St Mary’s Cathedral Knights of Columbus Council 15883

St Mary’s Cathedral Knights of Columbus Council 15883

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NOVENA FOR THE DEFEAT OF SATAN AND THE POWERS OF DARKNESS FOR ALL AMERICANS, ALLIES AND AFGHAN CITIZENS IN HARM'S WAY IN AFGHANISTAN

Repeat the following Novena prayers every day for 9 consecutive days.

Prayer to Our Lady, Queen of Angels

August Queen of Heaven,
Sovereign Mistress of the Angels,
Thou Who from the beginning has received from God
the power and mission to crush the head of satan,
we humbly beseech Thee to send Thy Holy Legions that,
under Thy command and by Thy power,
they may pursue the evil spirits,
encounter them on every side,
resist their bold attacks
and drive them hence into the abyss of eternal woe.

Amen.
THE METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL OF SAINT MARY OF THE ASSUMPTION GOLDEN JUBILEE

“50 YEARS OF FAITH AND GRATITUDE” LECTURE SERIES

BOOK MARK CATHOLIC WEBSITES FOR ENHANCING DIRECT COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.

The Holy See---the Vatican---Pope Francis
http://www.vatican.va/content/vatican/en.html

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB)
https://www.usccb.org

The California Catholic Conference (CCC)
https://www.cacatholic.org

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of San Francisco
https://www.sfarchdiocese.org

Department of Communications and Social Media
https://sfarchdiocese.org/communication

The Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption
http://smcsf.org

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STATEMENT BY ARCHBISHOP SALVATORE J. CORDILEONE CALLS FOR ENDING VIOLENCE AGAINST ASIAN-AMERICANS, ANNOUNCES APRIL 10 EASTER PRAYER SERVICE FOR PEACE
March 30, 2021

“The rise in violence against Asian people across the country is alarming and horrific to all people of right reason. Even their elders, among the most respected individuals in Asian society, have been targeted and attacked. All the more disturbing are the brutal assaults that have been perpetrated against Asian-Americans here in San Francisco in recent days. This is not San Francisco! On the contrary, our city has always been an epicenter of Asian-American culture, with recurring waves of Chinese, Filipino, Korean, Vietnamese, Japanese, South Asian, and other immigrants overcoming discrimination and hardship to contribute to the rich tapestry of this city’s life.

“In our own Catholic community we are blessed to be enriched by many vibrant Asian communities, which bring much vitality to our people’s faith lives. As Catholics, we also belong to a global faith community that is the most diverse and multicultural institution in the world; and as Americans, we have a responsibility on the global stage to show respect for all people, affirming their human dignity. We must, then, lead by example in working toward the much spoken-of but ever elusive unity that is so needed and desired in our society right now.

“Therefore, this coming April 10, the Saturday after Easter, the Archdiocese will hold an Easter Peace Prayer Service at St. Mary’s Cathedral at 3:00 pm, where we will pray for an end to violence and racism particularly against Asians, for healing for our nation, and for the flourishing of peace and justice in our land. The necessary COVID safety protocols will be strictly observed.

“We invite people of all faiths (and none) to join us. For those interested, the rosary will be prayed on the Cathedral plaza beforehand, beginning at 2:30 pm.

“Let us show our care for one another, and for this city we all love.”

Fr. Peter Zhai, Director of Chinese Ministry, who is organizing the April 10 prayer service, adds:
"Speaking as the director for San Francisco's Chinese Catholic community, we welcome this call to pray together for unity and peace and end to violence and racism. Our faith is strong and gives us hope we can stand together with all San Franciscans of good will for a better future."

"Filipinos have been very concerned about the rising violence in the city and the attack on Asian elders in particular. We applaud Archbishop Cordileone's call for a prayer service where the diverse Catholic community can come together to pray for healing for all San Francisco,” said Edgar Estonina, President of the Filipino Ministry Consultative Board.

“A rising tide of hatred must be met with a stronger swelling of love and prayer. The Latinos of the community of the Archdiocese of San Francisco look forward to joining with San Francisco Catholics to support our Archbishop in prayer for peace and unity in this city that we love.” Father Moisés Agudo, Vicar for Hispanics.

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PATRONAGE OF SAINT JOSEPH
Holy Year of Saint Joseph
December 8, 2020 to December 8, 2021

+ Patron of the Universal Church
+ Patron of Vatican City State
+ Chaste Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary
+ Patron of for the Suffering and Dying
+ Patron and Protector of a Happy Death
+ Intercessor for those who have died and are in purgatory
+ Guardian of Jesus and the Holy Family
+ Guardian of Souls
+ Patron of Human Work
+ Terror of Demons
+ Patron of the Interior Life
+ Patron of Lost Causes
+ Patron and Model of our life of Eucharistic Adoration
+ Legal Father of Our Lord
+ Foster Father of Our Lord
+ Virgin Father of Jesus
+ Patron of Fatherhood
+ Patron of the New Evangelization
+ Patron Against Doubt And Hesitation

+ Patron Saint for

• Unborn Children,
• Fathers,
• Immigrants,
• Workers,
• Employment,
• Explorers,
• Pilgrims,
• Travelers,
• Carpenters,
• Engineers,
• Realtors,

PATRON SAINT FOR RELIGIOUS ORDERS TO NAME A FEW

• Josephites, the Society of St. Joseph of the Sacred Heart
• Congregation of Saint Joseph
• Oblates of Saint Joseph
• Daughters of Mary
• Helpers of the Souls in Purgatory
• Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception
• Order of Carmelites
• Servants of Charity
• Contemplatives of Saint Joseph (COSJ)

PATRON SAINT FOR CITIES AND NATIONS TO NAME A FEW

• Patron Saint of the New World
• Belgium,
• State Of Ceará City Of Macapá In Brazil,
• Canada,
• Croatia,
• Korea,
• Indonesia,
• Zapotlan In Mexico,
• Vietnam,
• Tagbilaran City, Bohol,
• Mandaue City, Bailen, Cavite, Cebu, Philippine
ARCHBISHOP'S RESPONSE TO RIOTS AT THE U.S. CAPITOL
Most Rev. Salvatore J. Cordileone's Statement in Response to Riots at the U.S. Capitol

January 6, 2021---Archdiocese of San Francisco

To attack the U.S. Capitol to express your fear that democracy has been denied is wrong, and also counterproductive. Doubts about free and fair elections cannot be redressed by violence against democratic institutions.

To the deaths from a pandemic, and destruction wreaked on people's livelihoods, we do not need to add an attempted civil war. I called for an end to violence in the streets when it happened this summer. I call on every American of good will to denounce this violence against our nation's Capitol now.
May the Prince of Peace put an end to this strife, and bring healing and constructive criticism in the place of mob rule. And may God bless America.
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"OPEN WIDE OUR HEARTS: THE ENDURING CALL TO LOVE” : A PASTORAL LETTER AGAINST RACISM.

The United States Catholic Conference of Catholic Bishops invite Americans to open wide their hearts in order to end racism and heal its effects.

By Sr Bernadette Mary Reis, fsp

“Open Wide Our Hearts: The Enduring Call to Love” is the title of the Pastoral Letter released by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). It received almost unanimous approval by the Bishops gathered in the Fall General Assembly.

Defining racism

Racism consists in judging other persons to be inferior due to race or ethnicity. Racist actions arising from such feelings of superiority “violate justice”, the Bishops state in the beginning of the Pastoral Letter. In Christian terms, it is a failure to love our neighbor. It is also a denial of the fundamental truth that all persons are “all equally made in the image of God”. The Bishops draw attention to forms of racism that still plague society in the US, racism directed primarily at Native Americans, African Americans, and Hispanics/Latinos.

“Racism still profoundly affects our culture, and it has no place in the Christian heart…. What is needed…is a genuine conversion of heart, a conversion that will compel change…. Moving our nation to a full realization of the promise of liberty equality, and justice for all is even more challenging.

History of racism

The Bishops provide a sketch of the history of racism experienced by all three ethnic groups listed above. They describe how the “lust to dominate” others led to a systematic theft of the land and the forced resettlement of the Native American population. Not only were African peoples brutally enslaved, but they were consistently barred from social advancement through unjust laws, and the label used by many in society, that they were “inferior” and did not fully bear God’s image. Hispanics, or Latinos, have constantly borne the brunt of “discrimination in housing, employment, healthcare, and education”.

Remedying Racism

Doing justice, loving goodness, and walking humbly with God, three actions encouraged in the Biblical book of Micah (6:8), can remedy this history, the Bishops propose. “Justice” requires an honest assessment of the reality and the “restoring of right relationships”. Love for our neighbor is the key to “loving goodness”. It requires that we “make room for others in our hearts” and that we remember that when one member of the Body of Christ suffers, all suffer. Lastly, rebuilding the relationships broken through racism is how we can “walk humbly with God”. Even the Catholic Church must admit its own complicity in “the evil of racism”, in the past and in the present, the Letter says, citing specific cases.

“We can learn from the example of other countries, such as South Africa, Germany, and Rwanda, and from certain institutions that have recognized past wrongs and have come to understand the truth of their history.”

Ecumenical cooperation

The ecumenical spirit adopted by Rev Martin Luther King, Jr. “is integral to the fight today”, the Bishops write, because ending racism requires conversion. In addition, they acknowledge that:

“The injustice and harm racism causes are an attack on human life…. As bishops, we unequivocally state that racism is a life issue.”

Our hope as Christians to one day be united in heaven with people from “every nation, race, people, and tongue” is one which the Bishops offer as an inspiration for others to join with them in their commitment to end racism in the United States.

“We pray that the reader will join us in striving for the end of racism in all its forms, that we may walk together humbly with God and with all of our brothers and sisters in a renewed unity.”"

For the full text please see:

https://sfarchdiocese.org/…/20…/6/open-wide-our-hearts-1.pdf

A Catholic Based Fraternal Organization engaged in charity. The order is dedicated to the principles of charity, unity, fraternity, and patriotism.

Operating as usual

Photos from St Mary’s Cathedral Knights of Columbus Council 15883's post 09/12/2021

Knights of Columbus supporting the Dia De Hispanidad Conference at the Cathedral of St Mary of the Assumption. It was a good day to support our programs for our spanish speaking community.

Photos from St Mary’s Cathedral Knights of Columbus Council 15883's post 09/05/2021

Paintings to be displayed at the Cathedral of St Mary of the Assumption for the Vatican Art Exhibition in the first week of October. Paintings my SK Inigo Guzman

08/21/2021

Preparing paintings by SK Inigo Guzmán for the Knights of Columbus sponsored Art Exhibition at the Cathedral of St Mary of the Assumption

Photos from St Mary’s Cathedral Knights of Columbus Council 15883's post 08/15/2021

Just received the State Deputy Award and Top Membership Increase for the State of California during the Chapter Installation Dinner

08/14/2021
Photos from St Mary’s Cathedral Knights of Columbus Council 15883's post 08/14/2021

Highlights of today’s St Joseph Retreat at St Mary’s Cathedral today

08/14/2021
08/14/2021
08/09/2021
08/09/2021
07/30/2021

We did it again this year!! Vivat Jesus!!

We did it again this year!! Vivat Jesus!!

Photos from St Mary’s Cathedral Knights of Columbus Council 15883's post 06/27/2021

Boldest Knight of the Year presented to Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone by the Knights of Columbus California State Council on June 26,2021 at the Cathedral of St Mary of the Assumption

06/27/2021
Photos from St Mary’s Cathedral Knights of Columbus Council 15883's post 06/20/2021

Happy Father’s Day

Photos from St Mary’s Cathedral Knights of Columbus Council 15883's post 05/24/2021

At the California Knights of Columbus State Convention in Visalia

Photos from St Mary’s Cathedral Knights of Columbus Council 15883's post 05/08/2021

Helping out at the ordination of Fr Victor Taglianetti at the Shrine of St Francis of Assisi. Archbishop Cordileone was the celebrant

Photos from St Mary’s Cathedral Knights of Columbus Council 15883's post 05/01/2021

Recruiting during the Lady of Guadalupe Mass at the Cathedral of St Mary of the Assumption

Photos from St Mary’s Cathedral Knights of Columbus Council 15883's post 04/18/2021

Walk with the Troops of Saint George from Santa Clara touring the Cathedral of St Mary of the Assumption, Old St Mary’s Cathedral, Shrine of the St Francis of Assisi, and St Peter and Paul. We had about 20 attendees both fathers and sons

The Knights of Columbus Combined - Charity, Unity and Fraternity Degrees 01/31/2021

The Knights of Columbus Combined - Charity, Unity and Fraternity Degrees

Combined 1-3rd Charity, Unity and Fraternity Ceremony at the Assumption of St Mary’s of the Assumption

https://youtu.be/guKpVqcJQYE

The Knights of Columbus Combined - Charity, Unity and Fraternity Degrees

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Knights of Columbus Council 15883 Feeding Homeless Shelter in San Francisco 12 22 20

Our Foods for Families Program in action together with Catholic Charities. We fed 200 people at the City Homeless Facility then feed an additional 30 homeless in the Streets. We set aside 20 hot meals to bring to the homeless veterans shelter at the Presidio..

We had 8 of our Council members with some family volunteers to help prepare and serve the food

https://youtu.be/L9n9ri5gGmI

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11/09/2020

Coat for Kids today. We invited 100 kids from the Tenderloin. The coats were donated by our sponsors Presidio Builders and ONEC Construction

11/05/2020

Our Coats for Kids event this Sunday at the Cathedral Plaza 2:30pm

10/12/2020

Honoring our first responders during the Blue Mass with the Archbishop of San Francisco at the Cathedral of St Mary of the Assumption

ktvu.com 09/26/2020

Department of Justice to Mayor Breed: Open San Francisco's churches

https://www.ktvu.com/news/department-of-justice-to-mayor-breed-open-san-franciscos-churches

ktvu.com The letter mentions that Breed, as Mayor, has the authority to temporarily restrict gatherings due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

09/21/2020

"Going to the End of the Line for the Glory of God" Homily: Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone 9.20.20

https://youtu.be/UTsf2ykWdFw

Homily on the Plaza of the Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone 25th Sunday of Ordinary Time, September 20, 2020 On the...

09/20/2020

Catholic Mass Protest at St Mary’s Cathedral attended by 1000 people

09/18/2020

We were able to get 500% of our yearly membership goal for 2019-20 and made 6th place for the State of California

08/22/2020

Knights of Columbus Volunteers with the Archbishop at the Cathedral

08/12/2020

We did it!! Star Council this year!!!

08/12/2020

St Mary's Cathedral Press Release Star Council Award Announcement

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Vaticano - 2020-08-02 - Fr. Michael Mcgivney

https://youtu.be/5aph3P9GEbc

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[07/30/20]   Just found out that SK Leandro Castro has AFib and was in the hospital for 4 days. He was just recently discharge but needs our prayers for a full recovery

05/04/2020

Supporting our Archbishop and Archdiocese during the virus lockdown in San Francisco

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Bishop Barron on the Coronavirus, Catastrophe, and Contingency

https://youtu.be/7tM3iDohF5o

youtube.com The coronavirus and other catastrophes are but dramatic examples of a general truth about the nature of things, a truth that we all know in our bones but tha...

03/12/2020

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