Saturday, Sep. 16, 2017
Always kind, even if you are not a member. My daughter was baptized here. I have been to a confession her once 25 yes ago. I organized my father-in-law's funeral here a decade ago. The priest was younger, and a but Kinder than the old priest from my confession. The priest conducted a lively funeral especially taking to account he knew nothing if the deceased. The family was happy with it. I see they still offer Bingo in Wednesday's. I should go. I remember going with my grandmother thirty years ago. I have even bought their fundraising dinners that were delicious. A strongly devoted group of women keep the various chapels going. I live close enough to see the steeple, ND hear its bells. I find it's long time community presence next to Laudebach school, and adjacent to the back of Lauderbach Park, soothingb, and comforting. It is a shame Chula Vista has not assisted the homeless, or the groups helping them, from turning a once vital park into a homeless gathering place. This has long since closed the opening in the fence between the park and church.
The church used to have meals/bread give away for homeless/super low income. Unsure if this still occurs.