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SAFE ENVIRONMENT PROGRAM
At St. Frances Cabrini, we are committed to protecting our children and vulnerable adults. Leaders, staff, and volunteers in our parish receive training on this subject and are expected to conduct their personal and public lives in a manner that is consistent with the highest standards of our faith. St. Frances Cabrini and the Diocese of Tucson will not tolerate sexual misconduct or the failure to respond appropriately and decisively when sexual misconduct is observed, suspected or alleged. Please contact the parish office (520-326-7670) and/or the Compliance Officer (520-325-7109) if you have any questions, comments or concerns on this topic._____________________________________________________________
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Catholic Relief Services
Giving Hope to a World of Need
2013 Annual Catholic Appeal
Year of Faith
The Diocese of Tucson needs gently used vehicles (well-maintained, 60,000 miles or less) for use by priest from developing countries who will be serving in our diocese. Many of these priests will be assigned to rural areas where they can easily drive 15,000-20,000 miles annually. The Diocese will tune up the vehicle, perform minor repairs, and replace tires as needed. If you would like to donate a vehicle, please contact John Shaheen, Property Director for the Diocese, at 838-2570.
2013 ST. JOSEPH SUNDAY MISSALS
St. Joseph Missals are available for purchase for $3.00 in the Parish Office.========================================
Saint Vincent de Paul Society
Look for the blue barrels in the sanctuary and vestibule. God bless you, and thank you!
On the first Sunday of each month, the St. Vincent de Paul Society asks parishioners to donate nonperishable foods (we get perishable foods from the Community Food Bank and from local grocery stores). Some nonperishable foods needed are:
Canned pasta (ravioli, spaghetti and meatballs, etc.)
Jams and jellies
Cold cereals Macaroni and cheese 5.5. oz
Canned fruits dinners
Canned meats (tuna, Rice chicken, beef, Spam, etc.)
Dry pinto beans
Cookies & Snacks
Cans or jars of spaghetti sauce
Dry pastas (spaghetti, macaroni, etc.)
The Society of St Vincent de Paul invites you to join us in service to the poor of this parish. In teams of two, Monday-Friday, our society responds to calls for help. All that is required on your part is to volunteer a half a day a week or a half a day every other week and compassion for Christ’s poor. For further information please call Dan Torrington at 424-0661.
A Call to Serve
On April 23, 1833, a group of six young students in Paris, France met and laid the foundation of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Their purpose was “to insure their faith by works of charity.” Today we continue to pursue the same goal. If you would like to discuss becoming a member of the society of St. Vincent de Paul, please call Dan Torring1ton at 425-0661. Someday, we will be privileged to hear these words from Jesus Himself: “I was hungry and you fed me … homeless and you took me in.”