Forty days after Christmas, the Church celebrates Candlemas: the feast of the Presentation of our Lord in the Temple. Traditionally, candles used at the Mass for the year are blessed, but those used by the community at home and for private devotions are as well! Bring your own candles from home to be blessed at the 7 am Mass: A limited number of candles will also be distributed for at-home use during sick calls. 6-day and 3-day votive candles will also be available for purchase.
December 24: Christmas Eve 9 am: Mass of the Day 5 pm: Vigil Mass for Children and Families. There will be no confessions heard on Christmas Eve. 7 pm: Solemn Vigil Mass of the Nativity of the Lord (Vietnamese, Upper Church) 9 pm: Solemn Vigil Mass of the Nativity of the Lord (Spanish, Upper Church) 12 am Solemn Vigil Mass of the Nativity of the Lord. Carol service starts at 11 pm. December 25: Christmas Day 8:30 am in Vietnamese 10:15 am in English 12 noon in […]