The Pastors Corner
Fr. Michaelraj Philominsamy, Pastor OLG
There is an opening at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church for a keyboard player familiar with contemporary and gospel styles of music. This individual must be able to read music and accompany a cantor/choir. Beginning schedule will be every second and third Sunday at the 9 am liturgy with rehearsals during the week.
If you are interested, please contact:
Father Michaelraj at :
SAINT OF THE DAY
Saint Kenneth (515-600) was an Irish monk who founded monateries and wrote commentaries on the Gospels. He was from that celebrated age of evangelizing monks in Ireland. He studied under St. Finnian and St. Columba, and was a fellow pupil with St. Kieran. He was indispensable to the missionary efforts in Scotland and became one of the favorite Irish saints of Scotland. Legend says that when he was praying as a hermit, a stag would hold his Bible with its antlers; and that at his rebuke all the mice on the Island of Inish Ubdain left.
Here is the link where you can find the digital booklet containing pictures of P ope Francis in celebration of his first year: Click here
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North Coast Catholic
The October issue of the diocesan newspaper North Coast Catholic is available for pick up here in the vestibule of the church. Inside you will see great articles on earthquake relief efforts, how one becomes a deacon, Halloween, ISIS, a fascinating story from the Church's past, and much, much more. También tenemos varios artículos en español. Take a copy home, please. We appreciate your support.
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Click on the link below to light a virtual candle for your intentions, your requests, your blessings during the Advent Season. You may want to begin or end your day with the sacred ritual of lighting a candle. Or you may want to light a birthday candle for a friend. Click the link to get started.
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