The Bishops of California are urging Catholics to oppose SB 360, a California bill that seeks to forced priests to disclose information heard in the sacrament of confession. We know that can never happen. Priests will never disclose what they hear in confession.
We are asking all Catholics to tell your state Assembly member that we oppose the government interfering in our right to practice our faith. You are asked to sign a letter opposing SB 360 unless it is amended.
Sign a letter opposing SB 360: keeptheseal.com
To print and sign these forms, click the links below:
Invite your Family and friends to join us for a meal at “Flame Broiler” at 15510 Rosecrans Ave., La Mirada (Corner of La Mirada Blvd.).
Bring a copy of this flyer with you and 20% of your total bill (less sales tax) will be donated to St. Linus Church. Enjoy a meal as often as you want, during the weekend of June 22nd & 23rd. You will need a copy of the flyer with you each time.
We are truly blessed by the men who have given their lives in service to thousands of families as a priest. As life begins to change in their later years, so too do their needs.
Together we are invited to join and bless those who have blessed us by making a meaningful gift to the Priest Retirement Fund.
Have you ever wondered what happens to our priests after they retire from teaching, preaching, and serving on a regular basis? Where do they go? Who takes care of them? What do they need?
Like us, they desire rest and have needs for care and medical treatment as they grow older. Unlike most of us, though, their modest salaries were never meant to provide for them after many years of service.
Your gift to the Priest Retirement Fund is a meaningful investment and true blessing for the care and comfort of our spiritual fathers as they enter the later chapters in life.
The month of May is the month which the piety of the faithful has especially
dedicated to Our Blessed Lady, and it is the occasion for a moving tribute of faith and love which Catholics in every part of the world pray to the Queen of Heaven.
During this month Christians, both in church and in the privacy of the home, offer up to Mary from their hearts an especially fervent and loving homage of prayer and veneration. In this month, too, the benefits of God’s mercy come down to us from her throne in greater abundance (Paul VI: Encyclical on the Month of May, no. 1). In our observance of the Marian month we encourage you to do some of the following to celebrate the month of May:
Bring fresh flowers to adorn our statue of Mary
Light a candle at Mary’s Altar
Pray a Novena to Our Lady
Look up and learn about a new Marian Devotion
Memorize a Marian Prayer
Pray the Rosary
Get and wear a Miraculous Medal (Our Lady promised St. Catherine of Laboure great graces to those who wear this medal)
Read a book about Mary Pope Paul VI goes on to say that May is an opportune time to let our petitions fly to Our Lady – especially for the needs of the Church and the whole human race – that most urgently require our Blessed Mother’s intercession.
St. Linus would like to honor and remember our Veterans (and those currently serving) at all Sunday Masses on May 26th, with a special blessing from Father. We will celebrate the dedication and bravery of the men and women who are now serving or have served in the armed forces. We will give thanks to God and pray for all those who are still fighting to defend our country’s beliefs in freedom.
If you would like to add a name to our banner of remembrance, please fill out the following form below, on or before May 21st.
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED FOR THE BANNER OF REMEMBRANCE.