Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
Sep
25
to Mar 31

Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)

If you have relatives or friends who are not Catholic and who may be interested in becoming Catholic, please have them contact Fr. Donie at 310-892- 5800 or at doniekay@aol.com

Our RCIA meetings include those who have not been baptized, as well as those already baptized in other Christian denominations Classes begin in September and continue weekly.

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Distribute Thanksgiving Food at Resurrection Church
Nov
22
10:00 AM10:00

Distribute Thanksgiving Food at Resurrection Church

Join the Committee for the Poor Wednesday , November 22nd at 10am at Resurrection Church 3324 E. Opal Street Los Angeles 90023 to distribute Thanksgiving food items   to families in need.  

We will meet  in the  Resurrection Church   parking lot at 10am and serve for  approximately 2 hours. This is also a   suitable activity for older children. 

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Coat Drive ~ Committee For the Poor
Nov
12
7:30 AM07:30

Coat Drive ~ Committee For the Poor

ONE DAY ONLY - SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12TH In the spirit of St Martin of Tours our Patron Saint whose Memorial we celebrate November 11th and who gave half his cloak to a poor man, the Committee for the Poor will collect new and gently used warm items (coats, blankets ,sleeping bags ,beanies etc.) for St Joseph’s Center Homeless Services. Please drop off your donation items at the Parish Patio on November 12th only. Thank You!!!

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Lantern Walk
Nov
9
5:15 PM17:15

Lantern Walk

Join the Parish and School Communities as we celebrate the feast of St. Martin of Tours with our annual Lantern Walk and Dinner.

Lantern making and activities begin in the Parish Center at 5:15 pm
Play on the steps at dusk with a lantern walk
Dinner to follow in the Parish Center

Please enter using the upper 2 gates and upper parking lot only. The lower gate will be closed for the safety of the children for this event.

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40 Days for Life
Sep
27
to Nov 5

40 Days for Life

You can protect mothers and children by joining this worldwide mobilization!  Through prayer and fasting, peaceful vigils and community outreach, 40 Days for Life has inspired 750,000 volunteers! Praise God for these victories;  proven results from 20 coordinated campaigns:   13,305 babies saved from abortion, 154 abortion workers converted, 89 abortion centers closed.  

Here’s how to take part:
Vigil location: Outside FPA located at 12304 Santa Monica Blvd.  Los Angeles, CA   90025
Vigil hours: 3 p.m. until 7 p.m. Monday thru Friday and Saturdays 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.

Local contact: Joseph Schirripa 310 472 4300 Schirripa@prodigy.net  

40daysforlife.com/Los Angeles

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Virtus Training and Finger Printing
Sep
25
6:30 PM18:30

Virtus Training and Finger Printing

To comply with the Archdiocesan policies, ALL parish volunteers are required to participate in the VIRTUS® Protecting God's Children Adult Awareness Session.    The Archdiocese of Los Angeles mandates ALL staff, whether paid or volunteer, and ALL volunteers who work in any capacity with or around children, the elderly, or people with special needs are required to complete the initial VIRTUS® Protecting God's Children for Adults program.   In keeping with this mandate, we would like to ask ALL parish volunteers to participate in the VIRTUS program. We will be offering VIRTUS® Protecting God's Children for Adults program here at SMT on September 25th at 6:30pm. Training is valid for 4 years. If you are a volunteer for a ministry at SMT, please attend this event.

Copies of Virtus certificates will be kept  in the parish office.  It is our goal to have all volunteers trained and in good standing. If you would like more information on diocesan policies you can visit
http://www.la-archdiocese.org/org/protecting/safeguard/Pages/education.aspx    

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Enrichment Series with Fr. Donie
Sep
18
to Oct 30

Enrichment Series with Fr. Donie

We belong to a church  community of saints and scholars stretching back 2,000 years. That story is told by author Thomas E. Wood in his book “How the Catholic Church Built Western Civilization.” This isa must read for all well informed people proud of, and indebted to their heritage.

This same story is told in the DVD series “Civilization” by Kenneth Clark as he outlines the evolving civilization of the West influenced by the Church and others over the centuries.

For our Enrichment Program, there will be a  weekly DVD presentation of “Civilization” followed by discussion with Fr. Donie.

Mondays at 7:30 PM in Room 1

 

 

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