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Gospel reflection – thursday (13 august) in 19th week of
All CYO operations in the Diocese of Oakland will remain suspended due to the ongoing pandemic and limitations, in accordance with Alameda and Contra Costa County prohibitions on team sports activities. This action is focused on the unknowns surrounding the pandemic, as well as the current challenges of keeping our young people, volunteers, and families healthy when participating in Church-sponsored events, as well as complying with county prohibitions. This decision was made after consulting with the members of the diocese’s CYO leagues.
The suspension includes workouts, games, and events for CYO Boys’ Basketball, CYO Girls’ Basketball (in the eastern half of the diocese), and Girls’ CYO Volleyball. CYO Cross Country had not previously run this fall. At this time, our plan is to restart those sports in the fall of 2021. The league presidents will, however, continue to track the situation and make additional recommendations if circumstances change.
Bishop melisa skelton’s sermon at st. agnes anglican church
Boundaries: west, on a line north from the summit of Mulligan Hill to a point on the Sacramento River just west of the PG&E plant; north from above point on freeway east to Pittsburg city limits; south, Marsh Creek Rd., west to Mulligan Hill; southeast along Pittsburg city limits, then south to Marsh Creek Rd.
Boundaries: north from the intersection of Willow Ave. Extension and Lone Tree Rd. to Oakley-Brentwood Hwy., to Sunset Blvd., to Bixler Rd., south to point of Timber Rd., west to Byron Hwy., west to S. Sellers to March Creek Rd. to Walnut; south on Walnut and Vasco Rd. to county line, west on Diablo Valley Rd. half way to Concord.
Boundaries: west, on a line running north from the summit of Mulligan Hill to a point on the Sacramento River just west of the PG&E plant; north from above point on freeway east to Pittsburg city limits; south, Marsh Creek Rd., west to Mulligan Hill; east, south along Pittsburg city limits, then south to Marsh Creek Rd.
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St. Agnes was the school of choice for all four of my children. They excelled in high school and college as a result of their outstanding academic preparation. We had hoped for a strong moral and spiritual focus, and we got it.” As a former St. Agnes student, I’ve found that teachers prefer “”richer”” (higher-income) students to lower-income students. For example, in eighth grade, my classmates and I were accused of doing something horrible in one of the bathrooms (as you might imagine). When the principal discovered the perpetrator, who turned out to be a higher-income student, no penalty or disciplinary action was taken. This just goes to show how much the school favors students with higher incomes. If I had done this, I would have been suspended, if not expelled, because I come from a middle-class background.”
St. Agnes is not only a fantastic school, but also a close-knit group! Administrators, teachers, parents, and students are all truly pleased to be there, and together they form an incredible support network that allows each child to flourish. One of our main concerns was if the school would be able to offer additional care for our son, who suffers from ADHD. We were delighted to hear that they have a special program for children who need additional assistance, which is run by qualified and licensed professionals with special needs education experience. Our daughter, on the other hand, who was in an advanced program at her previous school, considers the curriculum at St. Agnes to be both challenging and enjoyable. The close family connections that St. Agnes has are perhaps its most impressive feature. We see several generations of families who have attended church, supported school activities, and sent their children to the school. During our first year here, we have already begun to develop strong friendships, and we see St. Agnes being an extension of our family in the years to come.
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This year’s Friends of the Poor® Walk will be held in four separate locations across Contra Costa County to support the vulnerable and those living in poverty who are represented by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SVdP) of Contra Costa County. The walk aims to raise awareness of the county’s poor people and the St. Vincent de Paul of Contra Costa County services that provide assistance to those in need. Over the last five years, the county walk has raised over $13,000 for organizations that offer basic human services to the poor.
According to the United States Census Bureau, 46.5 million Americans (roughly 15% of the population) are poor, the highest number ever reported in our country’s history, with more than 20% of those being teenagers. People in many parts of West, East, and Central Contra Costa County have been hard hit by the economic downturn. All funds raised by the Friends of the Poor Walk stay in Contra Costa County to benefit the poor through SVdP programs such as food pantries, free dining rooms, free medical clinics, free dental clinics, job training programs, and thrift stores for clothes and furniture.