thoughts on Lent

Lent is the favorable time to revive our relationships with God and others, and especially learn to know, accept and trust God. A meeting with oneself, to review and redirect life. It's a time to discern, to make decisions, to question where I'm going and with whom. And in this “with whom” I would have

A Prayer for Today

Lord, You know well what is in my heart. In your hands I put all that I am and all that I have. To you I entrust all my plans and fears, all my laughter and my tears, I know very well that you will never abandon me, but grant me the hope I need

From our Priest In Charge: Ayúdame Señor, a pensar menos en mi y A abrir espacios en mi corazón para que los puedas ocupar Tú y mis hermanos. En fin, mi Señor Jesus, Dame la gracia de ir adquiriendo poco a poco Un corazón manso, humilde, paciente y bueno. Cristo Jesús, manso y humilde

Note from the Office Manager: Father Rafael often posts thought-provoking statements on facebook. Although he posts in Spanish, facebook translates them into English. I will be sharing some of these statements every week. Here is one for today: Religion is the moral virtue that inclines man to give God due respect, honor and worship as

Christmas Services

Saturday, December 24, Christmas Eve Services at 5:30 & 10:30 p.m. English, 7:30 p.m. Spanish Sunday, December 25, Christmas Day Usual Sunday schedule, 930 a.m. English service, 11:30 a.m. Spanish service

Reflection of the Week

Holy is not the one who never sins, but the one who repents and reconciles, changes and with the strength of God does not do it again. Holiness does not consist in never making mistakes or sinning . "Holiness grows with the capacity for conversion, repentance, availability to start over, and above all with

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