Christ the King Catholic Church

FOLLOWING CHRIST OUR KING

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MASSES, CLERGY, ALTAR SERVERS, LECTORS, ETC.

2017 - 2018 SCHEDULE AND FORMS ARE HERE

MEET OUR CHRIST THE KING CLERGY

MASS TIMES

Saturday Vigil Mass:  4:00 PM

Sunday Masses:  7:45 AM,  9:30 AM,  11:00 AM (Spanish)  and  12:30 PM

Weekday Masses:  8:00 AM

THE CHRISTIAN LIFE IN THE MODERN WORLD


...AND OTHER HEROES

 

"But at the morning Mass I have the great blessing of being instructed in Christian wisdom by the moms there with little children."

 

A perspective by Michael Pakaluk, an Aristotle scholar and Ordinarius of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas, is professor at the Busch School of Business and Economics at The Catholic University of America. He lives in Hyattsville, MD, with his wife Catherine, also a professor at the Busch School, and their eight children.

Here a group of young Catholics speaks with one voice about the need for a cleansing fire. Their statement is non-partisan, assuming nothing but the eternal validity of the Church’s teaching.


They call for an independent investigation of who knew what and when, a new intolerance of clerical abuse and sexual sin, and public acts of penance by Catholic bishops. They promise to work and suffer for the Church, and to strive for holiness in their own lives. As children of the Church, they ask for fathers who honor the Father above. They are confident that their pleas are heard by God. They hope that they will likewise be heard by the priests and bishops who fear him.

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We need to reveal and remove the Lavender Mafias wherever they exist — at Harvard, in Hollywood, and especially in the Church.


Benjamin Wiker is Professor of Political Science, Director of Human Life Studies, and Senior Fellow of the Veritas Center at Franciscan University. His newest book is In Defense of Nature: the Catholic Unity of Environmental, Economic, and Moral Ecology. His website is www.benjaminwiker.com.

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LATEST NEWS


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NOVEMBER

ACOLYTE INSTALLATION

CONGRATULATIONS TO PARISHIONERS FRED and BARBARA ANSOLABEHERE.


Fred and his dicaconate candidate class will be installed as Acolytes by Bishop Armando X. Ochoa at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Fresno November 17th at 10am.


Next year Fred’s Mass of Ordination to the Sacred Order of Deacon is scheduled for October 5, 2019 at a large parish church also in Fresno.


Fred and Barbara ask for our continued support and prayers as they are called to sacred service to the Roman Catholic Church and the Diocese of Fresno as deacon and wife. Pray too that the bishop will assign them to their home parish of Christ the King!


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NOVEMBER

PANCAKE BREAKFAST

Give yourself a break! Join CTK Boy Scout Troop 415 for a big, delicious breakfast of pancakes, French toast,  sausage, scrambled eggs, coffee, milk and juice. 

 

Served 8:00—11:00am in CTK McGovern Hall. $5 donation for adults and $3 for kids. 

 

Thank you for supporting this important program!  All proceeds support the Troop’s activities.


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NOVEMBER

THANKSGIVING DAY

Thanksgiving Day Mass will be celebrated at 9:30am, not 8:00am.  The parish office will be closed Wednesday through Friday, November 21-23.


NO RELIGIOUS ED CLASSES ON WED, 11/21



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NOVEMBER

PARISH COOKIES - KOOKIE KLATCH

Each family is asked to donate at least 6 dozen HOMEMADE cookies. Please label if the cookies contain any nuts, peanut butter and/or coconut.  (Remember to completely cool cookies before stacking and packaging them.) 

 

Hall delivery dates are Friday, November 30, noon to 3:00pm.

 


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DECEMBER

PARISH COOKIES - KOOKIE KLATCH

SATURDAY, DEC 1ST, 10 AM - 3 PM IS THE LAST DAY TO DELIVER YOUR COOKIES

 

Each family is asked to donate at least 6 dozen HOMEMADE cookies. Please label if the cookies contain any nuts, peanut butter and/or coconut.  (Remember to completely cool cookies before stacking and packaging them.) 

 


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DECEMBER

PARISH COOKIES - KOOKIE KLATCH

CTK ANNUAL KOOKIE KLATCH


Cookies are on sale in the parish hall after all Masses this weekend, 12/01 after 4pm Mass and 12/02 after all Masses.