4th Tuesday of the month
Baby Bottle Collection
Aubrey Alexander or Teresa Runyon
We have partnered with VC Foster Kids' Faith in Motion program, our parish invites you to consider the following ways to support and care for children in the foster care system from birth to transitioning young adults and their families.
There are many ways to get involved. Become a:
To learn about the many ways to be involved from prayer companion to becoming a foster family and everything in between and/or to help with our first project, email Teresa Runyon or Aubrey Alexnader
Also visit: Care
(805) 482·6417, firstname.lastname@example.org
Find more information and the list of support ministries that are open and offered right here at the parish at our Care & Support Ministries webpage.
A branch of Catholic Charities, Camarillo Office: (805) 987 · 2083
The PSP Filipino Ministry shares the vision of the Filipino Ministry-Archdiocese of Los Angeles: One Filipino-American community united in love and in service to those in need.
Isang sambayanang Pilipino-Amerikano na nagkaka-isa sa pagmamahalan at paglilingkod sa mga nangangailangan.
All are welcome!
We welcome everyone with a sincere desire to grow with us in faith as we promote the rich Filipino heritage through celebration of treasured Filipino religious and cultural traditions, and as we lend a hand to those in need.
Photo by Julius Acero
We are committed to sharing the gifts of the Filipino-American community with our parish family, promoting the rich Filipino heritage through celebration of treasured Filipino religious/cultural traditions and providing service to those in need:
Monday, October 29
Saturday November 3
Followed by reception in the Carmel room
Submit names by October 28
Fraudulent emails are being sent by an individual posing as Father Patrick. Please do not email with the individual, divulge any personal information or provide money/credit card/gift card payments.
Father Patrick will never request money from any parishioner by email. We have alerted the authorities of this continuing problem.
Please forward any questionable emails claiming to be from Father Patrick to email@example.com
Bimonthly Team Meeting
San Fernando Room
Our team works towards making Catholic social justice permeate the life of the parish, with local and global foci on the needs of the vulnerable and the excluded. We provide learning and growing opportunities for parishioners to fully live out Catholic social teaching and to see the face of Jesus through actions such as:
feeding, clothing, and housing the poor visiting prisoners caring for life at every stage changing systems that are unjust.
2018 Meeting Dates: November 15
All are welcome!
See also: PAX Christi, CROP Walk
Bring the covenant to the altar this weekend before or after mass.
A new ministry for those healing from divorce.
Starts November 6
Grace Martinez, Cynthia Jones Campbell, Jett Clyne.
Photo by Julius Acero
A fellowship and service ministry where all skill levels are welcome. No experience? That’s alright; we’ll show you. Come and learn or inspire others!
The group's projects are donated to several groups and individuals throughout the year.
Women's Ministries, Group Ministries
Dr. Paul Ford leads a weekly reflection and study of the upcoming Sunday’s Old and New Testament readings so we can better understand the good news message of Jesus Christ and how He is present in our lives. Learn about the cultural and historical context, what they mean, and how they impact our lives.
Also Visit: Adults
For more information, please contact Catherine Shadduck at (805) 482·6417 x331 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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