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Members of the Corpus Christi Prison Ministry engage in various projects to support our incarcerated brothers and sisters. Working with the Archdiocesan Office of Jail and Prison Ministry, our members visit St. Quentin Jail to provide a spiritual service, while other members participate in letter writing and collecting greeting cards for prisoners.
Interested volunteers must fill out an application with Cecilia Cordero which includes a background check and fingerprinting.
For more information, contact: Cecilia Cordero at 415-585-2991
The Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest Catholic fraternal service organization. Founded 130 years ago by the Venerable Father Michael McGivney at St. Mary’s parish in New Haven, CT, the Knights uphold four key principles as pillars of the order: Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism. Father McGivney also charged the Knights two primary missions: To help widows and orphans and to oppose persecution of and discrimination against Catholics. Each fraternal year the organization performs a variety of service activities designed to advance each of these principles and missions.
Council meetings are held on the second Sunday of the month at 2:30 p.m. at Corpus Christi Rectory Parish. In addition to the monthly meeting, the Knights are involved in numerous activities and projects throughout the year. The Knights are always actively recruiting practicing Catholic men over the age of 18.
For more information contact: Oliver LazoGrand Knight, Hopewell Council #11300, firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the most rewarding parish ministries is that of visiting the homebound. Each week, Eucharistic Ministers from Corpus Christi bring Holy Communion to parishioners who are unable to attend Mass. Those parishioners greatly appreciate the opportunity and blessing to receive Holy Communion at home.
We are always in need of additional Eucharistic Ministers to bring communion to our parishioners who are homebound, living at Brandywine or in a hospital.
In addition to regularly scheduled volunteers, we need substitutes to help periodically when a regularly scheduled Eucharistic Minister is unavailable on their scheduled day.
If you are interested in being a Homebound Eucharistic Minister, please contact:Deacon Alvaro Ortega or Gloria de la Cruz at email@example.com
If a parishioner is ill and would like a priest to celebrate the Sacrament of the Sick (anointing) please call the Parish Office at 415-585-2991
If a parishioner is unable to attend Sunday Mass and wants to receive communion at home, please call the Parish Office at 415-585-2991
The Pastoral Council consists of members who serve as Team leading the plan of our Parish. Our Pastor presides over the Council. Our Council members will normally serve a two year term.
Key responsibilities of the Council include:
Listen carefully to parishioners
Oversee the execution of the Pastoral Plan
Actively support our parish ministries
Investigate and study issues affecting the parish
Make recommendations to the Pastor
Collaborate with staff and the finance council
Represent the parish community
The Pastoral Council seeks to energize and live out the Vision, Mission and Core Values of the Parish. We welcome all and encourage you to participate in our parish community to ensure we sustain our “vibrant parish”.
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