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Church Address: 941 Lexington St. , Santa Clara, CA 95050
Office Address: 725 Washington St., Santa Clara, CA 95050
E-mail: [email protected]
Web-site: www.stclareparish.org
~ Mass Schedule ~
Weekend:
5:00 pm (Vigil) 7:45am 9:00 am 5:30 pm (English) 10:30 am (Portuguese)
12:00 pm (Spanish) 1:30 pm (Cantonese) 3:00 pm (Mandarin)
Weekdays:
Mon, Wed, Fri, & Sat 8:00 am
Celebrating The Year of MERCY
Tue & Thu 5:30 pm
July 24th, 2016 ● 17th Sunday in Ordinary time
Mobile App: Saint Clare ~ Visit us on Twi er @stclareparishsc ~ Visit and like us on Facebook: St. Clare of Assisi
Parish Office… 408-248-7786
Rev. Tadeusz Terembula, Pastor
Rev. Pedro Perez Sención, Parochial Vicar
In Residence: Rev. Canon Raphael Ueda
Trinidad Molina-Villegas, Office Manager
Paty Rascon, Hispanic Ministry
Madeline Rader, Principal
Catechetical Ministry… 408-248-7786
Paty Rascon
RCIA
We warmly welcome those inquiring about becoming
Catholic. For information, please call the office.
Reconciliation
Sacrament of the Sick
Saturdays 4:30 pm or by appointment.
St. Vincent de Paul…408-645-0506
Spanish Charismatic Group Wednesdays 7:00 pm
Portuguese Prayer Group Thursdays 7:00 pm
Portuguese Charismatic Group last Friday 7:30 pm
If you or anyone you love is sick and unable to attend
Mass, please call the office.
For emergencies only, call 408-904-9187
Prayer Groups
Pastor’s Note
Sacramental Information
Baptism
Dear Parishioners,
In calling for the Year of Mercy, Pope Francis said: “At
times we are called to gaze even more attentively on
mercy so that we become a more effective sign of the
Father’s action in our lives.” The pope has remarked
over and over again how critical mercy is to the
Church. Each of us exists as an act of God’s mercy,
which is pure unmerited gift.
Contact the Parish office to arrange for baptismal preparation. Baptisms are celebrated monthly except during Lent.
Spanish Prep Class: 1st Mon at 7 pm; Baptism: 3rd Sat at 10 am
English Prep Class: 2nd Mon at 7 pm; Baptism: 4th Sat at 10 am
Weddings
Arrangements need to be made at least six months in
advance. Call the Parish office.
Rosary
The pope’s words express hope and expectation that
by gazing attentively on mercy, we will in turn be merciful like our Father. Today’s readings offer us a glimpse
into how our Father is merciful, and show his mercy in intimate and personal ways.
The Rosary is recited daily after the 8 am Mass and
before the 5:30 pm Mass on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
The Hispanic Community has a Rosary Hour every
Monday at 6 pm in the Rectory Chapel.
In the first reading, God, having received claims against
Sodom and Gomorrah, is in the process of verifying these
allegations. Abraham entreats him to consider the innocent as well as the guilty. With each number proposed by
Abraham, God demonstrates his mercy by agreeing to
save the wicked for the sake of as few as ten innocent
people. In today’s Gospel Jesus, when asked how to
pray, tells us to call God Father, or Abba. He goes on to
say: And I tell you, ask and you will
receive; seek and you will find; knock
and the door will be opened to you.
For everyone who asks, receives; and
the one who seeks, finds; and to the
one who knocks, the door will be
opened.
We welcome visitors and newcomers to St. Clare Parish.
We encourage new parishioners to register as parish
members and become active in our parish community.
Registration forms are available at the Parish Office and in
the Church vestibule. You may also fill out the form below.
Welcome
make together at Mass before receiving the Eucharist:
“Lord I am not worthy that you
should enter under my roof, but only
say the word and my soul shall be
healed.”
This prepares us to receive the perfect and living embodiment of God’s
love and mercy – Jesus. Jesus, who
freely chose to die upon the cross to win
our salvation. Jesus, who gives himself
to us in the Eucharist so we might continue to grow in our love for him, and
have the grace and strength needed to
be founts of his love and mercy in the
world.
What more can we possibly need than to
know and receive the Father’s mercy?
According to Pope Francis, “God never
tires of forgiving us; we are the ones
who tire of seeking his mercy.” God’s
mercy is freely and abundantly given.
Like those in the first reading, God has
saved us. No claim of our unworthiness,
rendered by ourselves or others, can
have the final say in our lives. God extends his mercy. All we need do is
accept it. We acknowledge this in the last response we
This eucharistic celebration resounds
with God’s mercy, and so we fittingly
end with great gratitude by saying,
“Thanks be to God.”
Fr. Tad
A WARM WELCOME TO ALL WHO WORSHIP WITH US
Whether you are a parishioner of long standing or new to the parish, if you are not registered, we invite you to do so as soon as possible. If there are
changes to your status, please let us know. Please fill in the details below and place in the offertory basket or mail to the Parish Office.
Name: __________________________________________________________________
Phone: __________________________________
Address:_____________________________________________________ City:_______________________________
□ New Parishioner
□ Moving (please remove from directory)
□ New Address
Zip: ______________
□ New Phone Number
Goal for Fiscal Year:
07-01-16 ~ 06-30-17
Collected to
Budgeted
Weekly
Stewardship
Report
Sun Collection:
07-17-2016
$390,000.00
Unavailable at
this time
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Sun.
5:00 pm
7:45 am
9:00 am
10:30 am (Portuguese)
12:00 pm (Spanish)
1:30 pm
3:00 pm
5:30 pm
Fr. Tad
Fr. Goda
Fr. Tad
Fr. Tad
Fr. Tad
Fr. Oliveira
Fr. Lin
Fr. Nwafor
Mass Intentions
July 23rd ~ July 30th, 2016
Sat.
Sun.
5:00 pm
7:45 am
9:00 am
10:30 am
Mon.
Tue.
Wed.
Thu.
Fri.
12:00 pm
5:30 pm
8:00 am
5:30 pm
8:00 am
5:30 pm
8:00 am
Mon 7/25
Spanish Rosary Group, 6:00 pm Rectory
Tue 7/26
Holy hour of vocations (includes Exposition
& Benediction) 5:30 pm Rectory Chapel
$6,603.00
Presider’s Schedule
Sat. & Sun July 30-31, 2016
Sat.
Calendar of Events
Carmen Guevara+
St. Clare
Coleman Reif (ill)
Alex Flores+
Manuel de Jesus+
Joao Sousa da Silva+
Joe Bettencourt+
Herminia Luis+
Maria Do Carmo Oliveira+
John Cunha+
Joe Arias+
Almas do Prugatorio
Mary Simpson+
Jose & Rosa Silveira+
Jose & Maria Gonsalves+
Federico Coehlo+
Heidi de Sacramento Rodrigues+
Jose & Maria Rodrigues+
Isabel & Joao Aguiar+
Open
Joseph Alabanza+
Joaquin Mancebo+
Joe Bettencourt+
Open
Mr. & Mrs. Kamal Ghobrial+
Joseph Arias+
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Calvo (60th
Wedding Anniversary)
Joe Arias+
Joaquim Veiga+
Thu 7/28
Portuguese Prayer Group (Music
Rehearsal), 8 pm, North Hall
Sun 7/31
There will be a second collection for
St Vincent de Paul
St. Clare’s Young Ladies (YLI) Meeting. All
ladies of the parish are welcome to join us.
Meetings are held on the 3rd Sunday of
the month in the North Hall, 7:00 pm
July 22nd, 2016
Saint of the Day
St. Mary Magdalene
Patron Saint of
Penitents ~ Perfumers
Except for the mother
of Jesus, few women are
more honored in the Bible
than Mary Magdalene. Yet
she could well be the patron
of the slandered, since there
has been a persistent legend
in the Church that she is the
unnamed sinful woman who
anointed the feet of Jesus in
Luke 7:36-50.
Most Scripture scholars
today point out that there is no scriptural basis for confusing the two
women. Mary Magdalene, that is, “of Magdala,” was the one from
whom Christ cast out “seven demons” (Luke 8:2)—an indica on, at
the worst, of extreme demonic possession or, possibly, severe illness.
Father Wilfrid J. Harrington, O.P., wri ng in the New Catholic
Commentary, says that “seven demons” “does not mean that Mary
had lived an immoral life—a conclusion reached only by means of a
mistaken iden fica on with the anonymous woman of Luke 7:36.”
Father Edward Mally, S.J., wri ng in the Jerome Biblical Commentary,
agrees that she “is not...the same as the sinner of Luke 7:37, despite
the later Western roman c tradi on about her.”
Mary Magdalene was one of the many “who were assis ng
them [Jesus and the Twelve] out of their means.” She was one of
those who stood by the cross of Jesus with his mother. And, of all the
“official” witnesses that might have been chosen for the first awareness of the Resurrec on, she was the one to whom that privilege was
given. She is known as the "Apostle to the Apostles."
Comment:
Mary Magdalene has been a vic m of mistaken iden ty for
almost 20 centuries. Yet she would no doubt insist that it makes no
difference. We are all sinners in need of the saving power of God,
whether our sins have been lurid or not. More importantly, we are
all, with her, “unofficial” witnesses of the Resurrec on.
Sunday Children’s Programs
“Finding God” Continuous
Faith Formation Program
Religious Education here at
St.Clare is more than just a
Sacramental preparation program.
“Summer means happy times
and good sunshine.” Brian Wilson
Prayer
There are two weeks of Summer Time fun left! Please
contact Valerye Moore at [email protected] for information, visit our website at www.stclareschool.org, or
stop by St. Clare School for a tour. All are welcome!
Lord, may your word grow in our
Hearts like the grains of wheat and
the mustard seed, so that we may help
your kingdom grow. We ask this through
Jesus Christ our Lord.
Amen.
2016~2017 APPLICATIONS
St. Clare School is accepting applications for Transitional
Kindergarten through Eighth grade for the 2016-2017
school year. Please stop by our school office between
the hours of 7:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. for enrollment information.
We are on a lifelong journey of faith and not just to
celebrate the sacraments. Children in order to mature in
faith need to be in a faith formation program every year so
they can grow in faith as well as they grow in other ways.
If your child received the Holy Eucharist for the first time
last year we invite you to re-register him/her in our Sunday program. Don’t let your child miss out on this opportunity to keep growing in faith, have fun, and develop a
sense of community.
Registration for the program continues. Children in
grades 1st to 6th in public schools may register. If you are
registering for the first time you also need to provide a
copy of the baptismal certificate. Registration forms are in
the parish office, entrances of the church and also can be
downloaded from our web site.
Madeline Rader, Principal, St. Clare School,
725 Washington Street, Santa Clara, CA 95050-4935
1-408-246-6797 ~ [email protected]
[email protected]
The Catechetical Office will be closed during the
months of June and July, returning to regular office
hours on Tuesday August 2nd. During that time inquiries can be directed to the Parish office at 408-2487786
Adult Baptism
Eucharist ~ Confirmation
Are you interested in becoming a
Catholic? If you are, or know
someone who is, get involved with RCIA and learn some
more about our faith. RCIA classes provide weekly education sessions in a warm learning community for those
who are interested in joining the Catholic Church. Our
classes will be meeting Tuesday evenings from 7:00pm
to about 9:00pm, beginning September 13th. Through
the grace of God we welcomed 4 adults into the Church
last year! We’d love to have another BIG year! For more
information contact the Parish Office at (408) 248-7786
or email Diane Madruga at [email protected]
or Cathy Parshall at [email protected]
July 24th, 2016
17th Sunday In Ordinary Time
First Reading
— Abraham bargains with God to spare the city
(Genesis 18:20-32).
Psalm — Lord, on the day I called for help, you answered me (Psalm 138).
Second Reading — Buried with Christ in baptism, we
were also raised with him; all our transgressions are
forgiven (Colossians 2:12-14).
Gospel — Jesus speaks of God’s sure response to
those who pray (Luke 11:1-13).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981,
1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
KEEP PRAYING
St. Monica, whose feast we celebrate in August, is often
known as “the persistent mother.” She watched her oldest son,
Augustine, turn his back on his Christian faith.
Monica was exasperated. For years she gave up talking
directly to her son on the advice of a local bishop, who told her
that it was better to talk to God about Augustine then to Augustine about God.
The mother never gave up praying for her son. Eventually
Augustine gave up his wild ways, was baptized, and later ordained and named bishop of Hippo. St. Augustine went on to
become one of the Church’s greatest scholars.
Today’s readings address the importance of persistent
prayer. Abraham, in spite of trepidation that he is bothering the
Lord, continues to ask about the fate of Sodom and Gomorrah.
Jesus, in Luke’s Gospel, tells his disciples to “ask and you will
receive; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be
opened to you” (Luke 11:9). This is our charge: keep praying.
READINGS FOR THE WEEK
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
Saints And Special Observances
SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday: Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Monday: St. James
Tuesday: Ss. Joachim and Anne;
World Youth Day, Krakow, Poland
Friday: St. Martha
Saturday: St. Peter Chrysologus;
Blessed Virgin Mary
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
Sometimes when bishops are consecrated, they are
not given the care of a diocese as an “ordinary.” A very
old tradition, however, assures that they are invested
with a “see,” a link with a local church. Many hundreds of
places around the world were dioceses at one time, but
are no longer. In England, for example, some of the historic dioceses such as London, Salisbury, and Manchester ceased to be Catholic at the Reformation and their
cathedrals passed to the Church of England. The
reestablishment of the Catholic Church in the nineteenth
century meant that new dioceses had to be created,
such as at Liverpool and Westminster. Similarly, in
Scandinavia the ancient Catholic dioceses vanished under Lutheranism. In North Africa, tiny dioceses disappeared under the sands or were swept away by Islam.
In the United States, some original dioceses never
really developed as population centers, such as the old
dioceses of Bardstown, Vincennes, Sault Ste. Marie, or
Walla Walla. The tradition of “titular sees” assures that
the ancient churches are always held in prayer, as the
bishop celebrates Mass in its memory a few times a
year. —Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Monday:
Tuesday:
2 Cor 4:7-15; Ps 126:1bc-6; Mt 20:20-28
Jer 14:17-22; Ps 79:8, 9, 11, 13;
Mt 13:36-43
Wednesday: Jer 15:10, 16-21; Ps 59:2-4, 10-11, 17-18;
Mt 13:44-46
Thursday: Jer 18:1-6; Ps 146:1b-6ab; Mt 13:47-53
Friday:
Jer 26:1-9; Ps 69:5, 8-10, 14; Jn 11:19-27
or Lk 10:38-42
Saturday:
33-34;
Sunday:
Jer 26:11-16, 24; Ps 69:15-16, 30-31,
Mt 14:1-12
Eccl 1:2; 2:21-23; Ps 90:3-6, 12-14,
17; Col 3:1-5, 9-11; Lk 12:13-21
THE KNIGHTS CORNER
"Washington was the only person
elected unanimously to be president of the United States? That’s
because Hillary Clinton and Donald
Trump hadn’t been invented yet.
The Knights weren’t invented until
1882, but we’re here now, and
Catholic men can join us, no vote necessary."
~ LOOK AROUND YOU ~
To see the world in a grain of sand and a heaven in a wildflower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand and eternity in an
hour. —William Blake
~
THE MARK OF THE MAKER
~
If things created are so full of loveliness, how resplendent must be
the One who made them! The wisdom of the Worker is apparent in
such handiwork. —St. Anthony of Padua
Boletim Paroquial Português
Boletín Parroquial Español
Reflexão por: João Pereira Arruda
Tradiciones de Nuestra Fe
As leituras escolhidas para este Domingo levam-nos a
realizar a grandeza do nosso Deus Pai. Transporta-nos á ideia
do Deus Criador que tudo criou e que por assim ser tudo vem
d’Ele e a Ele regressa. A nossa imaginação também absorve
do Seu imenso amor misericordioso para connosco. Na
imensidão do Seu amor dá-nos o Seu Filho Amado Jesus
Cristo que pela sua vida na terra, morte e ressurreição nos
resgatou da morte e do pecado. O mesmo nos prometeu estar
connosco até ao fim dos tempos e assim continua a ser nos
nossos dias porque Jesus continua presente nas nossas vidas
na Santa Eucaristia. Jesus lembra-nos hoje a importância do
Pai nas nossas vidas e dá-nos muitos exemplos de como pela
oração se relacionava com o Pai. Em muitos casos Jesus se
afastava para rezar sózinho. Precisamente não se sabe de
como e como rezava mas assume-se que ao afastar-se seria
para no seu isolamente se concentrar e se sentir em muito
mais intimamente com o Pai. Este cenário leva-nos também a
procurar o Pai que é misericordioso nos ama e nos quer como
filhos e é a oração que nos leva e nos aproxima d’Ele. Assim
como Jesus rezava ao Pai, assim também nós, temos que O
procurar e conseguir maneiras de nos relacionar-mos
intimamente connosco. Jesus no seu louvor ao Pai sempre lhe
dava graças. Esse louvor que deve estar sempre nos nossos
corações “e o reconhecimento que Deu Pai é fonte de vidae de
amor. A oração não é necessáriamente para nos conceder as
“nossas vontades” mas para nos levar mais a estar e ser parte
do plano de amor que deus tem para cada um de nós que faz a
sua vontade. Lembrem-se que Jesus antes de morrer no Horto
das Oliveiras pedia ao Pai para que se fosse possível afastar o
cálice da dor e do sofrimento mas que fosse feita a vontade do
Pai e não a Sua. Neste Domingo contemplemos o modo como
Jesus se relacionava com o Pai. Comtemplemos a obediencia
com que Jesus cumpria na íntegra a vontade do Pai e aí está o
exemplo para também nós seguir-mos. Há muitas formas de
rezar e não há uma melhor do que a outra desde que em
qualquer uma delas o objectivo de nos encontrar-mos com Ele
nos leve a um relacionamento de amor profundo, porque neste
esforço de amar a Deus está a alegria e felecidade das nossas
vidas. Para cada cristão não há oração mais completa e
preciosa do que aquela que Jesus nos ensinou a rezar a Deus
Pai. Jesus Cristo usando as suas próprias palavras agradece e
pede perdão ao nosso Pai que nos ama dizendo: “Pai
Nosso....”.
Piquenique Comunitário
Está em curso esforços para a promoção do piquenique
anual da nossa comunidade. Este ano será esta actividade feita
no parque de estacionamento da paróquia, porque o aluguer do
Central Park estar com o preço demasiado elevado. A Ementa
é de Carne no espeto ou galinha com os devidos
acompanhamentos e sobremesa. Os bilhetes estao a venda e
podem ser obtidos atraves de qualquer membro do CPP ao
preco de $20.00 por pessoa. Este é o principal evento para
angariamento de fundos que facilitam as actividades
portuguesas nesta paróquia e que tambem serve de motivo
para nos unirmos como comunidade.
Um Santo e Alegre Domingo para todos!!
God made the world round so we would never be able
to see too far down the road ~ Isak Dinesen
As a gardner, I’m among those who believe that much
of the evidence of God’s existence has been planted
~ Robert Brault
Por siglos, Latinoamérica ha desarrollado una larga tradición
religiosa con mitología espléndida. La palabra “religión” del
verbo latín religere significa “atar” o “enlazar”. Su función es
unir seres humanos, los unos con los otros, con lazos de caridad y justicia. Una vez enlazados en comunidad, la religión los
une al poder divino que rige el universo.
Entre las culturas andinas se encuentran mitos religiosos
que muestran la importancia de este enlazamiento. Según la
mitología Inca el universo esta compuesto por tres mundos: el
cielo (Janan pacha), la tierra (Cay pacha) y el bajo tierra (Ucu
pacha). Estos tres mundos están unidos por dos grandes serpientes, Yacú-mama (ríos) y Sacha-mama (árboles), símbolos
de la fecundidad.
Muchos piensan que los mitos son leyendas cuya función es el entretenimiento. En realidad los mitos no son fábulas, son historias que explican la verdad profunda del universo.
Nos muestran como unirnos y enlazarnos para vivir una vida
fecunda. En esta época de secularización, los cristianos no
podemos olvidar ni la religión ni la mitología si queremos dar
fruto como Jesús nos lo pide. — Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz,
OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
Reflexión
Es fácil decir "Aquí estoy, Señor" cuando nos arrodillamos en la iglesia… ¿Podremos responder así de fácil "Aquí
estoy, Señor" cuando vamos a casa, cuando el prójimo necesita de nuestra ayuda, cuando un compañero de la parroquia
nos pide que pertenezcamos a un comité, o cuando nos llega
una carta pidiendo ayuda económica? Estos son algunos de
los momentos en que Jesús hace el llamado.
Sabía Usted que…
La fiesta de San Charbel se celebra el 24 de julio. Él fue
un ermitaño (asceta) del rito maronita. Es el primer santo libanés; fue beatificado durante la clausura del Concilio Vaticano
II, el 5 de diciembre, de 1965 por el Papa Pablo VI
y canonizado por la Sede Apostólica el 9 de octubre de 1977,
durante el Sínodo Mundial de Obispos. Se le atribuyen muchos
milagros y en años recientes se ha extendido grandemente la
devoción a este santo.
Necesitamos Catequistas y Ayudantes de Catequista
Estamos haciendo un llamado a todos ustedes ya que
nuestro programa dominical de formación en la fe
“Encontrando a Dios” esta creciendo y necesita de personas
que se puedan comunicar en inglés y español, deseosas de
compartir su fe a través de la enseñanza ya sea como catequistas o asistentes de catequistas. Si usted siente este llamado por favor comuníquese a la oficina con Paty Rascón. Se
provee todo el material de entrenamiento.
Parish Information & Contacts
St. Clare Parish
Pastoral Staff
Rectory Hours:
Monday thru Friday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Closed for lunch 12:00 - 1:00pm
Emergency #: 408.904.9187
Facility Emergencies:
Matt Dutra
408.904.9181
Mass Schedule
Daily (Chapel)
MWFSa
TTH
Weekend (Church)
Saturday English
Sunday English
English - Family
Portuguese
Spanish
Cantonese
Mandarin
Chinese Youth
(Lower Church)
English
Reconciliation
8:00 am
5:30 pm
5:00 pm
7:45 am
9:00 am
10:30 am
12:00 pm
1:30 pm
3:00 pm
3:00 pm
5:30 pm
Every Saturday
4:30 - 4:45pm
Or by appointment
Prayers for Vocations/
Benediction (Chapel) 4th Tues, 5:30 pm
Pastor Fr. Tad
Parochial Vicar Fr. Pedro
Office Manager
Catechetical Ministry &
Hispanic Ministry Coordinator
Webmaster
Quinceanera
Please call Paty Rascon for information
about classes and liturgical celebration.
St. Clare School
408.246.6797
408.246.6726 fax
[email protected]
www.stclareschool.org
Office Hours:
Monday thru Friday
7:30 am - 4:00 pm
School Staff
Principal: Madeline Rader
Office Administrator: Cherell Rizzo
Receptionist: Martha Ramirez
(Ext. 104)
(Ext. 105 )
(Ext. 106)
(Ext. 102)
Perig Vennetier
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Liturgy
Liturgy Committee
Altar Servers
Environment
Baptism Preparation
Funeral Coordinator
Quinceañera Coordinator
Vocations Committee
Children’s Liturgy
RCIA
Fr. Pedro
408.248.7786x105
Fr. Tad (Eng.)
Rogelio Esquivel (Sp.)
408.629.9182
Gloria Hackleman
[email protected]
Maria Gamboa (Sp.)
[email protected]
Lucy Silva (Eng.)
[email protected]
Dolores Wriglesworth [email protected]
Paty Rascon
[email protected]
Tom Bommarito
408.243.4647
Cynthia Byward
[email protected]
Gloria Hackleman (Sp.)
[email protected]
Diane Madruga
[email protected]
Community & Service
Pastoral Council
Patrick Schneider
Evelyn Amaya
Tony Colombo
Mary Correia
Finance Council
Marcy Taylor
Jim Thorn
Rigo Rascon
Jerome Alasado
Tom Bommarito
Mick Gonzales
Baptism
See page 2 for preparation classes and
baptism dates. For private baptisms,
consultation with the priest is necessary.
408.248.7786
408.248.8150 (fax)
Serra Club of Santa Clara
St. Vincent De Paul
[email protected]
Anne McMahon
Marah Grace Gebala
Gregory Shelby
John Sullivan
[email protected]
Sean McMahon
Edwin Alabanza
408.243.4647
Extension 200
408.645.0506
Facilities Task Force
Matt Dutra
[email protected]
Knights of Columbus
Dave Vincent
[email protected]
408.398.0399
Young Ladies’ Institute (YLI)
Dolores Wriglesworth [email protected]
Social Justice Committee
Anne McMahon
[email protected]
Italian Catholic Federation (ICF) Matt Dutra
408.998.3226
Hispanic Community
Elania Tablada
408.984.3519
Evelyn Amaya
408.945.9129
Portuguese Community
Connie Silveira
408.250.1138
Mandarin Community
Rev. Carlos A. Olivera
408.509.6960
Louis Yueh
[email protected]
Simon Liao
[email protected]
Cantonese Community
Tony Lau
[email protected]
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