Once again St. Julies Community Events will be hosting the World of Nativities Display at the Newbury Park Library. We are looking for volunteers to host as well as Nativities to display with the collection. Please Contact Anna Gaz at email@example.com. or 805-498-3393 or Camille Van Ast, firstname.lastname@example.org
Father Ian Hagan noted on the weekend of October 8-9 that the church will pay $250,000 for a new heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. If that is the price, some ask, why does the Legacy Project cost $3.3 million? The HVAC unit, it turns out, is only one part of a more extensive renovation, which includes the construction of a gathering plaza and play area. The new HVAC unit must be located on the roof, according to city regulations, and the roof must be strengthened to accommodate it. In addition to structural improvements, the HVAC requires installation and new duct work. $250,000 will pay for the unit itself, not for everything that goes with it.
We are happy to announce that the Angel Trees will go up this weekend to help local children in need this Christmas! Each year we brighten the holidays for local families and help bright their children's Christmas! Thank you to all our past supporters, if you have questions contact the parish office.
Phase I of the Legacy Project amazed St. Julie’s parishioners in 2012. Gone were the squared-off entryways, the humming light fixtures, and the cranberry carpet. In their place were arched columns, wrought-iron candelabras, and floor tiles with indigo accents. A formerly utilitarian sanctuary now resembled a California mission. Phase II of the Legacy Project will do for the exterior what Phase I did for the interior. A large outdoor gathering place, an area for children, as well as new paint, new stucco, and a new roof, will announce that St. Julie’s is a spiritual home to Newbury Park Catholics. Beauty makes it easier to pray. Renovating the church’s outside will reflect faith on the inside.
November 9 is the feast of the Dedication of the Lateran Basilica in Rome. What is the significance of this feast? The universal celebration of this feast stresses the unity among Roman Catholics, as they unite themselves with the chair of Peter. read more...
We are moving closer to victory on No on Prop. 1 every day, but there is still much work to be done. Please join us in making phone calls to urge pro-life voters to turn out on Nov. 8th and vote NO on Prop 1. We are in need of 200 volunteers to step up and join the fight for the most vulnerable in our Golden State.
Los Robles Health System is proud to host Crush the Crisis Opioid Take Back Day to align with the DEA's National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Crush the Crisis events aim to educate our communities on the risk of opioid misuse, while partnering with local law enforcement to provide a safe and anonymous way to dispose of medications that may be left over from previous procedures or other medical visits. Opioid misuse is a national crisis and in many cases, opioid overdoses are the result of individuals accessing and misusing unused prescription opioids from the homes of family and friends.
The Food Pantry serves many families and households in the surrounding Newbury Park community and are in most need of the following: cereal, mayonnaise, ketchup, coffee, and Rice A Roni. Thank you! You are helping those in need and making lives better!
All women are invited to Women in Conversation on Monday evening Oct. 24 or Tuesday afternoon Oct. 25. Bring a friend. It is a great place to meet other women. Register here so we can prepare: stljulieschurch.org/wic
Parents and caregivers our last in-person registration will be held following all Masses on September 11, 2022. In addition please note that parent meetings are scheduled and are included in this week's bulletin. For your convenience it is included in this news post.
If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide or experiencing a mental health or substance use crisis, 988 provides 24/7 connection to confidential support. There is Hope. Just call or text 988 or chat 988lifeline.org #988Lifeline
LA Catholics are invited to see up close a relic of St. Bernadette Soubirous, to whom the Virgin Mary appeared in 1858 at Lourdes, France, is touring the United States for the first time, bringing the grace of Lourdes to parishes across the country. The relics will be on display at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels for veneration on Tuesday, August 2, 2022 from 10:00am – 6:00pm.
We are so grateful for pantry donations given weekly by YOU the parishioners and supporters of helping those who are food poor and hungry. Here are the most urgent items needed this month. pancake mix, syrup, oatmeal (flavored packets), jelly, coffee, tea, ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard, diapers (all sizes but mostly 5, 6), and baby wipes
BACKPACKS FOR HOMELESS STUDENTS SAINT JULIE’S IS JOINING Women’s Interfaith Network (WIN) of Conejo Valley to Fill Student Backpacks. Women’s Interfaith Network of Conejo Valley started a wonderful initiative to help over 200 homeless students grade 6-10 get the school supplies they need to start the 2022-23 school year off on a positive note.
Wearing your Saint Julie’s T-shirt will not only be a simple way to support your parish but a reminder that “The Mission Continues” and we are the “Body of Christ”, disciples called to spread the good news. Orders are through Custom Ink.
A Spanish produced documentary film that brings forward the compelling testimony of five men and women with four unique stories of how their lives were transformed by the True Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist: God alive.
Life Centers help women make healthy and informed decisions. Your generous support provides free testing, ultrasounds, counseling, resources, referrals, education and baby supplies for women and men who are facing an unplanned pregnancy. They provide emotional support and practical needs free of charge in a completely confidential setting for those in crisis pregnancies.