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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)

Office Hours

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

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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Pope Francis turns his thoughts to Mexico during Audience

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Wednesday invited the people of Mexico to sing the ‘Guadalupana,’ a traditional hymn to Our Lady of Guadalupe, for the suffering of the nation’s people.

The Holy Father’s remarks came during his greetings to Spanish-speaking pilgrims at the weekly General Audience.

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Pope lights torch for Family Week in Rome at audience

(Vatican Radio)  Pope Francis lit a symbolic torch at his Wednesday General Audience for the 'Week of the Family‘ event to be held by the Diocese of Rome on 2-8 October.

The Holy Father said the flame was a ‘symbol of the love of Roman families and those of the whole world’.

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Pope Francis offers condolences after death of Shimon Peres

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has sent a telegram expressing his “heartfelt condolences” to the people of Israel upon learning of the death of their former President, Shimon Peres. He died on Wednesday at the age of 93.

“I fondly recall my time with Mr Peres at the Vatican and renew my great appreciation for the late President's tireless efforts in favour of peace,” Pope Francis said.

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