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ANNOUNCEMENTS

06/14/21: New COVID Protocol begins Tuesday, June 15

Our Bishop Barber has sent us a new COVID directive that will be implemented starting Tuesday, June 15th, throughout the whole diocese. In compliance with the new directive, here are the highlights to follow going forward for St. Callistus parishioners ...

06/09/21: Summer Fellowship - Sunday, June 27 - 4:00 p.m. -  8:00 p.m.

Members of our parish ministries and volunteers are invited to join the Summer Fellowship event at the St. Callistus Courtyard. 

05/31/21: Hello from Brother Eric Saavedra,

a seminarian who will stay with us at St. Callistus for a few months. Please give him a warm welcome when you see him!

Ordinary Times Season
QUICK LINKS
MASS & COMMUNION

Join us for mass livestreamed thru Zoom and Facebook

PRAYERS

Prayers and devotions are powerful means of increasing our Faith

DAILY READINGS

Link to Bible readings at the USCCB (US Conference of Catholic Bishops) website

FLOCKNOTES

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FAITH FORMATION

Classes on the Catholic faith for children and adults

ONLINE OFFERING

Donate online or sign up for bank transfers to support  our parish

Above the Clouds
REFLECTIONS

JUNE 13TH - ORDINARY TIME

In today's Gospel, Jesus teaches us in the Parable of the Seeds that God acts in His own terms, and in His own time. God's ways are not man's ways. God cannot be dictated to by anything or by anyone. Yes, God is in perfect control. Let God be God, and let man be man.

 

The Kingdom of God has a life of its own, but that is not to say that we just leave it as such. Yes, grace is operative, whether we know it or not, but our Christian calling is to cooperate with God's grace. We are called to become partners in the Kingdom of God.

 

Obedience, trust, and patience. These are the three basic attitudes we should have if we are to become cooperators of grace. Those who disobey, those who distrust, and those who are impatient do more harm than good in this partnership with the Divine. May we not become obstacles to the growth of God's Kingdom in our midst. As long as we listen to God in prayer and follow His instructions, we will not become proud with our progress, or be discouraged with our setbacks and failures.

 

Prayer: Lord, remind me that everything happens in Your own terms, and in Your own time. Amen.

Fr. Dante

MASS SCHEDULE

Indoor Mass attendance is currently limited to 50% capacity on a first come first served basis. 

SUNDAY  

 8:00 AM

10:00 AM, 9:30-Rosary (Zoom and Facebook)

12:00 Noon

SATURDAY VIGIL 

 5:30 PM

DAILY (MONDAY-SATURDAY)

9:00 AM, 8:30-Devotional Prayer

(Zoom and Facebook)

HOLY DAYS OF OBLIGATION

9:00 AM and 7:00 PM

CONFESSION

SATURDAY 

4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

Parish Hall

(Other times by Appointment)

Guide to making a good Confession