Father's Day 2021

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

 The Peace of Christ be with you!

 God is good. We are now allowed to fill the church to 100% capacity!  Masks are no longer mandatory however  we encourage those who have health issues to continue wearing  them. It is also up to the persons discretion to wear mask or not , depending on his/her  assessment of the risk. We hope to continue live streaming our week-days and Sunday Masses on  our Facebook  account:

Inside the church, we no longer have to observe social distancing, but again it is up to the persons discretion  to make her/his judgment if they still need it. Still, as a precautionary measure, we are not going to serve the cup yet.

All doors are now available for use as entrance and exit.

Ministries can now schedule their meetings. Carol's Kitchen will start serving sit-down lunch and the Food pantry will now distribute food inside the cafeteria.

As for the schedule of masses on week-ends, we will continue following this special pandemic schedule of hourly masses until July. By August, we will be returning to the pre-pandemic schedule. 

The parish offices are now open for in person transactions . The  parish office number is  951-845-3446.  Also, our emergency numbers for sick calls , 951-999-1796and 951-999-1807  are always open but to be used only for emergency needs. You can also email me at Updates are posted on our website or

For those of you who have regular envelopes and cannot join us in the masses at this time , you may send your offerings by mail or drop them off at the office mailbox. Please  use checks only. Do not put cash in the envelopes.  For those who use the internet, I encourage you to consider 
On-line giving. You may visit our website at  or and go to the link to Online Giving.

On behalf of Fr. Steve, Fr. Miguel, Deacons Mark and Armando and the whole Parish Staff, I would like to thank you for your patience and cooperation during this whole time that we were dealing with the pandemic. I also would like to thank all those who have helped us in preparing the church  and the venues that we used  for our masses. To God be the Glory! Welcome back and  let us continue to keep our parish community safe.

Take care always and May God bless you.


Fr. Dennis  

" Rejoice in the Lord always;  again I will say, rejoice. Let your reasonableness be  known to everyone. The Lord is at hand; do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus."   ( Phil. 4: 4-7 )

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