PARISH e -NEWS & UPDATES - June 28, 2020
Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
LIVE THE LITURGY : Inspiration for the Week

The flesh is our old self of yesterday and the one we left behind in baptism. It is the self of doubts and fears, sin and error, reluctance, untamed passion, and errors in judgment. It is also the self of missed opportunities and roads untraveled. Although we were baptized many years ago, every day is another day to live, not according to the flesh of yesterday with its regrets and misgivings, but rather to live the life of the spirit of today and tomorrow. The burdens of our personal baggage and of life itself can weigh us down. The love of Jesus Christ and the life of the spirit can pick us up, refresh us, and provide us with the hope for new opportunities and discoveries. Because we have been baptized in Christ, we need not be anxious about what we did or did not do yesterday or anxious about what will come tomorrow. We need only to seek out the love that is before us, around us, and in us and learn.
(LPi )

UPDATED MASS SCHEDULE AT ST. JULIE BILLIART PARISH
DAILY MASS: ZOOM
Rosary before Mass - 9:00 am
Mon - Friday - 9:30 am

OUTDOOR MASS
Wednesday - 8:30 am In front of
Santa Ni ñ o Statue

SUNDAY MASS: ZOOM
11:00 am - English
1:00 pm - Spanish
Before registering to attend the OUTDOOR MASS service, please review the guidelines


DIAL BY PHONE
+1 669 900 6833 or  +1 669 219 2599

Meeting ID: 4152738903 
RETURN TO IN-PERSON MASSES RESOURCES 
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Liturgical music composer DAVID HAAS' music will be suspended for use at the Diocese of San Jose effective immediately.

The DSJ Liturgical Commission, in consultation with twelve local music directors, has assembled a guiding document that offers alternative songs as options for some of Mr. Haas’ most-used pieces. Please follow this link to access the document .
Suspension of Non-Sacramental Events
of More than 25 People
 
Bishop Cantú asks all parishes, and schools not to hold in-person non-sacramental events of more than 25 people during the next fiscal year. These events, if not canceled, may be moved to online platforms or held in smaller groups for the safety of all. They include:
  1. All parish missions, and pilgrimages.
  2. All meetings, events, and fundraisers, Communal Stations of the Cross, Quinceañeras, morning prayer, group Rosaries, and public devotions.

Full Statement:    English  |  Spanish
STEWARDSHIP & DEVELOPMENT
SUNDAY OFFERTORY
 
Your ongoing monetary gifts are greatly needed and appreciated. Your Sunday Offertory gift  sustains this parish .

We look forward to your support during these times when we have no regular Sunday offertory. You can use credit cards, debit cards or direct transfer from your bank account.
  
If you are unable to make your weekly offertory gift online, please remember to mail or drop off your the envelopes at the parish office 366, Saint Julie Drive, San Jose, CA 95119.
ANNUAL DIOCESAN APPEAL (ADA)
 
100% of our goal
Please remember that 100% of your gift above our goal comes back to our parish!
EMPLOYER MATCHING GIFTS FOR PARISH GIVING

Many employers are offering a double matching gift for donations during the COVID 19 crisis. Please check with your employers to see what their policy is. For example, Apple is one such company that is currently doubling the Matching Gifts contributions.  
MASS INTENTIONS
To schedule a Mass intention, please email  office@stjulies-dsj.org .
FAMILY LIFE RESOURCES
Many parents often wonder what to teach their children about their bodies, but don’t know how and when it is appropriate.  The Diocese of San José fosters healthy relationships through awareness and interpersonal safety education for our children via the VIRTUS Catholic Safe Environment Curriculum, as well as safety training and background screening for all adults who minister or provide services to our children. We encourage parents to explore additional resources to help empower themselves and their children through open and honest family communications. The Center for Innovation and Resources is hosting a free parent-training with Monica Borunda, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, adjunct faculty at CSU Los Angeles, and a Child Forensic Interview Specialist and Trainer. The training will focus on easing parental comfort with the topic and provide guidance on some of the ways parents can help educate their children about their bodies, boundaries, and how to keep them safe from child sexual abuse. 
  • Register for ENGLISH session on June 23, 2020 at 10 am
  • Register for SPANISH session on June 25, 2020 at 2 pm

State Fund to Help Parents Buy Food for Children:
Registration ends June 30, 2020

Evidence based research highlights that helping to reduce parental stress helps to reduce stress in children, which further alleviates potential triggers that may otherwise result in childhood trauma. During the Shelter-At-Home mandate, it is important to recognize that school closures forced some families to face additional challenges feeding their children. Lack of access to nutritional resources only exasperates parent stress and the potential for increased childhood trauma. Through a special EBT benefits program, parents may be able to qualify for additional help when it comes to feeding their children during the Coronavirus pandemic. Through this service, families may receive funding to support children’s nutritional needs, which in turn supports a child’s emotional well-being. Any student that qualified for free or reduced-price meals at school can receive these P-EBT benefits.

More information and registration: ENGLISH | SPANISH         
2020 CENSUS JOB OPPORTUNITIES
$27.00 - $33.00 PER HOUR
The U.S. Census Bureau is still hiring people for Enumerators/Census Takers
Click on the following links for more information.
APPLY ONLINE:
The U.S. Census Bureau has extended its completion deadline to October 31, 2020 due to COVID-19. Links to resources are underlined below.






CATHOLIC CHARITIES RESOURCES
No registration required before hand. Registration will be done on-site.
 
FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER LOCATIONS & NUMBERS
Immigration Legal Service s : 1-408-944-0691
Shelter Placement: 408-278-6420
Santa Clara County Crisis Counseling : 1-855-278-4204 Or Text RENEW to 741741
Second Harvest Silicon Valley : Call 1-800-984-3663
 
HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION