Weekly Reminders-February 6th

Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Chris Miller-Winners of the $10,000 Raffle!!

Thank you to our Casino Committee for a wonderful night!

Steve Corona- Chairman

Cos Trujillo
Jason Christopher
Wayne Carvalho
Adrian and Nicole Lugo
Dan and Veronica Acosta
Lena Quezada
Gil Rivera

Friday, February 10th

9:00 am- JumpRope for Heart

Sunday, February 12th


Jesus tells us in this coming Sunday’s Gospel it is not just our outward actions that make a difference… what is more important is what comes straight from our hearts. What is in our heart is what really matters! We all need share love and receive lanreceiSometimes love makes its demands … we are invited to forgive. As a School and Parish we witness together the love that binds us together as a community and as a Family of Saint Angela Merici. This
weekend is our Monthly Parish-School Eucharist at 9:30 AM.
Since we are so close to Valentine’s Day, we will celebrate … what comes from our heart. Our Second  Grade and Eighth Grade will sponsor this month’s Eucharist. Hearts of Prayer will be distributed and a treat will be shared. Come straight from your heart and support our students and share your love this Sunday as we celebrate our Valentine Parish-School Eucharist at 9:30 AM.

8th and 2nd Grade Families-Sign up HERE

4th, 5th and 6th Grade Choir Needed- Sign up HERE

Brea Centennial Parade and Picnic

Our school will be participating in the Brea Centennial Parade on Saturday, Feb 18th at 10:00 am and picnic. 

Would you like to be part of the parade? Click HERE to sign up NOW

Would you like to help out with the picnic? Click HERE to sign up NOW

We are looking for 4 adults per one hour shift

Centennial Parade



On Saturday, February 18, at 10:00 a.m. the Centennial Parade begins at Birch Street and Associated Road and heads east to Voyager, across from the Brea Sports Park. Beckman Coulter will host public parking at their lot on the southeast corner of Kraemer Boulevard and Birch. (Enter from Imperial Highway on the south as other area streets will be closed that morning.)
Expect to have fun during the parade! Surprises are likely along with the energy of local youth and sports groups, musicians, antique automobiles and international performers. Greet special guests that will include actress Andrea Barber from the Full House and Fuller House television shows as a marshal for the parade. 

A drum line from Brea Olinda High School will introduce catchy percussion for the marchers. The Villa Park High School Band and the USC Trojan Marching Band will turn up the volume with festive sounds during their parade segments. Other crowd favorites will surely be the 501st Legion/Southern California Garrison-Star Wars Re-enactment and the Wells Fargo Stagecoach with its sleek horses.

Centennial Picnic
Non-stop entertainment and activities will make the Brea Centennial Picnic a historic gathering. On Saturday, February 18, the Brea Sports Park becomes the perfect setting for all of the outdoor fun from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. During the festivities, churches from the Brea Ministerial Association will provide hospitality with food booths featuring 1917 prices.
As the community gathers to celebrate a 100 year milestone, the USC Marching Trojan Band will close out the parade and kick off the afternoon. Live musical performances, acrobats, a classic car show, games and a children’s petting zoo will involve all ages in festivities. There will also be several baseball games, including a re-enactment of the legendary Babe Ruth vs. Walter Johnson Brea exhibition match-up that took
place in Brea in 1924.

On stage, entertainers include Surfin’: A Tribute to the Beach Boys, plus the band, Yard Sale, a Brea Fest favorite. Brea’s Korean Sister City will present a daring exhibition of acrobats representing Anseong. Performers for Hanno, Japan will be Taiko Drummers and Lagos de Moreno, Mexico will feature Folklorico. Brea’s Youth Theatre will be onstage and the Brea Gaslight Chorus will roam the Park and add to the musical atmosphere.

The Brea Ministerial Association has coordinated at least fifteen different community based churches to serve food, drinks and treats as well as games, photo booth and a petting zoo. Souvenir merchandise; shirts, caps, magnets and patches, will be available for sale. There will be a opportunity to pick up information about Brea’s unique history and alumni from Brea Olinda High School will be checking in to catch up
with old friends. 

Event guests are encouraged to bring folding lawn chairs or picnic blankets and make themselves comfortable for the afternoon. There will be no on-site parking, however, as a courtesy Beckman Coulter, Inc. has invited attendees to use their lot at the northeast corner of Birch and Kraemer. The Brea Sports Park is located at 3333 East Birch Street.