• Daily Readings

    These daily readings are intended as an aid for daily prayer and meditation and are updated daily.

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  • Fall Festival

    Join us for our biggest community event of the year and enjoy live music, games, rides, food, drinks and bingo! Festival Hours Friday: 4:00pm –10:00pm Saturday: 12:00am –10:00pm Sunday 12:00am –9:00pm Volunteers: On-Line Sign Up is “LIVE” The size and magnitude of the Festival is impressive but what is truly inspiring is that the Festival is run 100% by volunteers! Volunteering is a wonderful way to get involved and build relationships with other parishioners. We encourage all families, individuals, groups, teens and kids with a parent to sign up for at least one shift over the weekend. If you can’t work the weekend of the Festival we are in need of volunteers for pre-festival set up the week leading up to the event or tear down/clean up on … Continue reading

  • Church Renovation News

    Many parishioners have asked me when the Church Renovation will begin. My typical response has been, “When we have the money.” Well we are getting one step closer. We would like to have a Capital Campaign to help continue to raise the funds needed for the Church Renovation. In order to do this the Diocese of Orange requires us to conduct a Feasibility Study. So over the next six weeks you will be contacted. Please assist those who will be helping with this Study so we can get approved for the Capital Campaign. Thank you for all you do for our parish

  • Physician-Assisted Suicide

    California Crosses an Unwelcomed Threshold with Legalization of Physician-Assisted Suicide The California Catholic Conference of Bishops, comprised of Bishops from the two archdioceses and 10 dioceses of California, issued the following statement on the legalization of physician-assisted suicide on June 9, 2016: Every human being possesses inherent dignity, which deserves our respect. Each of us should feel loved, worthy and cared for at every moment of our lives, especially when our earthly journey is nearing its end. What some mistakenly consider a newfound “freedom,” will inevitably become a duty for others. By allowing doctors to prescribe a lethal dose of drugs to their patients, California is embarking on a dangerous course. This new law will place the disabled, the elderly and other vulnerable people at risk for abuse … Continue reading

Father's Corner

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, On this 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time the Gospel passage comes from Luke 16:19-31. The belief during that time in Israel was that if you were rich it was a sign that you were blessed by God. If you were poor, you were not. Jesus turned this belief completely around. Lazarus, the poor man who suffered while living in this world, after dying was carried away by angels and placed in the arms of Abraham in eternal life. The rich man wore fine linen and purple garments. He ate sumptuous meals but did not share any of this with the poor man. When the rich man died he was in torment. But being used to giving orders to others, the rich man … Continue reading

Building Our Future, Building Our Faith

Find out the latest information on what's happening and what's next and all of the ways that we are Building Our Future, Building Our Faith. ... Continue reading