St. Angela's Parish News June 4th
This weekend, the second Sunday after Pentecost, we celebrate the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, also known as Corpus Christi. This feast was established in 1264 by Pope Urban IV and confirmed by Pope Clement V in 1312 at the Council of Vienne.
In the gospel reading, we proclaim the account of the Last Supper found in the Gospel of Mark. Using the narrative of the Last Supper harkens back to Holy Thursday, when the Church recalled Christ’s institution of the Eucharist and began our journey with Christ through the Triduum: his Passion and Death and the glory of his Resurrection.
But this weekend, in celebrating Christ’s Body and Blood, we have been freed from the sadness and pain that comes on Good Friday. Instead, we bask in the glow of Easter joy and the promises of the Resurrection! As we come to the Eucharist this weekend, let us remind ourselves that Christ accompanies us always, nourishes us, and calls us into a deeper relationship with God and with one another as the Body of Christ in our own time. The Eucharist is a treasure beyond all comparison.
Mass Indoors or Online
Depending on the internet, we livestream the Saturday 5pm Mass if the livestream is choppy don't worry, we will post a recording after Mass.
for the livestream Mass.
Signing up for Weekend Mass is required each week. Guidelines remain for physical distancing of 6 feet between different households at large gatherings. Mask are required to be worn in church. Signups are available on Wednesday afternoons until the limit is reached.
Saturday 5pm sign up
Sunday 8am sign up
Sunday 10am sign up
Sunday 12pm sign up
St. Angela's 2021 Preschool
Ava B. Weston
Ava C. Allen
Meetings at church
We have been given guidance about how groups can safely meet using parish facilities. Some groups have resumed meeting at church. Please email Jordan,
to receive details for scheduling a meeting or gathering.
Choir Rehearsals Resume!
New members are welcome to join us Thursdays, 6-7:30pm in the church.
Has any of your information changed? Do we have your correct mailing address?
to update your information online or call the parish office M-F, 831-655-4160
Elder Justice Summit
Ava B. Weston
Ava C. Allen
Need a Hand, Lend a Hand
St. Vincent de Paul Food Cupboard is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 to 2pm in front of the parish small hall.
Volunteers are needed to help distribute food and to prepare the bags of food for distribution. Please
for more information
Look in the bulletin for the next Book Club Meeting. Also for requesting to have a Mass said for someone's special occasion or in gratitude for someone.
on Friday, June 4 at 3:50PM