Mass Times

   Remember Dispensation from
   the obligation to attend Mass
   continues until further notice.
   The decision to return is yours
   in deciding if the time is right
   for you.

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   Masses

   Weekend Masses
   Saturday
    5:00pm English
    7:00pm Spanish

  Sunday
    8:00am English
  10:30am English

  Week Day Masses
    9:00am Monday
    9:00am Tuesday
    5:30pm Wednesday
    9:00am Thursday

  First Friday Mass
    10:00am 

  First Saturday Mass
    9:00am

Adoration

Adoration Suspended 
until futher notice
 

Daily Mass Readings

Parish Office Hours

Monday ~ Friday
9:30 am to 3:00pm

Ministry News

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What should I do if I don't go to Mass? Coronavirus Dispensation and Prayers

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Remember you do NOT have to have a FACEBOOK Account, click video for past recorded Masses. 


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If you would like to receive "Looking Ahead" (parish online communication) please complete this form.

The Parish will continue are using "Looking Ahead" and the following social media avenues to keep the parish informed. If you are not connected to the parish through these avenues, please update your personal information if you have changed or added your address, email address, cell phone numbers or dropped your home land line, to help keep the Parish Data Base as current as possible. And to keep you informed of events and the latest news.

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In case you missed or would like to review:

Fr Kelly's Presentation on the Sacrament of Reconciliation

Fr Dave explains Understanding Virtues of Trust and the Example of Mary

Fr Kelly's explaining Liturgy of the Hours

Fr Dave’s discussion on Forming Our Conscience and Making Good Moral Decisions with Follow Up Question: What is the Church’s teaching on “birth control”?


We would like to thank you for joining in celebrating Mass with us. We know some of you may not be Catholic. Live streaming is hosting Catholics, non-Catholics, seekers and those who may never attended Mass, ALL are welcome.

My friends, click for some of the most common practices and gestures used during the celebration of the Mass. These  are done with the Catholic community gathered in prayer convey the unity of the Church in its teaching and worship. 

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For those who are curious about the meaning and structure of the Mass the following links may be helpful:

A Walk Through the Mass: A Step-by-Step Explanation printable PDF download
The Mass: Structure and Meaning from the USCCB


In case you could use a couple of pointers in connecting to Facebook.

There are Mass Intention openings during June and the rest of 2020.
If you would like to reserve a Mass Intention please contact Sharon Andrle by email at joesea321@gmail.com 
Please include your phone number and Sharon will call you to make arrangements.


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Litany of St. Joseph    Litany of the Blessed Mother


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