St. Mary's Cathedral Recitals

1111 Gough St. at Geary, San Francisco
415-567-2020, ext. 213
www.stmarycathedralsf.org

The following Sunday Recitals start at 4:00 pm and are free to the public, with ample free parking:



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Northern California Choral Festival Mass

Archbishop Cordileone is principal celebrant and homilist for the Northern California Choral Festival Mass at 5:30pm in Saint Mary's Cathedral on Saturday March 14th. Student singers from the Archdiocese of San Francisco and around the Bay Area will sing under the direction of Richard Robbins of the music faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Superior. A choral prelude will precede the liturgy. Visit www.pcchoirs.org.



Catholic Charities CYO Summer Camp

Make memories with Catholic Charities CYO Summer Camp. Register online at www.cyocamp.org by March 31st and receive an "Early Bird" discount of $40.00 to your camper fees. Also, CYO Camp will host their annual Open House on Saturday, March 21st, where you can tour the facilities, meet their staff, enjoy a free BBQ lunch, and participate in an afternoon of swimming, canoeing, archery, and closing campfire. Please RSVP to 707 874-0200.



Religious Vocation Discernment Retreat

Single Catholic women ages 18-40 are invited to a Religious Vocation Discernment Retreat with the Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul April 10th-12th, 2015 in Los Altos Hills. If you would like to know more about attending this prayerful and reflective discernment retreat, contact Sister Lisa Laguna at 650 949-8890 or email at SrLisaDC@aol.com. You can also find them on Facebook at Daughters of Charity Vocations US; follow them on Twitter.com/DofCharity; and read about them at DaughtersOfCharity.com.



World Meeting of Families

The World Meeting of Families is an international event, which was begun by Pope Saint John Paul II in 1994. The last 3 editions (2006, 2009, 2012) were held in Valencia, Mexico City, and Milan but in 2015, the World Meeting of Families will be held in the United States for the very first time, and will take place from September 22nd to September 27th in Philadelphia, PA.

From noon on Tuesday to noon on Friday (September 22nd to 25th) there will be a Congress, with speakers and breakout sessions. Participants numbering from 10,000 to 15,000 are expected.

The highlight of the meeting will be a Papal visit from Friday to Sunday, culminating in a Papal Mass on Sunday, which is expected to draw over a million people. Registration for the Congress is $350.

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