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Santiago de compostela current events

  • Knights Brizio Fundraiser

    Wednesday, January 18, 2017 5pm to 8pm

    Dinner? Make it a Brizio Night. 50% of your dine-in or carry-out purchase this evening supports our Knights (and your parish) charitable activities! Be sure to download the flyer and take it with you to place your order.

  • Bible Study

    Wednesday, January 18, 2017 9am to 11:15am and 7pm to 9pm

    Bible Study meets once a week from for a morning and evening session in the Parish Center, lead by Nancy Kobayashi and Barb Callahan. This seasons Bible Study theme is "Women in the Old Testament. Click on the image of Ruth and Naomi for more information.

  • Fr. Thomas' Installation Mass

    Saturday, January 21, 2017 5pm

    Please join us for this special liturgical celebration. Bishop Kevin Vann will be here to formally install Fr. Thomas Paul K. Naval as Santiago de Compostela's Pastor! The appointment came last July and Fr. Thomas has been official in his role for a while now, but this Mass will formally solidify Fr. Thomas' role as Pastor with Santiago's committees, staff and parishioners. There will be a Reception immediately following in the Parish Hall. We look forward to seeing you all there!

  • Obria Donations

    Weekend of January 28 and 29, 2017

    You can help support the brave women who choose LIFE for their infants, with your donation of diapers or baby shower appropriate gifts. Placing them in the portable crib (found near the fountain) on the last Sunday of each month.

  • First Friday Holy Hour

    February 3, 2017 at 7pm

    Each first Friday of the month we have a 24 hour Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament (from 8am Friday to 8am Saturday) with the Holy Hour of Prayer on Friday at 7pm. Adoration ends Saturday morning with Benediction before the 8am Mass.

  • Recycling Saturday

    Saturday, February 11, 2017 from 7am to 12pm

    On the second Saturday morning of each month, our Knights of Columbus are here to collect your recyclables. The receiving area is in the lower church parking lot off of Old Trabuco Road. Enter the lot and make your first right toward the corner of our property.

         Items we accept include: aluminum cans, bi-metal cans, newspapers, all types of paper to include junk mail and architectural drawings, books, magazines, glass jars and bottles, plastic bottles and all other plastic containers.

         If you are unsure if the item is recyclable, just bring it by and one of the volunteers will let you know. Your recyclables are a gift to those in need.

  • Mass with Anointing of the sick

    Saturday, February 11, 2017 8am Mass

    On the second Saturday of each month, Mass with Anointing of the Sick will be celebrated at the 8am Mass. Come and experience the power of faith and the healing presence of God.

  • South County Outreach Food Drive

    Weekend of February 11 and 12, 2017

    Santiago's community supports South County Outreach with a food drive held the second weekend of each month. We collect canned and boxed items that are easy to prepare and store at the local food pantry for those in need. Look for the blue barrels in the church plaza area for your food donations. If you are unable to bring the items this particular weekend, we do have collection boxes located just inside the parish hall doors where you can leave your donation. For more information about South County Outreach, click on the image of their logo.

  • Parish Office Closure

    Monday, February 15, 2017

    Parish Offices will be closed on Monday, February 15th for the President's Day Holiday. We will re-open at 8:30am on Tuesday, February 16th.

  • Addition of Friday Evening Confessions

    Each Friday from 4pm to 5pm

    Our parish priests are currently hearing confessions each Friday evening from 4pm to 5pm, in addition to our Saturday confessions from 3:30pm to 4:30pm, upon their availability. We will generally have both priests available unless one is otherwise engaged in another obligation.

  • My Parish App has launched

    We have successfully launched our newest form of communication, My Parish App. As a special gift to each parish from the Diocese of Orange for their 40th Anniversary, we have personalized our own app to fit the needs of our parishioners. The more features we explore, the more excited we become to bring you this powerful tool. You will receive notifications on your smart phones for upcoming events, be able to access our parish calendar, even send an email to any of the staff or clergy. You can also tailor the app to keep track of your Confession and Mass Schedules. Click on the image to download your app today, and select Santiago de Compostela as you parish. Lets stay connected!

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thoughts from

father thomas


15 January, 2017

My Dearest Parish Family,

God be with us always.

Now that we have entered the Ordinary Time in our Liturgical Calendar – let us take a moment to circle back to Christmas Season. One of my favorite Christmas songs has this as the last line of the refrain: “And May the Spirit of Christmas be always in our hearts.” Is this not a good advice to heed?

     If the Spirit of Christmas remains in our hearts – we will have generosity, joy, light, goodwill, peace and love each day of 2017. I am only naming a few of the graces we are given by the Season that has passed. We are halfway through the first month and indeed a lot has happened. We begin to get caught again with the daily grind of routine and the things we need to do.

     Let us not forget that God is “hiding in plain sight.” We must pray, ponder and stop time and again to love into the silence of our hearts where we encounter the Holy Spirit to guide, strengthen and comfort us. Whatever looming challenge or difficulty is waiting round the corner of each day, week or month that passes – we know that the “Emmanuel - God is with us.”

God bless and take care.

Love and prayers,

Fr. Thomas Paul K. Naval