Bishop Montgomery Jazz Band and the Happy Tones attended Mass and toured Mission San Juan Bautista, California on March 16, 2014. The mission was established in 1797. The construction started on the present church in 1803. Padre Tapis found a way to teach natives to sing. Mission San Juan Bautista is also known as “the mission of music”.
MISSION SAN FRANCISCO DE ESPADA WAS ESTABLISHED IN/SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS IN 1731. TO CONVERT THE LOCAL DIFFERENT TRIBES OF NATIVE AMERICANS TO BECOME CATHOLICS.
THOSE DOORS ARE THE ORIGINAL DOORS!
IT WAS ALSO ESTABLISHED TO SOLIDIFY SPANISH ROYAL TERRITORIAL CLAIMS IN THE NEW WORLD FROM ENCROACHMENT BY FRANCE.
THE MISSION WAS COMPLETED IN 1756. THE MISSION IS CLOSE TO A NEARBY AQUEDUCT WHICH WAS BUILT IN THE SAME COLONIAL ERA.
IT IS LOCATED IN SOUTH SAN ANTONIO OFF OF MISSION ROAD WHICH INTERSECTS WITH SW MILITARY DR (LOOP 13).
Mission Concepcion in San Antonio Texas. Father David Garcia asks for your support in the Las Misiones campaign. Video by Pablo Veliz.
Nyimbo ya maombi katika luga ya kibembe la kanisa la Mission of christ Church Buffalo New York.
High School students traveled to Boswell, OK to work with the Pigeon Roost Cumberland Presbyterian Church (part of the Choctaw Presbytery) then to Denton, TX to work with the Cumberland Presbyterian Children’s Home.
Deciding, Mission Call, MTC and Preparation Advice (LDS).
A short compilation of pictures from the 2017 youth mission trip to Crossville, Tennessee.
Cool Facts about the California Sacramento Mission.
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Matachines from Monterrey, Mexico
December 12, 2015
4th grade project
For this mission we used; paint, cardboard , boxes, tissue gift wrap, pre-cut twist tie, glue, tape, retractable utility knife, scissors, styrofoam blocks, print out church images, clay dough to make the water fountain, toilet paper cardboard roll to make the roof and for the bells I used vending machines small toy capsules.
Bro. Irvin Hartford, longtime member of The Electrifying Crown Seekers, sang the old songs of the church on September 30, 2012 during the 11:00 a.m. worship service. (skip to 2:29 for the song)
Irvin has been passing thru Second Free Mission for many years and is also a mighty blessing to the service. In this ‘full version’, he shares a testimony of how God healed and spared both him and his wife this year.
A small, poor parish in Fall River, Massachusetts, has a mission — to serve those in need, in the name of God. It is the mission that is explained in the stained glass windows of the 140-year-old church, built in the decade after the Civil War. It is a mission that is carried out every Monday as parish members and their pastor operate a soup kitchen and food pantry for those in need. The number of people who come through the door for a hot meal or bags of groceries has gone from 24, the day the kitchen opened in 2004, to nearly 200 men, women, children, elderly and handicapped, each and every week.
And while the kitchen and pantry are run solely on donations, the biggest threat to survival is the upkeep of the church itself. The aging building is in need of repair. Dwindling revenue and rising costs of utilities have made it a sisyphean struggle just to remain open. It has reached a crisis stage, prompting parishioners to look for something — anything — to stay afloat. This video is the result of that search.
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