Matthew Henry, our Director of Music and Liturgy, had one more announcement to make after the final blessing at the 8:30 am Mass on Sunday, June 2, 2019.
From the Latest Bulletin
How Can a Pizzeria Be Like a Parish?10-06-2019Fr. Chad King
A few weeks ago I had a dream. Usually I don’t remember my dreams, but this one I think God had me remember for a reason. I was somewhere other than Phoenix, as I recall it being cold.
I was going into a pizza and pasta restaurant with a couple of friends late at night. I was a priest, but I was wearing my casual clothes. We were the only ones in the restaurant as it was getting ready to close, but I knew the owner and he was OK with us coming in so late to eat. After we had been served, a homeless man came in asking the owner if he had any scraps of food he could give him. I overheard the conversation and saw that the owner was a little annoyed at the request and was about ready to turn him away. I motioned to the owner that I would buy him a meal. The homeless man barely looked up and nodded as to thank me. I smiled and nodded back then rejoined my friends and our conversation. A little bit later, I got up for some reason and noticed that the owner hadn't closed yet. I saw several other homeless people eating dinner too, and I realized that the owner decided to feed the other homeless people as well. I went over to him and shook his hand saying that he was doing a good thing and, knowing that when I went to pay our bill, I would give more to cover the cost of the first homeless man I said I'd pay for, I would also add a little more to help pay for the others who came in afterwards. One of my friends had noticed the other homeless people come in and the owner say something to each one of them. I looked around and there were about eight people sitting at various tables of the restaurant happily scarfing their food. My friend suggested that they were probably all sleeping in the abandoned building next door. We started discussing how sad that the guy or company who had bought the abandoned building to develop it didn't even know that he would be putting some homeless people out to try and find some other place for shelter from the cold wind.READ MORE
Mondays 7:00-8:30pm, Sep 30 - Nov 25 (No class on Nov 11)
October Family Promise Hosting Week
Oct 6, 2019 - Oct 13, 2019
Corpus Christi is hosting families from Family Promise this week. The Parish Center and all classrooms will become home for eight families. Stay Tuned for More Information and Volunteer Opportunities.
Men of St. Joseph meeting
Oct 16, 2019: 6:30pm
in the Parish Center
Join us as we finish watching Bishop Barron’s The Mass
Oct 17, 2019: 6:45pm - 8:30pm (weekly)
Thursdays 6:45-8:30pm in the Parish Center, Sep 5 - Dec 5
Oct 19, 2019: 2:30pm - 3:34pm
in Corpus Christi classrooms
for children 5-10 years old who are interested in growing in their Catholic faith