San Jose, California

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Founded November 29, 1777 (as Pueblo de San Jose),
San José was California’s first civilian settlement. San José has a world-renowned quality of life, offering a wide variety of exciting cultural, recreational, educational and entertainment opportunities. In addition, the City of San José has the nation’s best public safety record of any metropolitan area, a marvelous ethnic diversity and a beautiful climate.

Atheist Community of San Jose: Professor Sheldon Helms on Psychological Pseudoscience

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Sheldon W. Helms is an associate professor of psychology at Ohlone College in Fremont, CA. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Bay Area Skeptics, is a member of the SkeptiCal planning committee, and is the founder of the Ohlone Psychology Club Speaker Series through which he regularly hosts top name speakers in science and skepticism.

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Ashley Williams was living in the abandoned commercial building in San Jose that was damaged by a th

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Ashley Williams was living in the abandoned commercial building in San Jose that was damaged by a three-alarm fire.

By: Mark Gomez
Published on: January 14, 2015

“Immigrants and Catholic Evangelization in the United States” by Archbishop Jose Gomez

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The Spanish missions to Florida date back to the sixteenth century. The first martyr to die on American soil, Father Juan de Padilla—who came to our country from Mexico and evangelized in Texas, California, and elsewhere—was killed in southern Kansas sometime in the early 1540s. The first Holy Mass was celebrated on the banks of the San Antonio River in 1691. Mission San Diego de Alcala, the first of California’s Franciscan missions, was founded in 1769. From their earliest settlement, these lands were Catholic, Christian. And these lands were, from the start, immigrant lands, meeting places of cultures. By reflecting on our evangelical and immigrant past as Catholics in America, what can we, the “Pilgrim Church” in America, learn about the future of Catholic evangelization in this country?

Evangelized funeral of Palm Springs police officers Lesley Zerebny & Jose Vega

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Yesterday I spent 7 hours laboring the Gospel at the funeral for slain Palm Springs police officers Lesley Zerebny & Jose “Gil” Vega.’
By the grace of God, and for the glory of God, He enabled me to personally distribute 1,000 Gospel tracts. To maximize my effectiveness, the Lord provided the perfect places to stand, and I couldn’t keep up with the multitudes. From this one outreach, I was able to reach-out to police officers from our own Jerusalem, to Judea, Samaria, and the utter parts of the world.

One thousand tracts seems like a lot, but it’s a ‘drop in the bucket,’ as the attendance rose to an estimated 20,000 souls. These tracts presented the Law of God, they warned them of Gods wrath, and their deserved punishment of judgment in eternal hell. As well as their need to repent, believe, and be born-again. And then of course the Gospel (Christ’s atonement) as the remedy to those that would become saved. Please pray that the Lords Holy Spirit will continue to fertilize the soil for His Gospel Seeds.

And wow was this a treat. Evidently Officer Lesley’s favorite music was the well-known “Tenors” from Canada. When they heard about this tragedy, they came down to the USA to sing “Hallelujah,” and another song in closing.

Please continue to keep the Vega family, the Zerebny family, and our police officers in your prayers.

Note: Any and all ministering was accomplished either before or after the ceremony. Private conversation were omitted from this video.

Music ‘Hallelujah’ by the Canadian Tenors; Give me Jesus, by Fernando Ortega; Be thou my vision, by Fernando Ortega and In Christ Alone, by Kristian Stanfill & Passion.

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Cityteam San Jose – House of Grace

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Cityteam House of Grace is a unique program where addicted, abused or homeless women can rebuild their lives, without being separated from their young children. It is 12 to 14 month residential program. As part of the program, the women participate in classes, which enable them to complete their high school education. They participate in vocational and life skills classes and counseling (individual, family, and group counseling), and attend 12-step meetings. Classes in conflict resolution, codependency, anger management, parenting and responsibility for one’s action are center to the training.

House of Grace is a community-based model, stressing personal responsibility, shared goals and support, mentoring, and empowering. It is a place where women are taught how to join the mainstream of community life so that they can become productive citizens, supporting themselves, their families and their community.

House of Grace Recovery Program is comprehensive; dealing with the whole person. As a result, graduates re-enter society with skills, positive attitudes and goals. This program has proven track record of making a lasting difference in the lives of the women who have successfully completed the required phases.