Weekly eBulletin - May 30th, 2021
Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity

Remembering our Heroes!
Monday, May 31st is Memorial Day. It is a national holiday observed on the last Monday of May to honor the men and women who died while serving or died after serving in the U.S. military. Nowadays, however, the true meaning of this holiday seems to have been eclipsed by an extended weekend to go off on a short holiday, to have a backyard barbecue, to relax at a beach, and to go shopping. Read more...

Please join us for Mass. Read on for details on our new Mental Health Ministry, Cub Scout Troop meeting and more.

God Bless,
Fr. Ritche
Changes in Mass Time/Live Stream:
All Masses in May will be livestreamed for First Communion. Please note the following changes that will take place for our Saturday & Sunday liturgies, starting Saturday June 5, 2021:
Vigil Mass on Saturday: 5:00PM (we will no longer livestream this Mass)
Sunday Mass: 9:30AM (Livestreamed), 11:30AM, & 6:00PM

Mass Times

Mass Times: 3:00pm and 5:00pm (livestreamed)
Confession: 4:00pm-4:45pm

9:30am (livestreamed) and 11:30am

Eucharistic Adoration
First Friday of the month after 8:30 Mass, in-person and Livestream.

To download this weekend's worship aid, click here.
Annual Diocesan Appeal!
If you have not yet made your pledge, please prayerfully consider. Amount received beyond our goal will be a rebate to the parish.
We have collected $307,050 which is 115% of the Diocesan goal and 106% of our parish goal with the support of 455 pledges. Gifts can be made at our parish office or diocesan website here. To donate via text, text "ADA" to 408-317-0990. To donate using the QR code, open your camera app and focus on the image. Thank you so much for your generous support!
The Most Holy Trinity 
Homily of Pope Francis 
Dear Brothers and Sisters, Good morning! 
Today we celebrate the Solemnity of the Holy Trinity, which leads us to contemplate and worship the divine life of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit: a life of communion and perfect love, origin and aim of all the universe and of every creature: God.  Read more...
Are you ready for summer? We have been living through difficult times with zoom class, masked sports, social distancing and missing out on our ‘normal’ routine. Summer is almost here and it’s a great time to implement strong mental health practices.
Here are 5 stress busting practices to enjoy the summer! Read more...
Please Pray For:
Kate Lepow, Rodney Levin, Paul McGuire, Peter Palathumpattu, Steven Zenk 

Name Badges
For those who sent in a request last week, please pick up name badges at the Parish Office (office hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9AM – 1PM)
3sixty High School Ministry
Last Sunday, 3sixty gave our senior class a special send-off blessing. It has been quite the year but these young men and women were resilient. Continued prayers and blessings as they transition to this exciting next chapter in their lives. Congratulations to the Class of 2021!
Edge Middle School Ministry
We had our final Edge night of the ministry year last Wednesday. The entire year was done all virtually but our final Edge night was done in-person. It was refreshing to be able to meet in-person, even if it was this one time. The youth and leaders really enjoyed the physical presence
Sacred Heart Community Service this Summer!
Volunteers will be sorting and filling boxes with food items for weekly distribution. Measures are in place to keep volunteers safe. There are three Sacred Heart Saturdays available this summer for our volunteers, June 19th, July 17th and August 21st. To sign up as a volunteer, and for an update on Holy Spirit's Saturdays at Sacred Heart outreach program, click here.
First Communion
Congratulations to all of the children that made First Eucharist last weekend. Please keep them in your prayers
Leo Agostino
Jase Babcock
Claire Boettner
Landon Carr
Alyssa Cisneros
Carson Cummings
Johanna Delupio
Nico Dolen
Kalea Fernando
Eva Garza
Claire Ingram
Charlotte Harms
Coral Jallow
Selah Juco
Shelby Kazmmierczak
Athena Kennedy
Benjamin Leetch
Stella Magolske
Russell Martineau
Bluebelle McLean
Eimear Mullins
Wyatt Olson
Julissa Plancarte-Nunez
Luca Potenza
Audrey Stoelker
Gianna Tanto
Thomas Tran
Elin Sepe
Vincent Van Every
Tanith Vasquez
Last week Holy Spirit School welcomed all the new families that will be joining us next school year at the annual New Parent Information Night! It's not too late to join our amazing school community. There are still spots available in most grades, including our PreK program. Next year's PreK class will be the HSS Class of 2030! Join us on the amazing 10-year journey! To learn more, click here.
Graduation Mass for Class of 2021
June 12th, Bishop Cantú will celebrate a graduation Mass for High School and College Graduates! Registration is open here.
Save the Date – Jubilee Games for Vocations:
The Diocese of San José is hosting the Jubilee Games for Vocations on July 17th at Archbishop Mitty High School in San José. Nuns and postulates will compete in a soccer game for the St. Clare Cup, with high school girls filling out both teams. Priests and Seminarians will compete in a second soccer game for the St. Joseph Cup, with high school boys filling both teams as well. This outstanding community event of family entertainment will follow all the Covid-19 regulations. Visit and share our webpage where information will be added as it becomes available: https://www.dsj.org/jubileegames
Holy Spirit Parish
1200 Redmond Avenue
San Jose, CA 95120
(408) 997-5101