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September 29th ✙ 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Readings for September 29th, 2019

       Jesus told a story about a rich man who refused to share even the crumbs from his table with a starving beggar who sat at his gate. One great evil in the world today is the terrible indifference towards one's neighbor which is so widespread. Yet all of us are beggars before God.
       Let us ask God's forgiveness, especially for our refusal to show concern for those who are less fortunate than ourselves.
       I confess to Almighty God...

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MONDAY, Sept 30, +Tom Moore, by Mary K Bates;
TUESDAY, Oct 1, + Dolores Cummine, by Mary K Bates;
WEDNESDAY, Oct 2, Intentions of Jan Dusik, by Sandy Meneni;
FRIDAY, Oct 4, Intentions of Jan Dusik, by Kris Acord
Call the office at (530)926-4477 if you have Mass Intentions

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Lord, hold our troops in your loving hands. Protect them as they protect us. Bless them and their families for the selfless acts they perform for us in our time of need. We ask this in the name of Jesus, our Lord and Savior.

Please Pray for these men and women in the service of our country:

Tim Birimisa-Fasano, Army SSG Trevor Oxman
Frank Baker-Gleason, US Coast Guard Brian Tucker
Master Sgt. Matthew Rossini, Army Kyle McGill, US Army Infantry
Commander Michael Quigley, US Army Nick Kennedy, US Navy
Kristin Chapman, USAF James Chapman
Sarah Manley, USAF Seamus Weston
Andy Harrison, USAF Alicia Delahunty
Nickolaus Swanson Robert A. Wharton
Master Sgt. Ray Olmos Jr. Roy Walters

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Your prayers are requested for these Parishioners and Friends

Randy Bertolucci Marianne Bryant
Ted Lockett Jim Mathews
Jean Marie Sylwanowicz Patti Summers
Nellie Del Nero Sarah Bryan
Sandy Zan John McAvoy
Rebecca Weston Joe Bonchonsky
Lynn Lockett Charles Ely
Denny Heikura Joe Spini
John Dell' Amico Kitty Lyons
Barbara Entwisle Ed Flynn
Marilyn Brickett Robert & Cathy Neptune
Lori Wise Steve Smith
Janet Renon Gerardo Rodriguez-Coronado

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How Wealth is Judged

A week ago the sycamore tree was loaded with gold.
However, instead of sitting back and enjoying it, it began to give away.
At first it was just a leaf here and a leaf there,
whenever the wind asked for a contribution
But soon it was giving it away in fistfuls,
without being asked, and without a thought for a wintry tomorrow.
Wealth is judged, not by the amount that is accumulated,
but by the amount that is given away.
The only wealth that is worth having is the wealth of the heart.

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Why Do Cathothics Do That?

What are the Challenges to Stewardship?

The challenge to stewardship is the dominant secular culture which often contradicts religious convictions about the meaning of life.
This is a culture in which destructive “ism”- materialism, relativism, hedonism, individualism, consumerism- exercise seductive, powerful influences.
The secular culture frequently encourages us to focus on ourselves and our pleasure. At times, we can find it far too easy to ignore spiritual realities and to deny religion a role in shaping human and social values.
We know what it is to struggle against selfishness and greed, and we realize that it is harder for many today to accept the challenge of being a Christian steward.
It is essential therefore, that we make a special effort to understand the true meaning of stewardship and live accordingly.
(U.S. Bishops’ Pastoral Letter, Stewardship)
Stewardship is a way of life.
It’s all about gratitude.
It’s all about giving back.
It’s all about God

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September 28th, Saturday
Eucharist:Mark Clure
Cups:Frank & Connie Melo
Lectors: Oralee Floria & Natalie Codianne
Altar Servers: Elise & Linnea Dolf
Cross Bearer: Nathan Dolf
Ushers:Tom Ravizza & Dave Barnet
2nd Collection:****

September 29th, Sunday
Eucharist:Alvin Garcia
Cups:Maria Garcia & Cindy Hubbard
Lectors:Cathy Jourdan & Linda Valenzuela
Altar Servers:Adam Aguirre & Alexa Luquin
Cross Bearer: Benny Gazave
Ushers: Mike Rodriguez & Dante Capovilla
2nd Collection:****

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CCD ~ Religious Education Will Begin Very Soon!

       Would you like your children to know more about Jesus? The parish provides religious education for children ages 6 – 12.
       Please call for registration by contacting Deacon Ed Pecis at (530)604-4155, or email:, or you may contact the office at (530) 926-4477

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