Ways to Honor your Loved Ones

Healing & Memorial Mass

Friday, July 30 at 7 PM

  • If you lost someone during the pandemic, we invite you to bring a flower in honor of them and place it at the altar at the beginning of this Mass.
  • Also, please submit a photo of the faithfully departed so we can remember them in our Memorial Slide.
  • If you know of a first responder, doctor, nurse or medical aide who’ve given us much care, please let us know their name.  We want to offer God thanks for these living angels at this Mass.

Now that the church doors are re-opened again, it is time to get treated for the wounds caused by these difficult times.

It may be physical wounds that need healing: cancer/disease, body aches, or an underlying medical condition…

It may be emotional wounds that need healing: family separation and division, depression, stress, anxiety, or loneliness…

It may be spiritual wounds that need healing: suffering from temptations, political confusion or living in darkness…

Offer all that you are burdened with, and God will set you free for Jesus has already conquered death on the cross by his Resurrection.

Come and receive the oil of the sick and be blessed with the grace and strength of Jesus.

“Bless the LORD, o my soul, and forget not all his benefits, who forgives all your iniquity, who heals all your diseases, who redeems your life from the pit, who crowns you with steadfast love and mercy, ” Psalm 103:2-4

Questions?  Contact the office at 310-372-7077 or email [email protected]