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God's Presence is in All Creation


For some reason, it is easier to genuflect in reverence to the presence of Christ in the tabernacle of a church, than to genuflect in reverence to the same presence of Christ in another person’s soul. We wrongly believe that God divides himself, placing himself in one place in preference to another. It doesn’t work that way. Love of God and love of neighbor are intimately and inseparably connected because the essence and spark of God’s very presence is in all creation. God’s presence is just as real in the one who is good, as in the one who is bad, and the one who is just, and the one who is unjust.

Our brains get in the way of truly contemplating the awesomeness of this truth. We like to separate things into boxes, the sheep from the goats and the deserving from the undeserving. But, with God there are no distinctions such as this. Our human classifications, subdivisions, and definitions hold no power or have any weight in God’s eyes. Sadly, we relate to God and to each other as if they do.


Events and Announcements


The Adoration Chapel is now open Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday 7:30am to 8:00pm.

Please call the Parish Office to sign up to spend one hour with Our Lord. Adoration is in the Church on Tuesday and Friday 3:00 to 6:30pm.



Saturdays/sábados at 9:00am

School Basketball Court/ En la cancha de baloncesto

All Souls Day

Add Mon, Nov 2

Mass Schedule/Horario de misas:

8:00am– English (inglés)
7:00pm– Bilingual (bilingüe)

Ordination of Permanent Deacons

Add Sat, Nov 7 @ 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM

In a Spirit of Joy and Thanksgiving the Most Reverend Thomas J. Olmsted Bishop of Phoenix and Auxiliary Bishop Eduardo A. Nevares are pleased to announce the Ordination to the Permanent Diaconate of twelve new Deacons for the Diocese of Phoenix.

The Mass will be live streamed on Facebook and YouTube.


Fall Festival

Add Fri, Apr 16 - Sun, Apr 18

The Fall Festival will be in the spring this year. Our hope is to have the Festival after Easter, the weekend of April 16-18.

Mark your calendars!