Catholic Men's Fellowship
Catholic Men's Fellowship
"Changing Men's Lives"
We meet every Thursday 7:00PM to 9:00PM
Salta Pastoral Center Room 338
For more information contact
Rick Gibbs 760-219-5827
"Our purpose is to encourage men to become daily followers of Christ"
"If anyone wishes to come after me, he must deny himself, and take up his cross daily and follow me" Luke 9:23
"Our mission is to help men renew their minds and transform their hearts and lives for Christ"
"Do not conform yourself to this age but be transformed by the renewal of your mind" Romans 12:2
OUR SEVEN PRINCIPLES
1. Be a Man for Jesus
We surrender ourselves to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. We honor Him through the rich sacramental life of the Church and obedience to God's Word as revealed in Sacred Scripture and articulated by the living Tradition of the Church.
2. Be a Man for Others
We reach out, crating vital relationships with other men, recognizing the need for support and accountability in keeping our commitment to Christ and the Church.
3. Be a Man Of Integrity
We Strive daily to live out the moral demands of our Christian faith and the call to be men of integrity.
4. Be a Man of Forgiveness and Discipline
We strengthen our families and relationships through forgiveness and love as called for by the Scriptures.
5. Be a Man of Prayer and Responsibility
We encourage one another to be men of prayer. We pray daily for others. We give God praise and thanksgiving as we prayerfully seek to discern God's will for our lives.
6. Be a Man of Humility and Love
We reach out beyond all racial, cultural, or denominational barriers to men and women of all ages and walks of life, demonstrating the power of unity in Christ and the Church.
7. Be a Man on a Mission
We commit ourselves to changing the world by proclaiming the Gospel through a lifestyle and public witness that embodies Jesus; we build up the "Body of Christ."
For those who have lost a loved one due to death, and are seeking support, fellowship and education about the grieving process. Contact Ronda Reil at 220-8307
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Monthly meeting follows the teachings of St. Teresa of Avila and St. John of the Cross in prayer and contemplation.
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Cenacle of the Marian Movement of Priests Meets weekly, year-round on Mondays in the St. Theresa’s Room 8:30am-10:00am. All are welcome!
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We challenge men to be Christ-like around the people and circumstances of their working environment by bringing His truth, love, healing, justice and excellence to the marketplace.
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It is our mission to give every senior citizen in our area the chance to have their own special friend. This is an ecumenical ministry designed to match the senior with a friend with similar interests. We strive to make the “match” a match for a long time to come.
For those who are divorced, separated or considering divorce and are seeking support and information.
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The East Valley Outreach Program works to distribute food to Coachella Valley families in need by connecting volunteers and parishioners with its four subsidiary programs: the Galilee Center, Catholic Charities, Martha's Village and Kitchen, and Oasis Elementary School.
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The Padre Pio Adoration Chapel is open to all who seek a greater sense of intimacy with Jesus. Through our Ministry we hope to mobilize the maximum number of individuals to spend one hour, each week in adoration.
Sacred Heart parish has a well defined Eucharistic Ministry Program. Eucharistic Ministers of Holy Communion assist the priest at the celebration of the Eucharist (Mass) to distribute the Body and the Blood of Christ to the faithful.
Women of all ages and experiences are welcome to join us as we grow in our faith and personal relationship with God through book studies, small group discussions, prayer and fellowship. Tuesday mornings 10:00AM - 12:00 noon -- October through May.
Are you warm, friendly, outgoing, enthusiastic? We invite you to join us and donate a little bit of your time before Mass as a Sacred Heart Church Greeter.
Faith Representatives: This Ministry is to serve Holy Communion to patients at Eisenhower Medical Center.
Meet fellow parishioners for a cup of coffee and a doughnut following our 6:45am and 8am Sunday morning Masses, October through mid-May.
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Kairos Prison Ministry,an Inter-National Christian organization, active in over 200 State and Federal prisons.
Small groups meet for in depth study and discussion of a Scripture. Contact Hal Rove at 760-346-1967 for more information.
Promote Christian and spiritual fellowship of members, serve the Parish and further enhance the charity needs of the Community. Activities include: Monthly Dinners, Golf Tournaments, Weekend Retreats, Friday Fish Fries during Lent, and more. For information contact Tom McKeown at 760-773-4801 or Frank Radbourne at 760-346-0501.
Extraordinary Ministers of the Holy Communion are called in a special way to minister to those of our parish community due to illness or are home-bound.
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If you are interested in becoming a cantor or participating in one of Sacred Heart's many choirs, please contact Javier Triviso at email@example.com or leave a message in the church office, 760-346-6502.
Our Prayer chain is back with a new director! To join the chain email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Roseanna Radoff at 880-3987. You Can also make a prayer request by calling or sending your petition via email. Your request will be anonymous, unless otherwise stated.
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Dedicated to promoting the Culture of Life through regular prayer, volunteer and fund raising support for our local crisis pregnancy centers, donating maternity and baby items to families in need, annual Mother's Day Rose Sale, post abortion healing, legislative action, peaceful prayer outside local abortion clinics and counseling women in crisis pregnancies. Contact Jeanne Jewett 779-8933.
A senior program which sees these golden years as the most satisfying, fulfilling and personally captivating time of life. It helps seniors with retirement issues and leads them on the path to spiritual growth through prayer, presentations on the spiritual life, and discussions so that a wisdom community can be formed and celebrated.
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The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults is a process of faith formation through which interested persons are helped to decide if God is calling them to become members of the Catholic Church. Those adults who wish to be confirmed should also attend.
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A women's service organization formed to serve the needs of the Altar, the needy, the unborn, and those preparing for religious life. The Guild raises funds through food drives, bake sales, boutiques and donations. We invite all women of Sacred Heart to deepen their spiritual life through fellowship and service.
By way of worship, praise, prayer, faith-sharing and Scripture-based teachings, we seek to come to know Jesus' Holy Spirit and to utilize the power He gives to live and spread the Gospel. We meet on Thursday mornings.
The purpose for this Ministry is to build comradery, promote the church community, to have fun in an outdoor environment, and to raise funds to support Sacred Heart Churches' charity out reach programs. Our golf tournament this year will be played on February 1, 2016 (Monday)
The Secular Franciscan Order is open to all practicing Roman Catholics from all walks of life, married or single, including diocesan clergy. Monthly meetings are held to spiritually replenish ourselves.
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We provide volunteers to help the children at Mecca Elementary School learn to read, speak, and truly understand English. Every school day, Monday thru Friday Nov.- April For more information, please contact Roberta Klein at email@example.com
Ushers are the walking concierge of the church. We devote ourselves to assist and inform the visitors and parishioners of this church. If you would like to be a doorkeeper in the House of God please contact Joe Abercrombie (760) 774-9044 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Leading Teens Closer to Christ
- Bereavement Ministry
- Carmelite Seculars
- Catholic Men's Fellowship
- Cenacle of the Marian Movement of Priests
- Christians in Commerce
- Companions Visitation Ministry
- Divorce Recovery Ministry
- East Valley Outreach Program
- Eucharistic Adoration Ministry
- Eucharistic/ Lector Ministers
- Fellowship of Catholic Christian Women
- Greeter Program
- Hospital Ministry
- Kairos Prison Ministry
- Life in the Spirit Ministry
- Little Rock Scripture Study
- Men's Club
- Ministry to the Sick
- Music Ministry
- Prayer Chain
- Programs for Spiritual Development
- Sacred Heart Guild
- Sacred Heart of Joy Prayer Group
- Sacred Heart Sacred Golf Ministry
- Secular Franciscans
- The Sacred Heart Read With Me Ministry Reading Program
- Usher Ministry
- V Encuentro
- Youth Ministry