Author Archives: St Jerome Catholic Parish

* Photos from Annual Dinner Dance

The sounds of Big BandIt was a fun evening at the Annual Dinner Dance featuring The Don Krieger Big Band. It was a wonderful dinner….salad, roasted pork, mashed potatoes, French-style green beans and dessert of vanilla ice cream and cookies.

Many thanks to the volunteer organizers.

You can see the full photo album at St Jerome Catholic Church FB page…..sorry the album won’t link this morning.


* Urgent Prayer – Christians in Syria Kidnapped on Mar 1, 2015

From EWTN Facebook page re: kidnapping on March 1, 2015.

Urgent prayer request from Sister Monica, Daughter of Charity in Paris: “Members of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul in Syria were kidnapped, along with their wives and children. The children were isolated and put into cages. Adults who do not deny their faith will be decapitated, and their children burned alive in the cages. Let us remain fervently united in prayer, and have as our intention the welfare of all brothers and sisters in our Christian faith who are being held hostage. Mother Mary, please console them, and protect them all from harm! O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee.” EWTN Prayer Warriors, please share this with everyone you know.

* 2015 Capital Campaign

Mark your calendar to attend one of the Capital Campaign Receptions at St Jerome’s Parish.

Weds – Mar 18, 2:00 pm in Rohan Hall
Weds – Mar 18, 7:00 pm in Rohan Hall
Fri – Mar 27, 7:00 pm in Rohan Hall (Bishop Barber will be in attendance.

Join us to learn more about the campaign…please call parish office to confirm attendance …510.525.8276.

This campaign is absolutely vital for the life and growth of our Diocese. One of the most important things you can do during this campaign is to join us at a reception.

* Pennies from Heaven – Lenten Penny Drive

Pennies from Heaven – Family Faith Formation is conducting its yearly Lenten penny drive. We are also asking parishioners to donate spare,old, or broken rosaries (which we will restore) for our First Communion Class. Donations may be left in jar in the vestibule. We thank you in advance for the generosity of your spare copper and dusty beads.