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Rev. John Neneman, Pastor

Rev. John Neneman, Pastor

Ordained in 2000 Fr. John Neneman graduated from St. John’s Seminary College in Camarillo with a double Major in Philosophy & English Literature. He completed his Theology Studies at Mt. Angel Seminary in St. Benedict, Oregon and was Ordained a Priest of the Diocese of Orange in June of 2000 by Bishop Tod Brown. FatherRead more about Rev. John Neneman, Pastor[…]

Rev. Ven Amidar, Parochial Vicar

Rev. Ven Amidar, Parochial Vicar

Ordained in 1978 I was born in Borongan City, Eastern Samar, in the Philippines in May of 1954 as Venancio Limbauan Amidar. where I studied and earned a Bachelor of the Arts Degree in Philosophy. I went to San Carlos Seminary College, Cebu City, Philippines and Pontifical University of Sto. Thomas, Manila, Philippines with aRead more about Rev. Ven Amidar, Parochial Vicar[…]

Deacon Doug Cook

Deacon Doug Cook

Ordained in 1979 Deacon Doug was ordained on May 12, 1979 for the Diocese of Orange and has been assigned to our parish ever since. As Deacon he has baptized over 1,200 children, witnessed over 200 marriages, directed our RCIA program, Confirmation program, and our Eucharistic Ministers. He founded and has helped run the FamilyRead more about Deacon Doug Cook[…]

Deacon Paul Amorino

Deacon Paul Amorino

Ordained in 2005 Deacon Paul was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. He earned a B.A. from Seattle University and an MPA from California State Fullerton. Paul married Arlene in 1969, served three years in the Army in Europe. After the service they moved to Orange County and raised two daughters (Lisa Amorino and SaraRead more about Deacon Paul Amorino[…]

Deacon Russ Millspaugh

Deacon Russ Millspaugh

Ordained in 2017 Deacon Russ was ordained on October 28, 2017 for the Diocese of Orange and has been assigned to San Antonio de Padua del Cañon. He was born in Orange County and was one of the first altar servers for San Antonio when the Church was started at El Rancho Junior High inRead more about Deacon Russ Millspaugh[…]

Rev. Joseph M. Nettekoven, Pastor Emeritus

Rev. Joseph M. Nettekoven, Pastor Emeritus

Ordained in 1975 I grew up in Whittier, Ca. and went to Cal State University in Fullerton. I was in Berkeley for 5 years and then St. John’s in Camarillo for my seminary training. I was ordained in 1975 and was first assigned to the Navajo Reservation at St. Paul’s Mission in Crownpoint, New Mexico.Read more about Rev. Joseph M. Nettekoven, Pastor Emeritus[…]

Rev. Seamus A. Glynn, Founding Pastor

Rev. Seamus A. Glynn, Founding Pastor

Ordained in 1958 Father Seamus Glynn was born at Lisacul, in county Roscommon, Ireland. He was educated at Saint Nathy’s College, Ballaghaderreen, and at Saint Peter’s Seminary, Wexford. He was ordained a Priest for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles on June 8, 1958. He was assigned to the Los Angeles parishes of Our Lady ofRead more about Rev. Seamus A. Glynn, Founding Pastor[…]

Liturgical Norms for the Celebration of Catholic Funeral Rites

Liturgical Norms for the Celebration of Catholic Funeral Rites

Diocese of Orange July 1, 2015 Dear brothers in the Lord,   It is my blessed opportunity to approve and promulgate the Liturgical Norms for the Celebration of Catholic Funeral Rites within the Diocese of Orange. The “three stations of the Sacred Liturgy” surrounding the death of a Catholic Christian offers an opportunity for theRead more about Liturgical Norms for the Celebration of Catholic Funeral Rites[…]

How to go to Confession

How to go to Confession

† How To Go To Confession Before You Go… Examine your conscience, that is, reflect on what sins you have committed. To guide you, just Google “examination of conscience” and you’ll find many resources to help you. It’s even alright to make a list to bring with you to confession if that helps. Introduction. WhenRead more about How to go to Confession[…]

Cell Phones for Soldiers

Cell Phones for Soldiers

Do you have an old cell phone that you are not using? Did you know that by donating your old cell phone you could give a soldier valuable minutes to phone home to his/her family while being deployed? “Cell Phones for Soldiers” hopes to turn old cell phones into more than 12 million minutes forRead more about Cell Phones for Soldiers[…]

Military Photographs

Military Photographs

Please notice the photographs of those serving our country in places of danger posted on the bulletin in the vestibule of the church. Anyone who has a loved one serving in Iraq, Afghanistan or any other place of danger is invited to bring a picture to the office Attention: Deacon Doug Cook, to be includedRead more about Military Photographs[…]

Anaheim Fire Department Paramedic Membership Program

Anaheim Fire Department Paramedic Membership Program

As low as $3 per month: As the costs of medical care rise, it is important to make sure your family is covered in the event of an emergency. The City of Anaheim has a program that is designed to help you during such emergency situations. The Paramedic Membership Program is an official program ofRead more about Anaheim Fire Department Paramedic Membership Program[…]

Child & Youth Protection

Child & Youth Protection

Mission Statement The Office of Child and Youth Protection supports the Bishop’s commitment to create a safe environment throughout our parishes and schools so that children and youth are free to worship and learn without the threat of harm through the implementation of safeguards which protect the most vulnerable and aids in healing those whoRead more about Child & Youth Protection[…]