Saturday 4:30 pm ✝ Rafael Wynn, ✝ Jaime Fernandez
Sunday 9:00 am ✝ James & Mary Moix, ✝ Lorena Merino
Sunday 11:15 am ✝ Frank DiPaola Sr., ✝ Al & Ruth Compton
Wednesday 7:00 am Intentions of the Valdez Family
Thursday 7:00 am ✝ John Diaz
Friday 7:00 am Intentions of Alfonso & Socorro Valdez
We started clearing the dead trees and the brush adjacent to the entrance drive. That area was not touched for probably two decades and there is a lot of work to be done. We also have some very old pines that are dying and present a danger to us but especially to our neighbors. Steps are already taken and plans are being prepared to remove them. This project of clearing around our property may take us few more months – especially removing the giant trees. Thus, we were thinking to do the tree planting in September or early October, whenever the rainy season starts. We will be planting palms, olive trees, lemon trees, ornamental trees and shrubs as well as some evergreens. Let us know if you are interested in sponsoring one tree or more. We have plenty of space to plant many trees.
The Friends of Cachagua Children’s Center (FCCC) is a recently formed 501c3 non-profit association whose purpose is to provide extracurricular activities for the children and youth of the Cachagua/Tassajara area. The association is tied to the Cachagua Children’s Center which is run by the Carmel Unified School District. The first fund-raising activity of this association is a garage sale to be held on June 4th, 8 am to 3 pm, at 40 Ford Road in the Village. All proceeds from this sale will go to FCCC. Please help our children by stopping by on June 4th, or donate directly by sending a check to FCCC, c/o Pat Gray, 40 Ford Road, Carmel Valley, CA 93924.
Our next meeting will be on June 6, 2016 at Corkscrew Café. The guest speaker is Pat Gray. Topic: Following in the footsteps of St. Ignatius. As a parishioner, Pat Gray shares her Ignatian pilgrimage from Bilbao to Barcelona, Spain. Learn more about the founder of the Jesuits and Ignatian spirituality which has greatly influenced our Pope Francis. Summer Reading Recommendation: Inner Compass: An Invitation to Ignatian Spirituality by Margaret Silf. If you would like to receive email notification of summer plans and future meetings, contact Pat Gray, 650-417-5902, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have you lost your zest for God and Church? Would you like to meet other people who have children and/or want to learn more about the faith but in a fun way? In 1.5 hours Agape Evening will offer upbeat Christian/Catholic music, a lovely dinner for everyone and a wonderful opportunity to meet others and learn more about our faith. The theme of our first event will be TRIVIA NIGHT. Everyone is welcome especially newly Catholics, or parents with children. Come, have fun, relax, enjoy a delicious dinner. Mark your calendars: our first event will be on Thursday, June 23. We will start at 5:30pm and will be finished by 7pm. Music will be provided by Lindsay Beery and Monika Spruch. For RSVP and for more info please email Lindsay Beery at email@example.com.
Recently we just trained all children in our second year of First Communion as altar servers. It is our hope that many of them will become altar servers but we need the parents’ collaboration. At some Masses, especially at 4:30 Saturday and 9 am Sunday we don’t have enough children as altar servers at all Masses.
In an effort to improve our liturgies, we are renewing our invitation to all adults in the parish. There will be adult acolytes as well; this ministry of service will include the sacristan role of preparing for Mass, serving at the altar and preparing the altar for the Eucharist and Communion. Let the parish office know if you want to help as an acolyte. Training will be offered at the date/time of your choosing.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 7:00 am
Saturday (Vigil): 4:30 pm
Sunday: 9:00 am, 11:15 am
First Sunday of month, Spanish Mass: 6:00 pm
Holy Days: as announced
Reconciliation: Saturday at 3:30 pm,
and by appointment.
Office hours: Wed. - Fri., 9:00 am - 1:00 pm,
1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Hope's Pantry: Wednesday 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Ministry Rosters and Schedules
Hope’s Pantry & Boutique need:
- Canned food, canned fruit, boxed cereal
- Pasta, pasta sauce, rice, beans
- Clean and usable clothing, shoes, especially jeans and work clothes
- Blankets, sleeping bags