- Reminder: Payment for the 75th Jubilee ($28/person) is due by Wednesday, September 14.
- We will have photos albums and memorabilia on display after the 9:00 am masses throughout September and at the 75th Jubilee on Sunday, September 25.
- Please post if anyone needs a ride or is interested in carpooling to the Galileo Club on Sunday, September 25, to please call the parish office (510-525-0876) or email: email@example.com
Did you know that St. Jerome Parish was established in 1941? Monsignor James Rohan was the founding pastor (1941-1973). He succeeded in building a mission-style church. A school and convent were added in 1955.
Be sure to check out the photo album – St. Jerome Church and School Photos from the past: 1970-1990’s – that has been added to St. Jerome’s Facebook page.
Photos can also be found on Facebook.
Photos from St Jerome Confirmation Retreat at Pt. Bonita Mar 12-13. The complete photo album can be found at St Jerome’s Facebook page…..StJeromeCatholicChurch.
Teens gathered yesterday at St Jerome’s Rohan Hall to celebrate Christmas while preparing toiletry bags to give to the teens and young adults at the GRIP Shelter in Richmond. After “bagging” the gifts there was time for some games. Many of the photos are of the smaller groups who had to “sing out” the tune of the song that they drew from Carol’s “hat”.
It 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.
Photos just published for the annual St Jerome’s night at the Oakland A’s game! You can see them here as well as on St Jerome’s Facebook page.
Palm Sunday…Father Fernando’s homily today invites us to take time to join the community of faith at each event this week: Holy Thursday Evening Mass at 7:30 pm; Good Friday Liturgy at Noon or 7:30 pm; Holy Saturday Easter Vigil Mass at 8pm; and Easter Sunday at 7:30, 9 or 11am. The Pascal Triduum celebrates all of the elements of the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus.