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Santiago de compostela current events

  • Mass and Prayer service schedule

    February 10, 2016

    • 6:30am English Prayer Service with Ashes in Church
    • 8:00am English Mass with Ashes in Church
    • 12:00pm Noon English Prayer Service with Ashes in Church
    • 6:00pm English Mass with Ashes in Church
    • 6:30pm English Prayer Service with Ashes in Parish Hall
    • 7:30pm Spanish Mass with Ashes in Church
    • 8:00pm Spanish Prayer Service with Ashes in Parish Hall

    While Ashes will be distributed at all of the times listed above, the Eucharist will only be given at the Mass times: 8:00am, 6:00pm, and 7:30pm.


    Click on the photo of this section for a Busted Halo video on Ash Wednesday and Lent.

  • Parish Office Closure

    In observance of President's Day, the parish offices will be closed on Monday, February 15th. Daily Mass will be celebrated at 8am.

  • Part-time data entry clerk position


    Santiago de Compostela Church is currently seeking a valuable and trusted back-office data entry clerk to assist the Pastor/Administrator, as well as the parish Financial Administrator. The position will report directly to the Financial Administrator. This position requires the handling of sensitive and privileged data of parish members. The privacy of sensitive data is entrusted to this position, and, as such requires the ability to respond accordingly.

    This position is anticipated to require not more than 10 hours weekly, with occasional additional hours for special projects. This position will also be required to cover for our receptionists on an on-call basis as needed from Sunday through Friday. The workload and responsibilities of this part-time position require a work schedule as follows:
    Monday - 5 hours
    Tuesday - 5 hours

    Technical requirements include:
    1. Publisher
    2. MS Office Suite (Word and Excel)
    3. Strong communications skills, including the ability to compose and edit articles.
    4. Bilingual English/Spanish.
    5. Must be able to work independently, and must be able to meet required deadlines.
    6. Must be a practicing Roman Catholic.
    7. Minimum of two years office experience.


    Interested candidates, please submit resume to Shirley Burgos, sburgos@sdccatholic.org.

  • 'Singing is praying twice'

    Santiago's Music Director, Vanessa Brockman, was featured in this article in the Orange County Catholic on January 19, 2016, along with her daughter and vocalist, Brianna Brockman. Sue Stegall, our pianist, was also shown. Click on the photo of this section to see the article. Be sure to watch the video at the bottom of the article.

  • Pilgrimage to italy with fr. gregory marquez

    From May 2 - 11, 2016, you have the opportunity to go on a pilgrimage with our very own Fr. Greg. See Rome, Assisi, Casia, Loreto, Lanciano, Monte Sant'Angelo, San Giovanni Rotondo, and Monte Cassino! Click on the photo of this section for the full itinerary and registration form.

thoughts from

father thomas


JMJ

10 February, 2016

My Dearest Parish Family,

God be with us always.

“Here we go again . . .” I heard one priest say this a few years back when we were having a meeting discussing the Lenten Season. It seemed to me that to him it looked like the “same ol’ same ol’”, going through the motions, rituals, Liturgical Celebrations, etc. at this time of the year. On the other hand, this morning I saw a small card in the vestibule that reads boldly: “Best Lent Ever!”

     So how do we make a Journey through this Lenten and Easter Season that will be relevant, meaningful, and life-changing that will have its effects beyond the days and weeks that comprise these seasons. Repeating the latter phrase: “Best Lent Ever!”

     Making a conscious choice to engage God’s invitation is a start. The invitation to “return to Him with your whole heart and to rend our hearts and not just our garments.” Let us spend Lent focused on the DO’S (Prayer, Fasting & Abstinence and Almsgiving) and not just the DON’TS (No Meat, No Candy, etc.).

     Our Parish is providing many ways and means to engage and journey meaningfully through these coming days. We have the Mass with Anointing of the Sick, Lenten Dinners, Stations of the Cross, Lenten Day of Penance, among many. We have Outreach Ministries that are always in need of volunteers: Burrito Ministry, Recycling, etc.

     This weekend, Pat Walloch and German Roa will be speaking with you regarding the Annual PSA. This also is a perfect opportunity for us to listen, pray and respond to the appeal not just as an almsgiving because of an obligation. Please listen, pray and reflect on the message they will share with you. The response should come from a grateful heart that is willing to pledge and to participate more fully in the mission entrusted to us by Jesus our Lord.

     We shall also be handing out a book: “Rediscover Jesus,” which will be the topic of the videos of Faith Testimonies of parishioners like you who strive to have a more dynamic relationship with Jesus Christ leading to genuine Discipleship and Stewardship. I do hope we all benefit from their witnessing.

God bless and take care.

Love and prayers,

Fr. Thomas Paul K. Naval