Our thanks to the entire crew who worked so hard to make this festival a successful fundraising event for our parish. We wish to express our gratitude to the team who planned, developed and implemented this wonderful parish and community event. We wish to thank the Hispanic community who cooked all the delicious food and organized activities for this fun-filled day. We also thank the neighboring parishes who participated, as well as the Knights of Columbus who helped. Thank you to the folks who attended and supported the beauty of Catholic togetherness.
With joy we present you with the Brochure for the Santa Rosa Congress scheduled for Saturday, September 28, 2019. This event welcomes all adults in your parish. The cost for early bird registration is $20.00.
Con alegría os presentamos con el folleto del Congreso Santa Rosa programado para sábado, 28 de septiembre de 2019. Este evento invita a todos los adultos en su parroquia. El costo del evento es de $20.00.
Click here to download a copy of the brochure.
What does Ordinary Time mean? Why is Ordinary Time called ordinary? Although it might come as a surprise, Ordinary Time is not called "ordinary" based on its level of importance. The origin of the name Ordinary Time comes from the Latin word ordinalis, which means "numbered." Ordinary Time, which occurs between Christmas and Lent then again between Easter and Advent, signifies a numbered (or ordered) list of Sundays that anchor our daily lives in the Catholic Church.
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