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MASS TIMES

Saturday Vigil Mass:  4:00 PM

Sunday Masses:  7:45 AM,  9:30 AM,  11:00 AM (Spanish)  and  12:30 PM

Weekday Masses:  8:00 AM

THE CHRISTIAN LIFE IN THE MODERN WORLD


Record-setting Greg Zuerlein places heaven above the Super Bowl.

 

Last year in the playoffs, placekicker Greg Zuerlein was unable to help the Los Angeles Rams advance out of their wild card game due to injury. This year he has helped his team mightily, making three field goals against the Dallas Cowboys in the divisional round and four against the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Championship Game. The last two of those four field goals were a 48-yarder to send the game to overtime and a game-winning 57-yarder in overtime, the longest in NFL playoff history.

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Here a group of young Catholics speaks with one voice about the need for a cleansing fire. Their statement is non-partisan, assuming nothing but the eternal validity of the Church’s teaching.


They call for an independent investigation of who knew what and when, a new intolerance of clerical abuse and sexual sin, and public acts of penance by Catholic bishops. They promise to work and suffer for the Church, and to strive for holiness in their own lives. As children of the Church, they ask for fathers who honor the Father above. They are confident that their pleas are heard by God. They hope that they will likewise be heard by the priests and bishops who fear him.

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We need to reveal and remove the Lavender Mafias wherever they exist — at Harvard, in Hollywood, and especially in the Church.


Benjamin Wiker is Professor of Political Science, Director of Human Life Studies, and Senior Fellow of the Veritas Center at Franciscan University. His newest book is In Defense of Nature: the Catholic Unity of Environmental, Economic, and Moral Ecology. His website is www.benjaminwiker.com.

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LATEST NEWS


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SEPTEMBER

LABOR DAY

The parish office will be closed on Monday, 9/02 (Labor Day)

 


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SEPTEMBER

CONFIRMATION CLASSES BEGIN

Both new and returning students must register.

 

Confirmation preparation is a 2-year process. First year Confirmation students must be at least 14 years old. The Bishop confirms only those who are at least 16 years old. Bring Baptism and First Holy Communion certificates at time of registration.

 

Classes are Sundays from 10:00am—12:20pm (followed by Mass at 12:30).

 

Call Suzie Salazar at 800-1323 for more info.


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SEPTEMBER

FIRST YEAR RCIA CLASSES BEGIN

A new first year RCIA class begins Monday, September 16th, at 7pm in the Queen of Heaven room.

 

For more information email John & Beverly Patton at mickpatton@yahoo.com or call 661-615-8271.


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SEPTEMBER

MEN'S CONFERENCE AT CTK

SEPTERMBER 13TH AND 14TH

 

Sponsored by the Friends of God Institute, the conference will feature the well-known and respected Catholic historian and apologist Patrick Coffin and Fr. Sebastian Walsh.

 

The 2-day conference is Friday, September 13th at
6:30pm and Saturday, September 14th from 9am-1pm in the Christ the King parish hall.

 

Cost-$35/Register at friendsofgodpro.org by clicking on the shopping cart icon. For more info email friendsofgodinstitute@gmail.com

 


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SEPTEMBER

MEMORIAL MASS FOR ABORTED

A Mass will be celebrated in observance of
the National Day of Remembrance for
Aborted Children at 10am Saturday,
September 14, in the pavilion of the Shrine
of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Co-Patroness of
the Unborn, 4600 E. Brundage Ln.


For more info, visit https://prolifeaction.org.


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SEPTEMBER

SECOND YEAR RCIA CLASSES BEGIN

Second year RCIA class begins Tuesday, September 24th, at 6pm in the Queen of Heaven room.

 

For more information email Ed & Carole Lugo at ealugo@verizon.net or call 951-903-8471.