The following comes from an April 9 email from a Bay Area Catholic:
I’m part of a team who is organizing the first ever Bay Area Mass Mob at the Star of the Sea on April 25, 2015 at the 4:30p Vigil to support Father Joseph Illo and Father Patrick Driscoll and their parish.
We’re hoping to mobilize an army of Christians to support Fr. Joseph Illo, Fr. Patrick Driscoll and the Star of the Sea Church in their efforts to renew this parish. As many of you know, many misleading reports have permeated the internet about these faithful, gracious, and compassionate priests who only want to serve God and care for His children. On any given Saturday, this beautiful and very spacious church only gets ~60 parishioners.
Fr. Driscoll once commented that he would love to see 2500 people coming to Mass at this church again, but that it would take a huge miracle. Well…we can do our little part to make this miracle happen by inviting our supportive family and friends to attend the 4:30p Vigil at the Star of the Sea on April 25th! Simply attending this Mass on this day can boost the spirit of the whole parish! Mark your calendars today and share your prayers for the church and the priests at Bay Area Mass Mob.
The following comes from an April 10 email from Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust:
It was good that just today I joined the Campus Outreach Tour at San Diego City College. I got the “we need abortion because of overpopulation” argument more times than any place else that I have recently been with the team! And it made me realize just how important it is that we are at the Earth Fair in San Diego.
If the Earth is in any sense our mother, do we really think she wants us to murder her children, our brothers and sisters? We need to confront the Earth idolatry that, ironically, devalues the Earthlings who it was made for, humanity.
The crowds and crowds of people who come to this event make it even more important that we have enough numbers – this really is a place where every person counts! I can promise you, there won’t be a dull moment!
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