ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHURCH

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St. Vincent de Paul Needs:

       Each week the St. Vincent de Paul Society distributes food to the needy. To supplement every first Sunday, the SVDP food collection replenishes the food bank each week by letting you know what item or items to add to your grocery list. This is to contribute in feeding the hungry through the community food bank run by our St. Vincent de Paul Society.
       St. Joseph's Church has joined the food drive and shall be collecting the same NON-PERISHABLE food items each week. There is a box in the vestibule for these items.
   For more information call (530)926-3061.

This week’s items are:
TUNA & HAMBURGER HELPER

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Announcements

Second Collection ~ Priests' Retirement

SECOND COLLECTION - PRIESTS' RETIREMENT
There will be a second collection-the Diocesan Collection for Priests Retirement-at all Masses this weekend.
       This is our opportunity to take care of the faithful and dedicated priests who have spent their lives caring for our spiritual and sacramental needs within our Diocese.
       If you are not prepared this weekend, there are envelopes in the vestibule for you to take home. Simply return the envelope in the offering next week.
       Thank you for your support of our parish priests.

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Upcoming Retreat

       Non-silent Retreat for Women and Men.
When our cell phones or computers don’t work as they should, we are told to “hard re-set” them. That means literally turning the power off and restarting them. Our spiritual lives are the same. Sometimes things are not working as they should and we need to do something.
       Come and reset your spiritual life. Fr. Brendan will use his experience as a former executive from the IT world to guide people working in the tech industry through a re-set procedure for our spiritual life.
        Register now for this Retreat. Friday, October 18, 4:00pm through Sunday, October 20, 2:00 pm at El Retiro San Iñigo Jesuit Retreat Center.
You can register at:
www.jrclosaltos.org
or call 408-917-4010.

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