Saint Gerard Majella lived in southern Italy in the 1700s. He was known for his miracles, his holiness, and his devotion to the Eucharist. He venerated as the patron of expectant mothers, difficult pregnancies, and childless couples. more


Sat5:30 pm English
Sun7:30 am English
9 am English
10:30 amSpanish
12 pm English
1:30 pm Spanish


Sat 3–4 pm


Holy Week

Holy Thursday (Apr 17)

8 am Rosary (no Mass)
7:30 pm Mass
followed by adoration until midnight

Good Friday (Apr 18) is a day of fasting and abstinence. Fasting, for those at least 18 and not yet 59 years old, means eating only one full meal, with two smaller meals as necessary to maintain strength. Abstinence, for those age 14 or over, means eating no meat or poultry.

8 am Rosary (no Mass)
In English:
12 pm Stations of the Cross
12:45 pm Liturgy of the Passion
3 pm Divine Mercy Chaplet
In Spanish:
3:45 pm Liturgy of the Passion
7 pm Stations of the Cross

Holy Saturday (Apr 19)

8 am Rosary (no Mass)
Divine Mercy Chaplet
8 pm Easter Vigil Mass

Easter Sunday (Apr 20)

7:30 am Mass English
9 am Mass English
10:30 amMass Spanish
12 pm Mass English
1:30 pm Mass Spanish
2:30 pm Divine Mercy Chaplet
5 pm No mass

Free Concert: Music to Move the Soul

You are invited to a free concert given by pianist Eric Genuis on Saturday, May 17, at 7pm (immediately following the 5:30 Mass).

Bulletin for Apr 20 is available for download (PDF viewer required).

God’s Plan for Family Planning

There are two ways to plan your family: God's plan versus the world's plan. God's plan (NFP) helps a couple to live in harmony with the cycle of fertility to achieve, delay, or avoid pregnancy. The world's plan, contraception (condoms, birth control pills, etc.), is contrary to God's plan because, to avoid pregnancy, it blocks the couple's full and loving union of body and soul.

The Manhattan Declaration

“We...have united at this hour to reaffirm fundamental truths about justice and the common good, and to call upon our fellow citizens, believers and non-believers alike, to join us in defending them. These truths are:

  1. the sanctity of human life
  2. the dignity of marriage as the conjugal union of husband and wife
  3. the rights of conscience and religious liberty....”

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