This Sunday’s Readings 2 Samuel 7:1-5, 8b-12, 14a, 16; Romans 16:25-27; Luke 1:26-38 Mass / Misa Mon-Sat: 8:00 am Lun-Sáb Sat: 5:00 pm Sáb Sun: 7:30 am Dom 9:00 am 11:15 am (Español) 5:00 pm Reconciliation / Reconciliación Sat / Sáb: 3:30 - 4:30 pm or by appointment Parish Center: Phone: (650) 361-1411 Fax: (650) 369-3641 Office hours: Mon-Fri, 8:30 am - 4:00 pm St. Pius School: (650) 368-8327 After hours emergency only:
4th Sunday of
December 24, 2017
St. Pius Church is a Catholic community committed to sharing our faith, rooted in the life and love of Jesus and the Gospel.
We welcome, unite, and inspire all to enrich their faith through the Sacraments and compassionate service to others. La Iglesia de San Pio es una comunidad Católica comprometida para compartir nuestra fe, enraizada en la vida y amor de Jesús y en el Evangelio.
Damos la bienvenida, unimos, e inspiramos a la gente para enriquecer su fe a través de los Sacramentos y el servicio compasivo a los demás.
1100 Woodside Road, Redwood City, CA 94061
St. Pius ChurchA CATHOLIC PARISH COMMUNITY
“O Lord, stir up Thy power, we pray
Thee, and come; and with great might
help us, that with the help of Thy grace,
Thy merciful forgiveness may hasten
what our sins impede.
this week | esta semana
Rev Paul Rossi Pastor/Párroco
email@example.com, ext 117
Rev Ted Magpayo firstname.lastname@example.org, ext 118 Rev Nick Paloso email@example.com, ext 121 Parochial Vicars/Vicarios Parroquiales Rev Martin Muruli
Sequoia & Kaiser Hospital Chaplain/ Capellán de los Hospitales Sequoia y Kaiser Rev Gerald Coleman, PSS
Priest in residence/Sacerdote en Residencia Sr Norberta Villaseñor, OSF
Pastoral Associate/Asociada Pastoral firstname.lastname@example.org, ext 115
Operations Manager/Gerente de Operaciones email@example.com, ext 110
Liturgy & Special Projects Coordinator/
Coordinadora de Liturgia y Proyectos Especiales firstname.lastname@example.org, ext 116
St. Pius School Principal/
Directora de la Escuela de San Pio
email@example.com, (650) 368-8327
Preschool Director/Directora de Prescolar firstname.lastname@example.org, ext 127 Sabrina Harper Confirmation Coordinator/Coordinadora de Confirmación Sabrina@stmatthiasparish.org Beverly Hilliard
Music Coordinator/Coordinadora de Música email@example.com
Parish Secretary/Secretaria Parroquial firstname.lastname@example.org Kristin Bright Receptionist/Recepcionista email@example.com, ext 111 Debbie Castelli Bookkeeper/Contadora firstname.lastname@example.org, ext 120 Adele Sanchez
Senior Coordinator/Coordinadora de la Tercera Edad Joshua Yee
Campus Ministry & Youth Ministry/ Ministerio del Campus y Ministerio Juvenil email@example.com, ext 113
pastoral and administrative staff | equipo pastoral y administrativo
23 Saturday St. John of Kanty 5:00 pm Simbang Gabi (Church) 7:00 pm Pastorela (FC)
8:00 pm Simbang Gabi Potluck (HC) 24 Sunday 4th Sunday of Advent/
25 Monday Solemnity of the Nativity of the Lord
Parish Center Closed - Merry Christmas! 26 Tuesday St. Stephen
Parish Center open 12:00 - 4:00 pm
27 Wednesday St. John the Apostle
7:00 pm Spanish Bible Study (PC Chapel) 28 Thursday The Holy Innocents
7:00 pm Spanish Ministry of Prayer (Church) 29 Friday St. Thomas Becket
Parish Center open 8:30 am - 12:00 pm 8:45 am Centering Prayer (PC Chapel)
30 Saturday St. Egwin
7:45 am Sandwiches on Sunday (Field Kitchen) 8:45 am Interfaith Dialogue (C2-PC Tiled Rm) 3:30 pm Individual Reconciliation
December 23 - December 30, 2017
PC = Parish Center FC = Fitzsimon Center HC = Homer Crouse
Merry Christmas and Blessings to all our parishioners and visitors of St. Pius Church:
I pray that this Christmas Season, which extends to the Baptism of the Lord, Jan. 8, is filled with many blessings to all of you in the form of peace, joy and hope, especially in these challenging times. May the peace of God, who is Jesus, be with you and your loved ones now and throughout the New Year of 2018.
I am grateful and appreciative to all of you who have prayed for my healing throughout these past several months of challenges to my health and for the cards and notes you have sent me. For you to know - After experiencing severe fatigue over the past several months, since the ending of summer, as well as suffering from the atrial fibrillation I have had for over 10 years and experiencing sleep apnea for several years, I suffered a stroke while celebrating daily 8:00 am Mass on Wed. Sept. 27. After spending 4 days at Sequoia Hospital, I returned to the rectory and began recuperating while working with my cardiologist to see the best way to handle my stroke, most likely caused from the atrial-fibrillation. After taking some speech therapy to counteract some of the effects of the stroke and having started taking a blood thinner, I took steps to protect myself from further strokes and deal with both my heart and sleeping disorders. Thus, Mon. Dec. 4, I went to Sequoia Hospital where I had an atrial ablation to address my atrial-fibrillation and recently, through Sequoia Hospital Sleep Center, have begun improving my sleep by addressing the sleep apnea with a breathing device. I have been
recuperating for the past couple weeks, post ablation, trying to regain my energy and stamina. I am slowly feeling better, while not returning to the hectic schedule I am used to following. After the New Year I am hoping to get back into a more regular routine here and at St. Matthias. I simply need to care for my health by not returning to unhealthy life and work patterns, as in ignoring the need for proper and sufficient sleep, rest and relaxation and being caught up with anxiety and stress. Again, I thank all of you for your concern and understanding as seen in your prayerful support of me over these past months; I am very grateful to you all! As you may know, Fr. Tom Martin will be returning to us Jan. 1, as he is completing his temporary role as
administrator of St. Veronica's. With the Archbishop's suggestion and appointment, I am grateful that Fr. Tom will be helping me as Pastor by acting as temporary administrator of St. Pius and St. Matthias. His skilled presence will be welcomed by me and our staff as we go forth into 2018, always with the intent of how best we can serve our communities.
I also want to thank Fr. Nick Paloso for serving our two parishes while Fr. Tom was away and wish Fr. Nick many blessings as he heads toward his ministry with St. Timothy's, San Mateo. God bless you, Fr. Nick.
Gratitude as well to all who have brought clergy and staff many food gifts and other items, for which we all are most grateful. Thanks greatly to Brian Tupper and our Men’s Club for their wonderful service again working the Tree Lot - good support to our parish--Thank you.
Merry Christmas to all and blessings for a peaceful and healthy New Year in 2018.
from the pastor | del párrocoFeliz Navidad y bendiciones a todos los parroquianos y visitantes de la Iglesia San Pio:
Oro para que en esta temporada Navideña, que se extiende desde el Bautismo de nuestro Señor, (Enero 8) esté llena de muchas bendiciones en forma de paz, alegría y esperanza, especialmente en estos tiempos difíciles. Que La Paz de Dios que es Jesucristo sea contigo y con tus seres amados durante este Nuevo Año 2018.
Estoy agradecido y aprecio a todos los que se han unido en oración en todos estos meses pasados por mi recuperación y por todas las tarjetas y notas que he recibido. Para que sepan - después de experimentar fatiga severa por algunos meses, desde el final del Verano, también sufriendo de fibrilación arterial desde hace ya algunos años y apnea del sueño, sufrí un derrame mientras celebraba la Misa de 8:00 am el Miércoles 27 de Septiembre. Después de pasar 4 días en el Hospital Sequoia, regresé a la rectoría y comencé la recuperación, también a trabajar con mi Cardiólogo para ver la mejor manera de manejar el derrame, causado
posiblemente por la fibrilación arterial. Después de tomar terapia del lenguaje para contrarrestar algunos efectos del derrame y un rebajador de la sangre, he tomado algunos pasos para protegerme a mí mismo y evitar derrames futuros y también tratar el problema de desorden del sueño y el corazón. El 4 de Diciembre fui al Hospital Sequoia donde fui sometido a una ablación auricular, para tratar mi fibrilación arterial. He estado en recuperación en las semanas pasadas, después de la ablación para recuperar mi energía y estamina. Lentamente me he sentido mejor, mientras no regreso completamente al frenético programa que acostumbraba tener. Después del Año Nuevo, espero regresar a una rutina más regular aquí y en San Matías. Simplemente necesito cuidar de mi salud y no regresar a un estilo de vida y trabajo que no son saludables, como el ignorar la necesidad de descansar y dormir bien y caer en ansiedad y estrés.
Nuevamente gracias a todos por preocuparse y entender, así como lo he visto en el apoyo en oración por mí en estos pasados meses. ¡Estoy muy agradecido con todos ustedes! Como saben, P. Tom Martin regresará con nosotros el 1 de Enero, después de haber terminado su asignación temporal en Sta. Verónica como administrador, con la sugerencia del Arzobispo, estoy muy agradecido que el P. Tom estará ayudando como Pastor, tomando temporalmente el rol de administrador de San Pio y San Matías . El será muy bien venido por mí y por todo el equipo de trabajo mientras avanzamos hacia el 2018. Siempre viendo la manera de servir mejor a nuestras comunidades.
Quiero agradecer también al P. Nick Paloso por servir a las dos Parroquias mientras P. Tom estuvo ausente y deseo muchas bendiciones al P. Nick Paloso al encaminarse a su Ministerio en San Timoteo, San Mateo. Dios te bendiga P. Nick.
Gracias también a todos los que han traído algún presente a los sacerdotes y equipo de trabajo, estamos muy agradecidos. Muchas gracias a Brian Tupper y al Club de Hombres por su gran servicio y trabajo en el lote de árboles - buen apoyo a nuestra parroquia.
Feliz Navidad a todos y bendiciones para un Año Nuevo lleno de paz y salud en este 2018.
MASS INTENTIONS | INTENCIONES DE MISAS( = deceased / fallecido)
(INT = special intention / intención especial) Saturday, December 23 5:00 pm Shubert Yee
Sunday, December 24 7:30 am People of St. Pius 9:00 am Norman Zix 11:15 am Maria del Refugio
4:30 pm Norma & Julie Zan
10:00 pm Eddie Flores
Monday, December 25 7:30 am Thelma Cinquini
9:00 am Frank Buonocore
11:15 am Rosetta & Dorando Nicolosi
Tuesday, December 26 8:00 am Peter Keegan
Wed., December 27 8:00 am Frank & Mary Ambrose
Thursday, December 28 8:00 am Inocenta Perez
Friday, December 29 8:00 am Bonfacio Garcia (INT) Saturday, December 30 8:00 am Albert Tomalino
prayer and worship|oración y adoración
NEXT WEEKEND’S MASS ASSIGNMENTS |
ASIGNACIÓN DE MISAS PARA LA
PRÓXIMA SEMANASaturday, December 30 5:00 pm Fr. Gerald Coleman Sunday, December 31 7:30 am Fr. Nick Paloso 9:00 am Fr. Honesto Gile 11:15 am Fr. Honesto Gile 5:00 pm Fr. Nick Paloso
*Subject to change as necessary. Están sujetos a cambio
como sea necesario.
Please pray for our sick, that Jesus be a source of strength and comfort for them.
♦ Por favor reza por nuestros enfermos
para que Jesús sea su fuerza y consuelo para ellos.
Names are automatically removed after 30 days. Please call the Parish Center to add a name to this list.
Marlene Annuzzi James Barr
Lucas Bravo Cuellar Terry Burris George Edwards Dolores Flanagan Joanne Gallagher Nancy Geenen Jane Hersh Gerry Hilliard Craig LeMire Ted Longust Jim Morell Bob Nosek Olga Rocco Rev. Paul Rossi Laurent Tse Tina Zanoni
Congratulations to the newly-baptized!
¡Felicitaciones a los Bautizados
Henry Aiden Boyce
D E V O T I O N S Liturgy of the Hours Monday to Saturday 7:15 am Monday and Wednesday 4:30 pm Daily Rosary Monday to Saturday 7:30 am Monday and Wednesday 4:40 pm Eucharistic Adoration 1st Friday of the month 8:30 am to 9:00 pm Sign-up at http:// signup.com/go/rmWTp3
Please pray for our faithful departed
Por favor rezen por nuestros fieles
Solemnity of the Nativity of the Lord/Solemnidad del Nacimiento del Señor
Holy Day of Obligation/Día Santo de Obligación
Christmas Season Schedule
Solemnity of Mary Mother of God/
Solemnidad de María Madre de Dios
Monday, Jan. 1st 8:00 am Mass/ Lunes, 1 de Enero 8:00 am Misa
Solemnity of the Epiphany of the Lord/
Solemnidad de la Epifanía del Señor
Jan. 6th & 7th Regular Weekend Schedule/ 6 y 7 de Enero Horario Regular de fin de Semana
Feast of the Baptism of the Lord/
Fiesta del Bautismo del Señor
Monday, Jan. 8th 8:00 am Mass/ Lunes, 8 de Enero 8:00 am Misa
Christmas Eve - Sunday, Dec. 24th /
Nochebuena - Domingo, 24 de Dic.
4:00 pm Christmas Pageant/Desfile de Navidad 4:30 pm Mass/Misa
10:00 pm Mass/Misa
Christmas Day - Monday, Dec. 25th /
Día de Navidad - Lunes, 25 de Dic.
7:30 am Mass/Misa 9:00 am Mass/Misa
11:15 am Spanish Mass/Misa en Español No 5:00 pm Mass/Misa
Sunday, Dec. 24th - 4th Sunday of Advent Regular Sunday Morning Mass Schedule Horario de Misa Regular de Domingo por la Mañana
Bible Study & Book Club Fr. Paul Rossi Men’s Club Brian Tupper firstname.lastname@example.org St. Pius School PTG Kim Manca email@example.com Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Rick Boitano (650) 361-1411 Women’s Club Christina Codemo (650)503-3135 firstname.lastname@example.org Young Ladies’ Institute
Virginia Keegan (650) 892-9280 email@example.com Sandwiches on Sunday (SOS)
Maryann Barry (650) 464-1961 firstname.lastname@example.org
Finance Council Rev. Paul Rossi
Altar Society & Environment Tina Zanoni (650) 361-8203 email@example.com Grief Ministry (650) 361-0655 firstname.lastname@example.org Italian Catholic Federation
Jean Tomatis (650) 368-5486 email@example.com
SAINT OF THE WEEK / SANTO DE LA SEMANA
Died circa 720
You say you’re not familiar with today’s saint? Chances are you aren’t unless you’re especially informed about Benedictine bishops who established monasteries in medieval England.
Born in the seventh century of royal blood, Egwin entered a monastery, and was enthusiastically received by royalty, clergy, and the people as the bishop of Worcester, England. As a bishop he was known as a protector of orphans and the widowed and a fair judge. Who could argue with that?
His popularity didn’t hold up among members of the clergy, however. They saw him as overly strict, while he felt he was simply trying to correct abuses and impose appropriate disciplines. Bitter resentments arose, and Egwin made his way to Rome to present his case to Pope Constantine. The case against Egwin was examined and annulled.
Upon his return to England, Egwin founded Evesham Abbey, which became one of the great Benedictine houses of medieval England. It was dedicated to Mary, who had reportedly made it known to Egwin just where a church should be built in her honor.
Egwin died at the abbey on December 30, 717. Following his burial many miracles were attributed to him: The blind could see, the deaf could hear, the sick were healed.
Correcting abuses and faults is never an easy job, not even for a bishop. Egwin attempted to correct and build up the clergy in his diocese and it earned him the wrath of his priests. When we are called to correct someone or some group, plan on opposition, but also know that it might be the right thing to do.
St. Pius Church Parish Goals
In the fall of 2015, we began our Parish Planning Process and under the leadership of Fr. Rossi with a group of 20 parishioners and staff representing the parish-at-large, our futuring team created a five year plan with goals. The goals are:
I. St. Pius Church will celebrate our faith in prayer and worship. Acts 2:42-44 II. St. Pius Church will ignite our faith and nurture our spirits. Matthew 28:18-20
III. St. Pius Church will continue building a welcoming and unified community. 1 Corinthians 12:12-13 IV. St. Pius Church will show compassion and mercy through service to those in need. Matthew 25:34-37 V. St. Pius Church will nurture a vibrant and diverse young church. 1 Timothy 4:12
VI. St. Pius Church will integrate and consistently practice the spirituality of stewardship. Matthew 6:21 VII. St. Pius Church will have well-trained parish staff and leadership to support its changing needs.
We have met some of these goals and are working on meeting others.
Our parish relies on parishioner input and assistance to accomplish these goals, if you are interested in helping with our parish plan, please call the Parish Center at (650)361-1411 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
stewardship | la corresponsabilidad
Sunday Collections / Colecta Dominical
Along with other funding sources, your generosity and commitment to the Archdiocesan Annual appeal allows Archbishop Cordileone and the dedicated staff of the Archdiocese to provide important services to our Universal Church and our local community.
The Annual Appeal:
Supports our children’s future by making Catholic education more accessible
Sponsors ethnic ministries that reach our diverse communities
Assists vocation discernment and education
Provides religious education to parish youth
Strengthens the faith of our young adults
Educates the community about important social policy concerns
Provides essential services to our parishes July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018 (annual goal) $561,000.00
July 1, 2017 to December 17, 2017 (goal to date) $275,000.00 July 1, 2017 to December 17, 2017 (actual received)* $242,473.09 Sunday Collection - December 17, 2017
Collection for our Parish $ 8,865.00 2nd Collection - December 17, 2017
Christmas Flowers $ 2,235.00
*includes electronic contributions to November 30, 2017
2017 Archdiocesan Annual Appeal Campaign $142,760.00 2017 Archdiocesan Annual Appeal (received) $116,836.00
Thank you to those who have already donated to the
2017 Archdiocesan Annual Appeal. To date, our parish is $25,924 short of our parish assessment of $142,760 and this assessment must be paid by
December 31, 2017.
If you have not given yet we ask for your support. No gift is too large or too small. As a parish family, when we
all give whatever we can, we share the responsibilities of parish life.
St. Vincent de Paul 2nd Collection Next Weekend December 30/31
Next Sunday is the fifth Sunday collection for the St. Pius Conference of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Through your generous support, we have been able to provide assistance to many marginalized and forgotten individuals and families in our Parish community in the form of food, emergency shelter and utility payments. Because of your continued generosity, we have also been able to provide each family with a gift card for either Safeway, Target or Mi Rancho, to help with the purchase of fresh milk, produce and other perishable items.
The past several months have seen a dramatic increase in the number of families requesting assistance with rent. While we have been able to assist these families, these efforts have taken a toll on our available funds. We sincerely thank you for your past generosity and again respectfully ask for your help, so that we may
continue to assist families in their time of need. Thank you for your continued generosity and support.
other events | otros eventos
community life | vida comunitaria
St. Pius Senior Friendship
The Seniors wish you all a very Merry Christmas!
See you in the New Year!
All parishioners 55 & over are invited to become members of the St. Pius Seniors Group.
We meet every Friday at 10:00 am in the
Senior Room in Homer Crouse Hall for a meeting and lunch. During the school year, the classes at St. Pius School provide lunch
and entertainment once a month.
St. Pius Women’s Club
Congratulations Mary Vavuris Our 2017 Josie True Award winner!
Mary has been a member and a staunch supporter of the Women’s Club for over 20 years. She served on the Women’s Club Board holding many positions for several years, most recently recording secretary as well as being involved in our funeral outreach program. She has helped with our scholarship program and has always
been generous with donations to our auctions and the parish festival over the years. She served on the PTG board as school operations trustee and member at large. She was responsible for the festival silent auction for
several years, contributing to the success of those year’s festivals. Mary has strong devotion to her Catholic faith as a Eucharistic minister and
is a good friend to all with a kind spirit and faith.
Thomas Merton: A Prophet for Our Times
A Conference with Don Bisson, FMS
Begins Saturday, January 13, 2018 9:30 am - Registration 8:00-9:30 am Concludes Sunday, January 14, 2018 with lunch
This conference will study Thomas Merton's writings, messages and prophetic vision of for our times.
We are living in a climate of political chaos and a regression on many of the issues of the 1960's. By staying with his own words, we will be challenged, in this new generation to face racism, violence, political shadows and war. Come and create a spiritual community to engage our world in the light of wisdom.
Register online at www.mercy-center.org or by calling (650)340-7474. Registration deadline is January 9, 2108.
Following the Star of Faith - Fr. Brian Mullady
Friday, January 12, 2018 2:00 pm through Sunday, January 14, 2018 11:00 am Vallombrosa Center
250 Oak Grove Ave., Menlo Park 650-325-5614
This weekend retreat will invite participants to invigorate their spiritual lives by meditating on what the feast of Epiphany offers to them by way of growth in grace and prayer. Main authors presented will include Teresa of Avila, John of the Cross and Thomas Aquinas. It will be a preached retreat and opportunities for confession will be provided.
For tickets and more information, please visit vallombrosa.org or call (650)325-5614.
14th Annual Walk For Life West Coast
Join fellow Catholics and Pro-Lifers from all over California and beyond as we stand up for the littlest among us. Saturday, January 27, 2018
There will be Mass at 9:30 am celebrated by Archbishop Cordileone at St. Mary’s Cathedral. The rally begins at 12:30 pm in San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza and the
Walk, down Market Street, begins at 1:30 pm.
For complete information about the Walk, visit www.walkforlifewc.com or call (415)658‐1793.
14º Caminata por la Vida de la Costa Oeste
Únase a compañeros Católicos y Pro-Vida de toda California y más allá, mientras luchamos en nombre de los más pequeños entre nosotros.
Sábado, 27 de Enero de 2018
Habrá Misa a las 9:30 am celebrada por el Arzobispo Salvatore Cordileone en la Catedral de Santa María. La manifestación comienza a las 12:30 pm en la Plaza del Centro Civico, y la Caminata,
por la Calle Market, da inicio a la 1:30 pm.
Para obtener información completa sobre la Caminata, visite www.walkforlifewc.com o llame al (415)658‐1793.
St. Pius is pleased to give our parish families a gift this year…..
Perfectly Yourself by Matthew Kelly
Do you ever get the feeling that you are not enough? Not smart enough, not beautiful enough, not loved enough, not rich enough, not good enough . . . We all have these feelings from time to time, usually because we’re comparing ourselves to others. But God doesn’t compare you to anybody else. He wants to help you become the person he created you to be - perfectly
In this life-changing book, Matthew Kelly addresses the opportunities and obstacles we encounter when we decide to ask life’s BIG questions: Who am I? and why am I here? Newly revised with an emphasis on
spiritual growth and realizing God’s dream for your life, Perfectly Yourself is a book for anyone who has
survived the collapse of a relationship, wondered if he or she would ever find a fulfilling career, or failed at a diet. Kelly teaches us how to find the balance between accepting ourselves and striving to become all God dreams for us to become. This is the guide you need if you long to be at peace with who you are, where you are, and what you are doing, not in some distant tomorrow, but here and now - today.
The books are available in the Church this weekend, please take a copy for your family as our gift to you…...
youth and young adults |jóvenes
St. Pius Youth Ministry
Meets every Tuesday & Thursday 3:15pm- 4:30 pm Youth Ministry Room, Fitzsimon Center
Youth Mass - Sunday, January 7, 2018 followed by dinner
Please contact Josh Yee at email@example.com for Youth Ministry information.
St. Pius School Campus Tours
Kindergarten through 8th Grade Interested in Catholic education for your child?
Come tour St. Pius School
KINDERGARTEN & PRESCHOOL REGISTRATION FOR 2018-2019: St. Pius School is accepting applications for new students for the 2018-2019 school year. Applications are available in the school office or online at www.stpiusschool.org. All applications should be returned by Friday, January 26, 2018.
Learn more about the strong Catholic Identity, quality education, and caring community at St. Pius School. Campus tours will be given on the following dates:
Sunday, January 28, 2018 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Thursday, February 1, 2018 8:30 am
Fully accredited by the Western Catholic Education Association (WCEA) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)
Staffed by a team of dedicated and caring teachers committed to excellence in education
1 to 1 technology
Extended Day Care available on site
PE, Spanish, Music, and Art included as part of the curriculum
St. Pius Preschool welcomes children ages three to five. For information, contact Lauri Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information or to RSVP, please visit our school website at www.stpiusschool.org or call (650)368-8327.
| escuela parroquial
Our youth volunteering with StreetLife Ministries
FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER CONTACT SISTER J O S E P H M A R I E , O . P . A T email@example.com or visit nunsmenlo.org