Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Announcements Through November 2, 2014

It is time again for St. Michael’s Angel Food !

Remember an angel you love this coming Christmas Season with the best Coconut Macadamia Toffee you have ever tasted.
Candy production begins on Monday, November 3rd and will continue through Thursday, November 6th. We need YOUR help! Many hands are needed to make this year a success.
A sign-up sheet for volunteers is located in the back of church, or if you prefer, give the church office (886 - 7292) a call to sign up. 


Al   All Souls Novena begins on Saturday, November 1 and concludes on Sunday, November 12. During this time, your deceased loved ones will be remembered at all the Masses. There are envelopes in your contribution envelope box or are available on the usher’s table for listing your deceased loved ones who you would like remembered at Mass. Simply complete the cards and drop them in the collection basket or at the parish office.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Maya Textile Sale - November 7-9

November 7 - 9, with Indigena Imports of Austin, TX
St. Michael and All Angels, Parish Center,
602 N. Wilmot Rd at 5th Street

A Benefit for St. Michael’s Guatemala Project and
The Castaneda Museum of Ethnic Costume

Featured: pre-1975 traje from the Vourvoulias collection, never before shown in Tucson.  Other exceptional examples, and everyday and bargain items.
More than 300 textiles on exhibit.
Come help us celebrate cultures and artistry!

Silent Auction daily -- small, select, and varied.

Fri. Nov. 7, 5 to 8 p.m. Opening sale and Reception
Hors d’oeuvre and beverage gala.
Charles King, solo guitar.
$10 suggested donation (Fri. only), applied in full to purchases.

Sat. Nov. 8, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.,  and  Sun. Nov. 9, 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Sale and exhibits continue. Coffee, gratis.  Food for purchase.
Indian tacos with Maria Garcia of La Indita on Saturday!

Tucson’s Castaneda Museum cultivates appreciation and respect for the world’s peoples and cultures through the study and exhibition of hnic and folk costume.  The collection includes over 4000 textiles, ethnic dolls, and related items.

St. MIchael's Guatemala Project is a 21-year informal partnership with rural Maya of the CPR-Sierra, who became refugees within their own country during Guatemala’s 36-year internal conflict. It focuses on health needs, arts and culture, and indigenous self-determination.

The Museum will have items on display from its global collection, and Guatemala Project will offer a new selection of Maya daily use textiles from the communities served for sale.

Friday, October 10, 2014

Bake Sale!

Don’t Miss It! 
ECW – Casserole and Bake Sale! 
(After all morning Masses) 

We will be selling delicious homemade items in the Parish Center. ECW members, please bring your contributions to the office or the kitchen.