Mass Times

Daily Mass

Monday, Wednesday & Friday – 12:15 pm

Weekend Masses

Saturday Vigil: 5:00 pm
Sunday Liturgies: 8:30 am, 10:00 am, Spanish 11:30 pm

Mass Schedule for Christmas 2019:
Tuesday, December 24th – Vigil Mass 5:00 pm (English) Vigil Mass 7:00 pm (Bilingual)

Wednesday, December 25th – Christmas Mass – 10:00 am (English)

Holy Day Liturgies

12:15 Noon & 7:00 pm

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Every Friday 11:00 am -12:00 pm

Faith Formation Classes

K-5th Sunday 9:45 – 11:15 am
6th – 8th Wednesday 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Office Hours 9:00-1:30 pm, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Closed Tuesday

Spiritual Opportunities

75th Anniversary Parish Picnic Sunday, May  19th from 1:00 – 5:00 pm at the Parish Center Please sign up now if you plan to attend.  FREE! Bulletin Insert_picnic MayPicnic signup

This Gospel shows how many people look at suffering. At the time of Jesus and sometimes today, people tend to associate suffering with committing sin. They think that if a…

In today’s Gospel we meet Jesus at prayer in the company of Peter, James and John. In this experience of prayer, the disciples perceive him in an intimate union with…

We are at the beginning of the public life of Jesus. At his baptism he received the Holy Spirit and heard the Father declare him to be Beloved Son. Soon…

Today we read the last of Jesus’ Sermon on the Plain’ Coming to the end of the speech, a good speaker will try to sum up and underline what is…

The Gospel of today continues the Sermon on the Plain. The challenge is to love differently from what is the normal way of loving. The world invites people to love…

In Lk 6:12-16, Jesus spent a full night in prayer and then called twelve men from among his disciples, whom he called ‘apostles’, the sent ones. Luke will use the…

Today’s Gospel follows the experience of Jesus in Nazareth that we read the past two Sundays. There he was first admired but later on rejected by his people (Lk 4:16-30)….

10/27/2019 Two selections from the two different chapters have been put together in today’s Gospel. The first is from the introduction to the entire Gospel (Lk 1:1-4) where Luke says…