This Week

Second Sunday of Easter (Or of Divine Mercy) - April 11, 2021

Friday, March 6, 2020

Rev. Juan J. Sosa has written an important message for you this week. Visit to Pastor's Corner on this website.

Wednesday, April 7, 2021

  • Pregnancy tests
  • Limited ultrasound exams
  • Pregnancy and post-partum counseling
  • Information and referrals
  • Earn While You Learn classes (EWYL): Women learn about fetal development and how to take care of their babies. During class they earn points which can be spent in the boutique.
  • Project Joseph: Men learn about fetal development, finances, infant CPR, and how to be a supportive husband/partner, while earning points to spend in the boutique.
  • Material Assistance and Boutique (diapers, formula, baby clothing, strollers, car seats, etc).

Friday, December 18, 2020

The second collection this weekend provides funds to benefit the debt of our parish. Thank you for your generosity.

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

As we reopen our Church for the celebration of the Mass and Sacraments, we are committed to mitigating the risk of COVID-19 as much as possible by following the required guidelines:

Reopening Guidelines

  • We continue livestreaming our Sunday Mass through our Facebook & YouTube page.
  • Entrance to the Church will be only through the front main doors (hand sanitizer dispensers will be available).
  • The side doors will be used to exit only. The Church will be sanitized between services.
  • Worshipers are asked to PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS OF OUR USHERS AND STAFF, to seat “socially distanced”, 6 feet apart.
  • All worshipers will need to wear a face mask and to keep it on during Mass, removing it only to receive Holy Communion.
  • No physical contact during the during recitation of the Lord’s Prayer or during the Sign of Peace.
  • We have the projection screens with the PowerPoint presentation.
  • The sick or those with flu like symptoms, should stay at home. The frail elderly and those with underlying conditions and their caregivers are encouraged to stay at home. If you are fearful, stay home.
  • If you are homebound and need to receive a Sacrament, please call the Parish Office. Good judgement and reason should guide your decision as to when you should resume coming to Sunday Mass.

Good judgment and reason should guide your decision as to when you should resume coming to Sunday Mass.

The Church is open: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 8:00 am until the end of the last evening Mass. The Parish Office is closed on Sundays.

Friday, February 14, 2020

ABCD 2021

One in Faith, One in Hope, One in Charity

Through your generous support, we serve hundreds of thousands of individual and families in our Archdiocese through outreach, formation, evangelization and worship. Thank you for mirroring the love of Christ through your generosity!

If you have made a pledge, thank you for your continued generosity to fulfill that pledge. If you have yet to make a gift, please consider making a gift to the ABCD today!

www.isupportabcd.org

Parish Goal: $111,354.03

Pledges so far: $30,345.00

Did you know?
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Your parish still needs your weekly financial support to maintain the operations during and after this moment of extensive caution. We would like to thank our parishioners who have continued their donations, and encourage every parishioner to enroll in our automatic weekly contribution:

You can also mail your contribution on a weekly or monthly basis, or bring it to the Parish Office. We appreciate your understanding in not disrupting your regular weekly contribution to the parish, thank you for your support.