Second Collection

      This week is the Collection for the Church in Latin America! Many people in Latin America and the Caribbean do not have access to church programs and ministries because of rural terrain and lack of ministers. Your generosity makes it possible for them to share in the life of the Church and grow closer to Christ. Please support the Church in Latin America and be generous in today's collection.
      To learn more about the collection, please visit: www.usccb.org/latin-america.

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R.C.I.A.

      RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) is a process of inquiry into the Catholic Faith leading to the reception into the Catholic Church. It is for those who have been baptized in another faith and for those who were baptized as Catholics as infants but have never practiced their faith.
      Sessions will be start on Sept. 24th (the date may change if the schedule is inconvenient for most people)
       Do you have family or friends who might be interested in learning what Catholicism is all about? Please call Jan Dusik, RCIA Coordinator @ (530) 918-4905, or the parish office at 926-4477 to register or for more info. You may also call Jan and give her the phone number of anyone you know who has expressed interest so that Jan can call them personally.

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Folding Chairs

      Due to the purchase of new chairs for the Parish Hall,we are selling our previous folding chairs for $3.00 each. We have fifty-eight (58) chairs available. Please contact the rectory at (530)926-4477 or Karen Dettman if interested.

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Worldwide Marriage Encounter

Married Couples: The vocation of Marriage is one of the Sacraments that we must make a priority. One way to enhance your relationship and enjoy a love- filled weekend away together is by taking a Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend on:
       August 24-26 in Sacramento, Ca. and
      Oct. 5-7 in Reno, Nevada.
For more information, visit us at:
www.sacramentowwme.org or email us at:
applications@sacramentowwme.org or call (919)489-3664.

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Saint Vincent de Paul Needs : Top Ramen

      Each week the St. Vincent de Paul Society distributes food to the needy. To supplement the first Sunday SVDP food collection, they regularly replenish the food bank. Each week they will let you know what item to add to your grocery list. This will help the community food bank run by our St. Vincent de Paul Society contribute in feeding the hungry. This week’s items is:Top Ramen. There is a box in the vestibule. Please put your contribution there and stay tuned for next week’s item.

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