Lenten Parish Mission

"We shall only know the value of our true human nature when we find it acting in accordance with the intentions of its divine Author. We shall know more, love more, and do more, if we be more". Isaac T. Hecker, CSP

March 18-19-20, 2019
Morning Sessions 9:00am - 10:00am   or    Evening Sessions 7:00pm - 8:00pm
***Meet in the Church***

Encountering the Divine
Lent and beyond; embracing the generosity of God’s love

Lent is an intentional intensive time of prayer, sacrifice and almsgiving. For the weeks leading up to Easter Sunday we focus in a deeper way on the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. We are given this entire season to contemplate and put into action ways in which we can become more Christ-like in our daily lives.

Parishioners are invited to come and be a part of our parish Lenten Mission March 18 – 20, 2019. Fr. Bart Landry, CSP will preach at all of our Weekend Masses on March 16/17, 2019 and will offer morning and evening reflections on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. One goal of our parish mission will be to explore practical ways in which we can encounter the DIVINE during our Lenten Season and Beyond…

The overall message derived from our parish mission is sure to enhance your Lenten journey.  Please join us and bring a friend!

Contact:  Deacon Ron Diem • 858-653-3582 • deaconron@stgg.org

 
Father Bart Landry, C.S.P.

Father Bart was ordained to the priesthood in 2007. Since his ordination, he has served as Associate Pastor in Chicago, Illinois, and Associate Pastor and Pastor of Old St. Mary's Cathedral in San Francisco, California.He has had the opportunity to offer spiritual direction, parish missions and revivals, parish days of recollection and retreats throughout the Bay Area as well as internationally.

Currently he now serves as a consultor on the General Council (Governing Body) of his community and also full-time preaching apostolate.

Father Bart's passion is preaching the WORD and "Giving the Gospel a Voice Today".

 



Paulist Fathers

The Missionary Society of St. Paul the Apostle (“The Paulist Fathers”) is a community of Catholic priests who share the Gospel of Jesus Christ through mission preaching, media, campus ministries, parishes, downtown centers, the arts and more.

Led by the Holy Spirit, we focus on evangelization (reaching out), reconciliation (bringing peace) and ecumenical and interfaith relations (seeking unity).

Every day, across the Internet and airwaves, in bookstores and campus centers and in communities and churches, we navigate between the spiritual and the secular to meet every person at any point on the journey of faith.

Some have called us “America’s friendliest priests.” With due respect to all of our brother priests, that’s a compliment we gladly accept!

 

SPIRIT-DRIVEN MINISTRY