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Diocese of Orange Job Opening

  DIOCESE OF ORANGE JOB OPENING Job Description: House Manager for Transitional Shelter Precious Life Shelter is seeking a mature woman to fill a “live-in” House Manager position responsible for supporting Precious Life’s residential program serving homeless, pregnant women. The house manager is the person who upholds house policies; lends an ear and patiently guides each […]Read More »

Diocese of Orange Job Opening

  DIOCESE OF ORANGE JOB OPENING Job Description:  Security Manager Job Posting The Diocese of Orange is recruiting for a Security Manager to oversee security and emergency preparedness at the Christ Cathedral Campus. Please click on the link below to see the details of the job posting. Please send cover letters and resumes to Chief Human […]Read More »

2019 Pastoral Service Appeal - PSA

LIVING THE GOSPEL MESSAGE As we begin the 2019 Pastoral Service Appeal (PSA), it is another way in which Parish Families have the opportunity to participate in the larger Mission of our Church in the Diocese of Orange. By financially assisting in the areas described in the enclosed brochure, you make it possible for members […]Read More »

Easter Mass Schedule & Services

Join Us For Easter Services Lent & Easter Schedule 2019 Confessions Tuesday, March 12 – 7:00 pm – Penance Service (Several visiting priests will be present) Saturdays, March 16, 23, 30, April 6 – 3:30 pm Saturday, April 13 – 3:00 pm Wednesday, April 17 – 9:00 am Saturday, April 20 – No Confessions Services […]Read More »

Fast & Abstinence

Lenten Regulations and Recommendations: In accordance with the provisions of Canon law (cf. Canons 1249-1253) as implemented by the National Conference of Catholic Bishops for the United States, the following regulations are to be observed by the Catholics in the Diocese of Orange in the penitential practices: It is to be noted for all that […]Read More »

Lenten Commitment

Lenten Commitment For Lent, I will commit to: Say the rosary as a family Share a biblical passage with my family Volunteer at a soup kitchen or shelter Volunteer at a hospital Send a card to patients in the hospital Visit a nursing home Be on time to Mass Stay until the end of Mass […]Read More »

Stations of the Cross - Every Friday during Lent

Every Friday during Lent: Begins March 8, 2019 Our Lenten tradition of observing The Stations of the Cross will begin on Friday, March 8, 2019 at 7:00 pm and continue every Friday during Lent in the Church.  Read More »

Bulletins 2019

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Things to Do During Eucharist Adoration

Fr. Benedict Groeschel points out in In the Presence of Our Lord: The History, Theology, and Psychology of Eucharistic Devotion that there are “four kinds of prayer most appropriate in the presence of the Eucharist, namely adoration and praise, thanksgiving, repentance, and trusting intercession.” Here are suggestions for what to do during private Eucharistic adoration. […]Read More »

Bulletins 2018

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Holy Mass and Canonization of Mother Teresa

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Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship

Catholics Care. Catholics Vote. “We need to participate for the common good. Sometimes we hear: a good Catholic is not interested in politics. This is not true: good Catholics immerse themselves in politics by offering the best of themselves so that the leader can govern.” – Pope Francis, 9/16/13 The Catholic bishops of the United […]Read More »

National Catholic Register News Feed

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Vatican News Feed

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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 the […]Read More »

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. When […]Read More »

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 for […]Read More »

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 included […]Read More »

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 of […]Read More »

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