As you know, we have been broadcasting Masses live over the Internet. We would like to be able to use YouTube for our live broadcasts, as more people are familiar with it; but YouTube requires that we have a minimum of 1,000 subscribers to our account before we can broadcast live. Please consider helping us reach this number. Click here to open our channel and then just click the red button that says “subscribe” to help us reach our goal. Thanks for helping us!
Our date to reopen Public Masses is June 13-14, the Feast of Corpus Christi. Wondering what changes to expect? The Diocese of San Diego has released a video to help us get started called WE CAN'T WAIT TO SEE YOU and with Spanish subtitles. Keep watching us on social media and our newsletters to stay up to date. While we wait for further instructions from the Diocese of San Diego, we continue to pray for all the sick and those who are recovering.
During this crisis, we are linked together as a people of faith, the Body of Christ. Turning to our Lord Jesus for hope and comfort, let us use the gift of live-streaming to gather together in our homes, uniting in prayer as one community. Masses at Mission San Luis Rey Parish are only available online via Live-Streaming on Wednesdays at 12 noon (English), Thursdays at 7 pm (Spanish), Sundays at 10 am (English), and Sundays at 12 noon (Spanish). If you missed the live-stream, a recording is available of the latest masses. Daily Video Reflections on the Gospel are available on our Parish Facebook Page.
Due to the statewide stay-at-home order, our Parish Offices and Parish Chapel are closed until further notice. The Mission Church, Mission, and Cemetery are also closed. Our Parish Food Pantry in Loretto House is open to the public on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 am to 2 pm for emergency food assistance. To support the food pantry, click here to purchase from our Amazon Wishlist! Items can be donated and shipped directly to Mission San Luis Rey Parish to help local families in need, or monetary donations can be made through the parish donations link.
Our Franciscan priests, brothers, and the staff of the Parish and Mission are keeping all of you and our world in prayer during these challenging times.
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