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EVENTS

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Keep The Flame Alive!

 

Opening up the Gospel of Mark Continues, with Fr. O’Reilly!

 

7:00-8:30PM each Wednesday evening via Zoom - thru December!

 

You can still join from the comfort of your home via Zoom!

  • Each week Fr. O'Reilly guides us in a new chapter of the Gospel of Mark

  • A great way to spend more time with Scripture for Advent!

  • So, dust off your Bible and meet with us as we look closely at the Gospel message Mark brings to us! 

To join at any time, send an email request to Donna Pineda at flamealive22@gmail.com and indicate the Bible Study. She will send you a Flocknote with the meeting information and Zoom link each Wednesday.

"Of all Sacred Scripture “the Gospels have a special preeminence, and rightly so, for they are the principal witness for the life and teaching of the incarnate Word, our savior, (Jesus Christ)" 18 Dei Verbum

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WORLD DAY OF CONSECRATED LIFE 

 Thursday, February 2

12:10 Mass

This day is also designated as World Day of Consecrated Life when we honor all those chosen to follow Christ through the   evangelical counsels of poverty, chastity, and obedience.

PRESENTATION OF THE LORD 

 

Thursday, February 2

12:10 Mass

 

 This day is also known as Candlemas when we bless the candles to be used throughout the year.

ST. BLAISE AND BLESSING OF THROATS 

Friday, February 3

 

 Through the intercession of St. Blaise, bishop and martyr, throats will be blessed after the

12:10 pm Mass.

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WORLD DAY OF THE SICK MASS

Friday, February 4

 11:00 am-1:00 pm

Our Lady of the Assumption Church

5057 Cottage Way
Carmichae
l, CA 95608

Event Contact

Tony Riehl

916-733-0274

triehl@scd.org

 Saturday, February 11 

9:30 am Mass

Bishop Soto

Celebrant

 

Good Shepherd Parish 

9539 Racquet Court in Elk Grove. 

If you plan to attend, please register at https://catholic.formstack.com/forms/wmd2023

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Holy Hour of Reparation

Friday, February 3, 2023

The First Friday of each month immediately following the

12:10 Mass in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel

Jesus implores us to stay, watch, and pray with Him, just as He did to His apostles: "My soul is sorrowful even unto death. Stay you here and watch with Me (Matthew 26:38)." Jesus told St. Margaret Mary to "make reparation for the ingratitude of men. Spend an hour in prayer to appease divine justice, to implore mercy for sinners, to honor Me, to console Me for My bitter suffering when abandoned by My apostles, when they did not watch one hour with me."

During this holy hour of reparation before the Blessed Sacrament, we will pray a Spiritual Communion, Acts of Reparation and Consecration to the Sacred Heart, and preparation for a Happy Death. Holy Hour of Reparation is a devotion much needed by our world today, amid its tragedies and sin.

BURNT TORTILLAS,

a play by Richard Alcala

A play about the life of Bishop Gallegos

The play will be held at the Sierra 2 Center, on February 11th, 2023.

 

Questions: 916-202-8613.

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BURNT TORTILLAS

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Yvonne Patricia King (Mrs. King)    September 29, 1932-January 12, 2023

Yvonne was a lifelong and devoted Catholic, passed away on January 12 2023 in her sleep at her home. She attended mass and served as a parishioner at the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament for the final decades of her life. She is survived by her seven sons and proceeded in death by her loving husband Ernest E. King and only daughter Mary Eva King. She was the loved and cherished grandmother of several parishioners here at the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament. She will be greatly missed. To read more about her life, please see her obituary.

Viewing and Rosary

Wednesday, February 8, 2023

5:00 pm-8:00 pm

Saint Mary’s Cemetery Funeral Center

6509 Fruitridge Rd, Sacramento, CA 95820

Funeral Mass

Thursday, February 9, 2023

10:00 am

Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament

Reception to follow in Mercy Hall

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Stewardship Lenten Retreat

Theme – “Do This in Memory of Me”

Focusing on the Eucharist, Stewardship, and Lent  

Saturday, February 25, 2023

8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Held in the church and Mercy Hall

SUNDAY ROSARY

11:15 AM SUNDAY

RESPECT FOR LIFE ROSARY

Please join your fellow Cathedral parishioners on Cathedral Square every Sunday, to pray a rosary for the intention of an end to abortion. The bilingual service will begin at 11:15 a.m., in between the 10 a.m. English Mass and noon Spanish Mass.

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FRIDAY ROSARY

7:30 AM

CAPITOL PARK ROSARY

PRAYER and FELLOWSHIP!

Please join your fellow Cathedral parishioners in praying the rosary, for Our Church and the State of California, Friday mornings, at 7:30 am.  We meet in Capitol Park, at the former site of St. Junipero Serra's statue (off L St. between 12th and 13th streets).  We also sing a few songs and have great fellowship.  We hope to see you there.

Let's Talk Parish

This podcast seeks to create a greater sense of community among our parishioners. Each episode will feature a Cathedral staff member or parishioner in a casual discussion with Christian Jensen. A new episode will come out every other Saturday.

Let’s Talk Parish Phone Number

You can leave us a comment or suggestion by calling 916-545-5376.

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The Gift Shop is open by appointment, please contact

Susan Moeller for an appointment: 510-734-4158.

We have pictures, religious items, Sacrament gifts, and prayer books in English and Spanish for children and adults.

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Cathedral Tours 

Docents are available to give tours on Sundays after the 8:00 am and 10:00 am English masses. Spanish language tours will be given following the noon Spanish mass. Our Docents will share with you how the Cathedral is such an important part of early California history. Learn about our beautiful and important art works and how symbolism in these art works is so integral to our Catholic Faith. Learn more at: https://is.gd/cathedraltourresources

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The Parish Pastoral Council would like to thank all those who participated in the Christmas carol during the Advent and Christmas seasons at the Cathedral Plaza and DOCO. We hope to do it again this year!

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