Vigil Mass in English
Masses in English
8:00 AM & 10:00 AM
Misa en Español
First Sunday of the Month
Mass in English
4:00 PM - 4:45 PM
First Friday of the month
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
*Holy days of obligation - 5:00 PM Or Check the bulletin
As a parish family of believers, united with the Catholic Church, throughout the world, we the people of Christ the Redeemer, proclaim our belief in the message and mission of Jesus Christ. We live out these beliefs in our worship at Mass, through prayer, faith sharing services, and works of charity. As His disciples, we seek to become visible signs of God's love to others in our community and throughout the world.
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR!
St. Athanasius of Alexandria once said: “Jesus became like us so that He can make us be like him.” St. Augustine said, “Christ came when all things were growing old. He made them new.”
Christmas is a season of ‘giving.’ God gave us His son Jesus Christ. Jesus gave us himself, even to the extent of embracing the Cross so that we may be saved. God expects us to give to others. It may not be your friend or relative. It could be a stranger. People are jobless,
homeless, hungry, devastated, sick, and poor. COVID-19 pandemic and its variants created a lot of harm to families.
Proverbs (11:24) says: “Those who give generously receive more, but those who are stingy with what is appropriate will grow needy. Generous persons will prosper; those who refresh others will themselves be refreshed."
I wish to extend my unalloyed gratitude to:
Our Bishop, Most Rev. Alberto Rojas, our Bishop Emeritus Gerald R. Barnes, all parishioners and friends for all your love, and benevolence. I appreciate the selfless commitment of all our parishioners, our part-time Employees, Pastoral Council, Finance Council, Rectory Acquisition Committee, all Ministries, and the Knights of Columbus.
Christmas is the selfless spirit of doing for others. May God console those who lost loved ones this year. May He heal all those who are ill and wounded. May He provide food, jobs, and shelter to those who do not have. May God continue helping all families in their various needs.
An unknown author said: “Faith makes a Christian. Life proves a Christian. Trials confirm a Christian.” In God we Trust!
‘Christmas is believing in prayer and the power that answers it.’ As we celebrate the nativity of Christ the Redeemer, may our hands and hearts of charity reach out to one another. May Christ the Redeemer renew and refresh us, Amen!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2022!
Rev. Anthony C. Waturuocha
2021 - 2023 Synod
Bishop Alberto Rojas writes a letter to the people of the Diocese for the start of the 2021 - 2023 Synod.
Have questions about what happens during a Synod? The Vatican has made a website just for the Synod. There you will find the official documents, resources, and even prayer cards!
Please prayerfully consider giving online today by:
1. Visiting our church offertory website
2. Create an account.
3. Schedule your recurring gifts.
Online giving is the electronic way to participate and it’s: *Secure and confidential *Efficient *Simple *Convenient
Thank you for your continued generosity!