Annual Appeal for Catholic Charities
Second Collection on May 20-21, 2017
Difficult times affect us all, but more importantly, the poor. Your gift to Catholic Charities will be a channel of hope for thousands of people through programs and services here in Santa Clara County. Look for special Catholic Charities Brochures and Offering Envelopes in the vestibule. We are most grateful for your generosity.
For more information, please contact Linda at 408-325-5125
CMO CLOTHES CLOSET NEEDS THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:
Men's Pants * Men's Jackets * Summer Dresses *
Bath Towels * Toiletries * Blankets
Shoes for Men, Women & Children
Please bring items to our facility during open hours only:
Tuesday, Weds., or Thurs., from 10am to 12:45pm
Please do not leave items by the outside doors if we are closed.
Thank you for generosity for our CMO clients!
Seasons of Hope
A new session for grieving persons who are seeking consolation after the death of a loved one, be the death recent or not, is beginning.
This six-week program will be held on Tuesday afternoons beginning May 16
through June 20 from 1-3 PM in the Fireside Room next to Mount Tabor Hall.
Join others who are mourning for scripture, prayer, faith sharing, and hospitality.
There is no cost.
Please RSVP to Kathy Myers at (408) 476-1514 or email@example.com or call the Parish Office.
Words cannot express the gratitude and appreciation for the generosity of our parishioners in supporting our local Diocesan ministries, various programs and parishes during this year’s ADA campaign.
Questions or Comments? Please call our Parish Office at 408-264-3600 or you may contact our Parish ADA Chairperson, Dick Pfaff at 408-265-7902. You may also visit our San Jose Diocesan website at www.dsj.org/ada
Sunday 5:00 p.m. Mass
In addition to our regular Sunday morning Masses at 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.,
we now have a Sunday afternoon 5:00 p.m. Mass in the Arabic language (with a little bit of English).
Fr. Fady Chidiac, SJ, a Jesuit priest from Santa Clara University will be presiding at this weekly mass which officially began on 1/15/17.
Ministry to the Sick & Homebound
MINISTRY TO THE SICK & HOMEBOUND- Caregivers minister to people at special
and difficult times in their life journey. When aging or ill parishioners cannot come to
church, Church of the Transfiguration reaches out to the homebound and anyone who
is sick, infirm or convalescing, through the presence and care of our parish
Caregivers: CHRISTINE BLANK, GRACE BROWN, DINAH NICOLETTA.
For additional information or to schedule regular visits with one of our Caregivers, please
contact Paula Ramos, Director of Faith Formation at: (408) 823-3522 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Note: We are IN NEED of volunteers who can serve in
this special Ministry to the Sick & Homebound. Training is available. If you would
Pray the Rosary
Adult Faith Formation
50th Anniversary Prayer
Honoring Our Past
Embracing Our Future
As we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of our parish,
we offer you praise and thanksgiving
for the many blessings you have given us.
We honor those who have served this community.
We ask for the grace and the gifts of the Holy Spirit,
as we continue to be servants to one another
and to our parish.
Fill us with renewed hope and courage
as we embrace the future
and dedicate our parish to your service.
We glorify you by using our gifts,
working together and building the Body of Christ.
We ask this in the name of your Son,
Jesus Christ, our Lord.