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Please click here to register your child for Faith Formation (includes First Communion, Confirmation, Edge, and theIntersection).
If your child was registered for Faith Formation for 2015-16, you do not need to register here. Our updated process includes automatic registration for continuing families. However, if you would like to add a child, please use the link above.
First Eucharist registration:
All families with children preparing for First Eucharist in 2017 will need to complete a family interview this spring/summer. Please click here to schedule your family interview. At least one parent must attend with the child who is preparing for First Eucharist.
Please complete your registration by sending your child’s tuition to the Parish Office
(473 Lincoln Ave., Los Altos)
Thank you! We look forward to spending this coming year with your family.
Christ is Risen, Alleluia! At the Easter Vigil, we listened to a series of readings from Sacred Scripture referring to ‘The History of Salvation’, that is, reflecting on how God wanted to form an intimate relationship with his people by sending his only begotten Son, Jesus Christ, to live among us. The liturgy began with Genesis and the story of Creation and was completed with the sacred scripture readings of Luke’s Gospel account of the Resurrection – the new creation.
“In the beginning, God said, let there be light”. At Easter, on the morning of the first day of the week, God said once again: “Let there be light”. The night on the Mount of Olives, the solar eclipse of Jesus’ passion and death, the night of the grave had all passed. Now it is the first day once again – creation is beginning anew. “Let there be light”, says God, “and there was light”: Jesus rises from the grave. Life is stronger than death. Good is stronger than evil. Love is stronger than hate. Truth is stronger than lies. The darkness of the previous days is driven away at the moment Jesus rises from the grave and He himself becomes God’s pure light. With the resurrection of Jesus, light itself is created anew. He draws all of us after him into the new light of the resurrection, through which He conquers all darkness.
Easter is the feast of the new creation. Jesus is Risen and dies no more. He has opened the door to a new life, one that no longer knows illness and death. He has taken us up into God himself. A new dimension has opened up for His people. Creation has become greater and broader.
May this Easter joy shine brightly in our lives, bringing the joy of the Risen Lord to those
around us. Happy Easter!
Fr. John L. Poncini