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placeholder January 7, 2013   •   VOL. 51, NO. 1   •   Oakland, CA
Work project
for Carmelites
Knights of Columbus members and their families from Sts. Perpetua and Margaret Mary parishes completed a work project to install 120 feet of concrete pavers Nov. 24 at the new Carmelite foundation in Canyon. Above, from left: Kyle Smith, Grace Yau, Ambrose Yau, Margaret Yau, Dave Tedesco, Jack King, Chris Smith, John King, Mathew St. Lezin, Kent Meredith; working on the pavers, right, are Grace Yau, Jack King and Ambrose Yau. The group participated in a Latin Mass in the morning and were finished by afternoon. The Carmel can be aided via the St. Monica office: office@stmonicamoraga.com, or 925-376-6900.

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