Our Catholic community welcomes all to encounter Christ, experience His merciful love, and form true disciples
He is Risen! Alleluia!
Jesus said to her (Martha), “I am the resurrection and the life; the one who believes in me will live, even if he dies; and everyone who lives and believes in Me will never die. Do you believe this?”
This passage epitomizes what we have been through during this pandemic. We have been tried, tested, and challenged. As a result, the light of our faith seemed to flicker and threatened to be extinguished. Like Martha, during this unprecedented time, we felt as if something salient was taken away from us. There were times that we were not able to do the things we loved doing, i.e., celebrating Mass with our parish family. We missed personal interactions with our fellow parishioners, even with our
immediate family for that matter.
However, there is a saying that goes, “After the rain, there’s a rainbow; after a storm, there’s calm; after the night, there’s morning; and after an end, there’s a new beginning and renewed hope. He is the Morning Star that never sets. He is the new light who undimmed the darkness of sin and death. He is Risen! Alleluia!
On behalf of Fr. Cleetus, the deacons and the Parish Staff, I invite all of you to celebrate the Sacred Triduum with us. Together, let us walk with Jesus during the last moments of His earthly journey with renewed hope that one day, like Him, “we will rise triumphantly from the dead when He raises our body to be like His in glory”
Fr. Renier Siva,
7:30am, 9am, 11:30am, 6pm (Sun)
and by appointment
Confession offered using face to face format in a larger setting in order to maintain the 6-ft social distancing.
Mass celebration in the church
(mask are required, 6ft social distancing, sign in for contact tracing)
The church will remain open for those who would like to pray before the Blessed Sacrament.
The parish office is currently closed.
Please leave any correspondence via email, phone or social media as these will be checked regularly by staff.
Celebrating Mass Outdoors
Bring a chair - Mask required - 6ft Distancing
Sign In for Contact Tracing
Patron Saint of Our Parish
Prayer & Guidance
We are a community of faithful Catholic believers, serving one another in Christ as a spiritual family.
Loaves and Fishes
Food Collection for the Homeless
2021-2022 Religious Education
Registration is now open
(please click on the underlined text to view)
Parishes Livestreaming Masses
Diocese of Sacramento
Indoor Religious Services
Response to SCOTUS ruling
(February 6, 2021)
Returning to Ministry
(including group meetings, prayer services, classes, workshops,
bible studies, etc.)
(August 17, 2020)
Guidelines for the
Resumption of Public Celebrations
(June 18, 2020)
Suspension of Indoor Masses
due to rise in COVID-19 cases
(July 14, 2020)
Public Celebration of the Mass
"Coming Back to the Table"
(June 9, 2020)
Reminders & Additional
Instructions for Lay Ministers and Other Parish Volunteers
(June 24, 2020)
Dispensation and the Suspension of Mass
(March 17, 2020)
HELP US TO SPREAD OUR
LOVE AND FAITH
As Catholics, we are encouraged to fully participate in our faith, not just by attending mass and receiving the Sacraments, but to help spread the Word.
Many opportunities are available for this: Join a ministry, invite friends to consider the faith, join a study group, attend Church events, help all the
programs with financial support, your talent and your time. Help us build
the Kingdom of God by sharing the time, talent and treasure
God has entrusted to you.