Christ is risen, alleluia, alleluia!

From the Pastor's Desk

Dear brothers and sisters,

Christ our Passover is Risen indeed! Alleluia, Alleluia!

With this salutation I wish all of you might rejoice on this Day the Lord has made, the day of his resurrection, which is the day of our liberation from the distressing slavery to sin. Christ is our salvation, let us rejoice and be glad because he has overcome sin and destroyed death for us. This is the greatest mystery we celebrate on this day. The longest day, why? Because the day of the resurrection grants us eternal live. Let the radiant light of Christ’s Resurrection illumine our lives so that we may walk with him towards eternal live.

God bless you,

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Queridos hermanos,

¡Cristo nuestra Pascua ha resucitado! ¡Aleluya, Aleluya!

Con este saludo les deseo que se alegren en este Día que el Señor ha hecho, el día de su resurrección, que es el día de nuestra liberación de la angustiosa esclavitud del pecado. Cristo es nuestra salvación, alegrémonos y estemos felices porque él ha vencido el pecado y destruido la muerte por nosotros. Este es le misterio más grande que celebramos hoy. El día más largo, ¿por qué? Porque el día de la resurrección nos agracia con la vida eterna. Dejemos que la luz radiante de la resurrección de Cristo ilumine nuestras vidas para que caminemos con el hacia la vida eterna.

Dios les bendiga,
— Fr. Francisco M. Tovar

Parish Activities

Our Parish is making a Pilgrimage to the Holy Land from September 30 to October 11, 2019. Join us!

For more information call Julia Pinto to (240) 355-6119


Next Sunday, April 28, we’ll have our annual Spring Festival with food, mechanical bull, and much more. Come en enjoy sharing with your brothers and sisters.

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El proximo domingo 28 de abril tendremos nuestro Festival Parroquial de Primavera con comida, toro mecánico y mucho maas. Venga y diviértase compartiendo con sus hermanos de la parroquia.


Monday-Friday: 9am - 8pm

We close for lunch time from 12:30 to 1:30pm

Mass Times

Monday-Saturday: 7:30am (English) in St. Joseph's Chapel

Monday-Friday: 7:00pm (Spanish) in Church.

Saturday: 5pm (English-Choir), 6:15pm (Spanish),

8pm (Neocatechumenal Way)

Sunday: 8:30am and 10:30am (both in English), 12:15pm (Spanish),

2pm (Haitian) and 4pm (Ghanaian).

*Special schedule for Holy Week, Easter, Christmas & New Year

Confession Times

Monday-Friday: 5:30pm - 6:45pm in the Church

Saturdays: 3:45pm - 4:45pm in the Church

Or any other time by calling at the Parish Office

Eucharistic Adoration

Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 7:30am
Thursday: 8am - 2pm



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