Planting Day in the Giving Garden
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Planting Day in the Giving Garden

A special thank you to the 12 parishioners that helped weed, plant and water the garden on May 2nd! We will be having our second planting day on Saturday, May 23, 9am-12noon, weather permitting. Everyone is welcome to join us in this important ministry to grow produce in the garden at Corpus Christi. This truly...

Corpus Christi Music Ministers Sing “Shelter Me”
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Corpus Christi Music Ministers Sing “Shelter Me”

In humble gratitude to Fr. Michael Joncas for giving us the gift of this song during this time. COMPOSER’S NOTE These are difficult times for all of us, individually and globally. The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted life as normal and called for acts of corporate and individual heroism in the face of present suffering and...

Catholic Spirit Recognizes Corpus Christi Parishioners for Affordable Housing Efforts
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Catholic Spirit Recognizes Corpus Christi Parishioners for Affordable Housing Efforts

Three longtime Corpus Christi members are featured prominently in the Catholic Spirit’s recent series on the church’s response to homelessness. The weekly archdiocesan newspaper’s Oct. 18 story, Local parishes help provide leadership for affordable housing, describes Craig Klausing’s efforts to launch the Roseville Housing Network to support affordable housing projects in the city and also quotes...

Project Home Family Homeless Shelter
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Project Home Family Homeless Shelter

Continuing a long tradition, 34 Corpus Christi parishioners hosted Project Home family homeless shelter at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church the last week of August. We served seven families with kids ranging in age from 2 to 17. Two of those kids were living with their grandmothers. We served evening snacks and light breakfasts. We played with...

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Corpus Christi Moms In Prayer
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Corpus Christi Moms In Prayer

Our Corpus Christi Moms in Prayer group just celebrated the close of the school year with a delicious potluck dinner and time of thanksgiving and fellowship. Our meals together are always amazing because we have so many different cultures represented, and that means delicious food from many places! The Lord has blessed us this year...

Speaker: The hungry in Roseville are a lot like us
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Speaker: The hungry in Roseville are a lot like us

In the fourth and final Corpus Christi Social Justice Forum of 2018-19 held in March,  Quentin West of Keystone Community Services shattered some myths we might have about people who frequent food shelves. Most, for example, are neither homeless nor habitual users. The average client visits just two or three times to help see them...