the Redeemer

Catholic Church | Grand Terrace


Vigil Mass in English
5:00 PM


Masses in English
8:00 AM & 10:00 AM
Misa en Español
12:00 PM 
Youth Mass
First Sunday of the Month
5:30 PM


Mass in English
8:00 AM


Every Saturday
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

Mission Statement

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.


Christ the Redeemer Catholic Church

1275 Oriole Ave., Grand Terrace, CA 92313

Dear Parishioners and Friends,


Almost everything today is measured with the yardstick of success. We are judged by how often we succeed, not by how well we fight. The world has no patience with failure and no excuse for defeat. Success alone counts.

Though one of the ultimate triumphs, the story of Easter is when his enemies nailed Jesus Christ on the cross, after which He rose. Even some of His chosen apostles believed that He was a failure – His mission ended. For here was a dismal failure, worn and gory.


Then came Easter!


Christ rose from the dead, glorious as the dawn. But His glory would be like glittering tinsel if He had not paid for it with the price of His passion. This should teach us the valuable lesson that success is most enjoyable when winning against the odds. Amid bewildering misfortune, Easter reminds us that:

“Every mountain has its valley, every oasis has its desert, every island has its lonely sea, every rainbow has its storm clouds, every day has its night, and every Resurrection has its Calvary” (A.P. Pereira).

May our Risen Lord Jesus Christ bless you always.


Fr. Anthony Waturuocha


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Bishop Rojas'
Easter Message

2021 - 2023 Synod
on Synodality 


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!

Online Giving

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!

2022 DDF
Annual Appeal 

From the Office of Mission Advancement, we ask for your support as we strive to provide for the future of the Church of San Bernardino in a way that helps us all to commit to a real and lasting relationship with Jesus Christ, making God a priority in our life so that our hearts are filled with hope! 


A Message from
our Bishop

The Diocese has  a COVID-19 Resource page for all the latest Diocesan directives, resources, and more. 

Bishop Rojas welcomes you back to Sunday Mass!




Deacon Paul/Bok Ahan 


Rev. Anthony Waturuocha


(909) 639-5757

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Maria Arce

Office Secretary

(909) 783-3811 x202


Mark Tumambing

Religious Education Coordinator

(909) 783-3800 x205



Debbie Gamboa

RCIA Coordinator

(951) 212 - 7350

Contact Us

12745 Oriole Ave, Grand Terrace, CA 92313

Parish Office: (909) 783-3811


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