“The children in the choir are sharing their talents, they are stewards of
God. Children of the Light.”-Father Soane Kaniseli
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PLEASE HELP BY DONATING YOUR EMPTY PRESCRIPTION BOTTLES, LABELS REMOVED. THESE ARE ITEMS WE TAKE FOR GRANTED AND THROW AWAY SINCE THEY CANNOT BE RECYCLED. DONATING THEM WOULD HELP MANY OF OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN AFRICA KEEP THEIR MEDICINES SAFE, AND KEEP OUR LITTLE CHILDREN SAFE. THANK YOU, AND GOD BLESS.
RCIA I AND RCIA II ARE IN SESSION, PLEASE VIEW POST FOR IMPORTANT INFORMATION, THANK YOU.
We are collecting empty prescription medicine bottles (labels removed) for the
people of Africa. They often only have a piece of paper to keep their valuable
medicine in. Please place bottles in the designated bins in the narthex. Thank
you so much for your help!
For more information, please contact:
Pete Hernandez-CIA Coordinator (916) 307-7576 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Divine Mercy Children’s Choir is open to all CFF students. Faith Formation children
rehearse weekly on Wednesdays from 5:30 to 6:30 PM in Portables 1 and 2,
and sing once a month for the Family mass. If you would like more information,
please contact: Luz Manrique at email@example.com or drop by the CFF
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What is the promise in the First Covenant ? What is the promise
in the Second Covenant? In whom is the Covenant fulfilled?
Answers to these and others can be found by attending RCIA
classes. RCIA is a journey into the teachings of the Catholic faith.
If you are interested in joining RCIA contact the Parish
Office at 916-256-3134 or see the Parish Web Site divinemercynatomas.com
for more information.
On Friday, September 9th the Feast day of St. Peter Claver, the CIA teens and their
families came together to celebrate mass with a special intention for Ben Robledo.
Father Soane asked for us to pray for Ben on his vocation: his military career, and
for his safe return. We then went to Leatherby’s to continue the celebration with
ice cream, fun and friendship. Thank you to Father Soane, for celebrating mass, and
for acknowledging Ben on his service to the parish. Thank you to Michelle Pratt and
Debbie Kemper for being wonderful chaperones.
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