March 29 - April 1
"What the paschal triduum actually celebrates is mystery, not history… The liturgies of these days do not “take us back” to the upper room or the path to Calvary. Their ultimate purpose is not to retrace or relive the last hours of Jesus’ life – nor to catch sight of him emerging from the tomb at Easter’s dawning. They celebrate not what once happened to Jesus but what is now happening among us as a people called to conversion, gathered in faith, and gifted with the Spirit of holiness. They celebrate God’s taking possession of our hearts at their deepest core, recreating us as a new human community broken like bread for the world’s life – a community rich in compassion, steadfast in hope, and fearless in the search for justice and peace." Taken from “The Three Days of Pascha,” Nathan Mitchell, in Assembly, Volume 18:1. © Notre Dame Center for Liturgy, Notre Dame, IN
The holiest week of the year. Take part in one or all of these liturgies and devotions as we travel to the hope of Jesus’ resurrection on Easter Sunday.
Dress code: Soft spikes and collared shirts. No denim please.
Car donated by Rusnak / Westlake
Irish Corn Hole
Bean bag and beer!
$10 to play
Helicopter Ball Drop
Everyone can play!
Win $1,000 cash!
$10/ball or $100/dozen
Need not to be present to win
All proceeds benefit future space for youth & young adults.
Invite your friends, donate, volunteer!
SPONSORSHIP & FEES
Blarney Sponsor $5,000
Pot of Gold Sponsor plus surprise!
Pot of Gold Sponsor $2,500
Emerald Sponsor $1,250
Shamrock Sponsor $500
Individual Golf $250
Green fees, cart, range balls, gift bag, box lunch and dinner
Enjoy Cocktail hour, Silent and Live Auctions and Golf awards at this fun and delicious community meal
Saturday March 10, 2018
Padre Serra serves breakfast the 3rd Sunday of each month.
To help, contact:
Deacon Neil Kingsley
Please consider helping, call the parish office (805) 482-6417 or email email@example.com
Saturday, February 10
Hosted by the Adolfo Camarillo Knights of Columbus, Council 5272.
Every March our parish joins with other Camarillo churches and neighbors from different faiths, cultures and ages, to stand against hunger in our local community and the world.
The reason we walk is because “they walk”. Hungry people in developing countries typically walk as much as six miles a day to get food, water, and fuel and to take their goods to market. We walk to be in solidarity with their struggle for existence. Together we raise awareness and funds.
The funds raised will fight hunger around the world and our local food pantries: St. Mary Magdalen/Padre Serra Christian Service Program, Christians Acting Together, Food Share, St. Columba’s Episcopal Food Pantry, Seventh Day Adventist Church Food Pantry, Many Meals and RAIN.
Carrie Perry or
visit Crop Walk
“O God, to those who have hunger, give bread, And to us who have bread, give the hunger for justice.”
-Latin American prayer
A Message from Crop Walk
"Every year, Church World Service tallies a list of the Top 100 fundraising teams for CROP Hunger Walks, a group that we call the CREAM of the CROP. With over 900 walks and thousands of teams, we’re very happy to tell you that Padre Serra is a CREAM of the CROP team for your participation in the Camarillo CROP Hunger Walk!"
Way to go team!
All are invited to this celebration of preparing our hearts, minds and lives to welcome and receive Jesus at Christmas.
Simbang Gabi is a beautiful Filipino tradition of Advent novena of masses that conclude on Christmas Eve.
In our local area, the novena of masses are celebrated in various churches. Learn more about Simbang Gabi at CatholicsandCulture.org
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