C a t H o l i C C H u r C H
ig l e s i a Ca t ó l i C a d e
la sagrada Familia
7817 Old Auburn Road • Citrus Heights, CA 95610
Phone (916) 723-2494 • Fax (916) 723-0199 • www.holyfamilych.org
today / this weekend
ReveRend Michael F. KieRnan
Parochial Administrator / Administrador Parroquial hispanic apostolate hospitality
Sunday June 29th after the 10:30 Mass. Meet the different
ReveRend JeRoniMo “Ron” MaRcelo
Parochial Vicar / Vicario Parroquial
services our parish offers. (See Page 5)
ReveRend John P. Sullivan
Retired, In Residence / Retirado, En Residencia day oF FUn in the sUn
Today, Sunday, June 29, ALL DAY!
deacon MaRK holt (See page 4.)
Pastoral Associate / Asociado Pastoral
SiSteR aRlene connelly, i.B.v.M. this week
School Principal / Directora de La Escuela
This Wednesday, July 2nd, 3-7 pm in the Youth Office.
PaRiSh oFFice houRS
hoRaS de oFicina de la PaRRoquia (See page 4.)
Monday/ Lunes 12:00 - 4:00 pm
Tuesday - Friday/ Martes - Viernes 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday/ Sábada y Domigo Closed
new theology oF the Body series
Every Thursday evening from 7-9pm beginning June 19th
MaSS Schedule - hoRaRio de MiSaS in the Community Center (See page 5.)
Daily Mass (Mon-Sat)/ Misa Diaria (Lunes-Sábado) 8:30 am
Saturday Vigil/ Vigilia Sabatina 4:30 pm
Sunday / Domingo neXt week and Beyond
7:30 am, 9:00 am, 12:30 pm, and 6:00 pm (in English)
10:30 am (en Español) catholics retUrning hoMe
Holy Days/ Días de Fiesta 8:30 am, 6:00 pm (in English) “What Makes Us Catholic?”
7:30 pm (en Español) Wednesday July 9, 7:00 pm in the school library (See page 5.)
conFeSSionS - conFeSioneS
Saturday/ Sábado 3:00 - 4:00 pm (in English and Spanish) pro-liFe Mass, First Friday
In addition to the time shown, confessions are 8:30 am on the 4th of July!
available by appointment in English and Spanish. Pro-life rosary will precede Mass in the Adoration Chapel
Además de estos horarios, las confesiones están disponibles (See page 5.)
pidiendo cita y son en inglés o español.
MaRRiaGeS - MatRiMonioS
teen Mission eXperience
Six months advance notice requested - Missionaries of Charity Summer Day Camp
Please contact the parish office. St. Peter’s Church
Avisar seis meses antes - July 7-11 and 14-18. (See page 4.)
Por favor contacte la oficina de la parroquia.
BaPtiSMS - BautiSMoS
Please contact Rebecca Kistler (916) 726-7217 November 8 through November 22
Por favor llame a Lupita Wandry (916) 489-3673 Contact Fr. John Sullivan.
June 29, 2008 - Solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul
“I have competed well; I have finished the race; I have kept the faith.” 2 Tim 4:7
Power From Above
I came across this ar ticle written by Father These considerations immediately provoke a
Raniero Cantalamessa whows the presenter at the recent question: Do we live under the old law or the new law? Do we
gathering I attended in Mexico. I hope all of you are fulfill our religious duties by constraint, by fear and habit, or
praying each day to be open to the Holy Spirit who will rather by an intimate conviction and almost by attraction?
fill and bless your lives. Do we experience God as a father or a boss?
Everyone has on some occasion seen people pushing I conclude with a story. At the beginning of the
a stalled car trying to get it going fast enough to start. There last century a family from southern Italy emigrated to the
are one or two people pushing from behind and another United States. Not having enough money to pay for meals
person at the wheel. If it does not get going after the first at restaurants, they took bread and cheese with them for the
try, they stop, wipe away the sweat, take a breath and try trip. As the days and weeks passed the bread became stale
again. ... and the cheese moldy; at a certain point their child could not
Then suddenly there is a noise, the engine starts to take it anymore and could do nothing but cry.
work, the car moves on its own and the people who were The parents took the last bit of money that they had
pushing it straighten themselves up and breathe a sigh of and gave it to him so that he could have a nice meal at a
relief. restaurant. The child went, ate and came back to his parents
This is an image of what happens in Christian in tears. The parents asked: “We have spent all the money we
life. One goes forward with much effort, without great had left to buy you a nice meal and you are still crying?”
progress. But we have a very powerful engine (“the power “I am crying because I found out that one meal a
from above!”) that only needs to be set working. The feast day was included in the price and this whole time we have
of Pentecost should help us to find this engine and see how been eating bread and cheese!”
to get it going. Many Christians go through life with only “bread and
The account from the Acts of the Apostles begins cheese,” without joy, without enthusiasm, when they could,
thus: “When the time for Pentecost was fulfilled, they were spiritually speaking, every day enjoy every good thing of God,
all together in the same place.” it all being included in the price of being Christians.
From these words, we see that Pentecost pre-existed The secret for experiencing that which John XXIII
Pentecost. In other words, there was already a feast of called “a new Pentecost” is called prayer. That is where we
Pentecost in Judaism and it was during this feast that the find the “spark” that starts the engine!
Holy Spirit descended. One cannot understand the Christian Jesus promised that the heavenly Father would give
Pentecost without taking into account the Jewish Pentecost the Holy Spirit to those who asked for him (Luke 11:13). Ask
that prepared it. then! The liturgy of Pentecost offers us magnificent words
In the Old Testament there were two interpretations to do this:
of the feast of Pentecost. At the beginning there was the “Come, Holy Spirit ...
feast of the seven weeks, the feast of the harvest, when Come, O Father of the poor,
the first fruits of grain were offered to God, but then, and Ever bounteous of Thy store,
certainly during Jesus’ time, the feast was enriched with a Come, our heart’s unfailing light.
new meaning: It was the feast of the conferral of the law and Come, Consoler, kindest, best,
of the covenant on Mount Sinai. Come, our bosom’s dearest guest,
If the Holy Spirit descends upon the Church precisely Sweet refreshment, sweet repose.
on the day in which Israel celebrated the feast of the law Rest in labor, coolness sweet,
and the covenant, this indicates that the Holy Spirit is the Tempering the burning heat,
new law, the spiritual law that sealed the new and eternal Truest comfort of our woes!”
covenant. A law that is no longer written on stone tablets Come Holy Spirit!
but on tablets of flesh, on the hearts of men.
PaRiSh SteWaRdShiP uPdate
With the beginning of the new fiscal year approaching,
I again humbly and deeply thank you for your great
generosity to Holy Family Parish. As always, I am grateful
for the dedication and hard work of our Finance Council.
I hope you continue to review the stewardship report
that appears in each Sunday’s bulletin, and I hope you
find it useful. This week’s report shows that we are at just
over 96% of our goal with one weekend to go, counting
our Parish mission this one. Perhaps a little year-end push can drive us even
closer to that goal!
May God continue to bless you in your generosity, and
misión Parroquial may you and your families enjoy a blessed summer, and
have an abundance for every good work in the Lord.
We the community of Holy Family Parish, all
— St. PatRicK’S hoMe FoR childRen —
members of the Body of Christ, strive to be
caR donation PRoGRaM
a voice of truth and clarity in our faith. We Your donation of a vehicle would be a huge help to
worship God and celebrate the gift of Jesus our programs and is very easy to do. You simply call us
Christ in Word and Sacrament. Unified by and we will make all arrangements to get your vehicle
handled as quickly as possible. Please call Roger Abbot
the Holy Spirit, we commit to the on-going at 428-1601.
conversion to Christ in ourselves and in
our parish. We are committed to extending needed: FoSteR & adoPtive PaRentS
St. Patrick’s Foster Care & Adoption Agency is looking for
Christ’s unconditional love to all, especially individuals & families that are interested in becoming
the neglected, the oppressed, the aged and the a Foster Parent or adopting a child. Children of all ages
wounded of heart. We welcome all to share in and ethnicities are waiting to be adopted. For more
information call 421-1620 ext. 230 and ask for Cynthia,
the richness of our Catholic heritage. Social Service Assistant.
La comunidad de la Parroquia de la Sagrada
SteWaRdShiP – tReaSuRe
Familia, todos miembros de cuerpo de Cristo, GeneRal collection
nos esforzamos de ser portadores de la Weekly Goal $ 11,000.00
Verdad y de ser claros en nuestra fe. Nosotros June 1 ...................................................................$ 12,682.00
June 8 ...................................................................$ 10,459.00
glorificamos a Dios y celebramos a Cristo en June 15 ................................................................$ 9,269.00
Palabra y Sacramento. June 22 ...............................................................$ 10,606.00
Unidos por el Espíritu Santo, nos yeaR-to-date $ 550,599.00
Goal-to-Date (52 Weeks) $ 572,000.00
comprometemos a una continua conversión a % of Goal Collected 96.26 %
Cristo en cada uno de nosotros y en nuestra annual Goal (53 Weeks) $ 583,000.00
parroquia. Nos comprometemos a compartir SPecial collectionS
el amor incondicional de Cristo a todos, India Mission ........................................................$ 4,011.50
especialmente a los rechazados, oprimidos, Peter’s Pence Collection .................................. $ 2,864.00
ancianos y los de corazón herido. Todos sus “Nothing is concealed that will not be revealed,” Jesus
miembros son bienvenidos a compartir las tells us, “and nothing hidden that will not become
known.” May our stewardship of God’s gifts be such that
riquezas de nuestra tradición Católica. we would not be ashamed if it were seen in the clear light
of day. See Matthew 10:26
ReadinGS FoR the WeeK
Mon: Am 2:6-10, 13-16; Mt 8:18-22
Tue: Am 3:1-8; 4:11-12; Mt 8:23-27 hiGh School teenS:
Wed: Am 5:14-15, 21-24; Mt 8:28-34 Bring your permission slip and meet us for our Day of Fun
Thu: St. Thomas: Eph 2:19-22; Jn 20:24-29 in the Sun with the Youth Group in Woodland Sunday,
Fri: Am 8:4-6, 9-12; Mt 9:9-13 June 29th (from 11:00 AM-9:00 PM, Mass included!) it’s
Sat: Am 9:11-15; Mt 9:14-17 free, it’s fun, and you’ll meet new people and have great
Sun: Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time food!
Zec 9:9-10; Rom 8:9, 11-13; Mt 11:25-30
queStion oF the day Teens Drop-In this Wednesday (July 2nd) from 3-7 PM,
Children: Jesus wants us to help others ý what are some and play games: air hockey, board games, video games
ways you can do that for the people in your and karaoke, etc…Open to Middle and High School
family, class, or neighborhood? Youth!
Youth: Who are the people you know who are least teen MiSSion exPeRience:
afraid of sharing their faith with others? What Join us as we work with the Missionaries of Charity to
do they teach you about being a disciple? provide a Summer Day Camp to children in need in
Sacramento! We will be leading the kids in sports as well
Adults: Adults: How have you responded in your own as helping with activities, arts & crafts, etc. The Day Camp
Christian life to Jesus’ call to feed his sheep? will be held at St. Peter’s Church during the weeks of July
Do you recognize this as your own personal 7-11 and 14-18. We will be meeting at the Holy Family
invitation from him to minister to others? Youth Office at 8:00 AM and Returning to the Youth Office
at 2:00 PM. Interested? Please contact Victor at the Holy
Family Youth Office (916-721-8329) or hfyouthministry@
MaSS intentionS yahoo.com
Mon: Rafael Virrueta +
Tue: Zacarias D. Suing (40th Day) + checK uS out online!!!
Thu: Mary Walker + Got questions about our Summer
Fri: Cecilia Herkowski –Int.; Al Herkowski + Schedule of Youth Ministry Events???
Theodor Meuser + Then Check out our Blogspot: www.
Sun: 7:30 am Mass Helen Enlow + hfyouthministry.blogspot.com and
Delores Arrequn –Int. stay in the loop…
6:00 pm Mass Pro Populo
PRayeR coRneR FiRSt coMMunion dvdS
Please remember in your prayers:
Virginia Batina, Richard Blanco, Elisa Bulhoes, Bernard Burke,
Sandi Burton, Verna Chirco, Robert Cluney, Jordan Courtright, If you would like to order one of these
Marie Crane, Darren Crose, Scott Crose, Clare Curran, Julie special DVDs to commemorate our
Desrochers, Virginia Dulley, Sean Ehnen, Henrietta Escovilla, wonderful April 26th parish celebration
Loretta Francescon, Gabbie Galdamez, Olivia Garcia, Ralph of First Holy Communion, please call Jen
Gingrich, Emil Giusti, Bob Gokey, Robert Gonzaga, Timothy at 215-5553 as soon as possible! Cost of
Goodwin, Delia Grijalva, Max Guerra, Jason Hayes, Stanley the DVD is $15.
Hayes, Irene Hertel, Michele Hock, Lila Jarvis, Kathleen
Johnson, Phyllis Johnson, Bill Keenan, Sheema Khan, Jonnie
Kuennen, Karen Lewis, Kim Malone, Carmel Matranga, Joan conFiRMation too!
McShane, Rigoberto Mendoza, Jenine Michilena, Msgr. The 2008 Confirmation Video/DVD is
Mistretta, Xochitl Montano, Mariah Morris, Jason Murphy, complete and now available. Secure
Eliott Jerome Neal, Andy Ngo, Scott Ngo, Chester Pallach, your copy of this timeless keepsake that
LeeAnn Parrott, Loretta Parsons, Maryanne Pelzel, Steve captures the blessed event. Contact Jim
Phelps, Nona Piha, Jennifer Pinnow, Tom Poeschl, Sr. Mary Fullenwider at 916-479-7047 for order
Porter, Bonnie Rasher, Michael Rath, Christine Regan,
Raymond Remick, Evangeline Romero, Suzanne Rose,
Josefina Santiago, Nikelle Schafer, Katherine Schottgen,
Debra Scott, Diane & Mike Smith, Marylyn Smith, Lisa Stamps,
Jardee Stanley, Jo Ster, Laura & Paul Studer, Simon Sucharski,
Clement Sweeney, Maureena Sutton, Elise Taylor, Frances Visit the parish website at:
Thomas, I. Thompson, Laurence Thompson, Xavier Thompson
, Evelyn Urbano, Jovita Vargar, Jean Villanueva, Mike Walker,
Emily Walsh, Marvin Webster, Angela Williams, Sharel Wilson
neW theoloGy oF the Body SeRieS –
Have you ever heard the phrase “Theology of the Body” Prayer Opportunities
but weren’t quite sure what it meant? Attend a new
adult faith formation series, Created & Redeemed, at Holy WoRld aPoStolate oF FatiMa:
Family Parish that will provide the answer! This series is Pope Benedict XVI has elevated the World Apostolate of Fa-
a dynamic eight week program produced by Christopher tima (The Blue Army.) It is now officially associated with
West that focuses on God’s original plan for marriage the Pontifical Council for the Laity in Rome. We are hap-
and sexuality and how an understanding of this plan py to offer these prayers here at Holy Family. All are wel-
gives profound meaning to all of our lives – whether one come to join us Mondays after the 8:30 am Mass in St. Mary
is married, single or a consecrated celibate. Hall. For information, please call Phyllis, 725-0218 or Phyllis,
The series began June 19 and will run every Thursday 725-5358.
evening from 7-9pm at Holy Family Parish’s Community vocationS cRoSS
Center. Format is a DVD presentation followed by a Each week a parish family is presented with the Vocations
question and answer period with group sharing. Cost Cross to take home for the week and asked to pray daily for an
for series is $10 and includes a workbook. increase in vocations to the priesthood and religious life. The
For more information or to register, please call Tim or next Sunday, the family returns the cross and another family is
Julie Desrochers at 784-7622. presented the cross to pray for vocations. If you are interested in
taking the Vocation Cross home, please contact Young Stewart
hiSPanic aPoStolate hoSPitality today! at 332-8732.
The Hispanic Apostolate is hosting a Hospitality event
on Sunday June 29th after the 10:30 Mass. Everyone is euchaRiStic adoRation:
invited to meet the different services our parish offers (in Jesus stays with us day and night in the Blessed Sacrament,
Spanish) and all the great ways you can volunteer your blessing us with the grace that encourages us, consoles us,
talents to our community. The gathering will take place strengthens us, guides us and inspires us to place our trust
at the Virgen de Guadalupe Garden. Refreshments will in Him. We stay with the Real Presence of Jesus in Eucharistic
be served. Everyone is welcome. Adoration to be more personally involved with Him and to keep
the Eucharist central in our lives. Spending time with Jesus in
iSRael-eGyPt touR the Eucharist enables us to build a truly personal relationship
A group tour will leave from San Francisco Airport on with Him. Come into His presence in our beautiful chapel - He
November 8 and return November 22. Fr. John Sullivan will is looking forward to your visit!
be the tour’s spiritual director. Get your reservations in now
BleSSed SacRaMent chaPel viSitinG houRS:
- time and space are running out!
Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 9:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
PRo-liFe MaSS, FiRSt FRiday, July 4th
Sunday 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Come start your holiday right by attending the monthly
Pro-life Mass at 8:30 am on the 4th of July! Recitation of the Also in the chapel: Each day at 9:00 am a community Rosary
pro-life rosary and other prayers will precede the Mass in and Chaplet of Mercy are prayed, and at 3:00 pm the Chaplet
the Adoration Chapel. Won’t you come and spend an hour of Mercy is prayed.
with our Lord to thank Him for all the abundant graces He
has bestowed upon our Nation. “One nation, under God doMinican laity at holy FaMily
indivisible with Liberty and Justice for all.” Let us pray that The Dominican Laity meets here at Holy Family on the first
our Nation will recognize and apply these same rights to the Sunday of every month in St. Mary Hall from 1–3 pm. Come
unborn from the moment of conception through the full and join us in a way of life of prayer, both private and litur-
nine-month term. gical, the study of the sacred truth, the sharing of our spiri-
tual life with others in the community, and in our apostolic
all niGht viGil FoR liFe outreach. For information call Phyllis Sale at 725-5358.
St. RoSe catholic chuRch, SacRaMento
First Friday, July 4th beginning with 7:30 PM Mass and CATHOLICS RETURNING HOME
ending on the first Saturday, July 5th with 8:00 am Mass. We recently completed the initial six-week session of our
Msgr. Kavanaugh leads a Holy Hour of Reparation to the Catholics Returning Home series. We have now begun to
Sacred Heart immediately following the Friday 7:30 PM Mass. address the question of “What Makes Us Catholic?” We
Please join us for Mass and spend an hour more or spend would like to invite anyone from the parish who would
the night praying for Our Country. Following the 8:30 AM like to join us for these sessions on Wednesday evenings
Mass on Saturday. We will pray the Sorrowful Mysteries of from 7:00-8:30pm on the second and fourth Wednesdays
the Rosary and the Divine Mercy Chaplet at the Abortion of the month. This series began last Wednesday, June,
Clinic on Wright St and Alta Arden. Come and pray for an end June 11th, and sessions are held in the school library.
to abortion, the sanctity of marriage and the family and our Please contact Deacon Mark in the parish office if you
national elections. Questions: call June Schott at 967-9158. have any questions.
NEWS FROM AROUND THE DIOCESE And beyond
catholic leGiSlative netWoRK encounteRinG liFe alone
california catholics in action The “Beginning Experience of Sacramento” support
Make a difference! Join thousands of Catholics throughout group is offering its “Encountering Life Alone” program of
California in bringing the richness of Catholic social healing, hope and encouragement for divorced, separated
teaching to our elected representatives in Sacramento and or widowed persons of all faiths.
Washington, DC. Help raise the level of ethics, morality and This 10 week program starts on July 10, 2008 at St. Michael’s
civility in today’s public policy debates. Episcopal Church 2140 Mission Ave., Carmichael.
This is a great opportunity for each of us. Join with The meetings are held from 7:00-9:00 P.M. There is a one-
thousands of other fellow Catholics around the state in time registration fee of $10.00 and a $5.00 weekly fee.
making a difference in our communities and advancing For more information please call (916) 835-2282 or visit
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• Silent Directed Retreat July 4-11, 2008 - Cost $425
adMiniStRative aSSiStant oPeninG • Married Couples Retreat July 18-20, Directed by Fr. Alan
The Department of Evangelization & Catechesis at the Philip, CP Cost: $265 per couple
Diocesan Pastoral Center has an opening for a full- time • Family Retreat August 15-17, 2008
(35 hours per week) Administrative Assistant to begin mid-
For more information on these retreats, call Christ the King
July. The successful applicant must be proficient in Word
Retreat Center at 725-4720.
and Excel and be comfortable working with databases.
Bilingual skills a plus but not required. To apply, please
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Deadline for resumes is Wednesday, June 25. SPeaKinG FoR liFe
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Encounter Weekend! It’s a beautiful weekend experience
designed for couples of all ages and backgrounds. Make
this autumn special by devoting one weekend to the Stay inFoRMed - Read the oFFicial neWSPaPeR
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Marriage Encounter Weekends are: August 15th to 17th
and September 26th to 28th, 2008. For more information
or to register, contact Raul & Gayla Ponce, 866-825-2046 or
MiniStRieS & chuRch
PaRiSh diRectoRy at-a-Glance aFFiliationS
Pastoral council - consejo Pastoral angelic dusters
Contact: Phyllis Sale 725-5358 Mary Bustabade 723-2724
liturgy council - consejo liturgico catholic ladies Relief Society
Contact: John Wihl, 722-7956 Joyce Schweitzer 781-8753
catholics Returning home
Finance council - consejo Finanzas Call the Parish Office 723-2494
Contact: Katie Martin 723-2494
combined capital campaign
Parish Bookkeeper - contadora de la iglesia Tom and Maureen Poeschl 780-0254
Fids Reina 723-2494 disciples in Mission
Tom and Maureen Poeschl 780-0254
Faith Formation -catecismo
Bonnie Johnson 726-7217 Daniela Rodriguez 859-0718 environment committee (liturgy council)
Bonnie Johnson 726-7217
Rcia - Rica para adultos eucharistic adoration
Deacon Mark Holt 723-2494 Angelita Carrillo 285-6715 Lee Lambert 723-8963
Baptism instruction - Platicas Prebautismales evenings for the engaged
Rebecca Kistler 726-7217 Lupita Wandry 489-3673 Bill and Joyce Gray 723-8372
Feed the needy
eucharistic Ministers - Ministros de la eucaristía Nora Martinez 721-1176
Deacon MarkHolt 723-2494 Ruben y Dina Moreno 481-2963
Fellowship and Welcoming Ministry
lectors - Proclamadores de la Palabra Anita Marsolais 723-1775
Chris Taylor 723-2494 Rosita Belongie 967-5830 hispanic apostolate
Frank Borja 723-6309
altar Servers - acolitos
Deacon Mark 723-2494 Crystal Gonzalez 721-4886 Knights of columbus
Dennis Taverna, Grand Knight 947-2003
hospitality - hospitalidad Condit Parsons, Deputy Grand Knight 723-2355
Leann Etcheverry 723-1775 Fidelia Estrada 863-5974 loaves & Fishes
Evelyn Campangna 782-8976
Music Ministry - Ministerio de Musica
John Wihl 722-7956 Nora Borja 723-6309 Ministry to Sick
Jorge Rivera 223-2448 Young Stewart 332-8732
Ministry to the disabled
youth Ministry - Ministerio de Jóvenes Grados 9-12 Amor Taylor 721-6071
Victor Alvarez 721-8329
Parish vocations committee
Junior high youth Ministry - Ministerio de Jóvenes Grados 6-8 Young Stewart 332-8732
Victor Alvarez 721-8329 Preschool & childcare (holy Family School)
Lucy Eberhardt – Director 722-4620
health Ministry - coordinadora de Salud
Ministry Office 721-0388
Juanita Lozano 721-5343
diRectoRio de la PaRRoquia Sacristans
Pat Regan, English 729-1330
Frank Borja, Spanish 723-6309
holy FaMily PaRiSh Bulletin Cub Scouts - Steve Moulis 871-6737
Published Weekly Girl Scouts & Brownies - TBA
Weekly deadline for item Submission: Call the Parish Office 723-2494
Monday, 4:00 pm, for the following weekend Society of St. vincent de Paul
Bill Swars 722-0264
For information, to submit a bulletin item or to place an ad:
Visit the Parish Office or call (916) 723-2494, or Leann Etcheverry 723-1775