which embraces the teachings of Jesus Christ to foster Spiritual growth.
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As we mentioned in earlier bulletins, we were planning on having a Thanksgiving meal here at St. Francis of Assisi. You are invited to join us for a Free bountiful Thanksgiving meal on Thanksgiving Day ( Nov. 27th) after our Mass at 10:00am . Dinner will be served from 12-3pm. Sign Ups for this meal will begin on October 18th & 19th after weekend masses. You may also email your RSVP to Liza French at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sign Up Required.
Reclaiming Christ's Mission Together
St. Francis of Assisi Parish, Concord Donor Status Report as of 11/20/2014
Parish Goal: $836,046
Funds pledged: $549,694
% of Goal: 68%
Total # of Donors: 170
If you have not had an opportunity to make your pledge, please complete one of the pledge envelopes available in the Church pews or in the Parish Office.
Parishioners are invited to attend the 25th Annual Night of Prayer for Life on Monday, December 8 from 9 P.M. to Mid-nite, beginning with Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, then Adoration, and closing with Benediction. Come and pray with St. Francis parishioners and others across our country to rededicate ourselves to the Culture of Life.
During the HOUR OF UNITY, 12 Midnight – 1AM EST., we will be united in churches across the country in prayer to end abortion and to restore God's blessings of Life and Religious Liberty in America. For information, please contact Liz Froelich at 925-586-4350.
The Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe
The Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe is celebrated here at St. Francis of Assisi beginning with a procession in her honor on Sunday, December 7th which will arrive here at the Church for the mass at 1:00PM. We invite all to join us with this celebration. If you plan to attend the procession, you are asked to wear something white in honor of Our Lady.
Through liturgical gatherings, faith formation, and the grace of the Holy Spirit, we confidently live out the Gospel message
in service to the community and to the Diocese of Oakland.