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SAINTS AND SPECIAL OBSERVANCES
Sunday: Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time; Grandparents Day Monday: Patriot Day Tuesday: The Most Holy Name of Mary Wednesday: St. John Chrysostom Thursday: The Exaltation of the Holy Cross Friday: Our Lady of Sorrows Saturday: Ss. Cornelius and Cyprian
HURRICANE HARVEY SECOND COLLECTION "St. Linus Catholic Church will have a sec-ond collection the week-end of September 9th & 10th. To mail a check, please make your check payable to Catholic Chari-ties USA and mail your check to:Catholic Charities USA P.O. Box 17066 Bal-timore, MD 21297-1066. To donate over the phone, please call (703) 549-1390 M-F 8:30am to 4:30pm (EST) 1(800) 919-9338 after 4:30pm (EST) on weekdays, and Saturdays and Sundays.
LEGION OF MARY COLUMBAN DRIVE Are You A Devotee of our Blessed Mother? Come find out about the Legion of Mary Ministry. We are in need of active and auxiliary members at St. Linus. The Columban Drive will take place on Saturday, September 16th at 6:30 PM as well as on Sunday, September 17th after every mass. For more infor-mation, please contact Sylvia Layao at (562) 404-1174
ST. LINUS CATHOLIC CHURCH Cordially invites you to the
100th Anniversary Celebration of the 5th Fatima Apparition with Pope Francis' Pontifical Blessing & Granting of the Plenary
Indulgence incorporating The First Ever World Apostolate of Fatima Over-
night Vigil Conference The First Ever Our Lady of Fatima Corporate Healing Session
with relics of the Holy Family & Fatima Saints. Other Popular Healing Saints' Relics Available Upon Request.
Note: Before participating in healing session, each person in order to be properly disposed must have recently done the following strict requirements for your own benefit: Confession; Communion; Rosary & 15-minute
meditation on the mysteries of the Rosary. See below: We must please God, the divine healer, without him, we are nothing! No. Mary our most powerful intercessor, pray for us!
PROGRAM Tues. Sept. 12th - 6:30 p.m. - 1st Mystery of the Rosary. For Holy Father's intention: 1 Our Father, Hail Mary & Glory Be. 6:30 p.m. - Confession at the Cry Room continued on even until after the Mass. 7:00 p.m. - Vigil Mass (Communion) for the 100th Anniversary of the 5th Apparition 7:45 p.m. - Talk #1 - Fatima Message Extremely Urgent Now Than Ever Before -1st Speaker (TBA) 9:15 p.m. - Talk #2 - First Saturday Communion of Reparation - 2nd Speaker (TBA) 10:15 p.m. - Workshop on the urgent First Saturday Communion of Reparation with the recitation of the 2nd Mystery of the Rosary & actual 15 minutes meditation on the mysteries of the rosary. 11:00 p.m. - Veneration of the Fatima & Holy Family relics with pray over/ healing session, per request only. Wed. Sept. 13th - 12 Midnight - Candlelight/Rosary procession @ the parking lot & sport's field. 3rd Myste1y of the Rosary led by different parish groups in different languages. 1:00 p.m. - Home Sweet Home for restful slumber & please come back to the Church at .... 8:10 a.m. - 4th Mystery of the Rosary. For Holy Father's Intention: 1 OF, HM & GB. 8:30 a.m. - Holy Mass fo11owed by the Investiture of Brown Scapulars for 1st time enrollees. (others who have already been invested can just buy & wear new but blessed scapulars.) Sponsored by 45-year old Official Archdiocesan Fatima Corp.; Los Angeles World Apostolate of Fatima,lnc. in unity with-the Reparation for World Peace Foundation, Inc.
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My name is Stefanie Berberabe. I am 17 years old — a senior at Saint Joseph High School in Lakewood. I am an alumnus of Saint Linus Catho-lic School. I played basketball, volleyball, softball, soccer, track & field and was the president of the student coun-cil at St. Linus. I was an active altar server and lector. I cur-rently help in the Religious Goods Store after the 9:00AM Mass with my family. I want to be queen because I want to give back to my Saint Linus community and get to know the parishioners. Saint Linus has shaped me into the person I am today, and I am extremely blessed to have the opportunity to be a part of this community.
My name is Annalisa Garcia and I am running for Fiesta
Queen. I am 14 years old and currently attending St. Pius X – St. Matthias Academy. I started at St. Linus School in Pre-K and graduated as class Salutatorian just last year. While at St. Linus, I was on the Academic Decathlon team
and I won first place in the sub-ject of Religion. As a freshman
at St. Pius X – St. Matthias Acad-emy I am involved in yearbook. I have been an usher for the 10:30 Sunday mass since the third grade and I volunteer in the Religious Gift Shop at St. Linus. I am enrolled in St. Linus Confirmation pro-gram. I am currently a Girl Scout and a part of Troop 983, where we participate in many community service activi-ties such as donating money and blankets/supplies to SE-AACA, and donating and helping out with Love in the Mirror, an organization that helps the homeless children. When I was thinking about running for Fiesta Queen, I was approached by the Pro-Life ministry and asked to consider running. This strengthened my decision as I wanted to help the Pro-Life ministry. Being a candi-date for the Fiesta Queen is a wonderful way to give back to St. Linus Parish, St. Linus School, and the St. Linus Community where I have been a part of all of my life. Thank you for the opportunity.
My name is Nyomi Ledesma and I am fifteen years old. The 2016-2017 school year I graduated from St. Linus with honors. I am now a freshman at Sonora High School and involved in Theatre and FFA, which stands for Future Farmers of America. I enjoy going to church and love sharing my love for God with others. I am running for queen because I want to become more involved in the church and help raise money for St. Linus. I am so thankful for my faith and am proud to be Catholic. My relationship with God is so im-portant to me because it makes me who I am; a proud Catholic.
Hello, My name is Kyle Perera, and I am a sophomore at Saint John Bosco High School. I have been attending Saint Linus Church since I was born and am an alumnus of Saint Linus School. When I graduated from eighth grade, I received the Saint Linus Award for my participation in several school and parish activi-ties and service projects. I am cur-rently in phase II of the confirmation program here at St. Linus and I have also been an altar server since I was in 4th grade. At Saint John Bosco, I am a water polo player, Campus Ministry Leader, and a Sports Medicine pathway student. I am running to be the Fiesta King for 2017 because I want to help and support the parish that has become my second home. If I win, I would use the prize money to pay for my swimming fees. However, whether I win or lose, you can count on me to be at the fiesta, volunteering in differ-ent booths and spending time with my second family. Please support me in supporting my parish!
King & Queen Candidates
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The Golden Age Club invites you to
enjoy a Tasty Breakfast!
Saturday September 23, 2017 From 8:00 A M to 10:00 A M
Location: APPLEBEE’S RESTAURANT 12129 Imperial Highway
Norwalk, California Pancakes, Scrambled Eggs, Sausages
Orange Juice and Coffee DONATION: $10.00
See any member of the Golden Age Club for tickets Proceeds will go for GAC Charity Programs
Golden Age Club
RELIGIOUS GOODS GIFT SHOP
50 % off closeout on all wedding gifts
Donations are needed for our Fiesta “Country Store”
Items that will be sold are: Gently used clothing as well as household items.
Please be sure to bag/tape any items/pieces together so they do not get lost. You may bring your donations to the Parish office beginning September 27th.
Ramon Perez– 19 Years old. Attends Long Beach City College. Ramon’s hobbies are listening to music, com-ics, sports, and reading.
Good blessed day to every one! My name is Dannica Mallari. I am 16 years old, cur-rently a Junior attending La Mirada High School. This is my second time running for St. Linus’ Fiesta Queen. In school, I am taking a few AP classes and I am also involved with choir and Track and Field. I started helping at church in the 3rd grade. I started off as an altar server with Sister Jo-seph Ann. I branched out to different activi-ties. For example, the children’s choir with Mr. Salud, lecturing and ushering at the 5:00 pm Sunday mass and also liturgical dancing. Volunteering at St. Linus has in-fluenced me to grow in my faith. The reason why I am running for queen again is because I would like to give back to the church of course, but also so that I can continue volunteering at church any way that I can. Throughout the years that my family has been here, this church has given us so many blessings within our lives, so this is my chance to do anything I can to return what the church has done for us. From my pre-vious experience of running, I was able to get to know a few people as they walked out the door. Hopefully, I will be able to know everyone better, I do not want to be strangers with any of you. St. Linus is my second home, where I can freely express who I am. Please vote for me, Dannica Mallari as this year’s Fiesta Queen. Thank you very much and have a blessed day!
Hello, my name is Valerie Zavala, I'm currently a AP student athlete at Norwalk High school. I am running for Fiesta Queen of St. Linus 2017 because throughout my religious education I always had a problem with feeling comfortable in a parish until I attended life teen at St. Linus. The program has helped me and so many different ways and to thank them I decided to run for queen so I can represent the character of our parish. My involvement as a mentor for life teen has helped me to meet so many new people and become a more involved member in the church. My goal is to be a helpful and ac-cessible member of St. Linus. I believe this is a good op-portunity to reach out to the new generation to show them how cool and amazing believing in Christ could be. Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity. 1 Timothy 4:12
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Celebrating Our Past ~ Preparing Our Future Celebrating Our Past ~ Preparing Our Future We have now have $948,887.00 in pledges. Pledges continue to arrive daily. Total Gifts received is $ 333,952.47 Thank you again, and God bless, to all who given towards this worthwhile program. Soon, those of you who have yet to respond will be receiving another opportunity to participate. So much more is yet to be done to honor our past genera-tions and prepare us for future generations to come.
Pledge Payment Options: ·Make your checks payable to: St Linus Capital Campaign. ·Go to www.ParishPay.com, choose St. Linus Capital Campaign to make your pledge ·You may bring your cash payment to the Parish Office. ·The Parish Office now takes Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover.
$ 333,952.47 Celebrando Nuestro Pasado ~ Preparando para
Nuestra Campaña Capital esta en un total de $948,887.00 en compromi-sos mientras recibimos nuevas promesas todos los días. Hemos recibido un total de $ 333,952.47 en regalos. Muchas gracias y bendiciones a todos que han participado en este programa valioso hacia nuestra comu-nidad parroquial. Para los que no han participado, pronto recibirán otra oportunidad para contribuir.
Todavía hay mucho por hacer para honrar a las generaciones antepasa-das y preparar para nuevas generaciones en el futuro.
Opciones para pagar su compromiso: ·Cheques escritos a St. Linus Church ·Por línea en la pagina de internet www.parishpay.com ·En efectivo en la oficina de la parroquia. ·En persona con tarjeta de crédito (Visa, MasterCard, American Ex-
press, and Discover) en la oficina de la parroquia.
PAY BY CHECK Make your checks payable to: St Linus Capital Campaign You may mail your check to: St. Linus Catholic Church 13915 Shoemaker Avenue Norwalk, CA 90650 or stop by the Parish office to drop off your payment. PAY WITH CASH You may bring your cash payment to the Parish Of-fice. PAY BY CREDIT CARD The Parish Office now takes: Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover.
GIVE ONLINE 1. For online payments visit: www.stlinus-church.org 2. Click GIVE. Follow the link to Parish Pay
3. You may log in if you have previously created an account, or select “START GIVING” to create a new account
6. Select the drop-down menu titled “Capital Campaign” and enter the amount of your Gift.
7. Select from the options: One Time, Weekly, Monthly, or An-nually.
CAPITAL CAMPAIGN PLEDGE ACCOUNTS If you have any questions or concerns about your Capital Campaign account please call either Maureen Linnebur (562)716-0564 or Mary Betancourt (562) 665-4894 for clarifica-tion.
Pledge Payment Options