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Due to the inconveniences of the pandemic, this year our program was different.

Feed the hungry in Santa Clara County: Catholic Charities

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on outreach programs in
Santa Clara county go
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Videos rom the July
12 Zoom Party

Despite the inconveniences
of the pandemic, our
spirit remained active.


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Casa de Clara Catholic Workerprepares to reopen its doors.

January 8, 2022

BASICS Tijuana Ministry is helping Casa de Clara Catholic Worker, a Shelter for unhoused women and children, to open back up after its Covid closure.
Saturday’s project is Landscaping!  Lead by our beloved Mimi Bimi. Come meet us at 10am and help for a few hours to weed, rake, trim, and maybe do some replanting.  Let us know if you can help by emailing us at tjmissions@gmail.com  
Bring tools and gloves if you have them.  We are also repairing the kitchen and updating the bathroom and painting, but that will be another day. We are waiting for the plumber, counter, and shower parts.  Stay tuned for those work days. 

318 N. Sixth St.  in San Jose.  
**Do not park in the grocery store parking lot across the street. They tow!
You can donate for supplies by mailing a check to the Casa de Clara Catholic Worker at the above address or go to their website at sjcw.org

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Frank Fanger25 Years of Volunteer Service

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For the past 25 years, Frank Fanger has poured his heart into serving the poor and marginalized people in Tijuana.  He gained years of experience by leading groups of students from Bellarmine College Preparatory to build simple yet dignified homes for families in need of a shelter. Frank joined forces with the Tijuana Ministry program in 2009, and has served as a trusted construction leader each summer. Frank says that this time building houses is his therapy.  "After a week in Tijuana, I don't need a shrink (therapist) for the whole year.  The man upstairs is my project manager. Using my gifts in service of others is what gives me a sense of true happiness. "