EMAIL ADDRESS FOR CHURCH BULLETIN ARTICLES firstname.lastname@example.org Bulletin Deadline: 10:00am Monday for the following Sunday VOCATION COMMITTEE Mass Intentions We ask each parishioner to pray the following Petition to God: Saturday, October 11th 5:00pm †Jim Benish—Larry & Barbara Stith “That from the many called to holiness in Christ, those chosen to follow Him more closely in the priesthood and consecrated life will respond with humble readiness,” Sunday, October 12th 7:30am †Paul Trask—Sandy Zajdel 9:00am People of St. Cecilia 10:45am †Pat Stedman—Barbara Davies 12:30pm †Guadalupe Munoz—Carolina Munoz 2:30 pm †Helen F. Mode—Allison Finney We pray to the Lord. FR. DANIEL KIRITI FROM KENYA WILL BE CELEBRATING 7:30, 9:00, AND 10:45 AM MASSES ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19TH Meet Fr. Kiriti after Mass at coffee & donuts; African articles will also be available for purchase. If you want to support Fr. Kiriti’s efforts in Kenya, checks payable to St. Cecilia Parish, memo line Fr. Kiriti, can be placed in the collection basket at the main entrance to church. PRIESTHOOD SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26 On October 26th, St. Cecilia Church will celebrate Priesthood Sunday with special prayers for our priests at each Mass. Priesthood Sunday is a celebration and affirmation of the men who commit their lives to the Lord and the Church through the Sacrament of Holy Orders. It is an opportunity for us as Catholic parishioners to thank, affirm and share our love and support for our pastor and parochial vicar, and to rejoice in the Sacrament of Holy Orders. Parishioners are invited to express their support of and appreciation for our pastor and parochial vicar by signing the cards that will be at the church entrance and at the annex on Sunday, October 26. Monday, October 13th 8:00am †Robin Dalebroux—Bill & Joann Tuesday, October 14th 8:00am Int. St. Gerard Guild Wednesday, October 15th 8:00am †Barbara Mae Duschik—Rigert Family Thursday, October 16th 8:00am Int. SVDP Members Friday, October 17th 8:00am †Elsie Hermens—Kathie Dias Saturday, October 18th 8:00am Int. Deacon Tim Furlow—Kathy Taylor Gilbert Barbosa, Kim Lundahl, Tom Meese Monastic Vocations Discernment Retreat Mount Angel Abbey Friday, October 24—Sunday, October 26 Men who are between 18—45 years of age and are discerning a monastic vocation are invited to a three-day discernment retreat experience. Please contact Fr. Odo Recker, OSB at 503-845-3123, email@example.com, or visit www.mountangelabbey.org JESUS I TRUST IN YOU Great News! We now have a pamphlet for our devotion for the sick and dying. All the prayers have been put into one booklet, and the print is larger. We meet every Monday at 7pm in the Adoration Chapel. All are welcome to a Holy Hour to pray for the repose of the souls of the faithful departed who are buried in our Catholic Cemeteries. This one-hour prayer service includes the Holy Rosary, Chaplet of Divine Mercy, and other prayers for the dead. This is a wonderful opportunity to come together as a community to pray for our loved ones in a supportive setting, and is especially healing for those who have lost a loved one very recently. The service will be held in the chapel of Gethsemani Catholic Cemetery on Tuesday, October 21st at 11:00 AM. Gethsemani Catholic Cemetery address is: 11666 SE Stevens Road Happy Valley, OR 97086 St. Cecilia School News Partner with St. Cecilia School to “Make a World of Difference!” Through the ministry of STAR (Student Tuition Assistance Resources), it is our desire to support the spiritual, educational and social needs of qualified parish families who want their children to experience the rich tradition of excellence in education at St. Cecilia School. Tuition assistance gifts will be posted to St. Cecilia School’s STAR and Endowment funds --- meeting the needs of today and endowing for our next 100 years! It’s not too late to support STAR! STAR materials can be picked up in the Parish Office. STAR remittance envelopes with your tax-deductible financial gifts (one-time contributions or monthly pledges) can be placed in the offertory collection basket during Mass. Thank you and God bless you for generously supporting STAR! HOW CAN YOU SUPPORT ST. CECILIA SCHOOL? PURCHASE SCRIP GIFT CARDS Before & After School in the Office Questions? Contact Heather 503-318-4755. REGISTER YOUR FRED MEYER CARD Our Community Partner # 86648. Stock Your Cellars to Support St. Cecilia School Auction NEWS & EVENTS JACKETS, HATS, GLOVES, SCARVES, SOCKS October 4th thru October 12th Please support the annual coat drive for our Parish Partner, Christ the King in Shiprock, New Mexico. Men’s large & extra-large jackets, women’s and children’s jackets, warm hats, gloves, scarves, and socks are needed. Barrels will be at the main entrances to church. Cash donations to Christ the King are also accepted. Thank you for your generosity! Place your food items for St. Vincent de Paul in the barrels at the main entrance to the church and the West annex door: This weeks food items: CANNED SOUP July 2014—June 2015 Offertory Report July—September Actual July -- September Budget Actual to Budget July 2014-June 2015 Annual Budget $263,000 $264,381 99% $1,120,000 ST. CECILIA MEN’S BASKETBALL Ages 18 years & older Sunday nights, 7:30pm, Activity Center October 12, 19, 26 Organizer is Mike Droessler, firstname.lastname@example.org 2015 Magnificat Booklets For those interested in renewing your current subscription or subscribing for the first time— it’s time to subscribe for 2015! The normal subscription price is $44.95/year; St. Cecilia’s discounted price is $29.95/year (a savings of $15). With a selection of 18 different types and Contact Jeannine Hooper at 503-891-0587 no later than October 26, 2014! something to please every palette! “Upcoming” Open Houses for Portland Area Catholic Schools, 1:00-4:00pm, on Sunday’s: styles of wine available, you’re sure to find Orders are due Friday, October 17th! See order form in today’s bulletin or go to www.stceciliaauction.org to place orders! October 12: October 19: October 19: October 26: November 2: Central Catholic High School Valley Catholic High School De La Salle North Catholic St. Mary’s Academy La Salle Catholic College Prep October 12th Homemade Buttermilk Pancakes, Blueberry Pancakes, Chocolate-Chocolate Chip Pancakes - French Toast - Sausage Scrambled Eggs - Coffee- Tea - Juice - Hot Chocolate At the Knights Café, we use the freshest ingredients possible. Our pancakes are from scratch, french toast is made from fresh loaves of french bread, we crack our eggs, and the coffee is served with whole milk or half and half. We also have gluten free pancakes and do not use any products with high fructose corn syrup. All you can eat only $5.00 Serving after the 7:30, 9:00 and 10:45 Masses Other Knights of Columbus Happenings on October 11th & 12th Habitat Parish Build Westside parishes have come together with Habitat to support their newest local build project. In cooperation with the Holy Father’s call to give to our communities, this is your opportunity to see how you can give of time or money. Sunday, October 12th we will have a representative from Habitat set up at the Knights Café Breakfasts. Come see what we are building together. Membership Drive If you’re interested in helping those in need, serving your parish, growing in your faith or having exclusive access to top-rated insurance protection for your family, then the Knights of Columbus is the organization for you. The St. Cecilia Council 6266 will conduct a membership drive after each Mass on October 11-12. Please consider joining us. For more information, visit www.kofc.org or www.kofc6266.org. Nursery & Pre-K on Sunday’s @ 9:00am Kinder “Believers”, Sunday’s 10:15-11:30am Betsy Willing, ext. 163 email@example.com The Nursery will open October 12th during the 9:00am Mass Children’s Liturgy of the Word Children, K-5th grades, are invited to attend during the 9:00 am Sunday Mass. Children process to the Parish Center with adults during the Liturgy of the Word and then return to celebrate the rest of Mass in the Church. Adult/Youth Volunteers are needed. If interested in helping, please call Vicki Giampietro at 503-639-8745. ELEMENTARY FAITH FORMATION Believers grades 1-2 Disciples grades 3-5 Meet Sunday Mornings 10:15-11:30am Amy Maris-Volf, ext. 172 firstname.lastname@example.org ***We meet in the school— enter through the front main doors Upcoming dates: Oct 12 –NO CLASS Oct 19-Regular Session Oct 26- Regular session– Come dressed as a Saint Save the Date! Donna Cori Gibson in Concert Friday, November 7, 6:30PM St. Juan Diego Parish Open Concert for ALL with free-will offering www.donnacorigibson.com Middle & High School Youth Ministry Mary Kiefer, ext. 171 email@example.com ALL Parents of Youth and Other Adults Please complete a YM Volunteer Opportunities Form from the Youth Ministry website page. A Comprehensive Y.M. program needs MANY people to be involved - directly w/ teens and in the background. Prayerfully consider what talent you could share with our young people. NIGHT STRIKE Service date HAS BEEN CHANGED To November 13th. Permission slip on the web or at our gathering. Drivers/Chaperones needed. NEXT PARENT JOIN IN the GATHERING: Sunday, October 26 for World Youth Day. Potluck your favorite breakfast food and join us! Also mark calendar for November 16 “Intergenerational Advent Event” in the Activity Center. Interested in our Spring/Summer offerings? Camp Joshua, Mission Trip, Steubenville Conference, Higher Calling Ropes Camp, Christian Leadership Institute… This is the time to sign up, so fundr aising opportunities can be scheduled if you need to raise money. We offer so many ways to strengthen your walk with Jesus as a young Catholic in today’s world, but you need to show up and get involved. Middle and High School Ministry Gatherings are most Sundays after the 9:00 Mass in the Parish Center. Check the calendar on the website for the dates. Come be a blessing and be blessed! Mark your Calendar—Middle School: October 19—Sunday Morning Gathering October 26—Sunday Morning Gathering November 1 - First Saturday: Called to Holiness at FBYC. December 6 – First Saturday December 13 – Called Rally @ St. Pius X Sign up forms are on the website. Get permission slips and money turned in SOON for November 1 event! Mark you Calendar—High School: October 19 – Sunday Morning Gathering October 26—Sunday Morning Gathering November 1 & 2 – Retreat: This Life –Called to Holiness November 13—Night Strike November 21-23 – Archdiocese Youth Conf. –Seaside Sign up forms are on the website. Get permission slips and money turned in SOON. Casting Call for our Play about St. Cecilia WE NEED SOME GOOD MEN! FOUR TO SPEAK— ONE TO CUT OFF HEADS! DO YOU WANT TO PLAY VALERIAN? You get to marry the beautiful Cecilia and be a rich nobleman!! We need someone aged 20-30. HOW ABOUT TIBURTIUS? He’s Valerian’s brother; aged 20-30. ALMACHIUS? If you can say his name, you’ve got the part! Can be older in age. WHAT ABOUT MAXIMUS? He starts out bad, but ends up converting to Christianity. (You get to arrest everyone). BEWARE— ALL THESE PARTS ARE HAZARDOUS TO YOUR HEALTH— YOU ALL LOSE YOUR HEADS!!!! BUT YOU REAP YOUR ETERNAL REWARD IN HEAVEN. THEN WE HAVE THE MEAN SOLDIER (He doesn’t speak, but does what he is told and beats up everyone). AND OF COURSE, THE EXECUTIONER (You do not have to speak either—just do your dirty deeds)! TO PUT THIS ALL TOGETHER, WE NEED THE BOSS (Stage Manager) AND THE SLAVES (back stage help to pick up the heads, etc.) BUT WAIT —— THERE’S MORE WE NEED PEOPLE TO GET THE EXECUTIONER HIS AXE, THE SOLDIER HIS ROD, AND THE BISHOP HIS BIBLE SCROLL (acquire, make and organize all props) MEN, CAN YOU ACT? THEN GET IN THE ACT AND CALL Sharon Climer 503-515-4650 or Jean Conway 503-646-9669 WOMEN, IF THE MEN FIZZLE OUT, YOU CAN TAKE THE PARTS — JUST LIKE SHAKESPEARE ONLY IN REVERSE! GOT IT? GET IT? LET’S DO IT! First Eucharist Preparation SEEKERS Grades 2-5, English Program Sunday Mornings, 10:15-11:30am Amy Maris-Volf, ext. 172 firstname.lastname@example.org WELCOME!! th This program is for 2nd -5 graders requesting First Eucharist Preparation and who have had previous Religious Education Classes. This is a parent participation program. Parent and child meet together once a month on Sunday mornings from 10:15-11:30am, in addition to their other religious education classes. Please submit a copy of your child’s Baptismal Certificate with the registration form. Upcoming dates: Nov 2 – CHILD and PARENT Session in Parish Center Don’t forget to talk about the Our Father and the Act of Contrition with your child. Confirmation Sacramental Preparation Mary Kiefer, ext. 171 email@example.com Confirmation Sacramental Preparation Registration is closed. Attendance on Sunday morning Youth Ministry Gatherings is expected each week. Minimum expectations are listed on the parish website or available at the parish office. RETREAT “This Life – Called to Holiness” November 1 & 2 ALL Confirmation candidates need to Attend this retreat at Fr. Bernard Youth Center in Mt. Angel. Permission forms are on the website or available at class. Cost is $65. Get $ and registration forms in SOON! Adult Formation: Angela Paz, ext. 174 firstname.lastname@example.org 50th Anniversary of “Sacrosanctum Concilium,” the Vatican Council Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy Saturday, October 25, 2014, 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. St. Pius X Community Center, 1280 NW Saltzman Road, Portland Suggested donation $1 to $10 Join us for RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) Meeting: Sunday, October 12th 10:30am Where: School Library What: Exploring the Catholic Faith Who: Non-Catholics and Catholics How: Contact Angela Paz at email@example.com or 503-644-2619 ext. 174 Sunday, October 12, 2014 Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time 1st Reading:Isaiah 25:6-10 Psalm:Psalm 23:1-6 2nd Reading:Philippians 4:12-14, 19-20 Gospel:Matthew 22:1-14 or Matthew 22:1-10 I shall live in the house of the Lord all the days of my life. Only goodness and kindness follow me all the days of my life; and I shall dwell in the house of the LORD for years to come. -Psalm 23: 6 Catechesis Program New Evangelization Join Fr. Cary and Fr. Mark for Faith Uncorked, where men grow together in faith. Join us Tuesday, October 28th @ 7:00pm in the School Library. If you have questions, please contact Steve Purves, 503-267-5552 or firstname.lastname@example.org Bible Basics Everything you wanted to know from Genesis to Jesus Tues. Oct. 14th 7:00 pm | Fireside Room Continued on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays through May A Women’ s Bible Study with Fr. Mark Bentz All women are invited to attend this free Bible study based on the book Bible Basics for Catholics by Dr. John Bergsma, Biblical scholar and Professor at the Franciscan University of Steubenville. This event is sponsored by the Mom’ s Club. Please contact Angela Paz to register ( 503) 6 44-2619 x 174 or email@example.com Communion Visitors and Welcome Ministry Joye Boone, ext. 170 firstname.lastname@example.org If you have a loved one who is no longer able to come to Mass, has moved to a “care” facility, changed residences or is hospitalized, please notify Joye at the Parish Office. We want to be a friendly voice from St. Cecilia Parish to keep in contact and provide Sacraments. ST. CECILIA WOULD LIKE TO HONOR & PRAY FOR YOU! We will be listing anniversaries monthly in our parish bulletin. But we need your help! Please call or email Joye Boone with your names (John & Mary Smith), anniversary date (January 31) and how many years (12) you’ve been married! HAPPY OCTOBER ANNIVERSARIES! Bruce & Janis Collins, 10/4, 28 years Rey & Letty Soriano, 10/7, 41 years Tom & Eileen Barr, October 12, 29 years Carl & Donna Reding, 10/13, 58 years Frank & Joyce Cerimele, 10/14, 47 years Charles & Sharon Vedder, 10/14, 47 years Larry & GaSandra Carlson, 10/14, 34 years Jason & Melissa Vaillancourt, 10/20, 13 years Andrew & Kristi Weber, October 20, 13 years Bob & Patti Burke, 10/22, 65 years Fred & Rose Stormer, 10/29, 54 years LOOKING FOR SOME FRIENDLY FACES St. Cecilia has a NEW MINISTRY…and we would like YOU to enroll as an “Official Member of the St. Cecilia Hello Squad.” What? A Hello Squad? Yes, the vision is that….EVERY weekend, at EVERY Mass, there will be a smiling face with a warm welcome voice and an extended hand outside the Church doors to greet the congregation as they arrive. Any parishioner of any age is welcome. Families are encouraged to participate. Sign up for as many Sundays or Mass times as you would like. There is room for YOU to be the face of welcome. More information: Joye Boone, parish office 503-644-2619 ext 170 or Prayerfully Consider Men– young, midde and old, YOU ar e needed! Prayerfully consider how you could be involved in mentoring/helping in the Youth Ministry program at our parish. The middle and high school youth need you to show up and take interest in them. Do you Love Jesus and love being Catholic? Then you qualify to help us. We can’t expect our youth to stay connected to their Catholic Faith, if men and women don’t reach out to them. Get involved on the front lines - with the teens, as often as you can, at Sunday gatherings AND/OR as chaperone/ driver for our First Saturday service trips, overnight retreats, conferences, etc… Contact Mary to get involved. If not you? Who? Driver Needed The ongoing Youth Ministr y Fundraiser of bottle and can return needs help getting bags to Bottle Drop locations in the greater Portland Area (there is one in Oregon City and another on 124 th and NE Glisan. If you work in a location near these, contact the Youth Ministry Coordinator, Mary, for details. Marriage & Parenting RETROVAILLE Do you feel alone? Are you frustrated or angry with each other? Do you argue … or have you just stopped talking to each other? Does talking about it only make it worse? This program has helped thousands of couples experiencing marital difficulty at all levels including disillusionment and deep misery. For confidential information about or to register for the program with a weekend on October 17-19, please call 1-503-225-9191 or visit www.helpourmarriage.org PARENTING WITH GRACE Catholic Parenting Group Class on Sunday Mornings in the School, Room 6 10:15 to 11:30am Join other parents to talk about raising your child in the Catholic faith. Please contact Rosemary Kora at 503-649-1225 to sign up or if you have questions. MINISTERIO HISPANO - PARROQUIA SANTA CECILIA, BEAVERTON Coordinador: Diácono Bill Richar dson Sacerdotes: P. Cary Reniva y P. Marcos Bentz Secretaria: Er ika Ascencio Teléfono oficina: 503-644-2619, Ext. 161 o Ext. 176 Horas de oficina en español: de Lunes a J ueves de 2:00 a 5:00 PM DOMINGO 28 DE TIEMPO ORDINARIO 12 DE OCTUBRE, 2014 JESÚS ENCUENTRA OPOSICIÓN El evangelio de hoy continua una serio de encuentros que tiene Jesús con los sacerdotes y ancianos del pueblo de Israel, o sea, los líderes religiosos del pueblo de Dios. Ellos se han opuesto a lo que él viene a enseñar, y en una serie de parábolas, les responde de parte del Padre. Hoy, por ejemplo, a través de la parábola del BANQUETE DE BODAS DEL HIJO DEL REY, Jesús les hace ver claramente que ellos, al oponerse a él, están insultando a Dios Padre y rehusando seguir su dirección. Si no cambian de actitud, se encontrarán excluidos del cielo, igual que los invitados al banquete. Y nosotros, ¿Cómo le estamos respondiendo a Dios en su invitación de seguir a Su Hijo, y dejar a un lado TODO lo que nos pueda separar de él? GRUPO JUVENIL EN SANTA CECILIA JÓVENES: Tenemos un grupo juvenil muy activo en nuestra parroquia que desea invitarles a participar en sus actividades. Si desea participar, venga al grupo el día viernes, o puede hablar con uno de los integrantes para obtener más detalles. LOS ESPERAMOS. EL DIÁCONO ARMANDO HERNANDEZ, MSpS El Diácono Armando, quien se encuentra acompañándonos los fines de semana en Santa Cecilia en diferentes celebraciones de la Eucaristía, viene originalmente de Lerdo, Durango en Mexico. Durante la semana está en el seminario de Monte Angel terminando sus estudios para el sacerdocio. A los 10 años de edad, Armando se trasladó a Mexicali en Baja California, junto con su familia, donde estudió después contabilidad y diseño gráfico. Después de 7 años trabajando en diseño para una empresa de cerámica, experimentó una atracción fuerte a servirle al Señor y a Su Iglesia. Después de un período de formación y servicio en EL SEMBRADOR, con Noel Diaz, decidió consagrar su vida a Dios y entró a la congregación de los MISIONEROS DEL ESPÍRITU SANTO, donde ha sido miembro desde el 2001. Ahora, al concluir este año que le falta de preparación, espera ser ordenado al SACERDOCIO en el 2015. NO OLVIDEMOS de orar por las vocaciones al sacerdocio y la vida religiosa. ARMANDO ROSARIOS … A MANO Hay un grupo de personas en la parroquia que se dedican a armar ROSARIOS a mano para otros que no tienen o conocen lo que es el rosario. Si usted dispone del tiempo y desearía ayudar en esta hermosa labor de fe, llame a la oficina parroquial y hable con Erika. Hay una persona en este momento que tiene el material necesario, así que lo que usted tiene que poner de su parte es el tiempo y el amor. SACRAMENTOS PARA ADULTOS Si usted es mayor de 18 años, y no ha recibido algunos de los primeros sacramentos de la iglesia, tenemos un programa para ayudarle en su preparación. Los días DOMINGO, de 12 a 1:30 PM, tenemos clases para las personas que desean prepararse para recibir los SACRAMENTOS de BAUTISMO, la CONFESIÓN (o Reconciliación), y la PRIMERA COMUNIÓN. Si usted o alguien que usted conoce desean averiguar más sobre el programa o para inscribirse, puede llamar o pasar a la oficina parroquial. TENEMOS UN NUEVO “WEBSITE” Si usted tiene acceso al internet en una computadora, puede obtener información sobre muchos eventos en la parroquia: www.stceciliahurch.org. SABADOS: CONFESIONES EN ESPAÑOL Las confesiones se celebran comúnmente los SABADOS de 8:40 a 10 AM, y de 3:30 a 4:30 PM, en inglés y español. PLÁTICAS PARA BAUTISMO Padres y padrinos: necesitan pasar por la oficina para llenar el formulario necesario (traiga el acta de nacimiento del niño) antes de las pláticas. MENSAJE MARIANO “¡Queridos hijos! Hoy el Señor me ha permitido que les diga nuevamente que viven en un tiempo de gracia. No están conscientes, hijitos, de que Dios les da una gran oportunidad para que se conviertan y vivan en paz y amor. Ustedes están demasiado ciegos y atados a las cosas terrenales, y piensan en la vida terrenal. Dios me ha enviado para que los conduzca hacia la vida eterna. Yo, hijitos, no estoy cansada, aunque veo sus corazones apesadumbrados y cansados para todo lo que es gracia y don. !Gracias por haber respondido a mi llamado!” 25 de octubre, 2006. OFERTORIO Estas cantidades abajo son lo que aportamos en nuestra Misa de español. No se olviden de ofrecer LA PRIMERA HORA de nuestro trabajo de la semana a nuestro Señor. 9/28/14 $1,312 9/21/14 $1,511 9/14/14 $1,561 Gracias por su continua generosidad en el trabajo de Nuestro Señor. Respect Life Happenings Each October is set aside by the bishops of the United States as Respect Life Month, a time to particularly reflect on life issues and to pray for and promote greater respect for all human life. This year’s theme is “Each of us is a masterpiece of God’s creation,” adapted from Pope Francis’ 2013 Day for Life greeting. Respect Life Bottle Drive – Another Fabulous Success! Thank You!!! Our Parish Respect Life Committee thanks you for making the Bottle Drive so successful! Over half of the bottles have been returned with 243 pounds of coins ~ plus bills & checks totaling $6,139.57!!! Proceeds from this drive will benefit two life-saving charities: Madonna’s Center and Project Rachel. The ministries, the babies and most importantly, our Lord, Thank you ~ Thank you ~ Thank you!!!! **If you still have a bottle, please return it to the Parish Office (filled, partially filled or empty) so we can re-use it. Your generosity is greatly appreciated. 40 Days for Life Collaboration Between Portland & Beaverton Campaigns!!! This fall the metro-wide pro-life communities will be focusing our efforts at the MLK Planned Parenthood in Portland (3727 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd). The campaign starts Wed., Sept. 24th thru Nov. 2nd between 7am & 7pm daily. This switch in focus locations will allow us to double our visible man power witness instead of dividing them. Remember, this PP location is one of the largest in the country. At this location, surgical abortions happen every Wednesday and Saturday. RACHEL’S VINEYARD RETREATS FOR HEALING AFTER ABORTION October 31-November2 in Portland. For more information visit www.rachelsvineyard.org or call 800-249-8074. Email ProjectRachel@Catholiccharitiesoregon.org. View a Project Rachel video at www.catholiccharitiesoregon.org.
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