Lent & Holy Week Schedule

You are all invited to celebrate our Lenten and Easter celebrations. Below is the schedule of events for your convenience.

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Diocesan Campaign

Reclaiming Christ's Mission Together campaign

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ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST

264 E. Lewelling Blvd., San Lorenzo, CA 94580
Rectory: (510) 351-5050

VISION STATEMENT

A diverse and welcoming community based in faith, inspired by the Holy Spirit to give strength, hope and love to everyone.

MISSION STATEMENT

The family of St. John the Baptist of San Lorenzo brings life to the Word of God through liturgy, ministries and services.

PARISH SUNDAY BULLETINS.
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DIOCESAN CAPITAL CAMPAIGN
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ST. JOHN CATHOLIC SCHOOL
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WELCOME TO ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH

The Schedule of Events Throughout Lent

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HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE

Reconciliation Service for Parishes

Our Parish Lenten Mission Lead By Deacon Matt Dulka

Lent: A time to plant for Easter Joy

Pope Francis challenges us to be missionary disciples who go forth in joy to share the Good News of God's love. Lent is our season to repent, to change our view and attitude towards the joy that springs from the resurrected Jesus. Join us for a parish mission on Monday and Tuesday to reflect upon the joy that God wants for us. What is keeping us from experiencing God's love? What needs to die in our lives to bring forth new life? What needs to be healed and reconciled? Our parish mission will culminate in a Reconciliation Service on Wednesday.

Monday and Tuesday, March 16th and 17th. 9:15 am and 7:00 pm (each session repeated in the morning and the evening for one hour).

English in Church in the morning and in the Community Meeting Room in the evening

Spanish in Community Meeting Room in the morning and in the Church in the evening.

May God bless you all,
Fr. Mike Lacey

THE ANGEL OF THE LORD DECLARED UNTO MARY AND SHE CONCEIVED BY THE HOLY SPIRIT.

On March 25, the Church celebrates the Solemnity of the Annunciation and we are nine months from Christmas. The Church celebrates the Annunciation of Mary nine months before the birth of the Child Jesus, in order to show that the conception of Christ takes place nine months before his birth, in conformity with the laws of nature. Today, the Church remembers the day of the conception of Christ as it was announced to Mary, the Virgin of Nazareth, the daughter of Joachim and Anne. This annunciation to Mary was accomplished through the Archangel Gabriel, who spoke in the very name of God. Gabriel means Strength of God, or Power of God.

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Diocesan Capital Campaign - Reception Events

Last weekend I spoke at all the Masses explaining the purpose and necessity of the Diocesan Capital Campaign.
Please pray for the success of the Campaign.
In case you have not received your invitation to attend one of the reception events. I'm printing it here for
your convenience. By coming to one of the reception events you will get information for the purpose of the
campaign and have your questions answered.

Sunday, March 8 at 3:15 p.m. in the Gym (Spanish)
Tuesday, March 10 at 6:30 p.m. in the Gym (Bishop Barber will be attending)
Wednesday, March 11 at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Meeting Room
Thursday, March 12 at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Meeting Room
Tuesday, March 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the Community meeting Room (Spanish)

9:30 a.m. Englishh
12:00 p.m. Spanish

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