English Espa├▒ol Mary Immaculate
Catholic Church / Pacoima, CA

News for September

Youth Ministry

Youth Ministry is now enrolling for our Youth Programs of EDGE and LIFETEEN. There is no cost to attend these programs. EDGE is our Middle School Ministry that meets on Tuesdays from 6:30-8:00pm. LIFETEEN is our High School Ministry that meets on certain Fridays from 6:30-8:00pm. Please call the Youth Ministry office for more information (818) 899-0278 Ext 7.

Catechist Needed

Our RCIA program is in need of experienced English Catechists. Those interested must have the following requirements:

  1. Experience as a catechist
  2. Fingerprints and VIRTUS training

Labor Day

Our parish office will be closed on Monday, September 5th, 2022.
Thank you.

Office of Restorative Justice

Deacon Fermin Gomez, representative of this ministry, will be here the weekend of September 24th and 25th, speaking of this ministry which helps the imprisoned in having a new beginning in life.

Catechetical Sunday 2022

Thank you to our catechists for your support, ministry, and service in our parish. May God bless you for your pastoral ministry.

Bulletin Updates

Any ministries wishing to place announcements for Sunday Masses or bulletin, please contact Jesus Jimenez at the parish office:
Monday thru Friday: 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Thank You!

We thank all families who have pledged their support for our Called to Renew campaign. Your support towards the construction of our pastoral center is appreciated. If you would like to make a pledge, please contact Melissa Padilla at the parish office.

Did You Know?

Parents helping parents

Some parents seem to struggle with, or just do not understand the importance of being on time for school or for pick-up at the end of a team practice. Children and other parents notice persistent tardiness and concerns about possible a neglect may arise. In today’s climate, a well-meaning parent who steps in to assist with offers to drop-off or pick-up another child may, even under the best of circumstances, become suspect for showing “too much” interest in a child who is not theirs. It is important to find ways to engage parents on such important responsibilities early on. One way to start the process is by inviting them to come together to talk about issues and to brainstorm policies and solutions. For more information, read the VIRTUS┬« article “Parents who don’t quite ‘get it,” at lacatholics.org/did-you-know/.

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