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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 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

Final preparations for WYD in Krakow

(Vatican Radio) The final preparations are underway in Krakow for World Youth Day which begins on the 26th of July. While the city prepares for Pope Francis, the finishing touches are being made to many of the areas the Pope will visit over the course of the celebration. Dorata Abdelmoula is the spokesperson for World Youth Day (WYD) in Krakow and spoke to Lydia O’Kane.


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Pope reflects on Lord's Prayer in Angelus address

(Vatican Radio) In his Angelus address on Sunday, Pope Francis focused on Jesus’ teaching on prayer, from the day’s Gospel.

When the Apostles asked the Lord to teach them to pray, Jesus responded, “When you pray, say ‘Father…’” This word, “Father,” the Pope said, is the “secret” of the prayer of Jesus – “it is the key that He Himself gives us so that we too can enter into that relationship of confidential dialogue with the Father.”

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Telegram for victims of Munich attack

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis expressed his condolences for the victims of the attack that took place in Munich on Friday.

In a telegram addressed to Cardinal Reinhard Marx, the Archbishop of Munich, Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin said Pope Francis “shares in the pain of the survivors and expresses to them his closeness in suffering,” and “entrusts the departed, in prayer, to the mercy of God.”

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