This is your bulletin for March 29, 2015: yourbulletinforMarch29th-2
The Sacred Triduum
Morning Prayer-8 a.m.
Mass of the Lord’s Supper 7:00p.m.
Morning Prayer-8 a.m.
Tre Ore: Stations of the Cross & The Seven Last Words-12 noon to 3 p.m.
The Passion of the Lord and Veneration of the Cross-6 p.m.
Morning Prayer-8 a.m.
Easter Vigil-8:00 p.m.
Mass of the Resurrection of the Lord-8 a.m., 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Dominican Priest’s New Movie
Comes to St. Raymond TONIGHT!
Dominican friar and filmmaker Fr. Dominic DeLay will
be at St. Raymond’s Monday, March 23, with his new
feature film Zola Jumped In. Zola is a 15-year-old deaf
girl who, after her little brother is killed, turns to a gang, a
neighborhood church, and pregnancy for a sense of
belonging and purpose.
7:00-9:00 pm in the parish center, including
discussion. The film contains some violence, including
sexual violence. Generally suitable for teens and above at
the discretion of parents. See the trailer at
This is the bulletin for the week of March 22, 2015:
St. Raymond’s St. Vincent de Paul Society is organizing a Bike Drive the weekend of April 18th and 19th. We will be collecting used but usable bicycles of all types and sizes to be fixed up and donated to day laborers in Redwood City and to farm workers in Pescadero. These workers often have no transportation to their job sites. Your used bicycle donations will help family breadwinners keep their jobs.
Bicycles will be collected on Saturday, April 18 and will be readied for delivery on Sunday, April 19. We will gratefully accept all types of bicycles (e.g. street, mountain, racing, bmx and children’s). If you are unavailable to bring your bikes to donate on Saturday, April 18, we will accept your bike on Saturday, April 11 or by special arrangement.
We also need volunteers for the Bike Drive. On April 18 and 19 we will need help greeting donors, receiving donations, and providing receipts, and tracking repairs. We will also need help on April 11 for those unable to make their bike donations on April 18.
On April 19 we will need help readying the bicycles for use. This will involve cleaning bicycles, oiling chains, and fixing flat tires. We need you even if you have no bike repair experience. Several professional repair people will train you and will be on hand to help us. This is a great opportunity to learn bike maintenance while supporting a local, worthy cause.
Please sign-up for bike donations and volunteering at the door leading to the Parish Center after each mass today. Future bulletins will provide additional details and opportunities to sign up. If you have questions, please contact Anita Ochieano (Ochieano@pacbell.net) or Colleen Foraker (email@example.com).
We hope you will help us to help others by donating bicycles and perhaps volunteering a few hours to help with what will be a fun day of fellowship.
This is the Bulletin for the wek of March 15, 2015: yourbulletinforthe15thofMarch
STATIONS OF THE CROSS-
During the Season of Lent we have the tradition of Walking with Jesus on the way to Calvary. It is a beautiful way to walk with Jesus and to pray in the company of fellow parishioners.
Stations of the Cross will be every Friday at 12:10 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. SOUP SUPPERS-This Lent bring your family to pray the Stations of the Cross at 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Stations will be followed by a simple but delicious supper of soup and bread in the Parish Hall. St. Vincient de Paul will be hosting this week.
Come join us every Friday during Lent at 6:30 p.m. in the Church to walk with Jesus and then eat with friends as he did.
Come to this special presentation!
The Mothers Ministry invites all parishioners and friends to an amazing story of conversion. Discover anew the incredible blessings of our faith. This talk gives Catholics reason to be enthusiastic about their faith. Ms. Christine Walkins will share her remarkable testimony of conversion and discuss the uniqueness of Catholicism within Christianity as God’s greatest gift to humanity in its reach for Paradise. Come be renewed with a sense of appreciation regarding the Catholic faith!
Date: Monday, March 9th
Place: 215 Hanna Way, Menlo Park
Time: 7:00pm socializing 7:45pm the talk begins
RSVP: Stephanie Virag- firstname.lastname@example.org or Nicole Osmer- email@example.com
Please join us for an evening with Christine Watkins, best-selling author of Full of Grace: Miraculous Stories of Healing and Conversion Through Mary’s Intercession.
Christine will share her remarkable testimony of conversion and discuss the uniqueness of Catholicism within Christianity, as God’s greatest gift to humanity in its reach for paradise.
Come and be renewed with a sense of appreciation and awe — this talk gives Catholics reason to be enthusiastic about their faith.
Link to the flyer for printing: Personal testimony, Why be Catholic (1)