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Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Easter Bunny Helpers Wanted!

Easter Bunny Helpers Wanted! 

This Sat. 8:30am deliver sack lunches to the homeless. Who can help? Call (310) 595-4175 or RSVP below . . .

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Rich Red Roses!

The Blessed Mother granted two rich red roses in today’s prayer garden each representing in total the $2 million needed this week to establish the St. Joseph’s Inn!

Thursday, April 12, 2018

A Room at the Inn!

Coming soon, the St. Joseph’s Inn by the Servants of the Father of Mercy! The first time in 2000 years that St. Joseph and the Holy Family will receive an inn. Also, the first time in 2000 years of Church history that a chapel and church space is named after God the Father of Mercy!

Monday, April 9, 2018

Our Dear Homeless Brothers Hard at Work

Since about sunset today, our dear homeless brothers Nick and Cody are playfully at work watering the prayer garden and washing down the driveway late into the evening hours at Servants of the Father of Mercy homeless supplies warehouse and chapel..  

Their dinner included homemade Italian lasagna, fresh made ham salad sandwiches stacked high with Romaine lettuce, crunchy honey crisp apples and refreshing cold soda waters lightly flavored with fruit juice!

Sunday, April 8, 2018

Spring Retreat!

MAY 25 - 27, 2018

Reserve Now to Attend in the Comments Below!
A Three-Day Retreat at the Siena Prayer Center, 1931 Poli Street, Ventura, CA 93001 . . .

Overnight accommodations available for out of towners!

Includes all meals, snacks and retreat!

Monsignor Liam Kidney returns this year as our retreat's spiritual guide.  Join him and us for a lifetime of spiritual wealth and inspiration!

Take the 101 to Ventura, CA.  Exit Seaward Ave. in downtown Ventura. Go east 4 stop lights. Take a left on Main Street. The next block to the right is Santa Cruz, (just past Mai’s Café). Go right on Santa Cruz Street. The street dead ends, drive straight ahead, 1931 Poli St. Enter the parking lot and drive to the right, circle back behind the buildings. Park in the back, Siena House of Prayer is on your left. 

Or arrive by Amtrak, just minutes away!

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Easter Song

May the peace and joy of Christ's poverty that was born in a barn and left Him homeless in a borrowed and empty tomb be yours as you watch our inspirational movie-short "Easter Song" at
In His emptiness and homelessness, God highly exalted Him and bestowed upon Him the name above every name, that at the name of Jesus every knee will bow in heaven and on earth and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord!  

Donate to our 80,000 + homeless family alms of compassion at Thank you and may God bless you!  Bro. Joseph +

Monday, April 2, 2018

Celebrate Easter - All 50 Days to Pentecost!

It’s not too late (Easter is 50 days until Pentecost) to make homemade Italian Easter bread and wow your taste buds, family and friends! Help 80,000 homeless family by ordering the book today at! (You will also receive a free eBook!)


OK the page number for grandma's and my Aunt Sarah's Easter bread: The recipe is in St. Joseph Table Cookbook page 78. I just made 1/2 recipe and it worked very well by cutting the ingredients in half, making six "smedium" loaves of bread. I did increase the Anise and I added a little orange liqueur Grand Marnier.

To make the dough rise I warmed the rising bowl before using it and used hot water but not too hot to kill the yeast and I warm the oven to 175° and turned it off and let the bread rise covered in the oven for about one hour.  Right before baking, be sure to beat one egg and brush the tops for a nice glaze. It is not necessary to braid with Easter eggs.

You can do it without the hard-boiled eggs in the picture! Also, you do not have to braid, just form into loaves and place in bread pans or shape round loafs on greased cookie sheets.


One half recipe fits very well in a home-style Kitchen Aid Mixer, letting the dough hook do all the work for you.  If you make 1/2 recipe kneading by hand is easier too, much less work than making the whole 5 pounds of flour.  But if you have helpers or young at heart, go for it!

P.S.  Remember, the Servants of the Father of Mercy is an IRS 501 ( c ) 3 California Corporation, Tax Exempt, Nonprofit and Association of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.  Mail donations to Servants, 1544 Morse Avenue, Suite A, Ventura, CA 93003