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PLEASE NOTE FOR ALL CHURCH MASSES:
For the safety of all face masks are welcome, but not required. Social Distancing will be observed. Hand sanitizing will be offered prior to receiving Communion.
• Saturday at 5:15pm
• Sunday at 7:30am
• Sunday at 9:30am (livestreamed)
Livestreamed Masses will be livestreamed as usual (https://bit.ly/37XEfK3)
Or try our URL - https://www.youtube.com/@StFrancisOfAssisiSacramento
WEEKDAY MASSES THIS WEEK:
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 12:10pm
This weekend! February 24 and 25th!!
Lent and Holy Week for Grownups!
Join us in person!
Please come to our next gathering at 8:45 AM on Saturday, March 9th.
We will feature song, prayer, storytelling, and small group discussions (tables of 6). Masks are optional and light refreshments will be served. There is no cost to attend and no RSVP necessary. We’d love to see you for coffee and conversation.
Saturday, March 9, 2024
8:45 – 11:00 AM
Celebrating the Feast of St. Francis
with a parish Picnic in Oct’ 2024
is Right Around the Corner!
A 2024 Parish Picnic Coordinator is Needed!
Last year's picnic was fun and there were many volunteers to help with food, decorations, set up, and break down. Here is an opportunity for a parishioner to organize this years’s event. The coordinator will have plenty of support.
If interested, please contact Richard at firstname.lastname@example.org or Melba at email@example.com for more information.
Our evening reflection will offer some perspectives as to hope we might discern in the midst of the conflict and division in our World today. We will recall the words and strategy of Pope Joh the XXIII who confronted the “prophets of doom” at the beginning of the Second Vatican Council. The Council itself offered us hope by emphasizing the presence and expectation of the Kingdom of God as something greater than the Church itself. This “Kingdom of God” is unfolding in our time by a restored understanding of the Church as the people of God living in the World as a source of that justice which gives birth to peace. The developing sense of the Church as a Synodal people of discernment continues and implements the work of Vatican II. Finally, we will confront some of the issues of our day with the intent to discern a sense of direction based on hope and not a false sense of optimism.
ST. FRANCIS ADULT MINISTRY PRESENTS
HOPE IN THE TIME OF TROUBLE
By Rev. Tom Bonacci C. P.
Those who look to God are radiant;
their faces are never covered with shame.
The poor ones call out to God,
and God hears them;
saving them out of all their troubles. - Psalm 34: 5-6
Wednesday, March 6th
at 7:15 PM (after Taize)
Closed on major holidays.
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