Heart Catholic Church, Alturas, CA
James Mission, Cedarville, CA
November 29, 2015
Rev. Fr. Jhay Galeon
Sacred Heart Church
Saturday Vigil - 4:30 PM
Sunday - 10:30 AM.
Mass in Spanish - 2nd Saturday - 6:30 pm
Tuesday through Friday - 5:15 PM
(Rosary 4:40 PM)
Saturday - 9:00 AM
Holy Days - 5:30 PM or see Bulletin
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturday 3:00-4:00 PM
Sunday 8:30 AM
Holy Days - See Bulletin (Directions)
4 -- The BATTLE READY Rally
The BATTLE READY Rally has a mission: to help the Soldier of Christ
be Aware of the spiritual fight, to be Prepared for it, and to Engage
in it. We need more people engaged in the fight for souls. The world
is in great turmoil, and each and every one of us faces in some
way the attacks of the world, flesh and the devil. Each one of us
faces the battle between good and evil on a daily basis. To be unaware
of the fight, let alone unprepared for it, puts ourselves and those
under our care at risk. Souls are in the balance and there is too
much at stake to turn a blind eye to the attacks we are seeing on
our families, on our society, and on our faith. Necessity demands
that heroes rise up! We need deeper commitment and better execution
in the way we bring the spiritual fight to the battlefield. We need
to be instruments of inspiration and encouragement to others. We
all have the ability to let God's grace work through us and spread
courage and strength.
"To recoil before an enemy, or to keep silence when from
all sides such clamors are raised against truth...such mode of behaving
is base and is insulting to God..." Pope Leo XIII
The BATTLE READY Rally is presented by Doug Barry, founder
of RADIX BATTLE READY Catholic Ministry and co-host for EWTNs
television program Life on the Rock. The Rally is a
talk that lasts approximately and hour and a half, beginning and
ending with prayer.
(Click on Doug's picture to see the
flyer for The BATTLE READY Rally.)
Annual Christmas Bazaar
Sacred Heart Parish Hall
Call Christensens (233-4996)
(Click on HO! HO! HO! to see flyer!)
Events for the Jubilee Year of Mercy
Begins December 8
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Beginning December 14
in reading the Diary of St. Faustina? Come join us on the 2nd and
4th Monday of the month at 1:00 PM at Sacred Heart Church beginning
December 14. We will stretch the reading throughout the Jubilee
Year of Mercy and share an hour of discussion on our readings at each
meeting. There will be no workbooks or study guides. All you need
is a copy of St. Faustina's diary. If you would like to join us and
need a copy of the diary, please contact Julie O'Malley or Kristin
Bishops on Health Care
do they say?
PLEASE READ INSERT:
Catholic Church and Rights of Conscience
of the United States called for a renewed effort to change the HHS imposed
mandate that violates conscience rights & religious liberty. The
Administration's accommodation still forces objecting organizations
and individuals to pay for services that violate their religious
unjust rule has not been changed, but rather finalized.
promised some kind of accommodation, but only after
accommodation even at its best would still
force our institutions to violate their beliefs.
no exemption for objecting insurers, secular employers, for-profit
religious employers, or individuals.
Parish website provides links to resource and background information
from the Diocese of Sacramento, the USCCB, homilies, and videos to aid
Catholics in fulfilling their responsibilities as Faithful Catholic
Citizens as Governments challenge the Church's Rights of Conscience.
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- Sacrament of Healing
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You can see the latest Canonical Appointments (which priests are reassigned,
retiring, etc.); job opportunities; events; and much more.
Calling women and men! Are you interested in pursuing
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