Archbishop José Gomez has confirmed the appointment of the following religious order pastors:—Salesian Father Juan Francisco Munoz at St. Mary Church, Boyle Heights, effective July 1.—Oblate of Mary Immaculate Father Daniel Santoyo Ramon at Mary Immaculate Church, Pacoima, effective July 1.—Missionary of St. Paul Father Genaro Zavala at Santa Isabel Church, East Los Angeles, effective July 25.—Missionary of St. Paul Father Juan Carlos Greeley Cornejo at Our Lady of Solitude Church, East Los Angeles, effective Aug. 6.—Josephite Father Roger Caesar at St. Brigid Church, Los Angeles, effective Sept. 1.Deacons honored at prayer dayThe Deacon Mission Center Ministry Inc. recently hosted its first Day of Prayer and celebration to honor senior and retired deacons, their wives and widows. The day began with Morning Prayer followed by a period of sharing and reflection on their happiest moments in their many years of volunteer diaconal service. Certificates of recognition were presented to the honorees: Dolores Shea (widow of Deacon Clarke Shea), Kathleen Rivet (widow of Deacon Joseph Rivet), Deacon Emile Adams, Deacon Willard and Emma Hall, Tita Guzman (widow of Deacon Frank Guzman), Kathleen Orth (widow of Deacon Joseph Orth), and Deacons Felix Dumlao and Rodrigo Rodriguez. {gallery width=100 height=100}gallery/2011/0819/localnews/{/gallery}Bob Hurd concert set in OxnardLiturgical composer and theologian Bob Hurd will perform in concert Aug. 19 at Santa Clara Church in Oxnard.A veteran seminary professor of theology in Northern California, Hurd has composed some of the most popular music used in parishes over the past 30 years in a variety of styles, from “In the Breaking of the Bread” and “Pan de Vida” to “Gather Your People” and “Ubi Caritas.”The 7 p.m. concert is free; a love offering will be accepted to support the 126-year-old parish, located at 323 S. E St. in Oxnard. For information, call (805) 469-6293 or email [email protected].SVDP sponsors ‘Family Camp’ near Santa BarbaraHaving hosted more than 1,100 children ages 7-13 at its traditional summer camp sessions, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul’s Circle V Ranch “Family Camp” will be held Aug. 26-28, across from Cachuma Lake in the Santa Ynez Valley. According to Circle V Ranch Camp Director Ray Lopez, “We want to give parents and kids of all ages the chance to experience a three day-two night taste of Circle V fun at Family Camp.” Family Camp activities include hiking, swimming in the new pool, nature walks, archery, arts & crafts, painting, photography, playing games of baseball, basketball, ping pong, foosball, soccer, as well as a new miniature golf course. Fees include six meals, lodging, all activities and supervised fun. Private and shared cabins, as well as traditional canvas tents, are available (prices vary). Circle V Ranch Camp was founded by the SVDP Los Angeles Council in 1945 and has been located on 30 acres in the Los Padres National Forest in Santa Barbara County since 1990. For reservations and payment information, contact the Society of St. Vincent de Paul main office, (323) 224-6213, or Ray Lopez, (805) 688-5252.