THE FEAST OF THE HOLY INNOCENTS
PRO-LIFE CANDLE-LIGHT PROCESSION
Friday 28 DECEMBER 2012
The annual Central County Pro-Life Candlelight Procession will take place on Friday December 28, as part of the Celebration of the Feast of the Holy Innocents. The Procession will start at Harbor Baptist Church on the northwest corner o Fairview and Baker in Costa Mesa at 7:00pm (please begin to convene no later than 6:45pm). The Knights of Columbus Color Corps will lead the Procession.
The Rosary will be recited during the walk down Baker Street to St. John the Baptist Church(1015 Baker) for the Mass at 7:30pm. Please bring your own candles. Baby gifts for the life center may be brought to the altar at the offertory, and there will be a collection taken for the Life Center. There will be refreshments in the Church Hall after Mass.
You may wish to park at St. John the Baptist Church parking lot, and then walk to the corner of Fairview and Baker for the Procession. This way you will have your car parked where you need it after the Mass!
For more information call Respect Life Chaircouple Tom or Duyen Doucette at 714-478-0370.
Convene in the Harbor Baptist Church Parking Lot
Fairview and Baker 6:30-7:00 pm
Procession to SJB promptly at 7:00pm for the 7:30pm Mass
Bring Signs, Candles, Rosaries,
Family members, Friends
And Gifts for the Life Center
LIFE CENTER ‘NEEDS’ LIST
Baby wash – Ivory bar soap
Towels – Adult and Baby (used okay)
Monetary Donations for cribs
(1) Can be dropped off in the Church Hall before or after Mass, OR
(2) Can be left by the Christmas Crib scene in the Church
(3) Will be picked up by the SJB Respect Life Chaircouple for delivery to the Life Centre
For those congregants wishing to make a special offering for a lost child, whether through illness, accident, war, murder, miscarriage, abortion, given in adoption or a missing child, there will be an opportunity for them to bring forth a votive candle to a table at the front of the Church, where it will be placed as a symbol of their offering and prayer intentions during the Mass.