News and Events

Maryhouse Advent Giving Tree goes virtual this year

Our annual Maryhouse Advent Giving Tree will be virtual this year.  Please pick an item or items from the list below.  Donations can be dropped off in the collection bins in the parking lot before and after the weekend masses starting the weekend of December 5 & 6.

Free, online resources to make this Advent your best yet

Advent begins this coming Sunday. Here are some free online resources to help you prepare to celebrate Christ’s first coming (Christmas) and to direct your mind & heart to await Christ’s Second Coming. We'll have all of these resources posted on the parish website as well. Praying for a blessed & fruitful Advent for all of you!  

Thanks to Knights of Columbus for fence painting

We want to thank Knights of Columbus # 953 members who recently painted the Rectory driveway gate. The work was done over two weekends this month.  Photos of the Knights and their work can be viewed here. We're very thankful for their efforts!

Fireworks booth needs your help at City Council

Comments needed for meeting on Tue. Nov. 17
As you know, one of the main fundraisers that our parish has carried out annually is our Fireworks booth.  You may also recall that in September of this year, the City of Sacramento was considered banning ALL fireworks within the City.  While your comments at that time served to re-focus the City Council's efforts on illegal fireworks, the Council is now considering an amendment to the Safe and Sane exception to shorten the days of sale/use.  This would negatively impact the funds we can raise at our Fireworks booth.

Update - new Mass schedule, livestream only

Holy Communion available after Masses
Bishop Jaime Soto has instructed the pastors and administrators of the parishes in the Diocese that are in the COVID-19 Purple tier to make special arrangements to provide spiritual care to the parishioners following the county and state regulations.

Blessing of the animals this Sunday

The Blessing of the Animals on the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi will take place this Sun. Oct. 4 at 12pm in front of the church. All animals are welcome but they must be properly secured (on a leash, in a cage, etc.) for their safety and the safety of all the other participants.