Advent – Christmas
Misa de Gallo
Dec 16-24 | 5:00am
Christmas Eve | Dec 24
5:00pm – Vigil of the Nativity of the Lord
11:00pm – Carols in the Co-Cathedral
11:30pm – Mass with Bishop Larry Silva
Christmas Day | Dec 25
8:00am – Mass for Christmas Day
10:30am – Mass
No Evening Mass
New Years Day
9:00am – Solemnity
News & Updates
- Fourth Sunday of Advent - Gospel: Luke 1:26-38 Mary’s Obedience and Decisive Yes The event described in the Gospel of this Sunday was the most important event till that time in human history. A young Jewish girl was invited by God through the angel Gabriel to be the mother of the savior. The decision taken by Mary to consent to […]
- Bishop Silva presides Immaculate Conception Mass - December 8, 2014 7:00 p.m.
- Ethnicities Represented During Co-Cathedral Thanksgiving Mass - November 27, 2014 9:00 AM Many parishioners wore ethnic attire as the community gathered to give their appreciation to God at Thanksgiving Mass. These ethnic backgrounds included the Chinese, Japanese, Hawaiian, Vietnamese, Filipino & Micronesian cultures. The church was filled to capacity and some people were standing during the mass. Father Gregorio Honorio Jr was […]
- Second Sunday of Advent - December 6-7, 2014. Who “Eats Locusts” for You? Last week’s Gospel stated we need to be alert because we do not know when the end will come. Now today’s Gospel emphasizes John the Baptist. Since these are the first Gospels our our “Christian New Year,” they are obviously important. But, what does John eating […]
4th Sunday of Advent
Fourth Sunday of Advent
Gospel: Luke 1:26-38
Mary’s Obedience and Decisive Yes
The event described in the Gospel of this Sunday was the most important event till that time in human history. A young Jewish girl was invited by God through the angel Gabriel to be the mother of the savior. The decision taken by Mary to consent to God’s invitation affected the history of the whole human race, influence your life and mine to a degree we can never imagine.
God had a plan for our salvation. But he wanted a human being to cooperate closely with that plan. God wanted Mary to give her consent before He would put it into effect. He had previously filled her with grace so that she might be prepared for this greatest of moments. He let her know that she was favored by God and that God was with her. But He let her decide freely to be the Mother of God’s Son.
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