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    LIVESTREAMING: The communications office of the archdiocese now livestreams many Masses and events from St. Mary’s Cathedral. Recorded event videos are stored on the archdiocesan YouTube channel available from the ADSF website www.sfarchdiocese.org. Just click the YouTube icon at the top of every page of the website, or go to www.youtube.com/channel/UCLhEzFXPtxOfQBVjdjixFOA.

     

    09-23-2017

    REUNION: Mercy High School, San Francisco, class of 1977, noon, Basque Cultural Center, South San Francisco, Jacquie Warda Laskey, jacquie.laskey@aol.com.

    SI SPEAKERS: Friends of St. Ignatius series, St. Ignatius Church, 650 Parker Ave., San Francisco, 6 p.m., Fromm Hall, dinner and speaker, Jesuit Father Greg Boyle. These are ticketed events. fgargiulo@usfca.edu; http://stignatiussf.org/event/jesuit-connections; (415) 564-2600. 

    REUNION
    : Mercy High School, San Francisco, class of 1967, Rist Hall, Mercy High School campus, 11:30 a.m. Chris Dillon nabby@comcast.net.

    REUNION: Notre Dame des Victoires High School, class of 1967, 50th reunion luncheon at Lakeside Terrace Room at Harding Golf Course, San Francisco, 11:30-3:30 p.m. Contact Maryellen Cull Shapiro at maryellenshapiro@gmail.com; (408) 499-6326. 

    HOLY SPIRIT CONFERENCE: 20th annual conference for Catholic Charismatic Renewal of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Gough Street at Geary Boulevard, San Francisco, 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m. The day commemorates the 50thanniversary of the Charismatic Renewal with a Golden Jubilee Celebration theme “A Mighty Outpouring of the Holy Spirit.” Principal celebrants of day’s liturgies include Father Raymund Reyes, renewal liaison, Archdiocese of San Francisco. www.SFSpirit.com

    HANDICAPABLES MASS: Mass at noon, Marin Catholic High School, Sir. Francis Drake Boulevard at Bon Air Road, Kentfield then lunch in school cafeteria. All disabled people, caregivers invited. Volunteers welcome, Cheryl Giurlani, (415) 308-4608; www.Handicapables.com.

     

    09-24-2017

    MARIN 40 DAYS FOR LIFE: Kick-off begins after 11:30 Mass, St. Patrick Church, Larkspur, Healy Hall, with talk by Teresa Marsano. 40 days begins Sept. 27 through Nov. 5, Planned Parenthood, Fourth and H streets, San Rafael. For information contact Ruth Ann Cawley at racawl@aol.com or visit https://40daysforlife.com/local-campaigns/san-rafael/.

    75th ANNIVERSARY PICNIC: Our Lady of Lourdes Parish at 410 Hawes, San Francisco, plans some fun in the sun with a combined event for their annual Parish Picnic made extra special by celebrating their 75th anniversary. This event will feature an outdoor 10:30a.m. Gospel Mass, followed by an inspiring program that honors the past and shares hopes for the future. Food, music and fellowship will round out the day. For more information, please contact Father Dan Carter, pastor, or the rectory staff at (415) 285-3377; ollSanFran@aol.com.

    09-30-2017

    ‘NIGHT WITH ELVIS’: Dinner and show, St. Dunstan Parish, 1133 Broadway Ave., Millbrae, Doors open 5:45 p.m., dinner 6:30 p.m., show 7:30 p.m. $50 per person, no host bar. Ann Woolen (650) 697-4730; secretary@saintdunstanchurch.org

    10-01-2017

    LIFE CHAIN: An annual event with demonstrators lining San Francisco’s Park Presidio Boulevard between Clement and Geary proclaiming pro-life messages with signs and chants beginning at 2 p.m. Leave message at event sponsor United for Life (415) 567-2293. 

    IHM CONSECRATION: Join host J.R. Gray, Father Joseph Illo and Claire Herrick on Mosaic, 5 a.m., KPIX Channel 5, for a look at Marian events in the Archdiocese of San Francisco Oct. 7: Rosary Rally, Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary and celebration of Our Lady at Fatima. The show will later be posted for viewing permanently on the archdiocesan website.

    10-03-2017

    TRANSITUS: Secular Franciscans of Our Lady of Angels Fraternity, Burlingame, commemorate the Transitus of St. Francis of Assisi, 7 p.m.  The rite includes a candlelight procession, Scripture readings, writings and stories of St. Francis, hymns, and a litany of Franciscan saints.  Light refreshments and information follow.  Our Lady of Angels Church, 1721 Hillside Dr., Burlingame. Diane Creedon (650) 678-6449; dianecreedon@sbcglobal.net.

    MALTA AWARDS: Silver Chalice Awards Dinner, 6 p.m., St. Francis Yacht Club, 99 Yacht Road, San Francisco, honoring founding board of The Order of Malta Clinic of Northern California, tickets and sponsoring billets available, $250 through $7,500; http://orderofmaltaclinic.com/. Sara Cumbelich (510) 303-2200. 

    10-06-2017

    ILLNESS SUPPORT: Strength for the Journey, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Gough Street at Geary Boulevard, San Francisco, 1-2:30 p.m., for people with life threatening illness, free admission, Deacon Christoph Sandoval, facilitates. Sister Elaine Stahl, (415) 567-2020 ext. 218; estahl@stmarycathedralsf.org.

    10-07-2017

    PEACE MASS: St. Augustine Church, 3700 Callan Blvd., South San Francisco, 9 a.m., Father Rene Ramoso,  pastor, principal celebrant and homilist, (650) 580-7123; zoniafasquelle@gmail.com.

    REUNION: Immaculate Conception Academy, class of 1967, noon, Il Fornaio Restaurant, San Francisco, Trudy Moesch May may@usfca.edu; (415) 254-7286.

    10-14-2017

    LAUDATA SI’ PROGRESS: Where are we two years later, a conference led by Dominican Sister Patricia Siemen, 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Dominican Center, 43326 Mission Circle, Fremont. $30 includes lunch. RSVP by Oct. 1, http://bit.ly/LaudatoSi; (510) 933-6334.

    10-15-2017

    FILIPINO GALA:  "Heal the World Through Music,” 5 p.m., St. Mary’s Cathedral, Patrons Hall featuring the spiritual significance music plays in bringing people together transcending boundaries, culture, language, religion, gender, age, color and politics. Hear the voices of the Choral Group of Youth and Young Adults of the Archdiocese of San Francisco. $60 per person, $600 per table.  For tickets and additional information, email filipinoministrysf1@gmail.com or text (415) 595-9248

    50TH ANNIVERSARY: St. John of God Parish, 1290 Fifth Ave. at Irving, San Francisco continues the celebration of its 50th anniversary, 10:30 a.m. Mass followed by reception. Limited parking. Church is on N Judah Muni. stjohnofgod-sf@sbcglobal.net.

    10-17-2017

    SACRED HEART 65TH REUNION: Class of 1952, Sacred Heart High School, San Francisco, Original Joe’s Westlake, Frank Noonan, fnoonan@zaentz.com; (415) 497-1286. Almost 30 classmates already attending, Frank said. Last time the group got together was for 60th five years ago.

    CARING FOR REFUGEES AND IMMIGRANTS: Maryknoll Affiliates invite you to St. Isabella’s parish hall (behind the school), One Trinity Way, San Rafael, 7-9 p.m. for an evening of information and planning on ways to welcome immigrant and refugee families. Father Samuel Musiimenta will speak about his experience as a refugee from Rwanda.  Francisco Gonzalez  of Catholic Charities Refugee and Immigrant program and Carlos Garcia, Canal Family Support program in San Rafael will also speak .They will be part of a panel after the presentations, along with Marin Organizing Committee and Maryknoll to answer questions.  For more information call Marie Wren (510) 326 0298 or mwren@maryknoll.org

    RIORDAN CLASS OF 1959: Reunion, Westlake Joe's, 11 Glenwood Ave, Daly City, 11 a.m. cocktails, noon-2 p.m. lunch. $40 per person. To register, contact Director of Alumni Relations Paul Cronin, pcronin@riordanhs.org.

     

    10-20-2017

    ST. JUDE NOVENA: St. Dominic Church, 2390 Bush St. at Steiner, San Francisco, Oct. 20-28, with Dominican Father Emmerich Vogt preaching. St. Jude Pilgrimage Oct. 28. (415) 931-5919; www.stjude-shrine.org.

    GRIEF SUPPORT: Monthly Grief Support Program, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Gough Street at Geary Boulevard, San Francisco, 10:30 a.m.-noon, Msgr. Bowe room. Sessions provide information on the grief process, and tips on coping with the loss of a loved one. No charge. Facilitator:  Deacon Christoph Sandoval.  For further details, please call Sister Elaine at (415) 567-2020, ex. 218.


    10-21-2017

    VOCATIONS: Single, Catholic women between the ages of 18 and 38 are invited to experience a taste of the life of a cloistered Dominican nun. Contact Dominican Sister Joseph Marie, vocation directress, vocations@nunsmenlo.org, visit http://nunsmenlo.org/discernment-days/, to learn more and to register for this upcoming “Come and See Day,” Corpus Christi Monastery 215 Oak Grove Ave. Menlo Park, event is free and all meals will be provided. 

    ACCW FALL CONFERENCE: Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., St. Brendan Parish Hall, San Francisco. Speakers include Sacred Heart Sister Fran Tobin and Presentation Sister Rita Jovick, Northern California Sisters against Human Trafficking; EWTN’s Barbara McGuigan; San Quentin volunteer Jean Ann Hostetter Ramirez. Cathy Mibach 415-753-0234. dcmibach@aol.com.  

    11-04-2017

    REUNION: All Classes, St. Anthony-Immaculate Conception School, 299 Precita Avenue, San Francisco, Mass noon with lunch following. Reservations $25 to Constance Dalton (415) 642-6130 or cdalton@saicsf.org.

    PEACE MASS: Church of the Epiphany, 827 Vienna St.,  San Francisco, 10:30 a.m.,  Father Eugene Tungol, pastor, principal celebrant and homilist, (650) 580-7123; zoniafasquelle@gmail.com.


    11-10-2017

    WEEKEND MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER: More than 1 million couples around the world have experienced a Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend. The next Marriage Encounter Weekend is Nov. 10-12 in San Jose.  WWME goes back to 1967 in the U.S. Marriage Encounter Weekends are a special time for a married couple away from all distractions. All sharing between spouses is private, and this is not a weekend to solve problems.  The weekend helps couples in good marriages communicate even better. The weekend includes presentations made by the Presenting Team, three married couples and a priest. Each presentation builds on the last: Examining behaviors and attitudes, relationship with spouse and God. For more information visit sanjosewwme.org; Ken Claranne applications@sanjosewwme.org; (408) 782-1413.

    11-18-2017

    HANDICAPABLES MASS: Mass at noon then lunch in lower halls, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Gough Street at Geary Boulevard, San Francisco, Gough Street entrance. All disabled people, caregivers invited. Volunteers welcome, Joanne Borodin, (415) 239-4865; www.Handicapables.com.

    11-19-2017

    HOLIDAY BOUTIQUE: St. Dunstan Parish, 1133 Broadway Ave., Millbrae, 11 a.m.-7 p.m., with more than 30 local vendors offering unique, artistic, and handmade goods. Beverages and delicious holiday treats available for purchase, parking.Ann at (650) 697-4730; secretary@saintdunstanchurch.org,

    12-09-2017

    HANDICAPABLES MASS: Mass at noon then lunch in lower halls, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Gough Street at Geary Boulevard, San Francisco, Gough Street entrance. All disabled people, caregivers invited. Volunteers welcome, Joanne Borodin, (415) 239-4865; www.Handicapables.com.

     01-20-2018

    VOCATIONS: Single, Catholic women between the ages of 18 and 38 are invited to experience a taste of the life of a cloistered Dominican nun. Contact Dominican Sister Joseph Marie, vocation directress, vocations@nunsmenlo.org, visit http://nunsmenlo.org/discernment-days/, to learn more and to register for this upcoming “Come and See Day,” Corpus Christi Monastery 215 Oak Grove Ave. Menlo Park, event is free and all meals will be provided.

    02-10-2018

    SI SPEAKERS: Friends of St. Ignatius series, St. Ignatius Church, 650 Parker Ave., San Francisco, 6 p.m., Fromm Hall, dinner and speaker, Jesuit Brother Guy Consolmagno. These are ticketed events. fgargiulo@usfca.edu; http://stignatiussf.org/event/jesuit-connections; (415) 564-2200.

     
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