Monthly Memorial Mass at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
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March 7th On the first Saturday of each month in Hayward at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, they celebrate a Memorial Mass at 11:00am in the Mausoleum of the Apostles chapel. Although this monthly celebration is in memory of all those who have been served by Holy Angels Funeral & Cremation Center and Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, they specifically recognize those served the prior month. If interested, please join them on March 7th at 11:00am. For more information, please call Holy Sepulchre at 510-537-6600.
International Festival Kickoff Planning Meeting
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Sunday, March 8 NEW DATE! - Join us in the church hall on Sunday, MARCH 8TH after the 9am Mass for a brief planning meeting. All are welcome. Come share your ideas, me and ways you can help our 1 day Sunday June 7th International Festival. Food, Games, Entertainment Family, Friends and a Raffle! Contact JoAnna? Diaz Yoshioka at jdiazyoshioka@comcast.net if you have quesons.

St. Patrick's Day Dinner & Music
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Saturday, March 14 Please join us for this year’s good old-fashioned St. Patty’s Day feast hosted by the St. Joseph Men’s Club. It will be in the parish hall from 6:30pm to 11pm. We will have live Irish music by Kerbside and a Pot O’ Gold Cash Raffle so big you’ll want a shot at it. Book a whole table so your family, friends, and neighbors can enjoy St. Patty’s Day together. Menu: Corned Beef & Cabbage, Red Potatoes, Carrots, Dessert. $20 Dine-in / $15 take-out.

This single Men’s Club fundraiser supports our entire year’s activities such as “Christmas in May,” other service projects for the less fortunate, and our annual scholarship award. For more information, contact Al Rendon, 510-656-2427, wt6k@arrl.net or click here for the St. Patrick's Day Dinner Flyer
Volunteer tour guides needed
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The Mission Museum is recruiting docents (tour guides) to give guided tours to 4th grade classes during the week and family tours on the second Sunday of each month. Tours are scheduled Monday-Friday? at 10 a.m. or 12:30 p.m. and last approximately 2 hours. Sunday tours are at 1 p.m. We will provide the training materials which you can take home to study. If you enjoy people and/or history, we need your help. We ask that you give a minimum of 2 tours a month. The number of school children we can tour through the mission is only limited by the number of docents available. Interested? Call Barbara at 657-8233 or Dolores 657-1797 ext 106.
St. Joseph Table - Feast Day of St. Joseph
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Thursday, March 19 The Feast of Our Patron Saint is Wednesday, March 19th, 2015
  • 8am Mass in the Mission
Our Annual St. Joseph’s Table / Potluck Celebration will be held after the 8am Mass in the Hall. Please bring a dish to share. All are welcome!
Taize - Prayer around the Cross
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3rd Fridays of every month Please join us on the 3rd Friday of every month & Good Friday from 8pm to 9pm - Feb. 20, Mar. 20, Apr. 3 - Good Friday, Apr. 17, May 15, June 19, July 17, Aug. 21 - 43326 Mission Blvd., Fremont, CA 94539 (entrance on Mission Tierra Place)

TAIZE Prayer is an ecumenical service, open to all faiths. This prayer and song around the Cross is held in the Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose Chapel. In a spirit of peace and reconciliation, our TAIZE service is attended by people of all ages. For more information, please contact Sister Marcia Krause, OP at 510-502-5797. Please help us spread the word about this prayer service. We hope you are able to attend and bring a friend or two.
Bereavement Support Group
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All of us experience heartrending losses during our lives. These are not limited to deaths but also to loss of a job, health, a broken relationship, a home, a pet. Are you coping with such a loss? You are not alone. At our support group, you will meet others who are also mourning a loss and be able to listen or express your feelings in a safe, confidential, and nonthreatening environment. Through prayer and sharing, burdens may be lightened and hearts start to heal. Our deanery support group will meet for 9 weeks starting on January 25, 2015, 2:30 - 3:30 PM in the Fireside Lounge at Holy Spirit Church, 37588 Fremont Blvd. This series will run for 9 consecutive Sundays. The topics are as follows: 1/25 – Sharing the story of your grief, 2/1 – As you deal with your loss, 2/8 – Anger, 2/25 – Regrets, 3/1 – How is your grief maturing? 3/8 – Sharing memories, 3/15 – Ritual & healing, 3/22 – Memorial service.
Soup & Stations of the Cross
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Fridays Soup & Stations Let us gather together each Friday of Lent in the Church Hall as a community of faith for a simple meal of soup provided by one of our ministries. We then gather in the Mission for Stations of the Cross. Soup: 6:00pm in Church Hall - Stations: 7:00pm in Mission. All are welcome.
Socks for the Soul
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Warm Feet ~ Warm Hearts Catholic Social Teaching is central to our faith, and is based on - and inseparable from - our understanding of human life and dignity. Scripture teaches us that God has a special concern for the Pour and Vulnerable.

How do we care for and stand with our poor and vulnerable brothers and sisters?

You can help those in need by donating packages of new white socks for men.

Collection bins will be in the back of the Church throughout March. Question? Contact Deacon Lance glv44@aol.com or Toni Shellen toni@shellen.com
Operation Rice Bowl
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Friday, April 3 As part of our faith community’s Lenten observance, we will participate in Catholic Relief Services’ Lenten program, Operation Rice Bowl. We encourage you to participate in Operation Rice Bowl at home with your family and loved ones. Please take a rice bowl from the display in the center of the Church. Through our participation in Operation Rice Bowl, we put our faith into action; our prayers and alms help people in need around the world. Learn more about Operation Rice Bowl at http://orb.crs.org/

Rice bowls will be collected on Good Friday, April 3.

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