Happy New Year!
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.
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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.
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Our Masses have resumed with our regular Mass schedule. Saturday @ 5 pm Sunday 8, 9:30, & 11:15 am. Everyone can celebrate Mass from their car in the Our Lady of Guadalupe parking lot. Hope to see you there!
Confirmation Classes start Saturday February 6, 2021 from 9:00 am—11:00 am. Classes are every Saturday and Sunday in February. Look in next weeks bulletin for Schedule.
Annual Catholic Appeal - We have met our Goal: Our Parish goal was $35,000. Thank you!
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.
Please be aware that Father has a private daily Mass and your Intentions for your loved ones are being prayed for.
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.
Check the Parish Website (ologperalta.org) for updates in the upcoming weeks regarding Masses, news, and COVID-19. Daily Reading are available on the website, as well as USCCB.org. Daily Masses can be seen on EWTN. For more information contact the Parish Office. If you would like a digital copy of our bulletin, please call the office (505) 869-2189 or email us at [email protected]. You can also sign up on our website under subscriptions. We will have a bulletin delivered to your email weekly.
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Saint Charles was born John Charles Marchioni in Sezze, Italy on October 19, 1613. His family was extremely pious. They lived in a rural area and as a child Saint Charles worked as a shepherd. Due to his lack of education, it is said he learned only the basics and could barely read and write. He joined the Franciscans as a lay brother in Naziano, where he served as a cook, porter, and gardener.
Saint Charles was known for his holiness, simplicity, and charity. He was generous to travelers and sought out spiritual advice. In 1656 he worked tirelessly with victims of the plague. He also wrote several mystical works including his autobiography entitled "The Grandeurs of the Mercies of God". Tradition states he was called to the bedside of the dying Pope Clement IX for a blessing. St. Charles told the Pope that they would meet again on January 6.Read More