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St. Cecilia Catholic Church

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Information and guidelines for attending Mass

Versión en Español

  1. Due to several technical difficulties we are addressing, our live streaming may be intermittent. We ask for your patience! In order to view our daily 7 am Mass, Sunday 10 am Mass in English, and 1 pm Mass in Spanish, click here. 

  2.  Please check out Formed.org for many helpful resources to grow in the faith. To register go to formed.org/signup Select your parish (may use zip code). Register with your name and email. Check that email account for a link to begin using FORMED. 

  3. RCIA class will be starting in Centennial Hall Wednesday September 1st from 7-8 pm. These classes are not only for people interested in becoming Catholic, but also for those who are interested in learning what the Catholic Church teaches and for Catholics to get a "brusher upper" in the faith. 

Click Here to read Fr. Kubat's Letter updated 8-25-21

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                Upcoming Events
RCIA classes will be starting Wednesday September 1 from 7-8 pm in Centennial Hall. 
 Classes are for those who wish to learn more about the Catholic faith, or want to brush up their knowledge of the faith. 


  

Every Thursday

7pm to 8pm

Masses

Regular Weekday Masses: 

              Monday - Friday 7 am, 12:10 pm; Saturday 7 am

Sunday Masses: 

             Saturday evening 5pm; Sunday 8 am, 10 am, 1 pm Spanish, 7:30 pm

             The first Sunday of each month there is a Mass in Vietnamese at 11:30 am

              

Confessions


REGULAR CONFESSIONS SCHEDULE 
Monday -Friday, 20 minutes before the 7 am and 12:10 pm Masst
Saturdays - 20 minutes before the 7 am Mass; 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm and after the 5 pm Mass
Sundays - 20 minutes before each Mass

 

The Parish: A School of Prayer

Yes...our Christian communities must become genuine "schools" of prayer, where the meeting with Christ is expressed not just in imploring help but also in thanksgiving, praise, adoration, contemplation, listening and ardent devotion, until the heart truly "falls in love".

[St. John Paul II]

PRAY

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