Mass schedule: Saturday @ 5 pm Sunday 8, 9:30, & 11:15 am. Everyone can celebrate Mass from your car in Our Lady of Guadalupe parking lot.
Tune in on the radio at FM 107.3
We are turning on the outside speakers for parishioners to listen to Mass in their vehicles.
*Anyone attending Mass is required to wear a mask, and maintain a 6 feet social distance.
Ash Wednesday Masses: 12:10 p.m. & 6 p.m.
PARENTING CLASSES ARE VIRTUAL NOW WITH ZOOM!
Parenting Class Schedule for 2021
March 1 @ 1:00 p.m.— Influence of Domestic Violence (Spanish and English)
March 16 @ 1:00 p.m. — Owning and Communicating Feelings (Spanish and English)
March 22 @ 1:00 p.m.— STOP that Bleeding
For Zoom ID and Password for each class, contact Julie @505-850-4075
Complements of San Clemente Gabriel Project: Attendees can receive a $10.00 McDonalds gift card. Free child and adult masks. *Free infant and young children equipment and supplies. Call Julie @ 505-850-4075
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We are aware that the Archbishop has allowed the churches to open at 25%. However, we have chosen to continue with Masses in our vehicles, due to the effects this Covid-19 has had on our staff and community.
During the pandemic, Father Emmanuel and the OLOG Staff are doing everything we can to keep everyone safe and healthy. At this time please limit office visits if the matter can be resolved over the phone. We can handle most needs online or with a call. The office is accepting bank cards as a form of payment for all Parish Office and Faith Formation needs. Thank you for your continued support during this time. The goal is to keep everyone safe.
As you know, Valencia County has gone into the “yellow phase”. This is wonderful news for our Parish Community. It has been determined that our church will reopen with weekend Masses, as long as we remain in the “yellow”. No reservations are required. A maximum of 40 masked individuals may enter into the church, social distancing must be observed. People will still have the option to remain in their vehicles and listen to Mass in the parking lot. Holy Communion will be distributed to those inside the church and outside, as currently done. When the church reopens please follow the directions of the ushers. We ask that everyone continue to be careful, stay safe and stay healthy. God bless us all during this time.
Part of our Lenten journey is the donation of the proceeds from our fasting to CRS Rice Bowls, for the feeding of the poor and hungry in our world. Pick up a rice bowl and return them after Easter.
Please remember to get your copy of The Word Among Us. It has daily mediations for the Lenten Season, as well as daily Mass readings.
Stations of the Cross will be held on the Fridays of Lent at 7pm. A maximum of 40 masked individuals may enter into the church, social distancing must be observed. People will still have the option to remain in their vehicles and listen in the parking lot.
Have you ever been one of the 12 Apostles at the Holy Thursday Service? This year, we would like to invite members of our parish (age 18 and over) to be an Apostle. Holy Thursday is April 1st. Please call the parish office for more information. Listen—is the Lord calling you?
Attention! If you are a volunteer, member of an organization, or serve in a ministry at Our Lady of Guadalupe, please make sure that you are up to date with the Protection of Children training. 8% of our volunteers have not updated or have never taken this training. Should COVID-19 restrictions be lifted and our parish be allowed to fully open, these individuals would not be able to resume their service. Please contact the Parish Office for more information.
Carla Franco with the OLOG Music Ministry: If anyone has a musical instrument talent and or voice talent and would like to offer their service for one of the Masses either part-time or on a consistent basis, please reach out to me or the OLOG office. I may be reached at 505-553-4784. If you know of anyone with musical instrument talent, please reach out to them. We would be grateful for any time you can offer!
03/04/08 7:00 am
On March 4, the Catholic Church honors Saint Casimir Jagiellon, a prince whose life of service to God has made him a patron saint of Poland, Lithuania, and young people.
In 1984, Pope John Paul II addressed Lithuanian pilgrims commemorating the 500th anniversary of the prince's death. He said the Church “proclaimed Casimir a saint and placed him before us not only to be venerated but also that we might imitate his heroic virtues and follow his example of holiness.”Read More