From the Diocese of Stockton regarding Leo Suarez
The Diocese of Stockton has become aware that Mr. Leo Suarez, formerly a priest of the Diocese but now dismissed from the clerical state, is celebrating Masses and Quinceañeras in private homes and halls in the Diocese of Stockton. The Christian faithful are advised not to participate in these events or any ministry outside the parish church, even if performed by a priest once ordained for the Diocese of Stockton, because it ruptures their communion with the Catholic Church and may, in some circumstances, result in the invalid administration of a sacrament.
|Saturday Vigil (English)||5:00pm||Maze Blvd|
|Saturday Vigil (Spanish)||7:00pm||Maze Blvd|
|Sunday (English)||8:00am, 10:00am||Maze Blvd|
|Sunday (Spanish)||12:00pm, 2:00pm & 7:00pm||Maze Blvd|
|Monday – Friday (English)||12:10pm||J Street|
|Monday – Friday (Spanish)||8:00am||J Street|
Confessions at Church on Maze Blvd.
Other times by appointment.
Daily Masses at 709 J St, Modesto CA 95354 ✟ Sunday Masses at 1200 Maze Blvd, Modesto CA 95351
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From the Clergy
Talk of Resurrection03-26-2023 | Deacon José
We are approaching the end of Lent, and already the readings for this 5th Sunday anticipate us and speak to us about the resurrection.
In the Gospel Jesus raised Lazarus not to give a show of his power, but so that his contemporaries would believe in the resurrection. The raising of Lazarus is a foretaste of the resurrection of Jesus himself and of ours. Jesus raised Lazarus from natural death and Lazarus had to die again, but he will rise once more to eternal life; that is the promise of Jesus (John 11:24-26). Jesus will resurrect all of us who believe in Him to eternal life, that is our faith and hope of all of us who believe in Jesus.Read More
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