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Virtual Holy Week & Easter 2020

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April 6 to 8, A Holy Week Retreat: "Before the Cross" following the noon Mass

  • Monday, April 6:       The Woman at the Well with Fr. Tom Martin

  • Tuesday, April 7:      The Man Born Blind with Fr. Kyle Faller

  • Wednesday, April 8:  The Raising of Lazarus (Spanish) with Fr. Edgardo Rodriguez

During Holy Week:

  • Daily Prayer at 3:00 pm: None on Good Friday.

  • Daily Prayer at 6:00 pm: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday only, will resume
    Tuesday, April 14.

  • Daily Mass at 11:00 am (Spanish) and 12:00 pm (English): Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday only, will resume Monday, April 13.

Holy Triduum
 

April 9, Holy Thursday

  • Mass of the Lord's Supper at 7:00 pm

April 10, Good Friday of the Lord's Passion

  • 9:00 am:   National Prayer with Los Angeles Archbishop José H. Gomez: Litany to the Sacred Heart of Jesus - Livestreamed at lacatholics.org/sacred-heart/ or facebook.com/usccb (click for the Litany in English or Spanish)

  • 12:00 pm:  Good Friday Reflection with Sr. Nancy Usselmann, FSP: Passion, Death and Resurrection - Growing in Union with Christ: Living an Everyday Mysticism

  • 1:00 pm:   Rebroadcast of the 2019 Concert on the Passion of Jesus Christ, composed and directed by our music director, Tony Eiras

  • 1:45 pm:   Reflection on the Seven Last Words of Jesus by parishioners Michelle Mendez, Oscar Ortiz, Mary Chacon, Joe Martin, Kate Gray, Antonio Benoit and Blake McNally

  • 3:00 pm:   Solemn Liturgy of Good Friday

  • 6:00 pm:   Stations of the Cross (Spanish)

  • 7:00 pm:   Solemn Liturgy of Good Friday (Spanish)

April 11, Holy Saturday

  • Easter Vigil Mass at 8:00 pm (Bilingual)

April 12, Easter Sunday

  • Masses at 9:30 am (English and 11:30 am (Spanish)

The celebration of Easter continues for 50 days until
Pentecost Sunday on May 31, 2020.

 

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During the health crisis, we will.........

  • HONOR ALL MASS INTENTIONS.

  • OFFER CONFESSIONS: On Saturday afternoons from 2:00pm to 4:00pm. One priest will be designated to hear confessions in the vestibule of the church. NO MORE THAN ONE PERSON MAY BE IN THE CHURCH AT ANY GIVEN TIME SO OTHERS WILL HAVE TO WAIT OUTSIDE THE MAIN DOORS AREA. REMEMBER, HOWEVER, THAT WE ARE ALL TO BE COMPLIANT WITH THE ‘SHELTER IN PLACE’ DIRECTIVE OF THE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT.

  • GIVE THE ANOINTING OF THE SICK: Priests will be available for this sacrament in cases of emergency.
     

  • ​​​​We are asking to postpone scheduled FUNERALS, BAPTISMS & WEDDINGS. If not possible, NO MORE THAN TEN PEOPLE CAN BE IN ATTENDANCE WITH STRICT OBSERVANCE OF COUNTY HEALTH PROTOCOLS.

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"Love Your Neighbor"
       Grocery Ministry Launched from the SF Archdiocese Office of
Human Life & Dignity 

Volunteers Needed.
Please go to sfarch.org/loveyourneighbor 
for more information.

For Spanish, please go to sfarchdiocese.org/amatuprojimo


 

Weekend Mass Times  

Sunday: 9:30 AM (English) Livestream Only & 11:30 AM (Spanish) Livestream Only


Daily Mass

Monday-Friday: 11:00 AM (Spanish) & 12:00 noon (English) Livestream Only

 

Daily Prayer

7 Days a Week: 3:00 PM & 6:00 PM
 

Reconciliation

Saturday 2:00 - 4:00 PM
Church vestibule, one person at a time.
 

Parish Center Office Hours

Closed until further notice.
Staff are available via email or phone (please leave message)


 

Our Mission

St. Pius Church is a Catholic community committed to sharing our faith, rooted in the life and love of Jesus and the Gospel. We welcome, unite, and inspire all to enrich their faith through the sacraments and compassionate service to others.

For all Sacraments:

Family must be registered in the parish for at least 6 months and attend Mass regularly.

 

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