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Bundle & e-waste Saturday & Sunday
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July 26-27 are Bundle & e-waste Saturday & Sunday at St. Joseph Church. Start cleaning out your closets and bring your good useable items & recyclable electronics to the church parking lot at that time. There will be a container to store both useable goods and e-waste products. Members of the Society will be there to help you unload. A list of acceptable items, and a recyclable Electronics Waste Guideline will be published in the 7/20 Weekly Bulletin. Plastic bags will be available at the Exit for your usage. Thank you for your generosity.

Some items to think about to recycle: Televisions, Monitors, Computer Systems, Computer components, Laptops, Copy Machines, Fax Machines, Printers, Scanners, MP3, Video Game Consoles, Video Games, Cell Phones, Audio, Digital Cameras, Cables, Wiring, Electrical Music Gear, and any other electronics you may have.
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First Time Eucharistic Minister Formation
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Sunday, July 27 Are you being compelled to be an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion? Are you being called into service at the Lord’s Table? Join us at our Formation session on Sunday, July 27, 2014 directly after the 12:30 pm Mass. For more information and to RSVP, please contact EM Coordinator Bill Ramos at billramos@ymail.com or call 510.289.1300.
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Good News Notice!
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Our next Scripture Series is on: Exploring the Biblical Spirituality of The Joy of the Gospel - Liturgically, theologically, sacramentally, and devotionally, we who constitute the body of the Church are called to hear the cry of the poor in whom we experience the risen and crucified Jesus. Inspired by the work and wisdom of Pope Francis, we will explore a few aspects of his Apostolic Exhortation, "The Joy of the Gospel." Presenter: Tom Bonacci, CP - Place: Holy Family Motherhouse -159 Washington Blvd. 94539 -Time: 7:30-9:00 P.M Mondays
  • July 7 "The Prophet's Rage" Revisiting The Two Sabbath Commandments
  • July 21 “Lord Hears the Cry of the Poor" Dialogue and the Deep Presence of God
  • July 28 "Here May the Victims of Oppression Find True Freedom!" - A Renewed Theology of the Incarnation
Good will offering - Info: 656-2331
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Youth Assistance needed for St. Vincent de Paul
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St. Vincent de Paul is looking for some Junior/High school aged youths to assist us in loading our "Bundle Sunday & Ewaste" container on the weekend of July 27 & 28th. This will be a good way to get hours during the summer. If you are interested please contact Chris Ho at (408) 771-1370 or chris-ho@sbcglobal.net
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Summer School at St. Joseph School
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Starting June 30 This year St. Joseph School is offering classes in both curricular and enrichment areas. Dates: June 30 to July 25th. Please see the school website, www.sjsmsj.org, for additional information, to view the exciting class offerings and registration paperwork. Feel free to call the school office with any questions (510) 656-6525. Registration is due now. We hope to see you here!
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Catholic Daughters of the Americas ~ Salad/Bingo Luncheon
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Thursday, August 7 Catholic Daughters of the Americas - Court Father Francisco de Lasuen #1508 presents their 25th Annual Salad Luncheon & Bingo. Thursday, August 7th, 2014 at 12 noon at St. Joseph Church Hall. Donation: $10 (includes lunch & two bingo cards). For Tickets Contact: Eleanor Chesterman - 510-657-2758 or Gen. Vanek 510-656-8847. Make checks payable to: CDA Ct. #1508 (prepaid tickets may be picked up at the door on August 7th). All proceeds go to the Court's Charities.
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Answers to questions about Catholic Funeral and Cemetery Services
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  • Q. Does the Catholic Church allow cremation?
  • A. Yes. While there is a clear preference for traditional burial, as Christ was buried in the tomb, cremation has been accepted for over forty years. Cremation should be done in accordance with the Church’s teaching in regards to the sanctity of the human body and belief in the Resurrection.
For more information about your Catholic Funeral and Cemetery Services, a ministry of the Diocese of Oakland, call the Funeral Center at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery at 510-537-6600 or visit our website at www.cfcsOakland.org.
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Dear Friends
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Thank you to all who have faithfully fulfilled your Capital Campaign pledges as well as those who gave one-time gifts. I am grateful, too, for those who in addition have been regularly giving additional gifts to the campaign. We have stopped the monthly collection for now as we prepare for our third campaign which we will piggyback onto the upcoming diocesan campaign. A lot of work continues to take place as we move toward the building of our new parish church. I hope to have good news concerning this in the near future. Please know you and your loved ones have a place in my Masses and prayers. Peace and love, Fr. Manny
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SPRING CLEANING? GRADUATING?
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St. Vincent de Paul is collecting school supply items such as binders, binder paper, spiral notebooks, folders, pencils, pens, crayons, markers, rulers, erasers, scissors, etc. to distribute to our clients. We plan to distribute these items starting at the end of July. So, if you are doing your spring cleaning and have some extra unused school supplies which could be donated, please send them to SVDP. Donations may be dropped off into one the SVDP plastic collection containers located behind the last pew in our St. Joseph Church. Thank you for your generosity and for helping us help those in need.
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CYO 2014 Cross Country Registration
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See school website www.sjsmsj.org/cyo/cyoForms.html or Contact JoAnna at jdiazyoshioka@comcast.net. 45 Minute practices on Mondays & Wednesdays begin Monday, August 25.
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