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News & Announcements
Integral Ecology – Concern for Creation and for the Poor.
Thursday, September 3rd at 7:00 pm, Xavier Hall
A lecture by Mary Evelyn Tucker, PhD with respondent John Coleman, S.J.
Join us as Mary Evelyn Tucker unpacks the invitations and challenges of Pope Francis’ encyclical on care for creation, responsible development and the effects of environmental injustice on the world’s poor. The response will be given by John Coleman, S.J. and will be followed by opportunity for questions and small group discussion.
Please RSVP: Wilita D. Sanguma at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-422-2761.
Parish News and Updates
St. Ignatius Parish Children’s & Youth Faith Formation Classes to Begin September 20
Children’s & Youth Faith Formation RegistrationPackets, information about the Preschool Program for children ages 3&4 and Kindergarten; Grades 1 – 6; First Communion and Confirmation are available on the table in the back of the church and can be accessed on the St. Ignatius Parish Website @ http://stignatiussf.org/ - click on the “Children & Youth Faith Formation” link under the “Faith Formation” tab on the top of the St. Ignatius Parish website homepage. This info can also be accessed @ http://www.stignatiuscff.org The deadline to register is September 7.
We especially welcome families with older children, who have not been baptized or received First Communion and families, who are considering becoming Catholic.
All classes begin Sunday, September 20. For more information, please contact Dan Faloon @ 415-422-2195 or email@example.com
Sandwich Saturday resumes on Saturday Sept. 5th, 9:00 am. Join us in Fromm Hall kitchen to make 700 sandwiches for the homeless in local shelters.
Simple Needs Sunday resumes on Sunday, Sept. 13th.
Please bring Pajamas for Teens in Crisis.
We’re gathering them for “Huckleberry House” a local shelter and support program for runaways and homeless youth in crisis in the Haight. Cozy sleepwear for boys and girls ages 11-17 is needed.
Enjoy the beautiful video of our Parish’s History.
St. Ignatius Parish invites you to live out our shared mission to “seek to find God in all things by deepening our faith, listening with discerning and joyful hearts, and actively serving the poor and suffering, all for the greater glory of God.” In the midst of Lenten thoughts and prayers, you and your family maybe feeling the desire to reach out and become a little more involved with parish opportunities to serve and help. Click on the link below, you will find a general description of some of the ministries and activities where we currently need and want more volunteers. Email contacts are listed at the end of each category of activity. You will also have an opportunity to express your interest at any of the five Masses held on February 28 and March 1, 2015.
Would you like to have a Mass said in honor or memory of someone?
It is easy, email Maureen Corrigan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office 415-422-2188. We need the name of the person the Mass is for, whether living or deceased, your name and phone number or email. If you have a particular date, let us know. We will try to accommodate you. The suggested donation is $10.00. You may pay by check or credit card.
Sunday Morning Conversations with the Jesuits
"An Advocacy Committee for the Parish"
A panel discussion and a proposal for parish feedback on what justice issue
to take on in the parish's name.
Sunday, September 13, 2015, 10:45am - 11:45am
Xavier Auditorium, Fromm Hall
Fromm Hall is located directly north (behind) St. Ignatius Church on Parker Ave.
Did you know we commissioned a local artist to design a silk scarf to commemorate the Centennial of St. Ignatius Church? We still have a few scarves remaining! Each stunning scarf measures 21” x 71”, is 100% silk and the design element highlights some of the church’s most magnificent interior architectural details. Border colors include red, navy, forest green as well as all cream without a border. Price: $120 plus tax. Scarves are available in the Parish bookstore, before and after each Mass. You can also contact Fran Quinn van Bergen to purchase, 415-422-6645 or email@example.com.