SUBMIT YOUR FATHER’S DAY VIDEO – ST. LINUS CATHOLIC CHURCH, NORWALK, CA

SUBMIT YOUR FATHER’S DAY VIDEO – ST. LINUS CATHOLIC CHURCH, NORWALK, CA

Want to wish your dad a Happy Father's Day in our Mass & Livestream Mass?

Now is your chance!

Next Steps

How to record and submit your video.

Step 1

Grab your smartphone.

Step 2

Find a relatively quiet location

Step 3

Film a 10 second video on your smartphone.
Make sure it is LANDSCAPE ORIENTATION (horizontal, not vertical). 

Pray

  


Record just like this!

“If you then who are wicked, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your heavenly Father give good things to those who ask him.”

Matthew 7:11

Step 4

Follow this simple script

1) Happy Father’s Day!

2) Thank you for …

3) I love you dad!

Step 5

Fill out the submission form (super simple)

Step 6

Send us your video file on the link provided! (keep them high res, don’t compress or resize). 

Your 10 second video clip will be played at the end of our Father’s Day Livestream Mass on June 21st

Video submission deadline is on June 19th!

Late video submissions cannot be accepted.

INPUT THE INFORMATION FOR YOUR VIDEO HERE

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CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE YOUR DONATION 

and for video upload instructions 

To be re-directed to our secured
donation site.

SUBMIT YOUR MOTHER’S DAY VIDEO – ST. LINUS CATHOLIC CHURCH, NORWALK, CA

SUBMIT YOUR MOTHER’S DAY VIDEO – ST. LINUS CATHOLIC CHURCH, NORWALK, CA

Want to wish your mom a Happy Mother's Day in our livestream?

Now is your chance!

Next Steps

How to record and submit your video.

Step 1

Grab your smartphone.

Step 2

Find a relatively quiet location

Step 3

Film a 10 second video on your smartphone.
Make sure it is LANDSCAPE ORIENTATION (horizontal, not vertical). 

Pray

  


Record just like this!

“As a mother comforts her child, so I will comfort you.”

Isaiah 66:13

Step 4

Follow this simple script

 1) Happy Mother’s Day!

2) Thank you for …

3) I love you mom!

Step 5

Fill out the submission form (super simple)

Step 6

Send us your video file on the link provided! (keep them high res, don’t compress or resize). 

Your 10 second video clip will be played at the end of our Mother’s Day Livestream Mass on May 10th

Video submission deadline is on May 6!

Late video submissions cannot be accepted.

UPLOAD YOUR VIDEO HERE

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CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE YOUR DONATION 

and for video upload instructions 

To be re-directed to our secured
donation site.

FR. ADRIAN’S CORNER, MARCH 8, 2020 – CORONAVIRUS ST. LINUS CATHOLIC CHURCH, NORWALK CA

FR. ADRIAN’S CORNER, MARCH 8, 2020 – CORONAVIRUS ST. LINUS CATHOLIC CHURCH, NORWALK CA

RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE OFFICE OF WORSHIP
ABOUT CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

February 27, 2020

To date it has been decided not to put any restrictions on celebration of the Mass. However, we encourage the exercise of vigilance and discretion at the local level.

Winter Cold and Flu Season. You are reminded to use common sense in your participation at Mass and the reception of Holy Communion during the annual cold and flu season. If you are feeling ill or think you may have been exposed to a virus, you should refrain from offering your hand to others at the sign of peace or during the recitation of the Lord’s prayer. A smile and a heartfelt, “Peace be with you,” should suffice. During the recitation of the Lord’s prayer you are invited to assume the orans position. That is the raising of the hands and eyes toward heaven as a gesture acknowledging our sole reliance on God. Likewise, if you are not comfortable or receiving Holy Communion on the tongue or from the communal chalice for fear of infection, you should feel no pressure to do so. We understand that some will refrain from participation in the liturgy or the sign of peace and the communal chalice out of care for our wellbeing and not out of unkindness or a lack of piety.

What Pastors, Principals, Directors of Religious Education and other Ministries Can Do to Prevent the Spread of the COVID-19 Virus

  1. Staff members, teachers, maintenance staff should stay home when sick and not return until they have received permission from the attending healthcare professional. Inform parents of sick students and/or infected adult staff to expect follow up communication on all absentees to determine nature of illness. Keep an eye out for sick individuals and send them home for further evaluation. If they are infected with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) virus, they should stay home until a healthcare professional recommends they return.
  2. Move individuals who become sick at your site to a separate room until they can be sent home. Limit the number of staff who take care of the sick person and provide a surgical mask for the sick person to wear if they can tolerate it.
  3. Remind staff and students to practice good hand hygiene and provide the time and supplies (easy access to running water and soap or alcohol-based hand cleaners) for them to wash their hands as often as necessary.
  4. Educate and encourage staff and students to cover their mouths and noses with a tissue when they cough or sneeze. Also, provide them with easy access to tissues. Remind them to cover coughs or sneezes using their elbow instead of their hand when a tissue is not available. Be a good role model by practicing good hand hygiene and covering your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing.
  5. Clean surfaces and items that are more likely to have frequent hand contact such as desks, doorknobs, keyboards, or pens, with cleaning agents that are usually used in these areas.
  6. All parishes and other locations should develop a plan to cover key responsibilities in the event multiple staff members are out sick. If staff members have young children, ask them to plan ahead for childcare if a child gets sick or his or her school is dismissed.
  7. Programs involving youth ministry should revise their policies and incentives to avoid unknowingly penalizing students who stay home when they are sick. Arrange for a way for students who stay home to make up program requirements. Maintain good communication with parents at all times.
Announcement from the Office of the Vicar for Clergy

Announcement from the Office of the Vicar for Clergy

Announcement from the Office of the Vicar for Clergy
St. Linus Parish in Norwalk
for weekend of September 28-29, 2019

We wish to give you a report concerning Fr. Primitivo Gonzalez, an extern priest from the Diocese of Apatzingan, Mexico, who served at our parish from February 2005 to June 2005. Fr. Gonzalez was taken out of ministry last month during the investigation of an allegation of sexual misconduct involving an adult woman at St. Rosa of Lima Parish in Maywood. This matter has been reported to the Sheriff’s Department and the Archdiocese. We are not aware of any misconduct while Father served at our parish. If you have any information about this matter, please contact Lieutenant Ricard Ruiz of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department at (887) 710-5273. Dr. Heather Banis in the Archdiocese Victims Assistance Ministry is also available at (213) 637-7650.

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Anuncio de la Oficina del Vicario para el Clero
Parroquia de San Lino en Norwalk
para el fin de semana del 28 al 29 de septiembre 2019

Deseamos comunicarles un informe sobre el Sacerdote Primitivo González, un sacerdote externo de la Diócesis de Apatzingán, México, que sirvió en nuestra parroquia desde febrero 2005 a junio 2005. El padre fue removido del ministerio durante la investigación de una denuncia de conducta sexual inapropiada que involucra a una mujer adulta en la Parroquia Santa Rosa de Lima. Este asunto ha sido reportado a la policía y a la Arquidiócesis. Desconocemos alguna mala conducta mientras el padre sirvió en nuestra parroquia. Si tiene alguna información sobre este asunto, por favor contacte al Teniente Ricard Ruiz del Departamento del Alguacil del Condado de Los Ángeles, al (887) 710-5273. La Coordinadora de la Arquidiócesis del Ministerio de Asistencia a Víctimas, Dra. Heather Banis también está disponible en el (213) 637-7650.

Fr. Adrian’s Corner, St. Linus Catholic Church, Norwalk, CA

Fr. Adrian’s Corner, St. Linus Catholic Church, Norwalk, CA

Dearest St. Linus Parish Family,

Praised be Jesus and Mary!

It’s almost time for
St. Linus Fiesta 2019 and it’s my first!

The FIESTA dates this year are October 11th, 12th and 13th.  Learning from our parish leaders and parishioners, I heard that the fiesta is the best family event of the year: the gathering of both old and new friends, the lively spirit of the weekend, the sense of community, the entertainment, the games, and especially THE FOOD! It is truly a great event for the life of the parish.  Please mark the dates on your calendar now and join us for a wonderful time!

The proceeds from the fiesta will be used to augment our building and savings fund. Maintaining our facilities and addressing emergency repairs are expensive and we need your invaluable help. Enclosed in the envelopes, you will find two books of raffle tickets and our request that you give our parish full support by selling the tickets to relatives, friends, neighbors and co-workers, or, if you prefer, buying them yourselves. Your cooperation in this is critical to the success of the fiesta.  Extra ticket books are always available at the parish office for those who can sell more.

The raffle, as always, will be on Sunday evening and the main prizes this year will be:

1st Prize     $5,000.00

2nd Prize    $1,500.00

3rd Prize     $750.00

So plan to include this weekend of fun in your family schedule for October and join us for

St. Linus Fiesta 2019.  We will work together, hoping in harmony!  REMEMBER: October 11th, 12th and 13th – an exciting weekend for the whole parish family!

Jesus, I trust in You!

Fr. Adrian M. San Juan