The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want


Bulletins & Notices

cross_4509c October 4, 2015, Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sept 27, 2015, Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sept. 20. 2015, Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sept. 13, 2015,  Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

2015 Second Collections 
2014 Poinsettia Memorial Masses
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Fr. Emil: “Building The Church”

Mass Intentions, Oct. 3-9, 2015

Saturday 4:30 pm   ✝ Laura Flesher, Gary Leiss; Int. Dolores McGlochlin
Sunday 9:00 am   ✝ Mark Pollacci
Sunday 11:15 am   ✝  Edmund Luiz
Sunday 6:00 pm   ✝ Artemio Martinez
Wednesday 7:00 am  Int. Nancy Wagner
Thursday 7:00 am  ✝ Norma Jean Wend
Friday 7:00 am   ✝ Edmund Luiz

October 4 – St. Francis of Assisi

One of the most beloved saints venerated by the Catholic Church is Francis, born in Assisi, Italy in 1181. A joyful young man, initially he worked with his father as a merchant but soon opted for a life of poverty and sacrifice. With 12 companions he founded the Order of Friars Minor (later called the Franciscans), a new religious family that multiplied so fast that in just 10 years it had over 5,000 members. He later established with St. Clare, the Order of Poor Ladies or Clares. Together with St. Dominic, Francis renewed Christianity during their time through preaching and most importantly through example. While he was praying on the mountain of Verna, during a forty-day fast in preparation for Michaelmas (September 29), Francis is said to have had a vision on or about September 14, 1224, the Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross, as a result of which he received the stigmata. Brother Leo, who had been with Francis at the time, left a clear and simple account of the first definite account of the phenomenon of stigmata. “Suddenly he saw a vision of a seraph, a six-winged angel on a cross. This angel gave him the gift of the five wounds of Christ.” He is the patron saint of Italy.

Celebrate Canonization of Junipero Serra

On September 23, 2015, during his apostolic journey to the U.S., Pope Francis canonized Blessed Junipero Serra at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. Our diocese is celebrating the canonization in each of the seven Missions located throughout the diocese. Everyone is invited and here are some local events:

  • Wednesday, 9/23: Carmel Mission Basilica, Mass at 12 pm followed by live broadcast of Canonization Mass at 1:15 pm in Central Courtyard.
  • Wednesday, 9/23: San Carlos Cathedral, Mass at 7:00 pm
  • Saturday, 9/26: Walking Pilgrimage from San Carlos Cathedral to Carmel Mission. Walk begins at 8:00 am at San Carlos, concluded with Mass at Carmel Mission at 11:00 am.
  • Sunday, 9/27: Carmel Mission Basilica, 11:00 am Mass followed by reception.
  • Saturday, 10/24: Carmel Mission Basilica, Mass at 3:00 pm, followed by reception.