DECEMBER 25, 2022

On behalf of our Pastor, Msgr. Pham, the priests, and the staff of our parish, we wish everyone in our parish family a blessed and Merry Christmas.  May the Infant Lord bring you the gift of joy and peace and may the Holy Family watch over you with divine protection in this holiday season. 

We also wish to thank all the volunteers from our Hispanic and Vietnamese community who have worked very hard with Father Hung Tran in the work of decorating the Church this year for Christmas. Your sacrifice of time, talent and treasure has been truly appreciated by all.

Our “Giving Tree” tradition to help parishioners who are in need this Christmas will conclude on January 2nd. Please find one donation box by the main entrance of the Upper Church and the other by the elevator. Your generosity in this season of giving will go a long way in giving someone a brighter Christmas season.

On Monday, December 26, there will be ONLY ONE Mass at 9AM. Once the recitation of the Rosary after that Mass is over, the church and parish office will be closed for the rest of the day. Please note that all Masses during the Octave of Christmas will be celebrated in the Upper Church.  

Starting next Sunday, January 1st, THERE WILL NO LONGER BE A 5PM MASS ON SUNDAY. We invite those who have been attending Mass at that time to consider joining us at other times when a Sunday Mass is offered in English. We thank you for your kind understanding and support concerning this change.

In keeping with updated diocesan protocols and practice, beginning with the New Year, we will start reducing the number of livestreamed Sunday Masses. As the Church is encouraging people to attend Mass in person, we will continue to livestream the main Sunday Masses for the sake of the homebound parishioners.  Weekday livestreaming services will remain unchanged.

For the complete Holiday Mass schedule, please consult the bulletin, here on our website and our Facebook parish page. 

Merry Christmas!