• Youth Retreats
Update
  • Don't forget your summer stewardship contribution.  St. Mark depends on you even while you are on vacation.

  • The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick is celebrated after the 6:30am Mass on the third Thursday of the month and on the first Monday after the 6:30pm Mass.

  • The Quilters are looking for more members.  No experience needed, just a desire to learn and have fun.  See the bulletin for details. 
  • Pray for our youth.  They will be on their Teen ACTS Retreat this weekend.
  • Spend an hour in Eucharistic Adoration this week.
  • Do you need daycare services for your little one?  The St. Mark Daycare is open and accepting children.

 

REGISTRATION

Registration is underway for the 2014-2015 is now available ONLINE for Preschool, Elementary, Middle School EDGE and High School LifeTeen sessions.  You can register more than one child with the form. 

 


 

 Click the image below to access the online registration tool.  For questions call Donna Scalia at 494-7434.

 

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Our Mission

To spread the good news of Jesus Christ to all God's people by word and action.

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1602 Thousand Oaks Drive
San Antonio, TX 78232
210-494-1606
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Stewardship Reflections

July 6, 2014

Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time


God is with us! The prophet Zechariah exhorted the people to rejoice because their king and Savior was coming with an everlasting kingdom. St. Paul explained to the Romans that our lives can be lived in the Spirit, if the Spirit of God dwells within us. The Spirit enables us to live for the kingdom rather than following our human desires. We receive God's Spirit through the intercession of Jesus Christ, who reveals the Father's love to us. In God, we live in peace, for his strength and mercy sustain us. The love of God becomes apparent when we freely share it with one another. May our lives be an example of love and bring comfort to those in need.