Tag Archives: St. Vincent Pallotti Catholic Church

St. Vincent’s Ballet Folklorico Presents’Viva Mexico’ Aug. 20

VIVA MEXICOWhat: St. Vincent Pallotti Catholic Church’s Ballet Folklorico presents “Viva Mexico” under the direction of Alvaro MunozWhen: 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 20Where: Paramount Theater,Tickets: Adults $20, Children under 10 years, $10; For ticket information contact St. Vincent Church (Monica Mayes) 325-672-1794 or Alvaro Munoz 214-214-1898About: “Viva Mexico” features traditional Mexican dances from the enchanted land of Los Concheros, Michoacan,

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Community Las Posadas at St. Vincent

Community Las PosadasWhen: 6-8 p.m. Monday, Dec. 20Where: St. Vincent Pallotti Catholic Church, 2525 Westview DriveAdmission: Free, pubic invitedDetails: Event will include traditional reenactment of the journey of Joseph and Mary to find a place to give birth to Jesus, followed by Ballet Folklorico performance, mariachi band, raffle, vendor booths More information: Contact Aida Pantoja for more information or to

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Ballet Folklorico Leads 16 de Septiembre Festivities

St. Vincent 16 de Septiembre celebrationThursday, Sept. 166 p.m.–parade from St. Vincent Pallotti Catholic Church to Sears Park6:45 p.m.–Festivities at Sears Park, including Ballet Folklorico, mariachi band, and moreAll events are free, and the public is invited16 de Septiembre celebrations honor Mexico’s independence from Spain in 1810. Sept. 16 is believed to be the day that a cry for independence

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Celebrate St. Vincent’s Ballet Folklorico at The Paramount

Mi Tierra MexicanaWhat: Traditional dances from five regions of MexicoWhen: 7 p.m. Aug. 21; 6 p.m. Aug. 22Where: Paramount Theater, 352 Cypress St.Who: St. Vincent Pallotti Catholic Church Ballet Folklorico, directed by Alvaro Munoz; special music by Mariachi Alma Mexicana of San AngeloDetails: Masks are requiredTickets: Adults $15; children under age 10 $8; some tickets will be available at the

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‘Let’s Talk With Lydia’ Ending at St. Vincent Pallotti Church

Editor’s Note: The following article by Loretta Fulton first was published in the West Texas Angelus, the newspaper of the Catholic Diocese of San Angelo. By Loretta Fulton Every priest serving St. Vincent Pallotti Catholic Church in Abilene since 1985 has at one time or another said the same words when confronted with an issue that needed a decision. “Let’s

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