Spirituality

Bible Study

“Always be ready to give an explanation to anyone who asks you for a reason for your hope”                                                                                                               1 Peter 3:15
For more information email Carlos at ifourc@hotmail.com.

 

Cursillo

The Cursillo is an encounter with Christ. Correctly practiced and overseen the Cursillo Movement can have very positive results in the spiritual revitalization of the world. The Christ-likeness in a few people is contagious. The transference of Christ's values to others in one's family, school, place of business, etc., is the Christianizing of environments the Cursillo promotes. The goal of the movement is that Christ be the prime influence in society. So it is said the PRIMARY OBJECTIVES of the Cursillo Movement are to develop in adult Christians a consciousness of their ability and mission to become leaders in the work of Christian renewal, and to sustain them as they provide a Christian leaven in civic, social and economic life. This "Christianizing of environments" is what the Cursillo movement is about. For more information contact Monica Small at Cursillo@gscceg.org
 

Divine Mercy Charismatic Group

The Divine Mercy Family Prayer Group - Catholic Christian families dedicated in bringing CHRIST to the families and families to CHRIST. Our goals are to create a loving-family type of environment for men and women (young and old), where everyone is encouraged to grow as a servant of God; to follow JESUS, as model, in living and sharing our gift (talent and time) to our family, church (Good Shepherd), friends and neighbors. 

Divine Mercy ministry meets every second Saturday of the for Prayer Meeting  and Fourth Saturday of the month for Bible Study @2:30-4:00 pm. St John Paul II room next to the parish office.  A Charismatic Prayer Meeting is a gathering of Christians to give praise, thanks, honor, and love to Jesus Christ as our Lord and Saviour. We gather as a community, to praise God on a onetoone basis, as we are inspired by the Holy Spirit.  Bible study helps us to gain a better understanding of who God is and his role in our lives.   Our group is studying the last couple of chapters in Luke.  Deacon Al Llenos is our Bible study instructor/facilitator. 

For more information about the group, please call (916) 203-8765 or email us at DMCG@gscceg.org. or sugonzales@msn.com.  "Welcome one another, then, as Christ welcomed you, for the glory of God." (Romans 15:7)  

 

Holy Spirit Novena Group
Myrna Sison

 

Legion of Mary (currently inactive)
The Legion of Mary is an international evangelical organization dedicated to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Members visit the sick and elderly at home, nursing homes and retirement homes, bring the Eucharist to residents in nursing homes, and participate in the Parish religious education programs. 

 

Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Ninfa Campomanes

 

Santo Nino Prayer Group
Fely Salgado santonino@gscceg.org