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Mass Schedule

Weekdays: 8:00 am
Saturdays: 8:00 am & 5:00 pm (Sunday Vigil Mass)
Sundays: 8:00 am, 10:00 am, 12:00 noon, & 6:00 pm
First Friday of the Month: 8:00 am and 7:30 pm
Every Wednesday: 7:00 pm Our Lady of Perpetual Help Mass/Novena
 
Every Sunday: 1:30 pm Polish Community Mass
Third Sunday of the Month: 3:30 pm Indonesian Community Mass

Mass schedules vary on certain feast days and holy days of obligation. Check the Weekly Bulletin for special service schedules.

Readings


2014 Divine Mercy Novena/Feast Day Schedule
  • Apr 18 (Fri) 3:00 PM - Church (after the noon services)
  • Apr 19 (Sat) 3:00 PM - Hall
  • Apr 20 (Sun) 7:30 PM - Church
  • Apr 21 (Mon) 7:30 PM - Church
  • Apr 22 (Tue) 6:00 PM - Church
  • Apr 23 (Wed) 7:30 PM - Church
  • Apr 24 (Thur) 7:30 PM - Church
  • Apr 25 (Fri) 6:30 PM - Church
    After our Novena on Friday, April 25, we will immediately begin a Divine Mercy reflection and Triduum service. Powerful speakers Joan & Dave Maroney and award-winning Catholic singer/ songwriter Annie Karto will be present with us.
  • Apr 26 (Sat) 7:30 PM - Church
  • Apr 27 (Sun)  12:00 Noon - Church/Hall

Sacraments 201: Eucharist (what we believe)



CYO Girls Basketball
Boy's & Girl's CYO Track & Field
See the CYO Signups page for sign up forms and information.


Need Liturgical Ministers
Our parish community is in need of new liturgical ministers and would like you to step forward. No experience is necessary! We need people to serve as: lectors, ushers, musicians, hospitality, altar servers, holy communion, art & environment, and sick & homebound. Please contact the Office of Liturgy & Music at 510-471-7766 ext 17.


Bishop Michael C. Barber, SJ
On Friday, May 3, 2013, Pope Francis announced the selection of Rev. Michael Barber, SJ to become the fifth Bishop of Oakland. Bishop Barber was ordained to the episcopate and installed as bishop on May 25 at 11:00 am in the Cathedral of Christ the Light, Oakland. For more information, see the Oakland Diocese website and the Catholic Voice.


Roman Missal, Third Edition
Since the end of Vatican II, bishops and theologians have been looking at the Latin texts of the Roman Missal and re-translating them to conform more closely to it’s origins. After nearly fifty years of research, debate, and prayer the Vatican has approved the Third Translation of the Roman Missal. These changes took effect the first week of advent (November 27, 2011). The structure of the mass remains unchanged in the new edition of the Roman Missal. However, almost every prayer in the Mass has been re-translated from Latin to English; some prayers now recited by memory will need to be relearned. For more information, see: