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Tehachapi, CA 93561, on the corner of Mill and E street.
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The Catholic Church has entered a three-year Eucharistic Revival!
Come and discover what that means for you.
As a grassroots initiative in support of the National Eucharistic Revival, Virtual Catholic Conference will be offering a free annual virtual conference to help excite people, build momentum, and promote the National Eucharistic Revival.
Go to the following link to sign up:
Sign up is free live event through this weekend.
The talks and videos are available to watch and listen to for 3 years.
Fertility Care - Creighton Model - Save the Date
In CrMS, fertility is observed as a part of health, not disease. It is a system that is specifically not a natural contraceptive. Rather, it is a true method of family planning … a method that can be used in two ways, to achieve, as well as, avoid pregnancy. These principles make this system distinctly different from contraception, artificial or natural.
If you would like to learn about Creighton Model System and how it may help you, we will have an Introductory Session on Saturday, Sept. 24 at 11:00 am. This session is an hour and a half long. This is just an introduction and it is free to attend. The real instruction is done in one-on-one follow-up sessions with a practitioner. The entire program is eight follow-ups over the course of one year.
If you have any questions you may call or text Marci Chandler FCP at 661-204-5657. You may also reference https://creightonmodel.com or https://fertilitycare.org.
Today we celebrate the Supreme Court of the United States decision to overturn and reverse Roe versus Wade. Since 1973, our constitution is now free from the scourge of abortion. We celebrate and give thanks that our prayers have been answered. We have awaited this for a long time. Yet the struggle to overcome this scourge must not end with today. We must have the courage and persistence to continue to pray and be active in calling for the end to abortion here in California. We must pray for our legislators to understand life begins at conception and must be protected. Let us pray for those who promote and legislate for abortion. May they come to know the sanctity of life and that all life is sacred. May God continue to be with us, to help us, and aid is to be strong with hope in an end to abortion. Attached is a letter by Bishop Joseph Brennan. May Jesus Christ be with you. God Bless, Fr Mark
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Do you know someone who needs an education and/or training to secure a job?
Our St. Vincent De Paul Conference has a fund set aside to provide
financial assistance to individuals struggling with financial constraints that prevent
them from obtaining the training and/or education necessary to become employed.
We can provide assistance for items such as, but not limited to:
tuition, enrollment, books, materials, student fees, transportation, child care, etc.
For more information, please call the office at 661-822-1920 and leave a message indicating your interest in the Systematic Change Program along with your name, phone number, and email. We will get back to you with a simple application form.
Diocese of Fresno
Office of Communications,
In this episode of A Moment with Bishop Brennan, Bishop explains what the California Catholic Conference of Bishops is and asks the faithful to join the battle for life.
During this liturgical season of Easter and Pentecost, our digital Catholic Life magazine is now available on the diocesan website,
Please click on the provided link above in order to view and enjoy the latest edition of Catholic Life.
CONSECRATION PRAYER - RUSSIA & UKRAINE
United with our Holy Father, Pope Francis, along with Bishops, Priests and faithful all
over the world, we lift up this act, this prayer of consecration:
O Blessed Mother, this very day, we deliver and consecrate Russia and Ukraine to your
Immaculate Heart. We pray that you will take the people of these nations under your
maternal protection. May you reign over these nations as their Queen that they may be
transformed from lands of turmoil and conflict into lands of blessing and peace. May
Russia turn away from aggression and threats of violence. May Ukraine turn to you for
comfort and consolation. May both these nations, and we along with them, enter anew
in the unity of the One Sheepfold, guided by the One Shepherd, your Son and our
Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ,
O Queen of Peace, with your Son, the Prince of Peace, bring to the world that peace
which the world cannot give. Most of all, dear Mother, bring peace to Russia and
Ukraine through the reign of your most Immaculate Heart. We make this prayer
through Christ, Our Lord. AMEN
ORACION DE CONSAGRACION DE RUSIA Y UCRANIA
Unidos con nuestro Santo Padre, el Papa Francisco, junto a los Obispos, Sacerdotes y
fieles de todo el mundo, elevamos este acto, esta oración de consagración:
Oh Madre Santísima, el día de hoy; ofrecemos y consagramos, Rusia y Ucrania a tu
Inmaculado Corazón. Oramos para que acojas a los pueblos de estas naciones bajo tu
protección maternal, Que gobiernes sobre estas naciones como su Reina para que
puedan transformase; de tierras de conflicto y confusión a tierras de paz y bendición.
Que Rusia rechace la agresión y las amenazas de violencia. Que Ucrania recurra a ti en
busca de alivio y consuelo. Que nosotros, junto a estas dos naciones, nos unamos al
Único Redil, guiado por el Único Pastor, tu Hijo, nuestro Salvador; Jesucristo, nuestro
Reina de la Paz, junto a tu Hijo; el Príncipe de la Paz, trae al mundo la paz que nosotros
no podemos alcanzar. Por sobre todo Madre querida, trae paz a Rusia y Ucrania a
través del reinado de tu Inmaculado Corazón. Todo esto te lo pedimos por Cristo,
Nuestro Señor. AMÉN
Hello Everyone, here is Pope Francis’ prayer for the Consecration of Russia to be prayed on March 25, 2022, 9:00 am our time.
We have a special invitation for our Parish to be able to support the Norbertine Nun Priory for purchase of their Mountain Priory Cheese. They have successfully sold out of their first batch, with a very small amount of some snack sizes still available for purchase, with wedges. I was able to purchase some and have found it an excellent cheese, very tasty! Their next batch of Mountain Priory Cheese will be available for purchase/pick up after March 25,
in two pound ($40), one pound ($20) and snack sizes (varied).
Please only use the following email to order: firstname.lastname@example.org
God Bless, Fr. Mark
Pope Francis’ message after the Angelus Sunday March 6th: ”Dear brothers and sisters,
Rivers of blood and tears are flowing in Ukraine. It is not merely a military operation, but a war, which sows death, destruction and misery. The number of victims is increasing, as are the people fleeing, especially mothers and children. The need for humanitarian assistance in that troubled country is growing dramatically by the hour.
I make a heartfelt appeal for humanitarian corridors to be genuinely secured, and for aid to be guaranteed and access facilitated to the besieged areas, in order to offer vital relief to our brothers and sisters oppressed by bombs and fear.
I thank all those who are taking in refugees. Above all, I implore that the armed attacks cease and that negotiation - and common sense - prevail. And that international law be respected once again!…
Let us pray together for Ukraine: we have its flags in front of us. Let us pray together, as brothers and sisters, to Our Lady, Queen of Ukraine. Hail Mary...”
Bishop Joseph Brennan is notifying all Parishes of an appeal notice today from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops to take up a second Collection to Aid the Church in Ukraine and the surrounding countries on Ash Wednesday, March 2, 2022. A robust response at this moment will allow the Church in the United States to continue to be a strong partner in the rebuilding and restoring of the Church in Central and Eastern Europe, and to give critical and timely humanitarian aid now for Ukraine. The Diocese of Fresno has set up a special fund.
Please write on the memo of your check: UKRAINE SPECIAL COLLECTION.
I thank you in advance for the short notice and your generosity.
“Please pray for the end of the Russian-Ukrainian war. Pope Francis has asked us for prayer and fasting especially on Ash Wednesday.“ ‘And now, I would like to appeal to everyone, believers and non-believers alike. Jesus taught us that the diabolical evil of violence is answered with the weapons of God, with prayer and fasting,’ Pope Francis said. ‘I invite everyone to make next March 2, Ash Wednesday, a day of fasting for peace. I encourage believers in a special way to devote themselves intensely to prayer and fasting on that day. May the Queen of Peace preserve the world from the madness of war.’”
Know, dear brothers and sisters,
that, as we have rejoiced at the Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ,
so by leave of God's mercy
we announce to you also the joy of his Resurrection,
who is our Savior.
On the second day of March will fall Ash Wednesday,
and the beginning of the fast of the most sacred Lenten season.
On the seventeenth day of April you will celebrate with joy Easter Day,
the Paschal feast of our Lord Jesus Christ.
[In those places where the Ascension is observed on Thursday:
On the twenty-sixth day of May will be the Ascension of our Lord Jesus Christ.]
[In those places where the Ascension is transferred to the Seventh Sunday of Easter:
On the twenty-ninth day of May will be the Ascension of our Lord Jesus Christ.]
On the fifth day of June, the feast of Pentecost.
On the nineteenth day of June, the feast of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ.
On the twenty-seventh day of November,
the First Sunday of the Advent of our Lord Jesus Christ,
to whom is honor and glory for ever and ever.
Fr. Mark is not requesting iTunes gift cards or any other kind of gift cards!
Please disregard these types of messages & do not send them anything.
These messages are scams, Please do not fall for them. Thank you.
Lindsey Carlson our Legislative Coordinator works very hard every month to 'synthesize' the most urgent issues to bring before the parish. You can't believe how many attacks on Life we are facing from all corners, State and Federal.
We plan on doing this the first Sunday of the month when issues are warranted.
This month it is important to contact our Governor as he has a bill on his desk related to assisted suicide. This bill removes the 'safeguards' of the previous assisted suicide law.
Thank you as always for your support to our ministry. As we draw closer to the Supreme Court hearings on December 1st on the upcoming Mississippi case....a case that many believe could reverse Roe v. Wade this issue will ever be in the media. It is important that we prayerfully educate and prepare Christians to be able to articulately defend Life.
Litany of Reparation In Honor of the Blessed Sacrament:
Lord, have mercy on us; Lord, have mercy on us
Christ, have mercy on us; Christ, have mercy on us
Lord, have mercy on us; Lord, have mercy on us
God the Father of Mercy, Have mercy on us.
God the Son, Mediator between God and man, Have mercy on us.
God the Holy Spirit, the Enlightener of hearts, Have mercy on us.
Holy and undivided Trinity, Have mercy on us.
O Sacred Host! Victim of reparation for the sins of the world, Have mercy on us.
O Sacred Host! Annihilated on the altar for us and by us, Have mercy on us.
O Sacred Host! Despised and neglected, Have mercy on us.
O Sacred Host! Neglected and abandoned in Your temples, Have mercy on us.
Be merciful unto us: Spare us, O Lord.
Be merciful unto us: Hear us, O Lord.
For so many unworthy Communions, We offer You our reparations, O Lord.
For the irreverence of Christians, We offer You our reparations, O Lord.
For the continual blasphemies of the impious, We offer You our reparations, O Lord.
For the infamous discourses made in Your Holy Temples, We offer You our reparations, O Lord.
For the crimes of sinners, We offer You our reparations, O Lord.
For the sacrileges which profane Your sacrament of love, We offer You our reparations, O Lord.
For the coldness of the greater part of Your children, We offer You our reparations, O Lord.
For their contempt of Your loving invitations, We offer You our reparations, O Lord.
For the infidelity of those who call themselves Your friends, We offer You our reparations, O Lord.
For the abuse of Your grace, We offer You our reparations, O Lord.
For our unfaithfulness, We offer You our reparations, O Lord.
For our delay in loving You, We offer You our reparations, O Lord.
For our tepidity in Your Holy Service, We offer You our reparations, O Lord.
For Your bitter sadness at the loss of souls, We offer You our reparations, O Lord.
For Your long waiting at the door of our hearts, We offer You our reparations, O Lord.
For Your loving sighs, We offer You our reparations, O Lord.
For Your loving tears, We offer You our reparations, O Lord.
For Your loving imprisonment, We offer You our reparations, O Lord.
For Your loving death, We offer You our reparations, O Lord.
That You spare us, that You hear us, We sinners beseech You, hear us.
That You will make known Your love for us in this most Holy Sacrament, We sinners beseech You, hear us.
That You will vouchsafe to accept our reparation, made in the spirit of humility, We sinners beseech You, hear us.
Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world: Spare us, O Lord.
Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world: Hear us, O Lord.
Lamb of God, who takes away the sins of the world: Have mercy on us, O Lord.
Let us pray:
Lord Jesus, Who has chosen to expose Yourself to all the outrages of the impious, rather than withdraw Your Sacred Body from our Churches, grant us the grace to bewail, with true bitterness of heart, the injuries and sacrileges committed against you, and to repair as far as lies in our power, and with sincere love, the many ignominies and contempts You have received, and still continue to receive, in this ineffable mystery, Who lives and reigns with God, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, for ever and ever. Amen.
Please consider signing and sending this petition to our Elected Officials in protection of the unborn and Hyde Amendment. Thank you and God Bless, Fr. Mark
Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful.
And kindle in them the fire of your love.
Send forth your Spirit and they shall be created.
And you will renew the face of the earth.
by the light of the Holy Spirit
you have taught the hearts of your faithful.
In the same Spirit
help us to relish what is right
and always rejoice in your consolation.
We ask this through Christ our Lord.
Magnificat, Pray with Magnificat during this challenging time.
St. Malachy Church has a Faith Community Nurse Ministry. Nurses are available to talk with parishioners regarding health concerns. To speak with a nurse, leave your Name & Phone Number at the church office. Thank you.