Religious

St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church

Fight Cancer with your Fork

Want to make this holiday season a nutritious one? The Family Cancer Support Ministry at St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church will host a presentation on cancer prevention through nutrition. All parishioners, families, neighbors, and friends are invited to attend. Emily Cena, nutritionist and parishioner, will share her knowledge of healthy eating designed to reduce the risk of cancer.

  • Date: Monday, Nov. 14
  • Time: 7-8:30 pm
  • Place: St. Gregory the Great Parish Center, 11451 Blue Cypress Dr., rooms D, E, and F

This presentation is free of charge. Refreshments will be served.

Thanksgiving Tradition

November is a month of thanksgiving and preparation for the upcoming holidays. We have been so blessed as a parish family and as members of the Scripps Ranch community at large. We are thankful for our faith and the freedom to worship without fear. We are thankful for our beautiful community of Scripps Ranch. We are thankful to be celebrating our eleventh year in our church building. We are so very thankful for our parish staff and for each and every parishioner.

At St. Gregory we have a wonderful tradition of coming together as a parish family and celebrating our blessings each Thanksgiving eve with a Mass. Each family is asked to bring a loaf of bread to the Thanksgiving eve Mass or to drop it off at the parish office during the day. All of the loaves of bread are blessed during Mass and at the end of Mass a loaf of bread is given to each family present. Join us in our Mass of Thanksgiving on Wednesday, Nov. 23, at 7 pm. For more details, call the office at 653-3540 or visit [www.stgg.org].

Becky Forrest