Holy Day Schedule
Friday, December 8 - the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception - is a Holy Day of Obligation.
Church Repair Project New Location for Mass
The church on Maze Blvd will be closed for a year while undergoing repair. Please take note of the new location for Mass.
Weekend Mass Schedule: Saturday 5:00pm (709 J St), Sunday 8:00am (709 J St), Sunday 10:00am (709 J St)
|Saturday Vigil (English)||5:00pm||J Street|
|Saturday Vigil (Spanish)||7:00pm||J Street|
|Sunday (English)||8:00am, 10:00am||J Street|
|Sunday (Spanish)||12:00pm, 2:00pm||Community Ctr|
|Sunday (Spanish)||7:00pm||J Street|
|Monday – Friday (English)||12:10pm||J Street|
|Monday – Friday (Spanish)||8:00am||J Street|
Confessions at Church on J Street
Other times by appointment.
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From the Clergy
Another day of Thanksgiving11-26-2023 | Fr. Adrian
This November 23rd we celebrate “Thanksgiving Day”, a very significant event in the United States. Let's remember some history: The celebration dates back to 1621, according to historians, after a painful winter where many English colonists lost their lives, it seems that the miracle of life became a reality. Thanks to a “Good Harvest” the inhabitants of Plymouth in the company of the Wampanoag natives were able to share food. Over time the celebration was forgotten and was later recovered during the time of President George Washington, likewise Lincoln gave it great importance.
Today the celebration takes on a lot of relevance for North American society. I think it is convenient to highlight the VALUES and Richness of said commemoration:Read More
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