75th anniversary of the current church building + Chicken Dinner on Sat. Night
The Parish Festival is back this year for the first time since 2019! It will be a full day festival, with food, kids games, Bingo, live music, the Festival Raffle and more! Please mark your calendars and tell your friends!
Volunteers are very much needed! See the attachment below that includes more information on how you can help.
To honor Our Lord this Sunday on the Solemnity of His Most Holy Body and Blood, we will have a Corpus Christi procession immediately after the 11am Mass. The procession will begin at the front doors of the church.
Please join us for our annual Divine Mercy Chaplet and Reception. We will pray the Chaplet with Benediction in the church after the 11am Mass. The reception will be immediately following in Giovanni Hall. To RSVP for the reception, please call 916.765.7391.
Holy Thursday through Easter Sunday
Here is our schedule of Masses for the Easter Triduum (Holy Thursday through Easter Sunday).
Begins with Ash Wednesday on Feb. 22
Lent is our annual opportunity to re-focus on the Lord and His call to be closer to Him. It's a time to ask ourselves, "Am I close to the Lord as I should be?" It's a call to repent of our sins, remove the obstacles that keep us from living in His love and turn our lives toward Him through prayer, fasting and almsgiving. So, we encourage you to take advantage of the many opportunities that are available to grow closer to Him.
Lent regulations and guidelines can be found here.
Bishop Soto is asking all the faithful to observe Monday, January 23 as a day of prayer and penance for the violations to the dignity of the human person committed through acts of abortion, and of prayer for full restoration of the legal guarantee of the right to life.
Please join us on Monday, January 23 at 7pm to pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet with Benediction. Bring the entire family for 30 minutes of prayer and adoration to observe this solemn occasion and pray for the unborn.