Views:2763|Rating:0.00|View Time:2:23:23Minutes|Likes:|Dislikes: Fr. Gabriel Thomas Mosher, O.P, celebrated his First Mass of Thanksgiving – A Solemn High Mass in the Extraordinary Form (Roman Rite), at St. Margaret Mary’s Church (Oakland, CA) last June 14, 2015. The mass celebrated was the External Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, with the composition “Missa Cordi Sacro” by Frank LaRocca sung by the Pacific Collegium Choir. He was assisted by Fr. Donald Morgan (Deacon) and Abbe Kevin Kerscher (Subdeacon). Fr. Augustine Thompson, O.P., was the homilist. After mass, Father Gabriel imparted his first blessing. A festive reception followed at the Father Kozina Hall.
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Traditional Latin Mass Society of San Francisco
Views:143|Rating:0.00|View Time:5:37Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 Understanding that the holiday season can bring on hardships for some families, UIU-LA held a canned food drive to support families in need of extra help. Before mass ended, all of UIU-LA that was in attendance gathered at the altar and our president, Kingsley Ufere, gave a moving speech that not only officially introduced our organization to the Los Angeles Igbo community, but also mobilized this community into wanting to support our mission as a whole.
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End Credits Music: “Good Times” by The Stuyvesants
Views:17|Rating:5.00|View Time:43Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:0 CINCINNATI, Ohio (WKRC) – Thanksgiving is a great time to take a break from our busy schedules and thank friends and family for the love and support they provide.
But it’s easy to forget that the day is meant for not only being grateful for what we have but for sharing our blessings too.
According to the Corporation for National & Community Service the amount of Americans who have volunteered or donated in the past year is the lowest it’s been in a decade.
Cincinnati locals are making sure that statistic doesn’t define their community.
One way to pass along kindness locally is participating in a pre-Thanksgiving tradition that’s going on all Sunday morning at Crossroads Church locations.
The congregation collects food to share with people who may need some help during the holidays.
Every year there are always plenty of volunteers near the Oakley location and the people collecting food are known for their bright attitudes.
Due to the construction the Oakley drop-off is at the Anthem Garage off Vandercar Way.
Volunteers will be collecting until 11:00 a.m.
Unsure of what to bring? Crossroads has a list of the kinds of food items they’re looking for!
Canned food is among the accepted, specifically foods like green beans, corn, peas, cranberry sauce and carrots.
Other items you may not think of are things like boxed cake mix, coffee or tea and packages of dinner rolls.
The Hope House Mission is also looking for volunteers during the holiday season.
On Thanksgiving the organization will host an event where those in need can get a hot meal, warm coats, hats and gloves along with other resources offered.
To learn how to volunteer or donate click on their website!
As always The Salvation Army is dedicating their time to making sure no neighbor goes hungry at this special time of year.
You can learn how to volunteer to donate here.
The Freestore Foodbank wants to thank the volunteers who already helped pack boxes for their annual food drive.
The Foodbank is excited to begin its Thanksgiving food distribution on Monday.
Holiday boxes will be given from 8:00 a.m. to six p.m. on Monday and Tuesday at the Freestore’s Customer Service Center on East Liberty St. in Over-The-Rhine.
Those in need can get all the fixings for a complete holiday meal.
That includes a turkey, canned vegetables, canned fruit, stuffing and macaroni and cheese.
There are so many opportunities to help out this holiday season.
Make it a goal to get involved and share your blessings!
Views:42|Rating:5.00|View Time:56:32Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0 Reconciling Pentecostal Assembly
Pastor Doug Clanton Sermon: (A Thanksgiving Mystery)
( 9027 N. 11th Street Phoenix Az 85020)
Service Time: Sunday 2pm
Views:2276|Rating:4.64|View Time:8:49Minutes|Likes:13|Dislikes:1 We went to my sister”s house for Thanksgiving dinner and looked out the window and saw something burning. So we went out on the top deck and saw the smoke . Then we all walked down the street where the fire was. This is the video of what I was able to get before the smoke got too bad .I hope you enjoy it. Good job Chattanooga fire dept. for putting it out and working on Thanksgiving.We should all appreciate our men and women Fire Fighters,EMT”s and Police officers for what they do.To all of the First to respond Thank you.
Views:184|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:40Minutes|Likes:3|Dislikes:0 Cleveland Elementary held their first Thanksgiving lunch for parents and community members. The school was lucky to have volunteers from Cameron Baptist Church as well as the Cameron Women’s Basketball team to help with the event. We talked to some parents about why this is such a special event for them.