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Working Together as a Family in Christ!
Over the next few weeks, you will be hearing about the upcoming Working Together as a Family in Christ at Immaculate Conception Catholic Parish & Guadalupe Mission. This effort is very important as we move forward with the mission and vision of Immaculate Conception Catholic Parish & Guadalupe Mission. We, as a parish family, have changed so many lives in our community! In order to continue our mission and ministries, we encourage all parishioners to spend time in prayer and discussion with your family reflecting on the work we do. This week you will receive a brochure introducing our Working Together as a Family in Christ.
Our community spent the last several months responding to the historical crisis in so many ways. I’m proud to be part of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Parish & Guadalupe Mission community. On Commitment Weekend, November 7th and 8th, I invite everyone to join together and participate in securing our parish’s future. I ask that you please review this brochure and prayerfully consider how you and your family can help Immaculate Conception Catholic Parish & Guadalupe Mission by financially supporting our ministries, furthering our mission, and reinforcing our future. We ask that all faithful parishioners complete a Commitment Card.
A card will be included in the brochure mailing for you to · mail to the church using the pre-addressed envelope included in this mailing.· or bring your card to Mass next Sunday.· or you may visit our parish website at icyuma.com and complete an electronic Commitment Card. The back of the Commitment Card has a place for you to include any prayer intentions you wish to share. We welcome all intentions and they will be prayed over during Prayers of the Faithful at Mass. Our goal is 100% participation! Thank you for your generosity and support of Immaculate Conception Catholic Parish & Guadalupe Mission!
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