JOIN FATHER JEROME TO GIVE THANKS FOR HIS MINISTRY AS HE NOW RETIRES Farewell Event outside 5:30 PM SUNDAY, June 27th
PLEASE NO GIFTS! Cards of thanks and good wishes are welcomed. CLICK HERE TO RSVP
COFFEE AND DONUTS
Sunday coffee and donuts have been an after Mass tradition at SVDP for years and have been missed by many during the pandemic. We’ve been given clearance from the Diocese to restart donuts after Mass, but we can’t do it without lots of help! If you’re passionate about keeping the coffee and donuts tradition alive consider helping in one these roles:Continue reading
Eucharistic Adoration Window Early in the pandemic a space for Eucharistic Adoration was created in one of the office windows so people could worship safely from their car.
As conditions have improved the tabernacle will be removed from the office window on June 5. The church is now open Monday through Friday from 8 AM until 4 PM for private prayer and the Eucharist is exposed in the adoration chapel from 9 AM on Monday through Thursday 6 PM.
To participate in adoration in the chapel a code is required; please contact Steve Lovison at (714) 943-1038 or www.adorationservants.org/svdphb to be included in the Adoration Society. Of course, you can always adore Jesus while in your car facing the church.
We are open!! As of June 12 and 13 we invite everyone to participate in Mass inside the Church! All pews are now open and there are no capacity limits.
In March 2020 Bishop Kevin Vann issued a dispensation from the obligation to attend weekend Mass when all churches were closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Now with the vaccine widely available and in expectation of the state returning to normal on June 15 this dispensation is now revoked by Bishop Kevin Vann effective Saturday, June 12. There are some exceptions, please view the correspondence from the Bishop here: DECREE REVOKING DISPENSATTON FROM BEING PHYSTCALLY PRESENT AT MASS ON SUNDAYS AND HOLY DAYS OF OBLIGATION
Mask Guidelines effective at all Masses
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently provided new guidelines. With our Bishop’s approval, fully vaccinated people are no longer required to wear a mask for Mass. However, those who are not fully vaccinated, including children, are still asked to wear a mask to ensure the health of all our parishioners.
For those who are sick or homebound our 10 am and 1 pm Mass is available to stream on YouTube and Facebook. Please note that as of June 13 the stream will be available only when the Mass is live and will not be able to be viewed later in the day.
Misa celebrada en la iglesia
¡Estamos abiertos! ¡Empezando el 12 y 13 de junio invitamos a todos a participar en la Misa dentro de la Iglesia! Todos los bancos están abiertos y no hay límites de capacidad.
En marzo del 2020, el obispo Kevin Vann emitió una dispensa de la obligación de asistir a la Misa los fines de semana cuando todas las iglesias fueron cerradas debido a la pandemia Covid-19. Ahora con la vacuna ampliamente disponible y con la expectativa de que el estado vuelva a la normalidad el 15 de junio esta dispensa es revocada por el obispo Kevin Vann, entrando en efecto a partir del sábado 12 de junio.
Des de 16 de mayo
Los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades (CDC) recientemente proporcionaron nuevas pautas. Con la aprobación de nuestro Obispo, las personas completamente vacunadas ya no están obligadas a usar una máscara para la Misa. Sin embargo, a las personas que no están completamente vacunadas, incluidos los niños, se les pide que usen una máscara para garantizar la salud de todos nuestros feligreses.
Friendly people are needed to serve as Hospitality Ministers to assist with greeting, seating, and bulletin distribution. If you are able to serve one weekend Mass each month contact Mary Kay Lamarre, 714.842.3000 x123 or email@example.com, click here, or speak to a staff member after Mass today.