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Happy 75th St. Francis Catholic Community!
Please join us for Hunter Steakhouse BBQ immediately following our 6:00pm Anniversary Mass with Bishop McElroy on the School Blacktop. The cost is $10 per Adult, $5 per child 18 and under, and free for children under 5 yrs old. The menu will include your choice of Tri-Tip or Chicken Sandwiches with Red Potato Salad, Ranch Beans, a cookie and your choice of Lemonade or Iced Tea. This Facebook page is for informational purposes and responses do not confirm reservation for dinner. Ticket Sales through the Parish Office - COMING SOON (watch for notices) but in the meantime tickets can be purchased through the Parish Website. Go to https://connectnow.parishsoft.com/sandiego/ and open an account if you haven't already. It is fast and easy and a great way to contribute to the Parish online or track contributions.
Once you have created an account click on the 'My Offering' and then 'Online Giving" . Then go to 'Quick Give" and use your account or click "Continue with Quick Give" . Enter the information necessary, type of payment, and the total amount for the tickets. **VERY IMPORTANT** PLEASE INDICATE THE TYPE OF TICKETS YOU NEED IN "NOTES" (example: 2 Adults, 4 children).
The name of today's saint is especially familiar to the Irish and the Englishâand with good reason. The English martyred Oliver Plunkett for defending the faith in his native Ireland during a period of severe persecution.
Born in County Meath in 1629, he studied for the priesthood in Rome and was ...
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