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.
Celebrating the Year of St. Joseph
Bishop Alberto Rojas announced that the Diocese of San Bernardino will celebrate the “Year of St. Joseph” from December 8, 2020 - December 26, 2021, to commemorate the 150th anniversary of St. Joseph being solemnly declared Patron of the Catholic Church by Pope Pius IX in his decree Quemadmodum Deus.
Throughout the year we strive to honor St. Joseph as the guardian and protector of the Church and her faithful with heartfelt prayer and devotion, encouraging all to take his virtuous life as our model for fulfilling our personal vocation to holiness.
Bishop Gerald Barnes retires, Bishop Rojas now Ordinary Bishop
Bishop Alberto Rojas takes leadership of Diocese after Vatican announces Bishop Gerald Barnes’ retirement. Pope Francis has accepted Bishop Gerald Barnes’ letter of resignation, signaling the start of Bishop Alberto Rojas’ ministry as the third Ordinary Bishop of San Bernardino. Read the story on the Inland Catholic BYTE.
Bishop Barnes’ message to the Diocese on his retirement.
A Message from
The Diocese has a COVID-19 Resource page for all the latest Diocesan directives, resources, and more.
Public Masses are held outdoors, only; churches are again closed for the time being. The Sacraments of Confession, Baptism, First Communion, and Matrimony, along with Catholic burial rites, under Bishop Barnes new directive, can only occur outdoors.
Bishop Barnes and Bishop Rojas share a pastoral message.