Monday – Friday at 8:00 AM
Saturday at 9:00 AM
Saturday (Sunday Vigil)
5:00 PM (English)
6:30 PM (Spanish)
7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM
(12 PM, 5 PM will resume at later date)
Sacrament of Reconciliation:
Saturdays 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM outside in the School Yard, And by Appointment
Bishop has extended the dispensation
to not attend Mass indefinitely.
- Our All Souls Day Novena will begin Monday, November 2nd. Remember your deceased loved ones during nine days of special …Read More »
- The Knights of Columbus have teamed up with Catholic Charities to run a Food Pantry at the St. Brigid Parish …Read More »
- Our Catechetical Program is up and running! Lots of safety protocols are in place including social distancing and individual bags …Read More »
- Our weekly newsletter is up! Check it out!Read More »
A MESSAGE FROM FR. PAT REGARDING NEW PROTOCOLS
- Wear a mask
- Use hand sanitizer as you enter the Church
- Maintain social distancing in the Church
- Maximum capacity is 100 persons at any given liturgy
- Communion will be by the hand only, not on the tongue
- Social distancing during Communion procession
- In between Masses, staff will sanitize common areas
BISHOP MCELROY ON REOPENING THE CHURCH
SUPPORT OUR DOMINICAN SISTERS IN PUERTO RICO
*Click each prayer to make larger*
Letter From the Bishop of San Diego Regarding COVID-19
1. Effective Monday morning March 16th, no public daily or weekend Masses will be held. Our parish will be open for personal visitation, intermittent recitation of the Rosary, and Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament.
2. All Catholics in the Diocese of San Diego are dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass during the coming weeks.
3. All parish and diocesan schools and religious education programs will be suspended effective Monday morning March 16th.
4. Sunday Masses celebrated by priests and bishops of our diocese in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese will be VIDEO STREAMED every week. You can access these at www.sdcatholic.org
Diocese of SAn Diego
2020 Annual cAtholic Appeal
Participation in our Annual Catholic Appeal accomplishes something very simple yet very powerful: it touches people’s hearts with God’s love through your gift and deepens our collective faith together. By demonstrating our Gratitude in Action, you are helping our brothers and sisters to truly know and love Jesus Christ, His grace and His mercy. Don’t delay, make a pledge today!
There are many ways to respond to the Annual Catholic Appeal: a monthly or quarterly pledge; a one-time cash gift; a credit card or electronic funds transfer; visit giving.sdcatholic.org ; a gift of stocks or bonds or IRA Charitable Rollover Distribution. Note that the Annual Catholic Appeal qualifies for many company matching gift programs.
- Our All Souls Day Novena will begin Monday, November 2nd. Remember your deceased loved ones during nine days of special …More »
- The Knights of Columbus have teamed up with Catholic Charities to run a Food Pantry at the St. Brigid Parish …More »
- Our Catechetical Program is up and running! Lots of safety protocols are in place including social distancing and individual bags …More »