Youth Ministry

The Archdiocese of San Francisco supports youth ministry programs that foster the catechesis, moral, and spiritual formation of young people in Middle School through High School.

Our Goals

Guided by the USCCB’s document, Renewing the Vision (1997), our ministry has three goals:

To empower young people (ages 13-17) to live as disciples of Jesus Christ in our world today;

To draw young people into responsible participation in the life, mission, and work of the faith community;

To foster the personal and spiritual growth of each young person.

To accomplish these goals, we offer training, community, workshops, resources, retreats, and collaboration opportunities for Youth Ministry Leaders within the Archdiocese, as well as training, retreats, catechetical events, leadership opportunities for youth themselves.

Registration is now open for the Archdiocese of San Francisco’s Eucharistic Congress

Genuine love is demanding. But its beauty lies precisely in the demands it makes. Only those able to make demands on themselves in the name of love can then demand love from others.
St. John Paul II

ADSF YM CALENDAR

Saturday
Feb 03

The Mother-Daughter Programs

9:00am – 5:00pm
Cost: $20

Online registration for 2024 is now closed.


              There will be a few limited spaces Saturday                          – please come early and bring a check


St Bartholomew Parish, San Mateo






  

The Mother-Daughter Programs are designed to help you and your daughter explore God’s special gift of human fertility together. Help her see the beauty and wonder of God’s plan for growing up as a young girl or teenager and becoming a woman.

There are 2 separate programs: for ‘tweens’ in the morning, and ‘teens’ in the afternoon. The Tween and Teen Programs cover similar subject matter while differing in depth and scope. All presentations are pure, light-hearted and affirming!

(Note – ages are suggested – but each parent knows her child best, and which level would be most appropriate – outlines of the 2 programs are below)

* Girls younger than 10 who are already developing and showing signs of puberty are also welcomed to attend.

For more information – contact Ed Hopfner, [email protected]




Tween Program


9:00am – 12:30pm

(for Mothers and their 10 – 12 year old daughters)

This program is very basic and is geared toward the younger girls’ anticipation of the changes that take place at puberty. Most girls will not have started ovulating or having periods, eventhough many of them are experiencing some of the physical and emotional changes.

READ MORE ABOUT THE TWEEN PROGRAM






Teen Program


1:30pm – 5:00pm

(for Mothers and their 13–16 year old daughters) 

This is a sweet program to help the girls appreciate their femininity, have some fun, laugh a lot and become comfortable with their changing bodies and personalities. Little girls change into women, even if they would rather not, and all the changes are part of God’s wonderful design of women. The physical changes are preparing the girls’ bodies to be able to be mothers in the future. God wants every new baby to grow inside his mother’s uterus, and He has designed everything about a woman’s body to take care of His babies. The program really helps put the girls and their mothers at ease when discussing these topics!

READ MORE ABOUT THE TEEN PROGRAM


 

 
Address
St Bartholomew parish
600 Columbia Dr
San Mateo
CA 94402
Contact
Ed Hopfner
[email protected]
4156145547

2024 Wedding Anniversary Celebration

10:00am
Cost: $20 donation


All husbands and wives are invited to attend and celebrate their sacramental wedding anniversaries in 2024.


SATURDAY, FEB 3, 2024
10:00 am Mass
followed by reception


(Online registration is now closed – if you plan to attend Saturday and are not registered, please arrive early)


Couples celebrating “5 year anniversaries” (5, 10, 15, 20…) will be recognized during the Mass.


Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption
1111 Gough Street, San Francisco


Principal Celebrant:
His Excellency Salvatore J. Cordileone
Archbishop of San Francisco


REGISTRATION REQUIRED
Please register by: January 26, 2024
Questions/information: (415) 614-5574
$20 suggested donation per family

Address
Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption
1111 Gough Street
San Francisco
California 94109
Contact
Ed Hopfner
[email protected]
(415) 614-5505
Sunday
Feb 04

Mass for Consecrated Life

11:00am
Join Archbishop Cordileone at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday, February 4 to celebrate the Mass for Consecrated Life and this years’ Jubilarians. All are invited to join in celebrating the role of religious in our Archdiocese and their many years of ministry.
Address
St. Mary’s Cathedral
1111 Gough Street
San Francisco
CA 94109

Hope for the Future – Sharing the Experience of the Synod on Synodality

1:00pm – 3:00am
On February 4th, the Mission San Jose Dominicans’ Center for Education & Spirituality (C.E.S.) will be hosting Cardinal Robert McElroy of San Diego to share his experience at the Vatican Synod of October 2023. We invite you to come listen and learn—firsthand–what is unfolding, developing and expanding into a renewed vision of hope for our church.
Website: https://www.msjdominicans.org
Address
Dominican Sisters’ Motherhouse of Mission San Jose – Dominican Center
Dominican Center
43326 Mission Circle
Fremont
California 94539
Contact
Sue Marengo
[email protected]
(510) 933-3546
Wednesday
Feb 07

Webinar: How Cyber exploitation leads to Human Trafficking

6:00pm

Join us for a webinar on cyber exploitation with guest speaker Susan Patterson. The event precedes International Day of Prayer and Awareness against Human Trafficking, which is observed the following day.


Please sign up below to get the Zoom link.


Webinar: How Cyber exploitation leads to Human Trafficking

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Address
Online
Contact
[email protected] 
Thursday
Feb 08

Online Rosary to Eradicate Human Trafficking – Memorial of St. Josephine Bakhita

6:00pm
Save the date and join us to pray on the feast day of St. Josephine Bakhita. February 8 has been designated as the International Day of Prayer and Awareness against Human Trafficking.

For this reason on February 8, 2024 at 6 p.m. PST we will be hosting a webinar rosary prayer to invoke Saint Bakhita’s aide in bringing awareness to the evil of Human Trafficking and to  intercede for the victims and survivors of human trafficking.

More details will be shared as we get closer to the date.

Pope Francis highlights in Evangelii Gaudium that human trafficking affects everyone. “How I wish that all of us would hear God’s cry: ‘Where is your brother?’ (Gen 4:9). Where is your brother or sister who is enslaved? Where is the brother and sister whom you are killing each day in clandestine warehouses, in rings of prostitution, in children used for begging, in exploiting undocumented labour? Let us not look the other way. There is greater complicity than we think. The issue involves everyone!” Pope Francis wrote.

Please register below to receive the webinar link. (Please check your spam folder if you do not receive anything.)

2024 Rosary Webinar – Feast Day of St. Josephine Bakhita

Rosary on February 8, 2024 for the feast day of St. Josephine Bakhita

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Saturday
Feb 10

Excell Network Monthly Breakfast in San Francisco!

Cost: $20 / per person

SUPPORT THE EXCELL NETWORK REENTRY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM


Pastoral Center, Archdiocese of San Francisco
1 Peter Yorke Way, San Francisco, CA 94109
Meeting starts at 8:00 a.m., please arrive by 7:45 a.m.
Free parking @ 1111 Gough Street, San Francisco, 94109


It’s not just the money! The Excell Network Reentry Scholarship Program offers a community of support for those trying to reenter society after incarceration. We offer mentoring and other support. A key component is the Excell Network Monthly Breakfast.

At our Excell Network Monthly Breakfasts you will meet justice involved students currently receiving scholarships, and learn more about our work in restorative justice. Through these breakfast events we connect community members to “go under the hood” of what it means to support those reentering society after incarceration

Address
Pastoral Center, Archdiocese of San Francisco
1 Peter Yorke Way
San Francisco
California 94109
Contact
Julio Escobar
[email protected]

World Day of the Sick “Messe des Malades” at Christ the Light Cathedral

11:00am – 1:00pm
The Cathedral of Christ the Light in Oakland will host a Mass for the World Day of the Sick featuring Frank LaRocca’s Messe des Malades. The Messes des Malades is a special Mass honoring Our Lady of Lourdes.
Website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/world-premier-healing-mass-for-our-lady-of-lourdes-on-world-day-of-the-sick-tickets-430223398767
Address
The Cathedral of Christ the Light
2121 Harrison Street
Oakland
California 94612
Contact
Randy Harris
[email protected]
(510) 918-7890
Sunday
Feb 11

Father Kevin Kennedy’s Silver Jubilee Celebration

11:00am
St. Mary’s Cathedral requests the honor of your presence at the 25th priestly silver jubilee celebration of their rector of pastor, Fr. Kevin Kennedy on Sunday, February 11 at 11:00 a.m.

Reception to follow in Patron’s Hall.

Address
Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption
1111 Gough Street
San Francisco
CA 94109
Wednesday
Feb 14

Ash Wednesday for Catholics in-custody in Jails

11:00am

Ash Wednesday: Help distribute ashes to Catholics in-custody at San Francisco County Jails


Wednesday, February 14, 2024




  • 11:00 AM CJ#2 – 425 7th Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

  • 1:30 PM CJ#3 – 1 Moreland Dr, San Bruno, CA 94066A background check is required, please register to volunteer, and complete a background check form.


To register visit https://www.sfarchdiocese.org/ashwednesday

For more information contact Julio Escobar at [email protected] or call 415 614-5572
Website: https://www.sfarchdiocese.org/ashwednesday/
Contact
Julio Escobar
[email protected]
415 614-5572
Thursday
Feb 15

El Peligro de la Trata Humana (Charla Virtual)

6:00pm

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Presentadora: Felicitas Brugo Onetti, Coordinadora de Educación y Divulgación contra la Trata de Personas en el Departamento de Servicios de Migración y Refugiados de la Conferencia de Obispos Católicos de los Estados Unidos

Biografia:  Felicitas Brugo Onetti es la Coordinadora de Educación y Divulgación contra la Trata de Personas en el Departamento de Servicios de Migración y Refugiados de la Conferencia de Obispos Católicos de los Estados Unidos. Nacida en Buenos Aires, Argentina, Felicitas siempre se sintió atraída por trabajar con poblaciones inmigrantes. Se ofreció como voluntaria extensamente con familias migrantes y refugiadas guatemaltecas y mexicanas mientras crecía en Miami, Florida y asistió a varios viajes misioneros mientras obtenía su título de trabajo social en la Universidad Católica de América en Washington, DC. Durante sus estudios académicos, trabajó estrechamente como trabajadora social escolar, brindando acceso a servicios, recursos y tratamiento a niños migrantes y familias que buscan refugio en los Estados Unidos.

Uno de los principales proyectos en los que se centra es el Movimiento Amistad, una iniciativa inspirada en los captivas a bordo del barco de esclavitud Amistad que se rebelaron y ganaron su libertad. La iniciativa trabaja para empoderar a las poblaciones inmigrantes en comunidades en riesgo para evitar que sean víctimas de la trata de personas. Junto con el  Programa Conviértete en Pastor,  que trabaja para educar a sacerdotes, monjas, religiosos laicos y otros miembros de la iglesia sobre la educación y los recursos sobre la trata de personas, Felicitas está trabajando para recrear y expandir estos programas para poblaciones vulnerables como hispanos/latinos, nativos americanos, nativos de Alaska, isleños del Pacífico y personas negras para abordar mejor las necesidades de cada comunidad única.

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Peligro Trata Humana – Feb 15, 2024

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Address
Virtual En Linea
Saturday
Feb 17

Excell Network Monthly Breakfast in St. Mark, Belmont

8:00am
Cost: $20 per ticket

SUPPORT THE EXCELL NETWORK REENTRY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM


It’s not just the money! The Excell Network Reentry Scholarship Program offers a community of support for those trying to reenter society after incarceration. We offer mentoring and other support. A key component is the Excell Network Monthly Breakfast.

At our Excell Network Monthly Breakfasts you will meet justice involved students currently receiving scholarships, and learn more about our work in restorative justice. Through these breakfast events we connect community members to “go under the hood” of what it means to support those reentering society after incarceration

Address
St Mark Catholic Church
325 Marine View Ave
Belmont
California 94002
Contact
Julio Escobar
[email protected]
4156145572
Tuesday
Feb 20

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Wednesday
Feb 21

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Thursday
Feb 22

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Friday
Feb 23

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Saturday
Feb 24

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]

Archdiocesan Women’s Conference with Gloria Purvis

9:00am – 3:30pm
Cost: $55

Join the Archdiocese of San Francisco, along with St. Dominic’s Catholic Church, for the


2024 Archdiocesan Women’s Conference


Blessed Art Thou:
Women of the Eucharist in the Modern World


beginning with



9:00 a.m. Mass with
Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone


 and featured speaker:



Gloria Purvis


Host, Gloria Purvis Podcast, America Magazine
Speaker, National Eucharistic Congress


The conference will include time for Eucharistic Adoration, the Sacrament of Reconciliation, and lunch. 



$55 per person




February 24, 2024
9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.


St. Dominic’s Catholic Church
2390 Bush St
San Francisco, CA 94115

Website: www.sfarch.org/womens-conference
Address
St. Dominic’s Catholic Church
2390 Bush Street
San Francisco
CA 94115
Contact
Mary Powers
[email protected]

Chinese New Year Eucharistic Celebration and Ancestor Veneration Ceremony

2:30pm
Join the Chinese Ministry of the Archdiocese of San Francisco for their Chinese New Year Eucharistic Celebration & Ceremonial Tribute to Ancestors on February 24, 2024. Archbishop Cordileone will be the principal celebrant for the Mass.

Following the Mass, there will be a Chinese New Year Dinner in the Cathedral’s Event Center (5:00 p.m.).

Website: http://sfchinesecatholic.org
Address
Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption
1111 Gough Street
San Francisco
CA 94109
Sunday
Feb 25

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Monday
Feb 26

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Tuesday
Feb 27

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Wednesday
Feb 28

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Thursday
Feb 29

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Friday
Mar 01

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]

Concert – Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater & Excerpts from Bach’s Magnificat

7:00pm
Cost: Free
Join the Catholic Institute of Sacred Music for the second event of our Spring 2024 Public Lecture and Concert Series – Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater & Excerpts from Bach’s Magnificat.

Sarah Craig Penner, Jennifer Park, Gregory Billion, & Andrew Kelley vocalists, Jennifer Donelson-Nowicka, keyboard

About the Recital

The Stabat Mater by Giovanni Battista Pergolesi and the Magnificat by Johann Sebastian Bach mark the pinnacle of Baroque music dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Enter more deeply into the Lenten season alongside Our Lady by joining us for a concert which links these two in one wonderful event, alongside a few other musical bonuses. The concert is one hour in length and is available either in-person or via streaming.

Website:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pergolesis-stabat-mater-excerpts-from-bachs-magnificat-tickets-781259597487 
Address
St. Patrick’s Seminary & University
320 Middlefield Road
Menlo Park
CA 94025
Saturday
Mar 02

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]

Walk for Peace & Memorial Vigil Mass

Help carry a cross to remember 2023
Bay Area victims of violent crimes
Saturday, March 2, 2024


St. Mark’s Catholic Church,
325 Marin View, Belmont, CA 94002
3:00 PM Walk for Peace
4:30 PM Mass and Vigil Service

To register visit https://www.sfarchdiocese.org/walkforpeace

For more information contact Julio Escobar at [email protected] or call 415 614-5572
Website: https://www.sfarchdiocese.org/walkforpeace
Address
St. Mark’s Catholic Church
325 Marin View
Belmont
California 94002
Contact
Julio Escobar
[email protected]
415 614-5572
Sunday
Mar 03

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]

21st Century Eucharistic Miracles presentation

12:00pm – 2:00pm
Cost: free

SF Eucharistic Revival
JESUS CHRIST IS THE EUCHARIST
The Medicine of Immortality


I Am the Way and the Truth and the Life (Jn 14:6)
We are engaged in an epic spiritual battle over truth, human dignity, and our purpose in life. In the fullness of time, the Holy Spirit has given us 21st century Eucharistic miracles and the Shroud of Turin that unveil the unchangeable truths and reality of our Catholic faith.

Come & See (Jn 1:46)
Come join us in a year-long journey as the Magis Center’s Dr. Scott French and Fr. Robert Spitzer dramatically unveil the truth that “Whoever eats My flesh and drinks My blood has
eternal life, and I will raise him on the last day.” (Jn 6:54)





  • Sunday 3/3/2024 at 12:00 noon
    St. Monica-St. Thomas Church
    470 24th Avenue
    San Francisco, CA 94121
    Presentation after 11:00am mass and complimentary lunch

Website: sfarch.org/miracles
Address
St. Monica-St. Thomas Church
470 24th Avenue
San Francisco
California 94121
Contact
Nicolle Dougherty
[email protected]
Monday
Mar 04

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Tuesday
Mar 05

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Wednesday
Mar 06

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Thursday
Mar 07

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Friday
Mar 08

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Saturday
Mar 09

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]

Converging Roads

REGISTRATION IS OPEN for the fourth Converging Roads health care ethics conference in Menlo Park, CA on Saturday, March 9, 2024. The conference, on the topic of Fundamental Health Care Ethics, is presented collaboratively by the St. John Paul II Foundation, the Archdiocese of San Francisco, the San Francisco and Santa Clara Guilds of the Catholic Medical Association, and St. Patrick’s Seminary & University.

For registration, presentation topics, speaker bios, and more, visit: convergingroads.com/sanfrancisco
Continuing education credits for healthcare professionals will be offered.

For more information, visit forlifeandfamily.org/events/cr24-sfca/ or email Conference Coordinator Ana Quireza at [email protected].
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What is Converging Roads?
Converging Roads is a regional conference series offering continuing education for health care professionals that equips them to practice the highest ethical and medical standards of their profession. Through collaboration with dioceses, hospitals, and universities, Converging Roads provides health care professionals, chaplains, students, and administrators with the most up-to-date training in health care ethics enabling them to more effectively care for their patients. Open to all, regardless of faith tradition, Converging Roads is rooted in the Hippocratic and Catholic ethical tradition and is presented in multiple locations across the country each year.

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Address
St. Patrick’s Seminary
320 Middlefield Rd,
Menlo Park,
CA 94025-3563,
Contact
Ana Quireza
[email protected]

Catholic Men’s Conference 2024

8:00am – 3:30pm
Cost: $50.00

CALLED TO LEAD
San Francisco Bay Area
Catholic Men’s Conference


March 9, 2024


St Mark Church


325 Marine View St


Belmont, CA 94002



(please note the new location)


Come be inspired, challenged and encouraged by Archbishop Cordileone, our outstanding speakers, and your brother Catholic men.




Conference speakers


Jesse Romero

Jesse is a nationally acclaimed, full-time bilingual Catholic Lay Evangelist. A three-time World Police Olympics boxing champion, former U.S.A. middleweight kickboxing champion and a retired veteran of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Jesse now brings the same passion and commitment to share the Catholic faith.

Jesse is a resident of Arizona, has been married to his wife Anita since 1983, and is the proud parent of three children and grandchildren. He has a B.A. from Mount St Mary’s University in Los Angeles and an M.A. in Catholic Theology from Franciscan University in Steubenville, Ohio.

Currently on www.virginmostpowerfulradio.org, Jesse is a host of  “The Terry and Jesse Show,” & “Jesus 911, ” as well as for Catholics for Catholics Apostolate – www.cforc.com. He is a bilingual Catholic author, and recipient of the Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen Award, the Fullness of Truth “Defender of Faith” Award, and “Sports Faith International Award.” Jesse has been on Catholic radio for over 15 years now hosting, teaching, and speaking in English & Spanish.

His preaching apostolate is “On Fire Evangelization.”

 

Rev. Sebastian A. Carnazzo, Ph.D


Rev. Sebastian Carnazzo, PhD, is a presbyter in the Melkite Catholic Church of America and pastor of St. Elias Melkite Parish in San Jose, CA (steliasmelkite.org).  The father of seven children, he received his BS in Animal Science with a concentration in veterinary medicine from Cal Poly University, San Luis Obispo, CA, his MA in Theology with a concentration in Sacred Scripture from the Christendom Graduate School of Theology, Alexandria, VA, and his PhD in Biblical Studies from the Catholic University of America, Washington, DC.

He is also the author of many articles and the contributor to a  number of multi-author works, most recently the Great Adventure Bible of Ascension Press.  He is also an adjunct lecturer in Biblical Studies and Catechetics for a number of institutions, including St. Patrick Seminary of the Archdiocese of San Francisco and the Institute of Catholic Culture.

 

Dr. Scott French, M.D.

Dr. Scott French is a practicing Emergency Physician who began his career as full- time teaching faculty at Stanford Medical School and the University of North Carolina, as well as part time clinical faculty at the University of Washington, OHSU, Emory, and several other medical schools.

As a practicing Emergency Physician, Dr. French witnessed firsthand the catastrophic increase of suicide attempts and other serious behavioral disorders in our youth. Searching for a solution to this devastating crisis for our children, Scott was able to view the Shroud of Turin in May of 2015 as well as the 750 AD Eucharistic miracle of Lanciano, Italy.  Subsequently, Dr. French was then led down an unexpected path of discovery as to the underlying cause of this modern-day misery and how yet again Jesus is the Way, and the Truth, and the Light. Jn 14:6

 

Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone
Archbishop of San Francisco
Principal Celebrant at Mass

Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone was born in San Diego on June 5, 1956. He attended public school through 12th grade and earned his BA in philosophy from the University of San Diego in 1978.  He earned a second bachelor’s degree in sacred theology from the Pontifical Gregorian University in 1981.  Archbishop Cordileone was ordained to the priesthood on July 9, 1982.  He continued his studies at Gregorian University from 1985-89, earning a doctorate in canon law.

He was appointed Judicial Vicar for the Diocese of San Diego in 1990 and served as an assistant to the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura from 1995-2002.  On July 5, 2002, Pope John Paul II appointed him the Auxiliary Bishop of the Diocese of San Diego, where he served until his appointment as Bishop of Oakland on March 23, 2009. On July 27, 2012, Pope Benedict XVI appointed him as the ninth Archbishop of San Francisco.  He was installed on October 4, 2012.



As iron sharpens iron,
so one man sharpens another.
Proverbs 27:1
7



 

Address
St. Mark Catholic Church
325 Marine View St
Belmont
California 94002
Contact
Ed Hopfner
[email protected]
4156145574
Sunday
Mar 10

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]

21st Century Eucharistic Miracles Presentation in Burlingame

7:00pm

The Eucharist is Jesus Christ
“The Medicine of Immortality”


SF Eucharistic Revival
Faith & Fellowship Event &
Complimentary Catered Lunch


21st Century Eucharistic Miracles discussion and Q&A hosted by Dr. Scott French, ER physician and former Stanford professor,
from Fr. Robert Spitzer’s Magis Center.

Sunday 3/10/2024
7:00pm
Our Lady of Angels Church
1721 Hillside Drive
Burlingame, CA 94010
Presentation after 6:00pm mass



 

To bring the 21st Century Eucharistic Miracles presentation to your school or parish, please contact Nicolle Dougherty

Website: https://www.sfarchdiocese.org/eucharistic-revival/#eucharisticmiracles
Address
Our Lady of Angels Church
1721 Hillside Drive
Burlingame
CA 94010
Contact
Nicolle Dougherty
[email protected]
Monday
Mar 11

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Tuesday
Mar 12

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Wednesday
Mar 13

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Thursday
Mar 14

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Friday
Mar 15

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Saturday
Mar 16

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]

St. Patrick’s Seminary 3rd Annual Day of Giving

Join St. Patrick’s Seminary for their 3rd Annual Day of Giving!

Saturday, March 16th, 2024


Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by joining our mission to form the priests of tomorrow! Help us reach our goal and raise $200,000 online to support seminarian formation at St. Patrick’s Seminary.

Website: https://fundraise.givesmart.com/vf/PRIEST
Address
St. Patrick’s Seminary & University
320 Middlefield Road
Menlo Park
CA 94025
Contact
Martha Sheridan
[email protected]
6502893355
Sunday
Mar 17

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Monday
Mar 18

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Tuesday
Mar 19

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Wednesday
Mar 20

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Thursday
Mar 21

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Friday
Mar 22

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]

Life-Giving Wounds Retreat

6:00pm (03/22) – 3:30pm (03/24)

March 22-24, 2024


 





 


 

A Retreat For Adult Children of Divorced/Separated Parents


Dealing with our parents’ divorce is not easy but confronting this wound with faith can allow us to find great healing. We hope that you will become part of our supportive community and receive the many graces available through this ministry.

Healing Retreat

Attending the three-day retreat is a great way to start this journey of healing. The retreat focuses on discovering our identity as children of God, although it also focuses on overcoming the effects of parental divorce, forgiving our parents, and connecting with others from this background.

This retreat has something for any adult child of divorce or separation, no matter how much healing you have received or need.

The weekend includes presentations, small group sharing, adoration, spiritual direction, and Mass. This three-day retreat is the centerpiece of this ministry.

Themes covered on the weekend include:

• Finding Our Deepest Identity
• Faith and Our Relationship with God
• Love, Dating, and the Sacrament of Marriage
• Loneliness
• Anger and Anxiety
• False Guilt and Shame
• Forgiveness and Reconciliation
• Family Boundaries
• The Christian Meaning of Suffering
• Healing and the Sacraments of Reconciliation and the Eucharist
• and more!


 

Fr Luke’s testimony



 

Retreat team biographies


 

Father Carl Schlichte

Fr. Carl entered the Dominicans of the Western Province in 1990 and was ordained in 1998. He currently serves as Pastor at St. Dominic, Benicia, which is the oldest foundation of the Western Dominican Province. Prior to that he has served at a variety of parishes and campus ministries throughout the west, including the University of Utah and Stanford University. He is a San Francisco Bay Area native.

Fr. Carl is an only child whose parents divorced when he was seven. He is an alum of the first Life-Giving Wounds retreat on the West coast, in March 2022. On his retreat, he found a passion for helping other adult children of divorce overcome the pain and stigma of talking about the experience of being a child of separated or divorced parents, both among themselves and to those from intact marriages. He is excited by the rush of healing that comes from a LWG weekend and the long-term, ongoing healing that comes from staying engaged with fellow children of divorce.

 

Sr Maria Suso

Sr. Maria Suso grew up in Clearwater, FL. During Confirmation preparation, she began reading the Bible, met Jesus in the Word, and fell in love with Him and his Church. She immediately began discerning as she went from nominally Catholic to wanting to give her whole life to God. After attending Florida State University and working for a year in insurance, she entered the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, whose Motherhouse is in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Sr. Maria Suso made perpetual profession in 2017.

After initial formation and first vows, Sister obtained a teaching certificate from Eastern Michigan University, and she has taught English and biology in Lansing, Michigan; Peoria, Illinois; and Kentfield, CA. She also recently finished a Masters in Theology from St. Paul Seminary in Minnesota. She is enjoying teaching senior English this year at Marin Catholic High School and lives in a convent with three other Sisters who also teach at MC.

 

Kent and Sarah Levin

Kent and Sarah are a married couple who live a fast-paced, Christ-centered life in the Bay Area aboard their sailboat “Metanoia.” Kent is a life-long sailor, a mechanical whiz, and currently works in robotics for an agricultural tech company. Sarah is an amateur sailor, building her portfolio in communications, and thrives in service to others.

They are both children of divorced families, and alumni of the Life-Giving Wounds Retreat. Kent was raised in the quiet lowcountry of South Carolina. He’s the oldest of two children, raised in a rather secular family with parents who divorced when he was 11. Sarah grew up in southwest Virginia, the youngest child of Christian parents who divorced when she was 15.

Kent and Sarah are both converts to the Catholic faith. Their family experiences exposed both common ground and hurdles to overcome as they dated and entered into marriage. They’ve found that with prayer and healing, God’s vision of marriage is within reach — and it’s pretty fun too!

 

Hallie Colorado

Hallie Colorado, knew from a very young age that God created her to be a servant to others. As a young child she set up a folding lawn chair in her driveway and offered neighborhood kids advice for all their life’s problems. That love of helping others continues with her to this day, and she has spent her life educating herself in the field of psychology and mental health.

Hallie Colorado holds a doctorate in clinical psychology and has worked with several populations, including Catholic seminarians as adjunct professor at St. Patrick’s seminary in Menlo Park, and the school counselor for two archdiocese K-8 schools. Dr. Colorado has also spent years working with engaged couples leading Engaging the Heart, as well as working at Stanford Children’s hospital’s pediatric cardiology unit.

She is currently the Director of Parish Outreach and Community at St. Raymond Catholic church where she and her family have been parishioners for over a decade. Hallie is the proud mother of a beautiful group of little ladies, and is happily married to her favorite guy. She is an adult child of divorce and is incredibly passionate about helping others through the grief, trauma and healing associated with this life altering event. 

 

Katherine Ambrose 

Katherine grew up in the suburbs of Portland, Maine with her four siblings. She graduated from The University of New Hampshire with her Master’s in Occupational Therapy (OT) and spent the first few years of her career working as a travel OT, living in NYC and Maui. Katherine now resides in San Francisco at Priory East, a Catholic women’s house, and works at a pediatric clinic in the city. She has a passion for building community, connecting people, and helping others maximize their potential. Katherine is the co-president of the Bay Area Association of Pediatric Therapists, host of The Visitation Podcast, and founder of Miss Sensational, a non-profit in Maine for girls and women with disabilities.

Her parents divorced and annulled their marriage when she was 6 years old, and she began the journey of intentional healing in early adulthood through therapy and reversion to the Catholic faith that deepened her relationship with God. Katherine attended her first Life Giving Wounds retreat in March 2022, and she is honored to accompany all those sharing the wound of divorced parents. When she’s not too busy with one of her many side projects or creating action plans, you can find Katherine working out, hiking, skiing, sipping coffee, FaceTiming with her adorable nephew, or browsing the vegan snacks at Trader Joe’s.

 

Fr. Luke Joseph Leighton

Fr. Luke grew up in Red Bank, NJ. He had a conversion experience in high school that led him to receive the Sacraments of Initiation at 15 years old. About a year later, he felt invited by the Lord to share in his priesthood. As a seminarian for the Diocese of Trenton, Fr. Luke attended Seton Hall University, where his knowledge of the faith and the life of prayer grew tremendously.

After graduating, he entered the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal and served in the friars’ mission of preaching the Gospel and attending to the needs of the poor in NYC for fifteen years. While living in the Bronx, he served at the Saint Francis Youth Center, Saint Anthony’s Shelter for Renewal, and Cardinal Spellman High School. Fr. Luke was ordained a priest by His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in May of 2013. He completed the Institute for Priestly Formation’s Spiritual Direction Training Program in January 2020. During his time as assistant chaplain at Cardinal Spellman High School Fr. Luke published videos on YouTube which can be viewed here.

 

 

Before registering, please be aware of the following:

  • All are very welcome to join us on retreat whether you are Catholic or not, but please be aware that the content of this retreat will be Catholic.

  • A team of presenters will speak about this wound and its effects, and there will be moments for you to share your experiences with others in small groups.

  • As with all retreats, everything will be treated on a strictly confidential basis.  This is a spiritual retreat, not primarily psychological, but we will have a list of counselors available as a resource outside of the retreat itself for those who are interested.

  • Healing retreats pair well with counseling and/or spiritual direction. If you are not already working through this wound with someone, we would encourage you to consider it. If you would like a recommendation, please give us a call.


 

Begins on Friday (Mar 22) at 6:00 pm, and ends Sunday (Mar 24) at 3:30 pm.  Includes Holy Mass, chance for confessions and Adoration.


Registration is $425 for a single room, $375 for a double (shared) room.  Limited scholarships are available – contact Ed Hopfner



 
Address
Vallombrosa Retreat Center
250 Oak Grove Ave
Menlo Park
California 94025
Contact
Ed Hopfner
[email protected]
(415) 614-5547
Saturday
Mar 23

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]

Life-Giving Wounds Retreat

6:00pm (03/22) – 3:30pm (03/24)

March 22-24, 2024


 





 


 

A Retreat For Adult Children of Divorced/Separated Parents


Dealing with our parents’ divorce is not easy but confronting this wound with faith can allow us to find great healing. We hope that you will become part of our supportive community and receive the many graces available through this ministry.

Healing Retreat

Attending the three-day retreat is a great way to start this journey of healing. The retreat focuses on discovering our identity as children of God, although it also focuses on overcoming the effects of parental divorce, forgiving our parents, and connecting with others from this background.

This retreat has something for any adult child of divorce or separation, no matter how much healing you have received or need.

The weekend includes presentations, small group sharing, adoration, spiritual direction, and Mass. This three-day retreat is the centerpiece of this ministry.

Themes covered on the weekend include:

• Finding Our Deepest Identity
• Faith and Our Relationship with God
• Love, Dating, and the Sacrament of Marriage
• Loneliness
• Anger and Anxiety
• False Guilt and Shame
• Forgiveness and Reconciliation
• Family Boundaries
• The Christian Meaning of Suffering
• Healing and the Sacraments of Reconciliation and the Eucharist
• and more!


 

Fr Luke’s testimony



 

Retreat team biographies


 

Father Carl Schlichte

Fr. Carl entered the Dominicans of the Western Province in 1990 and was ordained in 1998. He currently serves as Pastor at St. Dominic, Benicia, which is the oldest foundation of the Western Dominican Province. Prior to that he has served at a variety of parishes and campus ministries throughout the west, including the University of Utah and Stanford University. He is a San Francisco Bay Area native.

Fr. Carl is an only child whose parents divorced when he was seven. He is an alum of the first Life-Giving Wounds retreat on the West coast, in March 2022. On his retreat, he found a passion for helping other adult children of divorce overcome the pain and stigma of talking about the experience of being a child of separated or divorced parents, both among themselves and to those from intact marriages. He is excited by the rush of healing that comes from a LWG weekend and the long-term, ongoing healing that comes from staying engaged with fellow children of divorce.

 

Sr Maria Suso

Sr. Maria Suso grew up in Clearwater, FL. During Confirmation preparation, she began reading the Bible, met Jesus in the Word, and fell in love with Him and his Church. She immediately began discerning as she went from nominally Catholic to wanting to give her whole life to God. After attending Florida State University and working for a year in insurance, she entered the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, whose Motherhouse is in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Sr. Maria Suso made perpetual profession in 2017.

After initial formation and first vows, Sister obtained a teaching certificate from Eastern Michigan University, and she has taught English and biology in Lansing, Michigan; Peoria, Illinois; and Kentfield, CA. She also recently finished a Masters in Theology from St. Paul Seminary in Minnesota. She is enjoying teaching senior English this year at Marin Catholic High School and lives in a convent with three other Sisters who also teach at MC.

 

Kent and Sarah Levin

Kent and Sarah are a married couple who live a fast-paced, Christ-centered life in the Bay Area aboard their sailboat “Metanoia.” Kent is a life-long sailor, a mechanical whiz, and currently works in robotics for an agricultural tech company. Sarah is an amateur sailor, building her portfolio in communications, and thrives in service to others.

They are both children of divorced families, and alumni of the Life-Giving Wounds Retreat. Kent was raised in the quiet lowcountry of South Carolina. He’s the oldest of two children, raised in a rather secular family with parents who divorced when he was 11. Sarah grew up in southwest Virginia, the youngest child of Christian parents who divorced when she was 15.

Kent and Sarah are both converts to the Catholic faith. Their family experiences exposed both common ground and hurdles to overcome as they dated and entered into marriage. They’ve found that with prayer and healing, God’s vision of marriage is within reach — and it’s pretty fun too!

 

Hallie Colorado

Hallie Colorado, knew from a very young age that God created her to be a servant to others. As a young child she set up a folding lawn chair in her driveway and offered neighborhood kids advice for all their life’s problems. That love of helping others continues with her to this day, and she has spent her life educating herself in the field of psychology and mental health.

Hallie Colorado holds a doctorate in clinical psychology and has worked with several populations, including Catholic seminarians as adjunct professor at St. Patrick’s seminary in Menlo Park, and the school counselor for two archdiocese K-8 schools. Dr. Colorado has also spent years working with engaged couples leading Engaging the Heart, as well as working at Stanford Children’s hospital’s pediatric cardiology unit.

She is currently the Director of Parish Outreach and Community at St. Raymond Catholic church where she and her family have been parishioners for over a decade. Hallie is the proud mother of a beautiful group of little ladies, and is happily married to her favorite guy. She is an adult child of divorce and is incredibly passionate about helping others through the grief, trauma and healing associated with this life altering event. 

 

Katherine Ambrose 

Katherine grew up in the suburbs of Portland, Maine with her four siblings. She graduated from The University of New Hampshire with her Master’s in Occupational Therapy (OT) and spent the first few years of her career working as a travel OT, living in NYC and Maui. Katherine now resides in San Francisco at Priory East, a Catholic women’s house, and works at a pediatric clinic in the city. She has a passion for building community, connecting people, and helping others maximize their potential. Katherine is the co-president of the Bay Area Association of Pediatric Therapists, host of The Visitation Podcast, and founder of Miss Sensational, a non-profit in Maine for girls and women with disabilities.

Her parents divorced and annulled their marriage when she was 6 years old, and she began the journey of intentional healing in early adulthood through therapy and reversion to the Catholic faith that deepened her relationship with God. Katherine attended her first Life Giving Wounds retreat in March 2022, and she is honored to accompany all those sharing the wound of divorced parents. When she’s not too busy with one of her many side projects or creating action plans, you can find Katherine working out, hiking, skiing, sipping coffee, FaceTiming with her adorable nephew, or browsing the vegan snacks at Trader Joe’s.

 

Fr. Luke Joseph Leighton

Fr. Luke grew up in Red Bank, NJ. He had a conversion experience in high school that led him to receive the Sacraments of Initiation at 15 years old. About a year later, he felt invited by the Lord to share in his priesthood. As a seminarian for the Diocese of Trenton, Fr. Luke attended Seton Hall University, where his knowledge of the faith and the life of prayer grew tremendously.

After graduating, he entered the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal and served in the friars’ mission of preaching the Gospel and attending to the needs of the poor in NYC for fifteen years. While living in the Bronx, he served at the Saint Francis Youth Center, Saint Anthony’s Shelter for Renewal, and Cardinal Spellman High School. Fr. Luke was ordained a priest by His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in May of 2013. He completed the Institute for Priestly Formation’s Spiritual Direction Training Program in January 2020. During his time as assistant chaplain at Cardinal Spellman High School Fr. Luke published videos on YouTube which can be viewed here.

 

 

Before registering, please be aware of the following:

  • All are very welcome to join us on retreat whether you are Catholic or not, but please be aware that the content of this retreat will be Catholic.

  • A team of presenters will speak about this wound and its effects, and there will be moments for you to share your experiences with others in small groups.

  • As with all retreats, everything will be treated on a strictly confidential basis.  This is a spiritual retreat, not primarily psychological, but we will have a list of counselors available as a resource outside of the retreat itself for those who are interested.

  • Healing retreats pair well with counseling and/or spiritual direction. If you are not already working through this wound with someone, we would encourage you to consider it. If you would like a recommendation, please give us a call.


 

Begins on Friday (Mar 22) at 6:00 pm, and ends Sunday (Mar 24) at 3:30 pm.  Includes Holy Mass, chance for confessions and Adoration.


Registration is $425 for a single room, $375 for a double (shared) room.  Limited scholarships are available – contact Ed Hopfner



 
Address
Vallombrosa Retreat Center
250 Oak Grove Ave
Menlo Park
California 94025
Contact
Ed Hopfner
[email protected]
(415) 614-5547

Visit incarcerated young people

8:00am – 4:00pm

Juvenile Justice Ministry Training


Visit incarcerated young people 12 to 25 years old at San Francisco Juvenile Justice Center


Attend a 2-day training:
– Saturday, March 23
– Saturday, March 30, 2024

Training location:
1 Peter Yorke Way, San Francisco, CA 94109,

Time: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

To schedule a screening interview, contact Julio Escobar at [email protected] or call 415 614-5572

For more information visit www.sfarch.org/juvenilejusticeministrytraining/
Website: https://www.sfarchdiocese.org/juvenilejusticeministrytraining/
Address
Pastoral Center, Archdiocese of San Francisco
1 Peter Yorke Way
San Francisco
California 94109
Contact
Julio Escobar
[email protected]
415 614-5572
Sunday
Mar 24

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]

Life-Giving Wounds Retreat

6:00pm (03/22) – 3:30pm (03/24)

March 22-24, 2024


 





 


 

A Retreat For Adult Children of Divorced/Separated Parents


Dealing with our parents’ divorce is not easy but confronting this wound with faith can allow us to find great healing. We hope that you will become part of our supportive community and receive the many graces available through this ministry.

Healing Retreat

Attending the three-day retreat is a great way to start this journey of healing. The retreat focuses on discovering our identity as children of God, although it also focuses on overcoming the effects of parental divorce, forgiving our parents, and connecting with others from this background.

This retreat has something for any adult child of divorce or separation, no matter how much healing you have received or need.

The weekend includes presentations, small group sharing, adoration, spiritual direction, and Mass. This three-day retreat is the centerpiece of this ministry.

Themes covered on the weekend include:

• Finding Our Deepest Identity
• Faith and Our Relationship with God
• Love, Dating, and the Sacrament of Marriage
• Loneliness
• Anger and Anxiety
• False Guilt and Shame
• Forgiveness and Reconciliation
• Family Boundaries
• The Christian Meaning of Suffering
• Healing and the Sacraments of Reconciliation and the Eucharist
• and more!


 

Fr Luke’s testimony



 

Retreat team biographies


 

Father Carl Schlichte

Fr. Carl entered the Dominicans of the Western Province in 1990 and was ordained in 1998. He currently serves as Pastor at St. Dominic, Benicia, which is the oldest foundation of the Western Dominican Province. Prior to that he has served at a variety of parishes and campus ministries throughout the west, including the University of Utah and Stanford University. He is a San Francisco Bay Area native.

Fr. Carl is an only child whose parents divorced when he was seven. He is an alum of the first Life-Giving Wounds retreat on the West coast, in March 2022. On his retreat, he found a passion for helping other adult children of divorce overcome the pain and stigma of talking about the experience of being a child of separated or divorced parents, both among themselves and to those from intact marriages. He is excited by the rush of healing that comes from a LWG weekend and the long-term, ongoing healing that comes from staying engaged with fellow children of divorce.

 

Sr Maria Suso

Sr. Maria Suso grew up in Clearwater, FL. During Confirmation preparation, she began reading the Bible, met Jesus in the Word, and fell in love with Him and his Church. She immediately began discerning as she went from nominally Catholic to wanting to give her whole life to God. After attending Florida State University and working for a year in insurance, she entered the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, whose Motherhouse is in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Sr. Maria Suso made perpetual profession in 2017.

After initial formation and first vows, Sister obtained a teaching certificate from Eastern Michigan University, and she has taught English and biology in Lansing, Michigan; Peoria, Illinois; and Kentfield, CA. She also recently finished a Masters in Theology from St. Paul Seminary in Minnesota. She is enjoying teaching senior English this year at Marin Catholic High School and lives in a convent with three other Sisters who also teach at MC.

 

Kent and Sarah Levin

Kent and Sarah are a married couple who live a fast-paced, Christ-centered life in the Bay Area aboard their sailboat “Metanoia.” Kent is a life-long sailor, a mechanical whiz, and currently works in robotics for an agricultural tech company. Sarah is an amateur sailor, building her portfolio in communications, and thrives in service to others.

They are both children of divorced families, and alumni of the Life-Giving Wounds Retreat. Kent was raised in the quiet lowcountry of South Carolina. He’s the oldest of two children, raised in a rather secular family with parents who divorced when he was 11. Sarah grew up in southwest Virginia, the youngest child of Christian parents who divorced when she was 15.

Kent and Sarah are both converts to the Catholic faith. Their family experiences exposed both common ground and hurdles to overcome as they dated and entered into marriage. They’ve found that with prayer and healing, God’s vision of marriage is within reach — and it’s pretty fun too!

 

Hallie Colorado

Hallie Colorado, knew from a very young age that God created her to be a servant to others. As a young child she set up a folding lawn chair in her driveway and offered neighborhood kids advice for all their life’s problems. That love of helping others continues with her to this day, and she has spent her life educating herself in the field of psychology and mental health.

Hallie Colorado holds a doctorate in clinical psychology and has worked with several populations, including Catholic seminarians as adjunct professor at St. Patrick’s seminary in Menlo Park, and the school counselor for two archdiocese K-8 schools. Dr. Colorado has also spent years working with engaged couples leading Engaging the Heart, as well as working at Stanford Children’s hospital’s pediatric cardiology unit.

She is currently the Director of Parish Outreach and Community at St. Raymond Catholic church where she and her family have been parishioners for over a decade. Hallie is the proud mother of a beautiful group of little ladies, and is happily married to her favorite guy. She is an adult child of divorce and is incredibly passionate about helping others through the grief, trauma and healing associated with this life altering event. 

 

Katherine Ambrose 

Katherine grew up in the suburbs of Portland, Maine with her four siblings. She graduated from The University of New Hampshire with her Master’s in Occupational Therapy (OT) and spent the first few years of her career working as a travel OT, living in NYC and Maui. Katherine now resides in San Francisco at Priory East, a Catholic women’s house, and works at a pediatric clinic in the city. She has a passion for building community, connecting people, and helping others maximize their potential. Katherine is the co-president of the Bay Area Association of Pediatric Therapists, host of The Visitation Podcast, and founder of Miss Sensational, a non-profit in Maine for girls and women with disabilities.

Her parents divorced and annulled their marriage when she was 6 years old, and she began the journey of intentional healing in early adulthood through therapy and reversion to the Catholic faith that deepened her relationship with God. Katherine attended her first Life Giving Wounds retreat in March 2022, and she is honored to accompany all those sharing the wound of divorced parents. When she’s not too busy with one of her many side projects or creating action plans, you can find Katherine working out, hiking, skiing, sipping coffee, FaceTiming with her adorable nephew, or browsing the vegan snacks at Trader Joe’s.

 

Fr. Luke Joseph Leighton

Fr. Luke grew up in Red Bank, NJ. He had a conversion experience in high school that led him to receive the Sacraments of Initiation at 15 years old. About a year later, he felt invited by the Lord to share in his priesthood. As a seminarian for the Diocese of Trenton, Fr. Luke attended Seton Hall University, where his knowledge of the faith and the life of prayer grew tremendously.

After graduating, he entered the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal and served in the friars’ mission of preaching the Gospel and attending to the needs of the poor in NYC for fifteen years. While living in the Bronx, he served at the Saint Francis Youth Center, Saint Anthony’s Shelter for Renewal, and Cardinal Spellman High School. Fr. Luke was ordained a priest by His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in May of 2013. He completed the Institute for Priestly Formation’s Spiritual Direction Training Program in January 2020. During his time as assistant chaplain at Cardinal Spellman High School Fr. Luke published videos on YouTube which can be viewed here.

 

 

Before registering, please be aware of the following:

  • All are very welcome to join us on retreat whether you are Catholic or not, but please be aware that the content of this retreat will be Catholic.

  • A team of presenters will speak about this wound and its effects, and there will be moments for you to share your experiences with others in small groups.

  • As with all retreats, everything will be treated on a strictly confidential basis.  This is a spiritual retreat, not primarily psychological, but we will have a list of counselors available as a resource outside of the retreat itself for those who are interested.

  • Healing retreats pair well with counseling and/or spiritual direction. If you are not already working through this wound with someone, we would encourage you to consider it. If you would like a recommendation, please give us a call.


 

Begins on Friday (Mar 22) at 6:00 pm, and ends Sunday (Mar 24) at 3:30 pm.  Includes Holy Mass, chance for confessions and Adoration.


Registration is $425 for a single room, $375 for a double (shared) room.  Limited scholarships are available – contact Ed Hopfner



 
Address
Vallombrosa Retreat Center
250 Oak Grove Ave
Menlo Park
California 94025
Contact
Ed Hopfner
[email protected]
(415) 614-5547
Monday
Mar 25

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]
Tuesday
Mar 26

Lenten Lecture Series: Catholic Faith and Science

7:00pm (02/20) – 8:30pm (03/26)
Rev. Gregory Heidenblut, OSA, DDiv, will continue his annual lecture series during the season of Lent with a challenging and informative discussion of contemporary scientific discoveries of a transcendent God and our trans-physical soul.  The six-week series will focus on the relationship between our Catholic faith and science and the truth concerning their compatibility.  The lectures will assist in dispelling false claims that the Church is opposed to science.

Lenten lecture series flyer
Website: https://pius.flocknote.com/signup/154626
Address
St Pius Catholic Church
1100 Woodside Road
Redwood City
CA 94061
Contact
Cathy Yee
[email protected]

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ADSF Youth Leadership Team – S.A.L.T.

Many are called, but few are chosen. – Matt 22:14

The ADSF Youth Service and Leadership Team aka S.A.L.T. will assist in planning, advising in and executing spirtual and social youth events throughout the Archdiocese of San Francisco. Apply for this opportunity and serve your brothers an sisters in this great Archdiocese. All confirmed high school students, Coodinators of Youth Ministry and Young Adult Volunteers may apply. Space is limited and we are in need of leaders from Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo counties.

Applications for the ADSF 2020-2021

Ethnic Ministries Chess Club

The Chess Club is looking to train individuals to teach chess in the Catholic Schools here in the Archdiocese of San Francisco.  As we teach our young people our goal is to establish a year-end Archdiocese of San Francisco chess tournament in 2022.  If you are interested to coach or want more information for your school or child, please contact Christopher Major at  [email protected]

 

Contact Us

Gonzalo Alvarado
Youth & Young Adult Ministry Coordinator
415-614-55945
email: [email protected]

 
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