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A HUGE THANK YOU to all who attended or in some way supported our Fall Festival. Thank you Sponsors, Vendors, food and game booth operators and workers, Gary Carlucci and the Pasta dinner crew, workers behind the scenes, and others too numerous to name.
See Festival Pictures

Position Open
Mary Mother of God Mission Society, a Catholic non profit church organization, has immediate openings for their Gifts of Faith book store in McHenry Village, Modesto.
Energetic, self-starter who enjoys the public wanted for Retail Manager. Experience and/or education in retail and web marketing. Proficient in inventory control using POS systems a must. IT background a plus. PT to FT. Salary DOE. Additional positions open for seasonal PT Sales and Marketing Associates. Quickbooks POS and Microsoft office applications experience needed. Some weekend hours required. Salary DOE. Please send resume to usoffice@vladmission.org. No walk ins or phone calls please.

Our St. Vincent de Paul Society has an ongoing need for canned chicken, Hamburger, Tuna, Chicken Helper, canned meals, canned fruits, boxed side dishes, and pancake mix and syrup. Your help is greatly appreciated and goes directly to the many people we help each week. Thank you for your generosity.

For security our parking lot gates will be closed at 8:15 am on school days. The sliding gate between the old hall and Church will remain closed. If you are attending weekday morning Mass we ask that you please park on the street or the parking lot in front of the school.


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Advent Giving Tree
Welcome Kits For Refugees

    Refugees often flee their homes at a moment’s notice. They arrive at our airport with few belongings, a difficult past, and high hopes for the future. With your help
this Advent Season, we as a community can meet the tangible needs of newly arriving refugee families by building “Welcome Kits”. These kits provide the basic household items needed for their new start in a place of safety.
    Our Advent Giving Tree can be found in the narthex of the church. You are welcome to take an ornament, which contains a list of items needed to build a “Welcome Kit” , off the tree. Unless specified, items on the list may be used, but must be clean and in good condition. Collect the items on the list, pack them in a sturdy box or large plastic bin, and return them to the parish office by Sunday, December 18.
    These Welcome Kits for Refugees will be given to World Relief Modesto, a non-profit agency providing services to refugees—victims of war and persecution around the world—who are being placed in Stanislaus County. Your generosity and prayers are greatly appreciated.
Children’s Liturgy Of The Word
will be offered for children ages 4-9, beginning Sunday, November 27 at the 10 AM Mass. Liturgy of the Word with Children offers an experience for the children to hear the Scriptures in words they understand and to share their own understanding of God’s word.
After the Introductory Rites, the presider invites any children wishing to participate to join the leader and proceed to the worship space set aside for them. They return after the Prayer of the Faithful to celebrate the Liturgy of the Eucharist with the entire community.
For more information contact Joyce Teixeira.
Faith: The Next Generation – Pass It On!
Boldly go where many have gone before and help pass on the Good News of Jesus Christ and our Catholic faith! This fall, there are about 400 children and young people, grades 1 through 12, attending classes to learn more about Jesus and their Catholic faith. At this time, there are still classes which have no teacher or teacher’s assistant. You can help by becoming a catechist. As you nurture the faith of our young, you will learn and grow as well! As one long-time catechist put it, “I learn so much from the children!” We provide you with training, materials, and support. Classes are offered Sunday mornings and Monday afternoons. If interested or for more information,  contact
Melinda Miramontes or Joyce Teixeira at 524-7421.

Do you enjoy music? Do you like to sing? Then this is the perfect time to join the OLF Adult Choir as we prepare for the beautiful Christmas season. No audition necessary! If you can make it to the 10 am Sunday Mass, you’re in! Can’t read music? No problem! We learn all the parts together. We meet in the Music room in the school every Thursday evening at 7 pm. Come join this wonderful parish ministry and help us “make a joyful noise unto the Lord.”

Solemnity Of The
Immaculate Conception

Thursday, December 8
Patronal Feast Of Our Nation And A Holy Day Of Obligation.
Vietnamese (Vigil) 7:30PM. English: 8:00AM, 9:00AM, 12:15PM, 6:00PM
Spanish: 7:30PM

Cook Wanted
Our Lady of Fatima Men’s Club is looking for a volunteer cook for their monthly meetings. The meals are for 10- 20 people and all expenses are reimbursed.
The Men’s Club is open to all men of the parish and does great works for the parish, in addition to the monthly dinner meetings. For more information call Buddy Wession at 499-8282.

We welcome you to add the names of your beloved dead to our Book of the Names of the Dead in the vestibule of the Church. These names will be burned after Mass on November 30.

36th Annual Diocesan Pilgrimage and Eucharistic Celebration honoring
Our Lady of Guadalupe

Most Reverend Stephen E. Blaire, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Stockton, invites the community to the 36th annual diocesan celebration in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe on Sunday, December 4th, 2016. The pilgrimage begins at 12 noon at St. Mary’s Church, located at 203 E. Washington Street in Stockton. Pilgrims will process through N. San Joaquin to E. Miner, and S. Sutter Streets. Mass is at 2:15 PM under the overpass on the parking lot of Sutter and Washington Streets.
Please join Bishop Blaire at this encounter of faith where we call upon Our Lady of Guadalupe to pray for us and ask her intercession for our brothers and sisters who suffer daily especially the effects of poverty and violence. For information contact the Office of Hispanic Ministry at (209) 466-0636.

Guadalupe Procession/Mass
The 36th Diocesan Guadalupe Celebration is scheduled for Sunday, December 4th.

Junior High Catechist Needed!
If you have a special place in your heart for 7th and 8th graders and would love to share your faith with them, please consider becoming a Junior High Confirmation
catechist for our parish. Training and support is happily provided. For more information call Melinda or Joyce in the Parish Office, 524-7421. Thank you!

NEVER leave any valuable items in your car that can be seen. If you’re going to leave something in the trunk or other areas that are out of sight, place them there before you arrive. There are people who watch and wait for any opportunity to break into cars. Our security cameras are good, but they can’t stop a break-in. Also, please don’t leave bicycles parked without locking them. Purses, bags, and backpacks should never be left unattended-even while going to communion. Sadly, there are people who look for opportunities. Don’t be a victim!

5 “You shall help to provide for the needs of the Church" means that the faithful are obliged to assist with the material needs of the Church, each according to his own ability.




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Can You Spend One Hour With Me?
Jesus asked His Apostles, “Could you not keep watch with me for one hour?” This is a beautiful way to spend quiet time in the presence of our Lord. Hours for exposition are: 12 noon to 5:00 pm, Thursdays.

Are you a registered parishioner?
Have you moved, changed phone numbers, or had other changes since registering? Help us to keep our records up to date by letting us know when changes happen—call the parish office at 524-7421 or go to the
Update Form page to change your address. Do you consider yourself a member of the parish? If you do, but have not registered, please do so. Please call the parish office at 524-7421. Periodically we mail out information and would hate to have you miss out on what is happening because you haven’t let us know you are part of us. Help us to be a more welcoming parish

Let us all be good neighbors
and be careful not to block cars
or driveways of the neighborhood.


Parish Information

Mass Schedule

Holy Days
7:30 pm Vietnamese Vigil
8:00 am, 9:00 am (school)
12:15 pm English
6:00 pm English
7:30 pm Spanish
Sacrament of Penance
Saturdays  3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Monday-Friday 8:30am - 12:00pm
1:00pm - 7:00pm
Parish Office: 524-7421
School Office: 524-4170
Email: school@olfmodesto.com
Religious Education: 491-3462
RCIA: 491-3468
Youth Ministry: 524-7421

Saturday Anticipated Mass
5:00 pm English
6:30 pm Spanish
8 am, 10 am and 6 pm English
12:00 Noon Spanish
3:30 pm Vietnamese
Daily Mass

8:00 am (Monday-Saturday) English
6:30 pm (Tuesday & Thursday) Spanish

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