually discovered a way to make science fun? The answer is YES!

In this interactive event Patti will lead those in attendance (grown-ups, too) in a number of hands-on experiments designed to demonstrate the essential, yet delicate relationship between humankind and nature. Shell also answer compelling questions like what exactly authors do all day and why non-fiction should be an important part of every childs library. PERFECT parent/grandparent and child event!

The gathering will be an open-air garden party at the Land Park home of Katherine Keeney and Mike Falasco. Tea, fresh lemonade and homemade cookies will be served. An opportunity to purchase Pattis signed books will be afforded to all.

Garden Party with author Patricia Newman
Sunday, April 23, 2023 2-3:30 p.m.
Hosted by Katherine Keeney and Mike Falasco
$50 p.p. or $80 for two for the Garden Party
Strictly limited to 20 participants

Come join in the fun!
Registration for the Homecoming Gala is still open!
$80 p.p.
Follow this link to make your reservation:
https://bit.ly/3C7bAzC





The Franciscan Saints


Each week, between August 11, the Feast of St. Clare, and October 4, the Feast of
St. Francis, we will try to highlight an individual who was inspired by the humility, simplicity of life, closeness to the poor, and spirit of prayer of St. Francis. These stories are found in The Franciscan Saints, by Robert Ellsberg.

St. John XXIII


St. John XXIII (1881-1963), born Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, was elected the 260th successor of St. Peter, serving as pope from October 1958 to June 1963. Best known for launching the Second Vatican Council, on Oct. 4, 1962, the eve of its opening, Pope John went to Assisi to pray to the Blessed Mother and St. Francis for the success of the Council, honoring the Franciscan roots that were planted at the age of 14 when he was received as a Third Order Franciscan. He died on June 3, 1963. From his deathbed he dictated this final message: “Now more than ever… our intention is to serve people and not only Catholics; to defend above all and everywhere the rights of the human person and not only those of the Catholic Church; it is not the Gospel that changes; it is we who begin to understand it better…” Pope John XXIII was canonized in April 2014.


Rite of Christian Initiation for
Adults and Children:

If you are looking for a spiritual home or are baptized Catholic but have not yet received Eucharist or Confirmation, the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA), and RCIA Adapted for Children may be for you. A new group is forming soon. If interested, complete a registration form online at http://bit.ly/SacPrepForm

For any questions, please contact DFF@stfrancisparish.com





St. Francis Church will be open from 9:00am-3:00pm weekdays for private prayer.
Entrance to the church is by the side door in the breezeway.
Please check this page for updates.

Confession: Can be scheduled (call Fr. Rey at 916-443-8084 xt 115)
or after 12:10pm Mass Mon., Wed.,and Fri.

All parish meetings and parish Faith Formation
programs remain cancelled or on Zoom until further notice.
And the Parish Office is closed to the public for the time being.

Please continue to check our website as we will be posting new information as
it becomes available. 

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https://www.scd.org/catholic-foundation/support-your-school 



LIVE STREAMING MASS


Sunday - 08/14/22 - The 20th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvl1TpHE3e0
Our Songsheet/Bulletin

Videos can be can also accessed by using these links:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxrC_xaCQnu2_axUeGt1TNw
or https://bit.ly/37XEfK3

Act of Spiritual Communion
My Jesus,
I believe that You
are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love You above all things,
and I desire to receive You into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment
receive You sacramentally,
come at least spiritually into my heart.
I embrace You as if You were already there
and unite myself wholly to You.
Never permit me to be separated from You.
Amen.



Loving God, grant that your healing grace may flow to all those who are suffering or ill, and that your strength and love may be with all those close to these brothers and sisters, for those who are providing care for them, and for all those who offer prayer on their behalf.
We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.




PARISH NEWS


BEREAVEMENT MINISTRY

The Bereavement Ministry of St. Francis of Assisi is offering a Grief Support Group on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month via ZOOM from 6:30-8:00pm. To participate contact a facilitator no later than 2 days before a meeting.
Julie Garcia Swiecicki 1 916 359-2672 juliagds@att.net
Theresa Arciniega 1 916 359-7732 tarciniega333@gmail.com
Kent Meyer 1 916 206-1414 kentonmeyers@stfrancisparish.com

COMMUNION TO THE HOMEBOUND

The St. Francis Communion Visitation Ministry is currently suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic. Please join us in praying the Act of Spiritual Communion during the Eucharist online. In addition, the Ministry is sending prayer cards to anyone who requests them. The cards include the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe from the new oil painting in the south transept of our church, and the Prayer to Our Lady of Guadalupe for Protection from Coronavirus, as provided by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

The prayer card is available in English or Spanish. To receive it, please email your mailing address to the Ministry at sfcommunionvisitation@gmail.com.

(VIRTUAL) FRANCISCAN CROWN ROSARY

On the first Saturday of each month, 9-10am, we pray the Franciscan Crown Rosary, followed by conversation and fellowship. Please sign up by emailing Louis at louisvasquez123@hotmail.com. A Zoom invitation will be emailed to you.



Office Hours

Closed to the public. Staff may be reached by leaving an email or voicemail message.

Who We Are

Honoring our Franciscan tradition, St. Francis Parish is a Catholic Christian Community building the reign of God in the spirit and path of St. Francis and St. Clare of Assisi. We value vibrant liturgy and personal prayer as a way to worship God and celebrate life.

We are an inclusive community respecting the dignity of all persons and supporting the journey of each person. We respond to the command of Jesus to love by welcoming all, evangelizing, supporting spiritual growth, and being Eucharist to each other.

Challenged by the Holy Spirit, we reach beyond ourselves to care for our neighbors, the poor, the marginalized, and those alienated by our Catholic Church. We aspire to be witnesses and prophets advocating for justice in the world and in the church.

All Are Welcome

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