ST. JOSEPH’S FIRST SUMMER INTERNATIONAL FOOD FAIR WENATCHEE, WA
St. Joseph´s Parrish invites you to its first “Summer International Food Fair”! The plates at St. Joseph’s International Fair will resemble food from several countries. Attendees will not have any trouble finding enough food to eat and especially foods from a country they enjoy as well as games, karaoke and other entertainment!
There will be entertainment, performances of authentic dances representing Mexico, Colombia, El Salvador and Peru, among others. The money raised at that Food Fair will be used to support St. Joseph’s Parish Religious Education programs and Hispanic Evangelization programs.
What:St. Joseph’s Summer International Food Fair
Where:625 Elliot Ave S. Wenatchee, WA 98801
When: Saturday, August 8th
Time: 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Sunday, August 9th
Time: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
For more information please contact Fr. Mauricio Munoz (509) 662-456, María Sosa (509) 433-4263 or Gloria Sosa (509) 663-4479.
Accompanying this article please find informational brochure and a registration form for participating in the Diocese of Yakima Pilgrimage to the next World Youth Day in Krakow, Poland. The official diocesan group has room for at least 23 pilgrims, along with the spiritual director, Fr. Lalo Bárragan of St. Joseph Parish, and the diocesan coordinator, Alex Lasota, of Christ the King Parish in Richland. To learn more about past World Youth Day gatherings, and to preview next year's gathering in Poland, click on the following link: World Youth Day 2016
Ustedes están cordialmente invitados al Congreso Juvenil 2015 que se llevar acabo el sábado 8 de agosto,
En Town Toyota Center ubicada en 1300 Walla Walla Ave,Wenatchee, WA. Con presentaciones de Alma Sánchez, Gerardo Sánchez, Rev. Argemiro Orozco, Rev. Mario Salazar, y Rev. Alvarado Diez. Registraciones comenzaran a las 7:00 a.m. y concluirá con una Santa Misa a las 8:00 p.m. No habrá costo de entrada. Presentaciones de música y alabanzas:
Grupo “Cristo Vive” y Como invitados especiales de: La Sombra de Michoacán y Extraño Musical.
In an Encyclical titled "Laudato, Si," taken from a canticle composed by St. Francis of Assissi, Pope Francis issued an urgent "... appeal, then, for a new dialogue about how we are shaping the future of our planet. We need a conversation which includes everyone, since the environmental challenge we are undergoing, and its human roots, concern and affect us all."
The Pope's writing builds on a long tradition of Catholic Social Teaching to offer spiritual and moral guidance on the dialogue he is calling on people of good will to enter into, so as to help promote the common good. It is that tradition of Catholic Social Teaching that has also helped produce local efforts, such as the Columbia River Pastoral Letter, by the Pacific Northwest Bishops, released in 2001.
Click here to open the Encyclical Laudato Si (English)
Click here to open the Encyclical at the Vatican (Spanish)
Our partners at Catholic Relief Services also have a Web page dedicated to resources on the environment and climate change. Click here to view.
(Photo shows Pope Francis venerating an image of Saint Francis of Assissi embracing a leper. In his Encyclical, the Holy Father particularly notes a concern for the poor in urging a dialogue on the environmental challenges facing the world.)
August 3-5, 2015
Quo Vadis Retreat for High School Aged Men (Camp Koinonia, Cle Elum, WA)
September 22-25, 2015
World Meeting of Families (Philadelphia, PA)
September 22-27, 2015
2015 Apostolic Journey of Pope Francis to the United States of America (Philadelphia, PA)