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Did you know that St. Francis of Assisi celebrated 3 Lenten periods throughout the year? San Damiano will only be observing one Lent, beginning on Ash Wednesday (February 10). We have many special retreats and prayer opportunities to help you prepare for Easter. Please consider making your Lenten journey with us.
For example, San Damiano will be hosting Stations of the Cross each Saturday during Lent at 9:15 AM – 9:45 AM followed by donuts and other refreshments (all free of charge). Each Saturday is a different theme:
Sat 2/13 Scriptural Stations
Sat 2/20 Traditional Stations
Sat 2/27 Sonnets of the Cross: The Via Dolorosa
Sat 3/5 Stations of the Cross from Pope Francis
Sat 3/12 Stations of the Cross with Mary
Sat 3/19 Contemporary Stations
A summary guide of other San Damiano Lenten activities is available here. You may sign up for all these events on our website or by giving us a call.
Brother Mike Minton of San Damiano lights a candle on a menorah Dec. 13 during Interfaith San Ramon Valley’s annual Hanukkah celebration at Blackhawk Plaza in Danville.
January 16 10:00 AM -12:30 PM
Brother Mike Minton invites you to San Damiano for a discussion on the Franciscan perspective regarding interreligious dialog between Catholic Christians and Muslims. This is a free event. Bring your own bag lunch. Following lunch, all are invited to proceed to the SRVIC open house. Please RSVP for the open house (see below).
January 16 from 1:00 – 5:00 PM
Neighboring mosque, San Ramon Valley Islamic Center, is holding an open house to provide an opportunity to get to know them and to answer questions about Islam and Muslims. Registration for this free event is at <http://goo.gl/JCFgsz>
Merry Christmas from San Damiano. View or download our December 2015 Newsletter here.[pdf height=”1700″]http://www.sandamiano.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/12247_newsletter_low_res.pdf[/pdf]
Join us in praying for healing the “scandal of division” among the Christian Churches during our weekly ecumenical prayer service each Saturday at 8:45 AM in the chapel.