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placeholder John XXIII, John
Paul II changed
way church relates
to other faiths

Two popes
and one diocese

Polish community makes preparations
for thanksgiving

10 interesting
popes who have
been declared saints

Beyond doctrine
and politics

Pope John Paul II:
A chronological
record of the life and accomplishments
of Karol Wojtyla

Key events
in the life of Pope

Three friends
develop program
to help youth
consider vocation

Divine Mercy
Sunday: Merciful
love of God behind
the Paschal Mystery

'Peter and the Wolf' makes some
new fans

Dominicans honor
Catholic educators

3 Questions:
Campus outreach
Eunice J. Park

Cinco de Mayo
parade ends
at St. Paul's

Fatima celebrations
at St. James

Rev. Vladimir Kozina

Rev. Pedro Ottonello, OAD

Shelter Shuffle
helps fund FESCO

Achievement scholarship

Vacation Bible
School provides opportunity
to share the faith

VBS redesigned
to meet the needs
of families

Salesian Pride

Program for middle school success
begins at SJND

Trends in sports camps

placeholder April 21, 2014   •   VOL. 52, NO. 8   •   Oakland, CA

The traditional Cinco de Mayo parade will end at St. Paul School, where an afternoon of family-friendly activities awaits.
Courtesy photo

Cinco de Mayo parade ends at St. Paul's

St. Paul Parish is partnering with the city of San Pablo to sponsor one of the largest and most family-friendly Cinco de Mayo events in the Bay Area.

A parade, with elaborate floats, horses, bands, clowns, dancers, community organizations and custom-classic cars, will begin at 10 a.m. May 3 on Barrett Avenue in Richmond. The parade will follow 23rd Street route, turning right onto Church Lane finishing at the St. Paul's schoolyard at 1825 Church Lane in San Pablo.

There, families can enjoy festivities from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Local Latino bands, Mariachis and dancers will perform. A variety of ethnic foods will be available. Children can enjoy playing a variety of interactive games. Artisan, crafts, clothing, jewelry and information booths will be available for browsing.

For additional information, contact St. Paul School at 510-233-3080.

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