Serra Club of Albuquerque
About Serra Club of Albuquerque
Serra Club of Albuquerque supports our priests, seminarians and other religious with prayer, friendship and financial aid throughout the year.
Serrans take their name from the 18th century Franciscan missionary Saint Junipero Serra, well known for beginning a string of California missions. Like Father Serra in his time, the Serrans of today put faith into action. Whether through meetings, vocational programs, or personal involvement in school, parish and diocesan activities, Serrans accept the challenge of finding and encouraging young men and women to become priests and nuns. Saint Serra was canonized in 2015 by Pope Francis during his visit to the United States.
The Serran mission is to foster and affirm vocations to the priesthood and vowed religious life. Serra is a worldwide organization administered by Serra International. The United States Serra Clubs are administered by the US Council.
We welcome members from all parishes in Albuquerque!
We gather at Magdalene Hall at Our Lady of the Annunciation Parish at 2610 Utah, NE, just north of Phoenix (which is north of Menaul) at 6:15 pm on the first Thursday of each month. Some members also attend the 5:30 mass prior to the meeting. We usually have a guest speaker to tell us their story of how they received their calling from God to serve Him. Those who wish to go out to dinner afterwards treat our guests, if they are available to join us. It's always a thoroughly enjoyable evening!!
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Saint Junipero Serra
1713 - 1784
P.O. Box 3971
To foster and affirm vocations to the priesthood and vowed religious life.