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Congratulations to all our winners!!!
Our Annual Drawing took place on St. Anthony's Feast Day. June 13th, 2021 after our 12PM Mass.
Thank you to all who participated in our Annual Drawing. 

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Mass Celebrations 

We will continue with our outdoor Mass Celebrations when weather permits

on Saturday 5:30PM & Sunday 8AM, 10AM, 12PM

Monday- Saturday 5:30PM Mass celebration will take place inside 

 

Following the same guidelines :

-Limited Seating

-Optional Face Covering

-Maintain Social Distancing

- Encouraged to use hand sanitizer as you arrive

A reminder to please attend only if you are in good health, have not come in contact with people who have tested positive with the virus and have no underlying health conditions.

New Mass Schedule

We will continue with our outdoor Mass Celebrations

with a new Mass Schedule :

Monday- Saturday 5:30PM & Sundays 8AM, 10AM, 12PM

Keeping the same guidelines as Mass celebrations inside:

-Limited Seating

-Must Wear Face covering

-Maintain Social Distancing

- use hand sanitizer as you arrive

A reminder to please attend only if you are in good health, have not come in contact with people who have tested positive with the virus and have no underlying health conditions.

We will keep you informed as we get more information.

Thank you for your patience and understating.

Update on our Mass Celebrations

 

Following new safety guidelines of our Diocese & government effective Wednesday July 15th, 2020 We will not be able to celebrate Mass indoors.

We are working on arranging things so we may be able to celebrate Mass outside beginning 07/15/2020.

We will continue with our new Mass Schedule:

Monday- Saturday 6:30PM & Sundays 8AM, 10AM, 12PM

Keeping the same guidelines as Mass celebrations inside:

-Limited Seating

-Must Wear Face covering

-Maintain Social Distancing

- use hand sanitizer as you arrive

A reminder to please attend only if you are in good health, have not come in contact with people who have tested positive with the virus and have no underlying health conditions. We will keep you informed as we get more information.

Thank you for your patience and understating.

Catholic Charities is Providing 

Emergency Food Distribution

Catholic Charities is teaming up with parishes across our Diocese to provide

drive-thru pantry pick up locations and home -delivered food packages for those experiencing food insecurities in the community. 

If you are in need of a food or you know someone who is, please visit the links below and click on the parish location near you. 

Our Parish is helping with Food Distribution for those with any of the following zip codes: 91950, 91951, 92136, 92139, 92149 click on link down below to register. 

Latest information from San Diego Diocese
Response to COVID-19 (updated 3/21)

In compliance with the Governor’s Executive Order asking all Californians to “shelter in place,” all parishes and schools of the diocese in San Diego and Imperial Counties will remain closed until further notice.

As a diocese, we strongly support these recommendations and defer to the opinion of health experts. This is not a challenge to our Catholic beliefs. On the contrary, we respect the science and want no part of putting the health of our fellow parishioners or their families at risk.

The following restrictions and cancellations are in place until the COVID-19 emergency is over:

  1. Mass cannot be celebrated publicly in any form or place.

  2. Baptisms which cannot be postponed, must be private and include only members of the immediate family.

  3. Rites for the dead are limited to interment services at the cemetery with less than ten people; funeral masses will be postponed until COVID-19 has been contained.

  4. Confirmation and First Communions will be rescheduled when the public health emergency is over.

  5. There can be no communion services or liturgy of the word.

  6. Communal anointing and reconciliation services are prohibited.

  7. Weddings are to be postponed, or to take place with less than ten people.

  8. Quinceaneras must be postponed.

  9. The Easter sacraments usually given to those participating in the RCIA will be postponed to Pentecost.

  10. The Chrism Mass will be celebrated by the Bishops and the oils delivered to the deans’ parish offices.

  For latest news from our diocese please visit www.sdcatholic.org 

 

A message to our community 

Bishop Robert W. McElroy made the very difficult decision of suspending the public celebration of Mass in the Diocese of San Diego.

Effective Monday,March 16th, 2020 no public daily or weekend Masses will be held until further notice. This is in compliance to Governor Newsom's executive order encouraging everyone to "Stay Home" in order to protect the health of our entire community.

 

Furthermore Bishop McElroy has granted to all Catholics in the Diocese of San Diego dispensation from the obligation from Sunday Mass during the coming weeks. 

 

God has given us powerful gifts of technology that can be used for His Glory!

One of the ways that we will continue to be connected is by live streaming Mass thru our social media. You can also stream Sunday Masses celebrated by priests and bishops of our diocese in English, Spanish and Vietnamese every week thru our diocesan website at www.sdcatholic.org

We encourage everyone to stay home; only going out when essentials are needed and continue praying for the health and safety of all.