OLPH Glendale Virtual Parish


September 20 Collection: $ 6,735.00
September 14 Faith Direct: $ 5,678.00
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Rising with Christ - OLPH Reopening

Welcome Back! Beginning this week, Bishop Olmsted permits Parishes to open Mass to the public on a limited basis. Thank you for your patience with the following procedures/logistics that are designed to keep everyone safe and in compliance with CDC/state guidelines while maintaining a reverent and prayerful atmosphere. Please note that the Bishop’s dispensation for weekly Mass attendance is still in effect, so if you are feeling sick, have a fever, a sick family member, are a primary caretaker to a vulnerable person, been traveling, or at risk, please stay home.

Click the announcements below for complete details.


Read more about the Diocesan plan to restoring parish life at the Rising with Christ Diocesan site.

Parish Updates

Office Hours

Our office is currently closed to the public until further notice. We are available by phone Monday-Friday from 9:00am to 4:00pm.

There is a secured mailbox at the entrance of the parish office for your donations. Thank you for your generosity.

Mass and Confession Times

Sunday: 8:00am (English), 10:00am (English), 1:00pm (Spanish), 3:00pm (Spanish)
Monday-Saturday: 8:00am (English)
Masks are required to be worn at all times in the Church.
All Masses are limited to 200 individuals.

Confessions: Saturday 9:00am on the basketball court of the school.

The church is open for private prayer from 8:00am - 12:00pm, Monday-Friday.

Stay Connected

Dear Parishioners, in order to stream Live our events via Youtube and reach more parishioners, we need 1000 subscribers. Please help us to reach that goal by subscribing into our parish YouTube channel: OLPH Glendale.

Got Facebook? Please also like our Facebook page: OLPH Glendale.

Together in Prayer

Worship Weekly Videos


Family Life

Updates, information, and videos for kids, teens, and seniors!


Clergy Corner

Our Beloved priest Fr. John Nahrgang explains the devotion of Divine Mercy.