Holy Mass for Migrants
Save the Date! Sept 7th, 2019
Bishop McElroy and Bishop Dolan invite all families to participate in a special Mass for migrants to be held at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles on September 7th, 2019.
If you would like more information on how you can represent your parish or ministry in the pre-procession, please contact the parish office.
Second Saturday Support * Information * Hope
Second Saturday offers workshops on the difficult subject of divorce which unfortunately, touches many families.
Second Saturday workshops help relieve turmoil that can cause agony and answer questions in a humane manner. Contact Casey Rodriguez at 619-448-6500
Xavier Society for the Blind (XSB) which was founded in 1900 to assist blind and visually impaired people learn about their faith.
If you know someone who could benefit from inspirational, spiritual and religious reading materials in braille, audio and/or large print, free of charge, please help them at the following Website:
Altar Servers – needed
If you are at least in 6th grade and have made your First Communion, you are able to assist at the altar.
Call the parish office for more information. 760-744-1540
Would your company like to sponsor a booth at the upcoming Gran Fiesta?
If so please click below and complete the form….
Sponsor Form for Fiesta 2019
Life in the Spirit Seminar
Presented by Deacon Steve Greco.
Saturday, June 15: 9 a.m. -4 p.m.
St. Mary’s Parish Center
1170 South Broadway, Escondido CA 92025
For additional information call: 760-271-7743
Click this link to hear more from Deacon Greco: Deacon Steve Greco ” Empowered by the Spirit”
Pre-Baptismal classes are required for all parents seeking Baptism for their Infants and children. The classes renews the spiritual awareness of parents and godparents regarding their responsibility in requesting Baptism for their child. It also permits the parents and godparents to interact with each other in a spiritual setting prior to Baptism and be sure that all the paper work and other requirements are met. For more information call the parish office 760-744-1540.
Currently Interfaith Community Services in Escondido is in need of food items for their ‘Julia’s Pantry’ which is what they use to supply families and kids in the local community.
Many kids are able to receive free meals at school, however, Spring Break is approaching and Julia’s Pantry is there to help.
If anyone is interested in helping out by purchasing some of essential food items needed (listed below) I would be happy to meet at St. Mark’s parking lot on Saturday, April 6th to collect the items and take them to Interfaith.
– Macaroni & Cheese boxes
– Packaged Beans
– One-serving Tuna packs
– Granola Bars (soft type are best)