Youth Hunger Forum
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Youth Hunger Forum

On Wednesday, February 24, 57 parishioners and visitors gathered on Zoom for a Youth Hunger Forum, sponsored by the Social Justice Committee of Corpus Christi Church. Our speakers were, in the words of our pastor, Father Michael Goodavish, “very informative, and moved hearts.” The proof of that is that, as of 2 pm on February 25,...

Listening for God Lenten Daily Examen
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Listening for God Lenten Daily Examen

We launched a podcast for the season of Lent. Pray with us five minutes each day. You will be guided through the Daily Examen, prayerfully reviewing the past day to reflect where God was present and to listen to where God’s voice is calling you to act as you look forward. You can find and...

Stations of the Cross
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Stations of the Cross

Deacon Glenn will offer Stations of the Cross in church every Friday at 6pm during Lent. Stations of the Cross will be limited to 20 people. Sign up is required. This year, we will be praying with a new resource: The Way of the Cross: A Prayer for Hope and Healing Amidst a Global Pandemic. Paper copies...

“What’s the best part of the fish fry?”
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“What’s the best part of the fish fry?”

Fr. Paveglio recently attended his first Corpus Christi and Saint Rose community fish fry. He spent part of his time creating this video to capture what people love about our fish fry! He also did dishes! And, clearly, had a lot of fun back in the kitchen. Here is what he had to say about...

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...

Service Saturday: Easter Baskets
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Service Saturday: Easter Baskets

Last Saturday, a multi-generational group of parishioners gathered to assemble Easter Baskets. The baskets will be donated to the Keystone Food Shelf. We were able to fill and donate 190 Easter Baskets! This is always a big undertaking, but it goes very smoothly since we start a year in advance and have many parishioners who...

Lent is Upon Us
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Lent is Upon Us

Lent is off to a good start. The Lenten Liturgy is clearly familiar to us and the first CC/SR Community Fish Fry was well attended.