A Publication of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Oakland
Catholic Voice Online Edition
Front Page In this Issue Around the Diocese Forum News in Brief Calendar Commentary
   
Mission Statement
Contact Us
advertise
Circulation
Publication Dates
Back Issues


Roman Catholic Diocese of Oakland



Movie Reviews

Mass Times



Web
Catholic Voice
placeholder
articles list
placeholder Saint or not?
News of Serra's
canonization draws
mixed reaction

In the footsteps of
a soon-to-be saint: Pilgrimage to
El Salvador

A pilgrimage to
Philadelphia in some Catholics' plans

Mary: A beautiful mystery to be contemplated and lived

Retreats rooted in
the concept of finding
God in all things

St. Clare's offers solitude, serenity to
be 'alone with God'

Upcoming Retreats

Carmelite professor picked to lead
Lenten retreat

Bavarian cardinal
visits expatriate
Dominican Sisters

African American History Month at
St. Patrick Church

placeholder
placeholder February 9, 2015   •   VOL. 53, NO. 3   •   Oakland, CA
African American History Month
at St. Patrick Church in Oakland

Voices from the Community is the theme of the African American History Month celebrations at Oakland's St. Patrick Parish.

Guest speakers will offer reflections on the celebration of Black History Month at Sunday masses, and Rev. George Quickley, St. Patrick's pastor, will be the celebrant and homilist.

All of the guest speakers are community activists, who will give their perspective on various issues in our African American community: youth violence, economic disparities, education and race, Father Quickley said.

The guest speaker for the Feb. 15 Mass is Rev. Gregory Hunter, Olivet Institutional Missionary Baptist Church in Oakland. Music will be provided by the Olivet Institutional Baptist Church Choir.

Rev. Adam DeLeon, SJ, will be the guest speaker at the Feb. 22 Mass. Father DeLeon is from the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley. Oakland's St. Benedict Children's Choir will sing.

Earlier this month, on Feb. 1 Rev. Demorea Evans of Word Assembly Church in Oakland was the guest speaker and the Rev. Damita Davis-Howard of First Mount Sinai Baptist Church in Oakland was the guest speaker at the Feb. 8 Mass.

 
back to topup arrow

home

 
Copyright © 2015 The Catholic Voice, All Rights Reserved. Site design by Sarah Kalmon-Bauer.