Christ the King
THANKSGIVING MASS 10:00 a.m., 9:30 a.m. devotional prayers
Bring your bread and wine for blessing during the Thanksgiving mass and Fr. Dante will bless it (keep it at the pews with you, not placed on altar). Please note office will be closed on Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25 and Friday, Nov. 26
PARISHIONER DAY OF RECOLLECTION Parishioners are offered a spiritual retreat by Fr. John Mark Ettensohn who will speak on the topic of Fear on Saturday, November 27 from 10:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
You may attend from the comfort of our church pews or your home as this event will be livestreamed on Zoom and Facebook. See the livestream links from our saintcallistus.org/mass web page. Scroll down past the Mass Intention information. Food and drink will be provided during lunch break. You may bring snacks as supplement to your meal. No Vaccinated Card or proof of COViD test within 72 hours is needed to attend this event, but must wear mask indoors of Church or Hall. Mask outdoors are optional.
Please RSVP before November 26, 12:00 p.m. through Flocknote RSVP link. The office regular business days are M-F 8- 2pm, but closed Thanksgiving Day (11/25) & Friday, 11/26.
LATEST DIOCESE/COUNTY COMPLIANCE
In compliance with the new order issued August 2, 2021 for all Bay Area Counties, masks are required indoors, regardless of vaccination status, effective midnight August 2, 2021.
NOVEMBER 21ST - CHRIST THE KING
1st Reading: Daniel 7:13-14
2nd Reading: Revelation 1:5-8
Gospel: John 18:33b-37
In today's Gospel, the Lord reminds us who is really in charge and who has the real power in this world. Lest we forget, we are reminded today on the solemnity of Christ The King, that His dominion and His Kingship shall not be taken away. So, if we think we are some kind of a king or a queen in this life and in our own life, think again. We all are just servants of Christ The King!
As we celebrate Christ the King, the Lord invites us also today to reflect on truthfulness, "for everyone who belongs to the truth listens to my voice." The Lord speaks to each one of us in our conscience. We do hear God's voice within. It's just that we often refuse to listen to it or turn it down or shut it off. Instead of listening to our King, we end up disobeying our King. Lest we forget, the voice within us is the voice of our King.
Please find time today to consecrate, once again, yourself or ourselves to Christ the King. Let this be our prayer, "Oh Christ my King, I put myself under your care and protection. All that I am and all that I have is from you. From you I came, to you I go back in the end. Help me to live a life pleasing to you as a humble, truthful, obedient to your voice and loving servant of yours. Amen.”
10:00 AM, 9:30-Rosary
8:30 AM Devotional Prayer
9:00 AM Mass
HOLY DAYS OF OBLIGATION
9:00 AM and 7:00 PM
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM
30 minutes before each Sunday Mass
Other times by Appointment