All Times and Titles subject to change
replacing From the Chair and SoulCore,
MO, 7:00P—Roots of Faith (30 min.)
MO, 7:30P—Catholicism (1hr)
Starting June 29, “Vatican Connections”
from Salt and Light will be on summer hiatus
so we will be replacing it with
“Vatican Magazine” from BCTV
until September 1st.
MO, June 29, 9:00A —Solemn Mass
and Blessing of the Pallia
(from Rome w/Pope Francis)
July 3, 10:00A—CTV Movie Classics:
Never Wave at a WAC (1953)
SA, July 4, 9:00A—Closing Mass of
the Fortnight for Religious Freedom
FR, July 10, 10:00A—CTV Movie Classics:
A Farewell to Arms (1932)
FR, July 17, 10:00A—CTV Movie Classics:
Father’s Little Dividend (1951)
FR, July 24, 10:00A—CTV Movie Classics:
Great Guy (1936)
TU, July 28, 9:00P—Celebrando Oscar
Romero (3o min.)
FR, July 31, 8:00A—Celebrando Oscar
Romero (30 min.)
10:00A—CTV Movie Classics:
Penny Serenade (1941)
TU, Aug. 11, 9:00P—A Conversation with
Juan Filipe Herrera
FR, Aug. 14, 8:00A—A Conversation with
Juan Filipe Herrera
"You Can Understand The Bible" An 8-Part Study Featuring Jeff Cavins
June 4th - July 23rd (Thursdays) • 6:45pm - 8:30pm
Our Lady of Victory Hall • 2838 N. West Ave. • Fresno, CA 93705
$20 optional cost for materials • Espee Abalos: firstname.lastname@example.org
OLV Parish office: (559) 226-1163
Catholic Youth Music Camp • July 20 - July 23, 2015 • $200 per person
For Youth in Music Ministry and Liturgical Choirs • Bring your own instruments!
3 nights and 4 Days of Fun • Focus on Liturgy and the use of Music in Youth Ministry
Interactive Workshops • Specialized Instruments and Vocal Sessions • Rehearsal Sessions
Info: (559) 561-1038 • email@example.com • www.stteresitaycc.org.
Statement of California Bishops on the Transport of Displaced Migrant Children
and Families to California
(En Español) In recent days, the people of our state have witnessed the arrival of hundreds of displaced people, mostly women and children, to various locations in Southern California. The Bishops of California wish to express our solidarity with these immigrant brothers and sisters who are coming to our state and to offer our prayer that God will deliver them to the safe environment they seek.
We also recognize our responsibility as a Church of compassion to come to their aid and help provide them with the practical and pastoral support they so need.
These children and families have journeyed to our country, fleeing violence and destitution in Central America. Sadly, their experience in California has thus far been marked by hostility and near chaos. They are exhausted, afraid and clinging to hope.
The gravity of this situation transcends politics; it is truly a humanitarian crisis that calls all of us, Catholics and others of good will, to respond with compassion and with urgent action.
The response of Catholic agencies and other community-based groups has already begun. Catholic Charities, working in collaboration with directly affected dioceses and other service organizations, is mobilizing to help these immigrants in centers of hospitality and assistance. Many individuals have contacted our parishes and social service agencies asking how they can help. This reflects the best of the American spirit. Continue Reading