Debra Spaulding and her amazing Team (Veronica Guerrero, Amy Hulick, Danny Jones, Cheryl and Gary Mendoza, Carleen and John Miller, Julie and John Quinn, Gail Rolfe), with the assistance of many others, brought us “An Evening Under The Stars” last Saturday under a near full-moon on the enchanting Pomegranate Patio at the Old Mill…surely one of the only 200 year old Spanish Colonial buildings in such supernal shape on this side of the New World!
The Kaleidescope Chamber Group and Richard Seymour brought winsome music our way, and our very own auctioneer Joel Athey proved again that he is the best auctioneer in L.A. and the funniest lawyer on the West Coast!
A grand and joyful evening.
Parish communities inhabit near simultaneous locations of grief and gladness at intersecting moment. We mourn the loss of Jeanne G. DeKruif, whose Burial Office will be this coming Thursday at 2pm in the Church. Requiescat in Pace, beautiful Jeanne, with deep prayer for husband Bob DeKruif and the large, well-loved family.
In the Sustaining Peace of Christ,
“Iced” in the fourth quarter, Conrad Ukropina went on to kick a 46 yard field goal (5/5) in the Cardinal vs. Trojans game last week. See Conrad’s interview HERE!
Annette Perales became a U.S. Citizen two weeks ago!!!
Religious Affiliation of members of Congress, with visual map by district.
Pam Hueckel, parishioner until her move down the 210 corridor, is offering a class at PCC on Saturday November 14th from 1pm to 4pm. Pamela Hueckel has trained with The Birren Center for Autobiographical Studies with a lifelong interest in recording family members’ stories past and present. Register by phone 626.585/7608 (Course No. 3239X)
or online at www.pcclearn.org
Negative spiritual beliefs contribute to pain and mental distress.
Read “The Lead” from Episcopal Café.
The recent edition of Episcopal News from the Diocese of L.A. may be found HERE, and articles from the national Episcopal News Service HERE