Saint Robert's Catholic Church & School
Saint Robert's Church - 1380 Crystal Springs Road, San Bruno, CA 94066-4794
Phone: (650) 589-2800
FAX: (650) 588-9628
Saint Robert's School - 345 Oak Avenue, San Bruno, CA 94066-4709
Phone: (650) 583-5065
. . . . . FAX: (650) 583-1418

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Mass Intentions - June 22 thru July 3, 2022

Monday 8:30am

Phil Olmo

Saturday 8:30am

Jeff Babb

Tuesday 8:30am

Bennie Cacas

Saturday 4:30pm

Bob Conley

Wednesday 8:30am

Gene Waddell

Sunday 7:30am

People of St. Roberts

Thursday 8:30am

Sean Renault

Sunday 9:30am

Andres & Heliodoro Zamora

Friday 8:30am

Sue Montes

Sunday 11:30am

Manuel & Mary Falzon

Sunday 5:00pm

Mary Wells

= Deceased

STEWARDSHIP of TREASURE

July 1st 2021 to June 26th, 2022 (goal)

$510,000

07/01/2021 to 06/30/2022 Weekly (goal)

$10,000

July 1st 2021 to June 26th, 2022 (actual)

$428,083

Weekly Collection June 26th, 2022 (actual)

$4,955

(including e-Contributions)

e-Contributions for the month of May 2022

$12,700

Thank you for your generosity

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2022 Archdiocesan Annual Appeal - our goal is $92,145

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Our generous parishioners have pledged $85,260 to date! . .THANK YOU


March 1, 2022



Parish News & Announcements


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Pastor's Update


Fr. Arnold Zamora

June 24, 2022

Things you may want to know this week.

1.

It's Summer Time! Last Tuesday, June 21st, was the First Day of Summer known as Solstice Summer. It is the longest day and the shortest night of the calendar year. By "longest day," we mean the longest period of sunlight hours. Summer time means summer vacation. But wherever you are, be sure to take God with you, and don't forget to attend Sunday Mass - your obligation to God and his church. all Warriors fans! WE WON! Yes, I said "we" - we deserve a pat on the back since we were there for them, win or lose. Draymond Green calls his fellow players brothers - not teammates - making them family. We are all part of St. Robert's family, and when we treat each other as family, there will always be success. Now that you don't have to stress over a 7th game of the NBA Finals, you can actually enjoy listening to the special choir that GP, our music director, has put together for the 5:00p.m. Mass this Sunday.

2.

Today is the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus which takes precedence over the Solemnity of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist that is traditionally celebrated on June 24th. It was celebrated yesterday, instead. The Funeral Mass of our longtime parishioner, John Valdez, who was one of our Lectors and a member of Saint Vincent de Paul for the past 35 years, was celebrated today. The Funeral Mass of another longtime parishioner, Mary Bourne, who did a lot of volunteer work in the parish as liturgical minister, collection counter, office receptionist and many more is on Monday, June 27, at 11 a.m. She was considered the "mother of Deacons" as she was so involved with the Deacon ministry like attending their retreats and other activities. Eternal Rest grant unto John and Mary!

3.

Today, June 24, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court Overturns Roe and Casey sending abortion back to states. Archbishop Cordileone writes: "It finally happened. After fifty years of patient marching, organizing and discussing, serving pregnant women in crisis, and voting, the Supreme Court has ruled our Constitution does not contain the right to kill the unborn. Missouri's Attorney General just announced that abortion is illegal there except for "medical emergency." More states will follow. Be kind to one another and to those who disagree now." (Click here for more)

4.

Our Grownups will have their "Spring into Summer Luncheon'' this coming Sunday, June 26th following the 11:30 a.m. Mass at the Hennessy Hall. Everyone who signed up, and gave a $15 donation will be treated to a delicious Chicken Cordon Bleu luncheon. Thanks to the group's leader, Bob Lockwood, and his working committee for putting this together.

5.

The Northern California Renewal Coalition (Charismatic Movement) is sponsoring a day of prayer, praise and worship, and healing service tomorrow at St. Mary's Cathedral-Patrol Hall. Speakers are Fr. Aris Martin, Fr. Ben Rosado and Bro. Bo Sanchez.

6.

Dada Gallagher, our neighbor (her house is literally behind the rectory) and once the president of St. Robert's Fil-Am ministry, celebrated her 80th Birthday last Saturday at Westin Hotel. Part of the celebration was a money dance, and the money collected was split between St. Roberts and Our Lady of Mercy, Dada's other parish. St. Robert was richer that day by $310. Thanks Dada, and belated Happy 80th Birthday!

7.

Shout-outs! Thanks to Sandy Mangold for donating beautiful cruets for the wine and water to be used in our celebration of the Eucharist. Sr. Sheral is having a private Retreat at Mercy Center and she will be visiting us this weekend. She is actually attending the funeral this morning. Make sure you go to mass this weekend and say hello to her. Fr. Boie celebrates his birthday this Tuesday. He arrives Monday evening from his vacation in the Philippines. Happy Birthday Fr. Boie and welcome back!

Fr. Arnold

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FAZnotes


Fr. Arnold Zamora

(Father Arnold Zamora)

June 24, 2022

Dear parishioners and friends of St. Roberts,

Whatever the weather will be today, let your heart sing.
Let your spirit soar.

For there is so much in life to be grateful for --
There's the warmth of sunshine;
The coolness of the rain,
The quiet of evening when day is done;
and dearest of all,
the love of family & friends.

Wishing you the gentle joys of daily life,
the warm contentment of home,
the loving presence of family and friends & God's unfailing love.


Fr. Arnold


Synod

2021 thru 2023

What is a synod?

A synod is a council of the Church, usually convened to decide an issue of doctrine, administration or application. The word synod is from the Greek sinodos (s???d??) meaning “assembly” or “meeting” and is similar to the Latin concilium meaning “council”. Sometimes the phrase “general synod” or “general council” refers to an ecumenical council, like the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965).

. Archdiocese's Synod Information Link .

New Mass Protocols during Covid issued by Archdiocese
February 27, 2022

  • Sunday Mass Obligation restored.
    • Those who are sick are always dispensed from in-person Mass attendance.
    • Those who fear a serious infection possibility are also not bound by the obligation--this is always the case for any possible infection.
  • Face Masks are no longer required but still recommended.

  • Hand Sanitizing required entering Church. Sanitizer available in Vestibule.

February 15, 2022


Mass Schedules
Most Masses will be available On-Line
Sunday 7:30am and 5:00pm Masses are NOT available On-Line.
On-Line will NOT be available from February 21 to approximately March 7

Weekdays

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Monday thru Saturday 8:30am Masses

Saturday Vigil Mass

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Saturday 4:30pm Mass

Sunday

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Sunday 7:30am, 9:30am, 11:30am and 5:00pm Masses

Sacrament of Penance
(Confession)

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Saturday 3:30pm thru 4:15pm

Community Rosary

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Monday thru Friday before the 8:30am Masses

Perpetual Help Devotion

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Wednesday after the 8:30am Mass


PARISH SACRAMENTAL CELEBRATIONS

SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM

There is a period of preparation for the celebration of this Sacrament. Parents are required to attend a Pre-Baptismal class. Contact the Parish Office in advance to make arrangements.

SACRAMENT OF CONFIRMATION

High School Students should call the Religious Education Office or view the Religious Education page for more information.
Adult confirmation is available on an individual basis. Please contact either Ms. Joanne Bartolotti or Mrs. Leslie Fong (Co-Cordinators) - (650) 588-0477

SACRAMENT OF EUCHARIST

Our Eucharistic Ministers are available to bring the Eucharist to the sick or homebound. Contact the Parish Office.

SACRAMENT OF THE ANOINTING OF THE SICK

Call the Parish Office in case of serious illness and before surgery and hospital care.

SACRAMENT OF MARRIAGE

There is a six month period of preparation for the celebration of this Sacrament. Contact the Parish Office to make arrangements.

Parish Office: (650) 589-2800

Rev. Arnold Zamora, Pastor

Rev. Boie Espeleta, Parochial Vicar

Rev. Stewart Wilber, Sunday Assistant

Deacon Rusty Duffey, Pastoral Associate

Deacon John Meyer, Pastoral Associate

Mr. Gianpaolo "GP" Eleria, Music Director

Ms. Rose Aragon, Office Administrator

Mrs. Judy DeMartini, Parish Receptionist / Bookkeeper

Patrick Sullivan, School Principal (K-8)

Ms. Joanne Bartolotti, Director, Parish School of Religion (CCD)

Mrs. Leslie Fong, Office Manager. Parish School of Religious Education (C.C.D.)

Mr. Lawrence Kong-Ellison, Religion Director for St. Robert School

Maggie de Vera, LMFT, Director of Youth Ministry


Priests and other Parish Leaders

Links to:

Archdiocese of San Francisco for General Public

Archdiocese of San Francisco for Staff, Volunteers & Clergy

U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops

Vatican Web Site (English)

How is Easter Sunday determined?