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USA Council of Serra International

The United States is divided into 14 regions established by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, and adopted by the National Conference of Diocesan Vocation Directors.

Today, there are over 13,000 Serrans in 326 Serra Clubs in the United States.


Our Goals

Serrans' special work is to foster vocations to the priesthood and religious life:

  • By offering affirmation to those who already serve the church
  • By encouraging new church vocations through prayer, education, and collaboration with their bishops and church vocation offices
  • By striving to become a university of christian principles that responds to Pope John Paul's challenge to "prove it possible to live the Sermon on the Mount with all the radicalism it entails"

Our Mission

The Serra Clubs of the Galveston-Houston (Texas) Diocese have been recognized by the Archdiocese as the conduit between the Vocation Office and the individual parishes.

Membership Eligibility

Anyone who is Catholic, and wishes to join the Bay Area Serra Club is eligible for membership. You may use email to have someone contact you if you wish to join, or require more information. Be sure to include your telephone number and the best time to call.

Meetings

Meetings are held on the fourth Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at Mary Queen Church, 606 Cedarwood, Friendswood. Officers' meetings are held on the second Thursdays. Changes are noted in the yearly schedule. Click here for driving directions and a map.

Club Roster — District 10, Club 656

Officers

President Richard Eckelkamp
President Elect Bob Brezina
V.P. Programs Debbie Clark
V.P. Vocations Helen Drab-Stigant
V.P. Membership Eric Lewis
V.P. Communications Adela Castro
Treasurer Richard Banke
Secretary Myra Banke
Chaplain Fr. Jim Courville
1st Year Trustee Rodney Preuit
2nd Year Trustee Melba Porteau
3rd Year Trustee Juanita Solis

Members

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Adams, Wade Mary, Queen LeCompte, Mary St. John the Baptist
Arredondo, Eli Mary Queen Lewis, Eric Mary Queen
Babin, Virginia Mary Queen Lewis, Mary St. John the Baptist
Banke, Myra St. Paul Martinex, Omar Mary Queen
Banke, Richard St. Luke Merrifield, Margarita Mary Queen
Bejarano, Frank St. Paul Pourteau, Melba Mary Queen
Bejararno, Margaret St. Paul Preuit, Rodney Mary Queen
Brezina, Bob Mary Queen Rao, Luke Mary Queen
Brezina, Mary Mary Queen Rao, Vita Ann Mary Queen
Burns, Robert N Mary Queen Reyes, Yolanda Mary Queen
Castro, Adela Mary Queen Riebschlaeger, Daniel St. Hyacinth
Clark, Debbie Mary, Queen Riebschlaeger, Sybil Mary Queen
Clary, William Mary Queen Ruiz de Martinez St. Helen

Cole, Bill

Mary Queen Rumford, Bob St. Bernadette
Cole, Ann Mary Queen Rumford, Karen St.Bernadette
Descant, Ann St. Helen Saxon, Anne St.Bernadette
Drab-Stigant, Helen St. Helen Schrader, Jerry St. Helen
Eckelkamp, Richard Mary Queen Smaistrla, Shirley MaryQueen
Eckelkamp, Christine Mary Queen Solis, Juanita MaryQueen
Hartman, Edward Mary, Queen Stryk, Alfred Mary Queen
Healy, Annette St. Helen Stryk, David Mary Queen
Healy, Tim St. Helen Stryk, Rhonda Mary Queen
Heeb, Mary Katherine Mary Queen Thompson, Virginia Mary, Queen
Hilley, Linda Mary Queen Wrinkle, Doug Mary, Queen
Johnson, Debbie St. Helen Fr. Carl James Courville Chaplain
Johnson, Rick St. Helen    
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In Memoriam, Fr. Walter Sheffield

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