The 8:00 a.m. Traditional Mass is a quiet and contemplative celebration of Holy Communion using either the beautiful Elizabethan English of Rite I or the modern English of Rite II.

The Choral Mass at 10:00 a.m. is a deeply reverent and joy-filled experience that draws the members of our community into whole-hearted worship of God. The congregation sings most of the liturgy together. 

The 12:00 p.m. Spanish Mass is a new ministry that is growing. A team of parishioners is going through the Diocesan Spanish language Lay Ministry Training to help expand this service.


Every third Sunday, we celebrate a healing Mass, with anointing and laying-on of hands for healing. The healing Mass is characterized by a deep level of caring for one another. We chant Taize music, and sing spirituals and devotional hymns during this service.

We frequently have dialogue homilies and bibliodramas, where the members of our community offer their reflections on the Sunday readings.

Our worship space is beautiful, full of color, and our community gathers in circles around the altar, the Baptismal font, and the preaching lectern. The colors of the icons, stained glass windows, and the San Damiano cross fill the worship space with warm hues of gold, brown, blue, and red to surround the worshipping community with feelings of warmth and reverent joy during our healing service.

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The 11 a.m. Holy Hour and the 12:00pm Traditional Mass is a quiet and contemplative celebration of Holy Communion.