1668 State Street
San Diego, CA 92101
Limited parking in rear of church.
Monday – Saturday
7:30 am & Noon
Rosary recited before the mass
Saturday (Vigil Mass)
7:30 am, 9:00 am, 10:30 am & Noon
- Rosary said before the 7:30 and 9:00 am Mass
Parking on Sundays available at Washington Elementary School from 7:00 am until 1:20 pm. Gates close shortly after noon mass.
Weekday Mon - Fri Devotion:
Divine Mercy: 3:00 pm
1st Sunday: Noon Mass celebrated in Italian
2nd Sunday: Latin Mass with Gregorian Chant - 4:00 pm
1st Monday: Padre Pio Rosary, Mass & Devotions - 6:30 PM
1st Friday: Sacred Heart Devotion 7:30 am
Goretti Mass and Devotion - 6:30 pm
1st Saturday Devotion to Blessed Virgin Mary: 7:30 am
Every Tuesday: Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena - 7:30 PM
Monday – Friday: 11:30 am to Noon
Saturday: 4:00 to 5:00 pm
By Appointment - Call Office (619) 234-4820
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1629 Columbia Street
San Diego, CA 92101
Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 Noon, 1:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Parish Office Phone: 619-234-4820
Parish office is closed holidays.
GIFT SHOP HOURS AND INFORMATION: Phone: 619-234-0162
"Amen, I say to you, whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me" Matthew 25:40
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Too often we try to live a faith we don't know or understand. Some of us stumble along with it, going through the motions. Others simply walk away. That's why the time is right for Symbolon: Knowing the Faith. Presented by the most trusted and compelling teachers and filmed around the world with stunning cinematography, Symbolon: Knowing the Faith explains the essentials of the Catholic Faith in a way that will inform our minds and inspire our hearts. Presented in ten sessions that are ideal for parish catechism, family instruction, and personal devotion.
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April 4, 2018: The Journey of Faith (20 minutes)
April 11, 2018: Divine Revelation (32 minutes)
April 18, 2018: The Bible (33 minutes)
April 25, 2018: The Story of Salvation (34 minutes)
May 2, 2018: Who Is Jesus? (33 minutes)
May 9, 2018: The Paschal Mystery (33 minutes)
May 16, 2018: The Holy Spirit & the Life of Grace (37 minutes)
May 23, 2018: Why Do I Need the Church? (44 minutes)
May 30, 2018: Mary and the Saints (36 minutes)
June 6, 2018: The Last Things (40 minutes)
Finding Greater Meaning
We are all longing for a sense of greater meaning in our lives. In the below ANIMA series, Bishop Donald Hying leads us through an inspiring account of how God’s plan for the world gives each of us great dignity and purpose. He recounts that through Christ’s Incarnation, Resurrection, and the Institution of the Church, God reveals the meaning of all life. Accompanied by stirring music, stunning videography, and insightful narration, this three-part series will instigate further meditation on how you can respond to Christ’s sacrifice and continue carrying out his mission in his Church.
Crux directs our minds to the core, decisive point of our existence. In this session, Bishop Donald Hying helps us to explore the most fundamental question of the human heart: What is the purpose of my life? Bishop Hying guides us in contemplating the road signs in ordinary life which point to God’s greater plan for the world and ultimate salvation.
Kenosis is a Greek word that means "emptying." In this session, we are introduced to the Person of Jesus, who emptied himself to become human in the Incarnation. Bishop Hying explains how the Incarnation is God’s answer to our longing for a “God with skin on,” a God who is near and intimate with our human experience. Jesus invites us to imitate this gift by allowing our own suffering to open our hearts to greater compassion and mercy for others.
Blaze is a reference to the fire of the Holy Spirit falling upon the Apostles on the Feast of Pentecost. It was by the power of the Holy Spirit that the Apostles were sent to spread the good news and be a light to the world. This is the beginning of the Church which continues to be a light for the world today. We, as members of the Body of Christ, are incorporated into the Church and are called to be witnesses.