Monday, November 30, 2009
Our parish is blessed to have wonderful people dedicated to serving our community. We are a blessed community of brothers and sisters sharing the love of Jesus.
Reginaldo Quintana (Nueva Esperanza)
Jackie Thompson (Youth Ministry - Emmanuel)
Mike Dillon (Knights of Columbus+++)
Miguel Ventura (Ministerio Catolico Jesus Esta Vivo)
Edgar Lazo (El Camino de Jesus)
Christian Barbosa (Fernando Award recipient)
Our day concluded with our traditional Thanksgiving feast in the school. Thank you to all the groups that cooperated and supported this year!!
Father Tuck Thanks Volunteers
Welcome by Camino de Jesus and Priests
Kids waiting to serve
Food Transporting Team!
Posted by Fred at 9:18 PM
Monday, October 19, 2009
In spite of rain, the Parish Picnic went ahead as planned on Sunday, Oct. 18th, to the enjoyment of all of us who were able to feast on the wonderful food cooked by the Knights and the great deserts provided by the Squire Roses. Many thanks to the Knights and the Squires and Roses for all their hard work!!!
Posted by Fred at 4:22 PM
On Saturday, October 17, the Blessed Mother Teresa Circle of the Knights of Columbus Columbian Squire Roses program welcomed 26 new Roses in a formal ceremony. That brings the total of active Roses in the Circle to 54 young Catholic women. The new Roses were encouraged to focus on their Christian values, and the values of Bl. Mother Teresa, by Father Jorge Acho, their Father Prior. Camila Moscoso, the Circle Chief Squire Rose, led the investiture.
Posted by Fred at 4:13 PM
Last Sunday, October 11, the Saint Anthony of Padua Ghana Community celebrated a special Mass with Bishop Loverde and Fr. Grinnell and Fr. Augustine concelebrating.
Posted by Fred at 7:05 AM
Friday, August 7, 2009
Archbishop Jose Luis Escobar Alas, Archbishop of
San Salvador celebrated the
1pm Mass last Sunday with Fr. Grinnell,
Fr. Hoyos, and Deacon Mendoza.
Posted by Fred at 12:21 PM
A gentleman from Manorcare received the three
sacraments of initiation a few weeks ago.
Youth from our Youth Ministry sang and read
at the Mass with the Seniors. His Godmother
is American Indian and also did a special prayer
to welcome him into his family too and gave
him a name that means MORNINGSTAR.
Posted by Fred at 11:08 AM