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Send in your pledge for the Annual Catholic Appeal. Your pledges help us reach our Parish goal and aid the Faith Formation of our children and youth, the retirement and care of our Franciscan Friars, and the mission of our Social Outreach programs. If you haven’t already completed your pledge for 2022, click here to donate and for more information. Remember, these donations can be given throughout the year to fulfill your commitment and anything we collect beyond our goal is returned back to the parish. Thank you for your generosity
We would like to thank everyone who made our new altar platform possible. This addition, which was designed by Ralph Brienza, has enriched our place of worship with a more permanent place for the altar.
Did You Know: Our Parish Office has extended its Saturday hours from 8 am to 12:00 p.m. Drop by to register for the parish, arrange for a mass card, or sign up in person for any of our Lenten events and opportunities.
Our full Ash Wednesday schedule is available here and in our Parish bulletin. The Masses on Ash Wednesday will all be in the Serra Center.
If you are attending the 12 noon Mass, please use the Mission Parking Lot to park. This prevents running into traffic from Scholarship Prep school’s early dismissal.
During Lent, join us for prayer, reflection, and study.
Saturday, March 5 is our parish Lenten Day of Recollection at 8:30 am in Serra Center. Br. Moises Gutierrez, OFM, Ph.D. will present The Eucharist: A Call to Communion. Please sign up before Tuesday, March 1. Click here to signup through our website.
Solemnity of Saint Joseph, husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary: Mass for St. Joseph will be celebrated on Saturday, March 19, 2022, at 8:00 AM. Giving food to the needy is a Saint Joseph’s Day custom, which our parish follows by donating baked goods for our St. Joseph’s Table. Parishioners purchase baked goods and the funds raised are given to the poor. St. Joseph’s Table Bakers Wanted! Your baked donations are needed to sell at our St. Joseph’s Table. Click here to sign up for information and instructions for COVID-friendly packaging.
Seriously, God? Making Sense of Life Not Making Sense. When someone loses their job or gets sick, life and God’s plan don’t make sense and we end up feeling hurt and angry. In these sessions, Fr. Sam Nasada, OFM explores taking each circumstance we face as a chance to learn more about God. Click here to signup online.
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