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Weekday and Weekend Mass Schedule

Saturday - Sabado:

5:00 PM Vigil | 7:00 PM Spanish
Sunday - Domingo: 8:00 AM |10:00 AM English
12:00 PM Spanish |5:00 PM English | 7:00 PM Spanish
Monday - Friday: 8:30 AM
Lunes a Viernes 12:00 PM - Espanol
Wednesday - Miercoles: 6:00 PM August - May (follows Public School Calendar)

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Mon - Fri: 9am - 5pm

Religious Education Registration 2016-17 and Calendar

Please click here for registration information for 2016-17 which includes First Communion and Confirmation.  You must re-register EACH year for formation.

Link for Confirmation Photos


Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 9:00 AM to 12:00 Midnight

Thursday 9am to Saturday 8am

Benediction Every Friday night at 7:45pm in the chapel.

Holy Hour Every First Friday of the month in the church..  


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Vatican News

Pope Francis meets Rome's first female mayor, Virginia Raggi

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis had a private meeting in the Vatican on Friday with Rome’s newly elected mayor, Virginia Raggi of the ‘5 Star Movement’.

The 37 year old lawyer is the youngest person ever to head Rome’s City Council, as well as the first female mayor of the Eternal City.

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English summary of Pope Francis' catechesis, Thursday's Special Jubilee Audience

(Vatican Radio) On Thursday, Pope Francis held a Special Jubilee Audience, using the text of Matthew 25:35-36 as a launching point. He said that mercy is not an abstraction or a lifestyle but concrete and practical.

The English language summary of the Holy Father's catechesis follows:

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Pope at Audience: it’s one thing to talk mercy, another to live it

(Vatican Radio) Today the Lord invites us to make a serious examination of conscience, Pope Francis said Thursday at a special Jubilee audience at St Peter’s Square in Rome. It’s one thing to talk mercy but quite another to live it, he said. Mercy is not an abstraction or a lifestyle and, paraphrasing the words of St James the Apostle, mercy without works is dead in itself.

Listen to Alexander MacDonald's report:

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