News and Events

Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) - Revised Schedule

At this time, Confessions will be heard in St. Joseph's Garden on the following days and times: Tuesdays: 9:00 am to 9.30 am Wednesdays: 9:00 am to 9.30 am Fridays : 9:00 am to 9.30 am Saturdays: 7:00 pm to 7.30 pm Please wait outside the Garden gate until your turn comes. There should only be one penitent at a time inside the Garden. Masks are required.

Message to the Faithful from Bishop Soto

Letter addresses revised restrictions
Earlier today, Bishop Jaime Soto addressed a Message to the Faithful of the Diocese of Sacramento. This is in regards yesterday's announcement by the Governor that has placed revised restrictions on churches and houses of worship. There is a PDF version of the letter at the bottom of this message (click into the message for the link).The text of the letter is also available on the Diocese' website in both English and Spanish .

Letter from Fr. Joseph

As you may have heard, Fr. Joseph will be departing for his new assignment this week. Please Dear loving parishioners of St. Mary's, How are you all? I hope and wish that all of you be protected and supported by the Divine Providence always and especially during this terrible season of COVID PANDEMIC. My humble prayers for you and all your beloved ones for your wellbeing and for a happy and meaningful life.

5 Main Things to know coming back to Mass at St. Mary’s

Quick reminders as we return
Here are 5 Main Things to know coming back to Mass at St. Mary’s:

Retirement Parade for Laura Allen

Ms. Laura Allen, long-time principal at St. Mary School, is retiring. Next Friday evening there will be a retirement parade in her honor. Parade will form on the M Street side and drive into parking lot. All are to remain in cars. Cars can be decorated with retirement good wishes or have good wishes on posters.

Opening for public Masses

Know before you go
WELCOME HOME! St. Mary’s is excited to welcome back our parish family beginning this June 8 for the celebration of Mass. Public Masses have been permitted to resume with a few modifications for enhanced safety during this time. Below are the five main things you’ll want to know before you go.