The St. Kevin's 2022 Project

The St. Kevin's 2022 Project

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In loving memory of High Chief, Leulua'iali'i Silivelia Iulio Alkowni. Sunrise 09/09/1949 - Sunset 06/13/2021. Beloved, mother, grandmother, sister, cousin, auntie, godmother, coworker, and friend. Forever in our hearts. Please join us as we remember her life.

Please share this info with all who knew my mom and would like to attend her services. Thanks in advance. 🙏🏽♥️🙏🏽

Visitation
Date: Thursday 07/01/21
Time: 1:30pm - 5pm PST
(Due to covid restrictions Masks are mandatory and space is limited to 100 at a time.) 3 - 5pm Refreshments will be provided.
Location:
Bryan Braker Mortuary
1850 W Texas St, Fairfield, CA 94533

Church Service:
Date: Friday 07/02/2021
Time: 11am -12pm PST
(Due to covid restrictions masks are mandatory)
Location:
Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Church) 2700 Dover Ave, Fairfield, CA 94533

Burial services:
Date: Friday 07/02/2021
Time: 1pm - 2pm PST
(Due covid restrictions, masks are mandatory and space is limited to 50.)
Location:
Rockville Cemetery
4219 Suisun Valley Rd, Fairfield, CA 94534

Reception afterwards.
(Due to covid restrictions masks are mandatory)
Location:
Our Lady of mount Carmel (Hall/Dome)
2700 Dover Ave, Fairfield, CA 94533

Here are our proposed dates for families wishing to bring their si'is
Dates: 06/28-06/30/2021
Location:
1107 Buckthorn Lane, Fairfield, California 94533

For more information please contact Tino by phone 415-724-3804 or by FB messenger.
Merry Christmas to all of you! Even though we don't attend church often, the times we have are the most memorable for my family and I. The images of our family together near the Alter are my most cherished. God Bless Us All!
St Kevin’s SF Summer Youth Program 1989. Video by Karla Ferrufino.

Janet Simons & Suzanne Silver Penny 2006
Just a note to tell the community of the passing of my aunt, Mary Valdez. Mary was a faithful member of this church for decades. She and her late husband, Al, could be found at Bingo Night every week and church every Saturday. She moved to the neighborhood on Nevada Street in 1964. She was so happy to be only a few blocks away from my mom (the late Isabel Romero). She and my uncle lived there with my grandmother and their three children. There have many church dances, crab feeds, baptisms, first communions, confirmations and weddings celebrated for our family at St. Kevin’s sine then. She lived there until this past year when due to her health, she moved to an assisted living facility. Her son Gregory and Ronnie are still parishioners. Her daughter, Terry, also attends mass at St. Kevin’s whenever she is in town. Her grandson, Kevin, serves as an altar boy at 10:00 mass and this made Mary immensely proud. She is also grandmother to Greg Valdez, Jr., Anthony Valdez, John Valdez, Veronica Valdez and Domonique Valdez. Our family lost her on April 12 and the loss of my dear godmother will be felt by many in the community. She was friendly, kind, funny and loving. Her faith was strong and never wavered. Please pray for our family during this time as Mary goes to join all of angels and saints in heaven. We will miss her dearly.
St. Kevin's memories: My parents met at a St. Patrick's Day dance at St. Kevin's during WWII, Fr. Donaghue pastor. They married at the church 3 years later to the day. As their first child, I was named Pat.

The Centennial of St. Kevin Parish is in 2022. Help us prepare for it by sharing your memories and post pics, with dates & people in them on the Timeline.

Founded in 1922, St. Kevin's is the Roman Catholic Parish serving the Bernal Heights community in San Francisco. It will celebrate its Centennial in 2022 so we are collecting memories, photos, video, etc. for the compilation of a book and movie for the occasion. 2022 may seem far away, but it's good to get a head start. Please post what you may have from Baptisms, First Communions, Confirmations,

Operating as usual

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa de la XIII Domingo Ordinario 06/27/2021

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa de la XIII Domingo Ordinario

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa de la XIII Domingo Ordinario

https://youtu.be/LglZFwaikoU

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa de la XIII Domingo Ordinario Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa de la XIII Domingo Ordinario

Archbishop Cordileone Explains the Return to Sunday Mass Obligation 06/27/2021

Archbishop Cordileone Explains the Return to Sunday Mass Obligation

The Archbishop of San Francisco, the Most Rev. Salvatore Cordileone, has restored the obligation for all Catholics in the Archdiocese of San Francisco to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation effective June 24, 2021. This ends the dispensation from the obligation that he authorized during the pandemic.

Fr. Henry Noga, Pastor of St. Kevin Church, wrote to Parishioners of St. Kevin Church explaining the restoration of the obligation to attend Sunday Mass in a letter dated June 16, 2021 and posted in the Sunday Bulletin on June 20, 2021:

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

It is with gratitude to God, and to our Blessed Mother, Mary, Health of the Sick, for her intercessions, that we seem to be turning a corner in this global pandemic. Indeed, the civic authorities in the State of California and here in San Francisco have loosened many restrictions formerly in place that have limited our spiritual life and our social activities. The blue tape on the pews is gone, holy water is back at the entrances of the Church, and the congregation may once again sing during Mass the great expression of rejoicing, “Alleluia!”

Recognizing the diminished threat of the contagion of the Coronavirus here, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone has announced that he will repeal the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass that he put in place last year beginning on June 24, 2021 – the Solemnity of the Nativity of John the Baptist. Put simply, all parishioners must once again attend Sunday Mass.

While it is an obligation for all Catholics to keep holy the Sabbath by attending Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation, the Canon Law of the Church excuses attendance in cases of ill-health. The Archbishop writes:

“anyone who feels sick is dispensed from attending Mass … indeed, they are exercising responsibility toward their fellow parishioners by staying at home, so as not to risk contagion that can cause others to become ill. Likewise, those who fear they may be seriously adversely affected by infection are also dispensed by canon law itself.”

In an over-abundance of caution, the Archbishop recommends the following:

• that congregants continue to sanitize their hands upon entering the Church and especially before receiving Communion;
• that congregants continue to wear their face masks during Mass, as they have been doing – especially those who have not yet been vaccinated – unless they have a physical or personal difficulty doing so;
• that congregants respect the need their neighbors have for social distancing by keeping at least three feet away from those from outside their households wearing masks;
• that congregants continue to share the Sign of Peace by offering a reverential bow to your neighbor; and,
• that congregants continue to observe the current practice of receiving Communion.

We have not yet received approval from the Archbishop to resume hospitality after Mass, to open our Church facilities, nor to use Church halls for meetings or other gatherings. When that time comes, I will be sure to let you know.

I am grateful to God that He has spared the people of this Church from the ravages of the pandemic around us. Through your prayers and your diligence in abiding by the health directives set forth by the civic authorities as interpreted by the Archbishop and implemented at St. Kevin’s, we have ensured that St. Kevin’s has remained a spiritual refuge for prayer and solace over the last year. May we continue our fervent entreaties to God, through the intercession of our Blessed Mother, Mary, Health of the Sick, for an end to the COVID-19 pandemic and maintain our diligence in practicing common sense as we interact with each other.

May the Fount of Life, the unfathomable Divine Mercy, envelop the whole world.

Sincerely yours in Christ,

Rev. Henry Noga, SVD
Pastor, St. Kevin Church

https://youtu.be/gZxnLPpW8JQ

Archbishop Cordileone Explains the Return to Sunday Mass Obligation https://sfarch.org/health-alerts

Photos from The St. Kevin's 2022 Project's post 06/27/2021

Effective July 1, 2021, at the request of the Provincial of the Western Province of the Divine Word Missionaries, the Archbishop of San Francisco has released Fr. Henry Noga, SVD from his office as Pastor of St. Kevin Church. The Bishop of Oakland, upon the recommendation of the Provincial of the Western Province of the Divine Word Missionaries, has appointed Fr. Henry as Pastor of St. Joachim Church in Hayward, California.

We, the parishioners of St. Kevin Church, thank Fr. Henry for his five years of faithful service at our parish. Over these five years, he has returned order and solemnity to our Liturgies, he has put our financial house in order and in good stead to face the future of another 100 years, and with his steady hand on the keel, he navigated the treacherous waters of the pandemic applying common sense as his guide, leading St. Kevin’s free from the threat of contagion of the Coronavirus while helping parishioners remain true to their Catholic faith.

We offer him our prayers and wish him good fortune at his new assignment, St. Joachim Church. We pray that the Spirit of Wisdom may continue to be his companion, and that Our Lady of Czestochowa watch over him and protect him.

Fr. Henry’s last Masses as Pastor of St. Kevin Church will be on Sunday, June 27 at the 8AM and 10AM Masses. We regret that we are unable to hold a farewell reception for him given the current prohibition against the use of Church halls during the pandemic. But please offer your warm wishes to him and the spiritual bouquets of your prayers as he begins this new chapter in his ministry.

Jesus, the Divine Mercy, have mercy on us.
Mary, Our Lady of Czestochowa, pray for us.
St. John Paul II, pray for us.

San Francisco Fire Chief Jeanine Nicholson Honors the Memory of Fire Commission Tony Rodriguez 06/26/2021

San Francisco Fire Chief Jeanine Nicholson Honors the Memory of Fire Commission Tony Rodriguez

San Francisco Fire Chief Jeanine Nicholson attended the funeral of San Francisco Fire Commissioner Tony Rodriguez. She presented Brigidan Bogni-Rodriguez with a Firefighter's Helmet, offered words of condolences, and explained the custom of the "Chaplain's Call" bell-ringing for fallen firefighters.

The Funeral Mass was held at St. Kevin Church in San Francisco on June 25, 2021.

https://youtu.be/1v9NQ1_bnbs

San Francisco Fire Chief Jeanine Nicholson Honors the Memory of Fire Commission Tony Rodriguez San Francisco Fire Chief Jeanine Nicholson attended the funeral of San Francisco Fire Commissioner Tony Rodriguez. She presented Brigidan Bogni-Rodriguez wi...

Photos from The St. Kevin's 2022 Project's post 06/24/2021

It is with great sadness that we share the news of the passing of longtime parishioner Tony Rodriguez.

Tony was a gentle giant in guiding the social justice mission here at St. Kevin’s. As President of the St. Kevin Conference of the St. Vincent de Paul Society, Tony led the efforts to feed the poor of this Parish, to tend to their needs and encourage others to be mindful of their brothers and sisters. He would lead the SVdP team in organizing the holiday baskets to the needy at Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter. Together with other Church volunteers and members of the SVdP Society, they would make thousands of sandwiches each year for the SVdP homeless shelter. He was rich in faith serving as an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion at the 10AM Mass.

They say if you want something done, get a busy man to do it. As the Master said in the Parable of the Talents, “‘You have been faithful over a little; I will set you over much.” We at St. Kevin’s greatly benefited from the many talents Tony, Brigidan and his daughters shared with us at St. Kevin’s. As busy as he was in his professional life as Business Agent of the Sprinkler Fitters and Apprentices Union Local 483, his work with the San Francisco Labor Council, and association with the San Francisco Fire Commission, Tony still found time to help the Parish fundraising efforts during the Crab Feed and the Dinner, Dance & Auction. He was a constant presence at BINGO and also served on the Parish Pastoral Council and the Parish Finance Council.

Many parishioners are touched by the banners adorning the Church bearing the names of the deceased members of our Parish – it was the vocation of Tony and his wife Brigidan over the last two decades to add a new banner each year and to place the banners around the Church every November during the month of All Souls. It will be sad to see Tony’s name among those on the 2021 banner.
We extend our heartfelt condolences to Brigidan, Megan, Jessica, Josette, and Maura. We share in your loss, we thank you for sharing Tony with us. We will always be inspired by the warmth of his personality, his ever-ready smile, and his gentle nature. We will miss him, but we will take solace in the promise of the Resurrection.

Matthew’s Gospel tell us: “Then the king will say to those on his right, ‘Come, you who are blessed by my Father. Inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world. For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, a stranger and you welcomed me, naked and you clothed me, ill and you cared for me, in prison and you visited me.’ Then the righteous will answer him and say, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you drink? When did we see you a stranger and welcome you, or naked and clothe you? When did we see you ill or in prison, and visit you?’ And the king will say to them in reply, ‘Amen, I say to you, whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me.’"

May Tony be with the Lord in paradise.

The Funeral Services for Tony are as follows:

Viewing will be held on Friday, June 25, 2021 at St. Kevin Church beginning at 10AM.

The Funeral Mass will follow Viewing beginning at 12 Noon.

For those unable to attend the services at St. Kevin’s, you are invited to pray for the eternal repose of the soul of Tony and participate in the Funeral Mass via livestream at:

https://youtu.be/IxVvKhd0XE0

Tony’s family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to St. Vincent de Paul Society/St Kevin's Conference, or the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (Pancan.org).

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa de la XII Domingo Ordinario 06/20/2021

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa de la XII Domingo Ordinario

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa de la XII Domingo Ordinario

20 de Junio de 2021, 12:00PM

https://youtu.be/gOkp7EYFIcU

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa de la XII Domingo Ordinario Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa de la XII Domingo Ordinario

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa de la XI Domingo Ordinario 06/13/2021

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa de la XI Domingo Ordinario

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa de la XI Domingo Ordinario

https://youtu.be/Hqank-gINQY

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa de la XI Domingo Ordinario Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa de la XI Domingo Ordinario

06/06/2021

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del Solemnidad del Cuerpo y la Sangre de Cristo

Únase a nosotros en oración por
la siguiente intención hoy:

por el eterno descanso de Pablo Hernandez

y

Mirna Andaluz en su cumpleaños

6 de junio de 2021
12:00PM

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del Solemnidad del Cuerpo y la Sangre de Cristo

Únase a nosotros en oración por
la siguiente intención hoy:

por el eterno descanso de Pablo Hernandez

y

Mirna Andaluz en su cumpleaños

6 de junio de 2021
12:00PM

Photos from The St. Kevin's 2022 Project's post 06/04/2021

The Feast of St. Kevin is traditionally celebrated on June 3rd. It has been our tradition at St. Kevin’s to celebrate our Patronal Feast Day with a potluck celebration and a ceremony recognizing those who have contributed to the life of the parish. Because of the continuing restrictions on activities due to COVID-19, we were unable to hold celebrations last year and this year.

At Mass this past Sunday, in anticipation of the Feast of St. Kevin, our Pastor, Fr. Henry Noga, SVD, expressed his appreciation to all parishioners who stayed true to their faith and supported St. Kevin’s during the pandemic. He especially thanked those who continued their weekly giving by dropping off their envelopes regularly, and those who generously contributed to the Annual Appeal campaign.

While extending his words of appreciation on behalf of the Parish, he presented the two most prestigious awards for dedicated service to St. Kevin’s: The Msgr. James E. O’Malley Award for Meritorious Service; and The Mel & Marie Annuzzi Award for Exemplary Service.

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del Solemnidad de la Santísima Trinidad 05/30/2021

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del Solemnidad de la Santísima Trinidad

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del Solemnidad de la Santísima Trinidad

https://youtu.be/XdNKmWd42ho

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del Solemnidad de la Santísima Trinidad Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del Solemnidad de la Santísima Trinidad

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del Domingo de Pentecostés 05/23/2021

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del Domingo de Pentecostés

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del Domingo de Pentecostés

https://youtu.be/ISZHXuPdO44

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del Domingo de Pentecostés Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del Domingo de Pentecostés

[05/16/21]   Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del Solemnidad de la Ascensión del Señor

Únase a nosotros en oración por
la siguiente intención hoy
por el eterno descanso de:

MERCEDES RODRIGUEZ
&
SABINA RODRIGUEZ RAFAEL

https://youtu.be/MM8jYt37z54

St. Kevin Church Pastor Fr. Henry Noga, SVD Imparts a Special Blessing for Mothers on Mothers' Day 05/09/2021

St. Kevin Church Pastor Fr. Henry Noga, SVD Imparts a Special Blessing for Mothers on Mothers' Day

Happy Mothers' Day! Today we remember all Mothers, living and deceased, who guided us in life, helped form our faith, and provided a living example of the love of God. May God always bless them.

Fr. Henry Noga, SVD imparts a special Mothers' Day Blessing to all Mothers.

https://youtu.be/x6ct-5wL4P8

St. Kevin Church Pastor Fr. Henry Noga, SVD Imparts a Special Blessing for Mothers on Mothers' Day St. Kevin Church Pastor Fr. Henry Noga, SVD Imparts a Special Blessing for Mothers on Mothers' Day

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del VI Domingo de Pascua 05/09/2021

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del VI Domingo de Pascua

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del VI Domingo de Pascua

9 de Mayo 2021, 12:00PM

Únase a nosotros en oración por
la siguiente intención hoy
por el eterno descanso de:

GRACIELA GUEVARA

https://youtu.be/ih3qJ73rcqk

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del VI Domingo de Pascua Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del VI Domingo de PascuaÚnase a nosotros en oración porla siguiente intención hoypor el eterno descanso de:GRA...

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del V Domingo de Pascua 05/02/2021

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del V Domingo de Pascua

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del V Domingo de Pascua, 2 de Mayo, 12:00PM.

Únase a nosotros en oración por
la siguiente intención hoy

MIRNA ANDALUZ en su cumpleaños

https://youtu.be/7aa3-Iwv8U0

Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del V Domingo de Pascua Padre Miguel Ruiz, SVD presidirá la Santa Misa del V Domingo de PascuaÚnase a nosotros en oración porla siguiente intención hoyMIRNA ANDALUZ en su cumpleaños

04/26/2021

Though we were unable to have a grand celebration after Mass, everyone was at least able to get a slice of cake!

Though we were unable to have a grand celebration after Mass, everyone was at least able to get a slice of cake!

Photos from The St. Kevin's 2022 Project's post 04/26/2021

Congratulations to Fr. Henry Noga, SVD who celebrated his Silver Jubilee of Ordination to the Holy Priesthood at St. Kevin Church in San Francisco.

Fr. Henry was originally to have had a reunion with his fellow Divine Word Missionary priests ordained with him in Poland, but COVID-19 interfered with those plans.

He celebrated a heartfelt Mass marking the occasion at St. Kevin's.

Fr. Miguel Ruiz, SVD concelebrated with Fr. Henry. Danny Durant was the Commentator/Reader, Cynthia Durant was the Cantor, Kathleen Echiverri was the Accompanist, Perry & Beth Durant were the photographers.

While we were unable to celebrate Fr. Henry's 25th Anniversary with a big potluck luncheon like we usually do, parishioners did get to take home a slice of cake. Oh well. Perhaps we'll have a double reason to celebrate in August for his birthday if things open up by then.

Cynthia offered words of congratulations and thanks on behalf of parishioners to Fr. Henry. Kathleen read a letter of congratulations from the Superior General of the Society of the Divine Word in Rome, Fr. Paulus Budi Kleden, SVD.

Joshua Arce, the Mayor of San Francisco's Director of Workforce Development, presented Fr. Henry with a Certificate of Honor from Mayor London Breed.

Finally, Fr. Henry received an Apostolic Blessing from the Holy Father, Pope Francis.

Fr. Henry shared his reflections on 25 years in priestly ministry, and imparted the final blessing using the Missionary Cross given to him by Pope St. John Paul II after his ordination.

The Mass ended as Fr. Henry blessed a portrait of St. John Paul II that now hangs permanently on the Western wall of the Church.

Thank you to everyone who worked so hard to make this celebration spiritually enriching for our faith. May God bless Fr. Henry. May he grant him strength and fortitude as he continues to toil in the vineyard of the Lord. May God bless our parishioners and keep us healthy so we may continue to bear witness of his love in our daily lives. And may God bless all missionaries as they proclaim Jesus Christ in foreign lands. May they lift high their Missionary Cross as they proclaim the tender Mercy of God to non-believers.

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Fr Henry Noga, SVD Celebrates the Mass of Wednesday of the Second Week of Advent
Fr. Henry Noga, SVD Celebrates the Mass of the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary at St. ...
Fr. Henry Noga, SVD Celebrates the Mass of the Second Sunday of Advent
Fr. Miguel Ruiz, SVD Presides at the Benediction Concluding Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
The Gospel on the Solemnity of Mary, the Mother of God
Very sad to share the news that one of our Holy Land Pilgrims, Anthony Tannehill, passed away on Friday.  He was a gentl...
Who knows what year this was filmed?  Catechism kids learning the hand motions to the Our Father.  Any ideas?
Audio of Fr. O'Malley Proclaiming the Gospel and Giving the Homily at the wedding of Esther Panis & Jerry Tokars in Janu...
Advice from Bishop Quinn to Future St. Kevin's Parishioners

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