The following City facilities, parks and amenities are closed until further notice. Trails are currently open. As the situation changes or persons don’t observe the social distancing requirements, more aspects of our parks may close. Please use caution and maintain social distancing of at least six feet. All public counters Basketball courts Community Center Corky… Read more »
I am trying to volunteer at the 40 days for life prayer vigil at Vista Planned Parenthood. It is outside with limited people (1-4) so you can keep distance and be in the fresh air. It looks like there is a lot of openings in the schedule in the next few weeks. I was looking… Read more »
Thank you for all the help with the blood drive last weekend! This is not possible without all the great donors who took the time to do this. We had a really good blood drive with 47 pints collected. This will help 141 people with the blood products they need. Thank you for all your… Read more »
A total of $7,896 was collected for World Mission Sunday. Your generous donations support Missions throughout the world by the Society for the Propagation of the Faith. Thank you!
San Marcos Creek Project Video The 214-acre project area is adjacent to the San Marcos Creek, with these boundaries: West San Marcos Boulevard to the north Grand Avenue to the east Via Vera Cruz to the west Discovery Avenue to the south New Features and Amenities Raised roadway and bridges… Read more »
Father Leo Patalinghug Parish Lenten Mission with a Bonus! Join Fr. Leo from Baltimore, Maryland as he steps us into Lent. What do you get when you combine a former award-winning choreographer for break-dancing groups, 3rd degree Black Belt in Martial Art Instructor, acclaimed chef, TV and radio personality and Catholic priest? None other than… Read more »
Dear friends at St. Mark’s, I am writing to wish you a Merry Christmas and to express my gratitude to all of you: The Pastor, Associate Pastors, Deacons and all of you our friends for the fruitful weekend we had at your Church. It was my joy to meet all of you, talk to… Read more »
Ongoing Weekly Series – A Reflection on the Beatitudes “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled” Hunger and thirst are intense experiences, since they involve basic needs and our instinct for survival. There are those who desire justice and yearn for righteousness with similar intensity. Jesus says that… Read more »