DAILY MASS SCHEDULE
|Monday||6:00AM (T)||6:30PM (E)|
|Tuesday||6:00AM (T)||12:00NN (T)||6:30PM (E)|
|Wednesday||6:00AM (T)||12:00NN (E)||6:30PM (E)|
|Thursday||6:00AM (T)||12:00NN (T)||6:30PM (E)|
|Friday||6:00AM (T)||12:00NN (T)||6:30PM (E)|
|Saturday||6:00AM (T)||7:00PM (E)|
(T) Tagalog Mass (E) English Mass
Holy Hour every First Friday at 5:00PM
Marian Dawn Procession every Saturday at 5:00AM
Feast Day: Every First Sunday of May
Confession: Monday – Friday 5:00PM
Baptism: Saturdays at 11:00 AM
HEALING MASS SCHEDULE
|Every Sunday||2:30PM (T)|
|Every Tuesday||6:30PM (E)|
SUNDAY MASS SCHEDULE
|6:00AM (T)||7:30AM (E)||9:00AM (T)||10:30AM (T)|
|2:30PM (T)||4:30PM (T)||6:00PM (E)||7:30PM (T)|
Wedding Mass – by appointment
Anointing of the Sick – by appointment
Blessings – by appointment
Funeral Mass – by appointment
Please contact the Parish Office.
BLESSED THOMAS OF ORVIETO
Thomas of Orvieto was drawn to enter the Servite Order by his great love of Our Lady and his desire to reach heaven. Because of his humility he asked to be admitted among the lay brothers. Often he was given the task of going from house to house seeking alms. Artistic representations of Blessed Thomas picture him carrying a knapsack with a fig branch in his hand, offering in the middle of winter, a bunch of figs to a pregnant woman who desired them. It seems that the artists wanted to depict both the solicitude of this man of God
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