4pm to 5pm!
Come say welcome (back) and share your blessing with our new (returning) parroquial vicar, Fr. Luke… all safely from your car!
Drive thru the alley behind the church (enter on 29th). Fr. Luke will be there in person 4pm-5pm.
This is a way to have some safe face contact with Fr. Luke as he begins his ministry with us again (especially those who are not comfortable returning to the church building yet)!
A PRAYER FOR JUSTICE BY FR. LEO AMAZAN
Lord Jesus, as you laid down your life for us, you prayed to the Father: “I pray not only for them, but also for those who will believe in me through their word, so that they may all be one, as you, Father, are in me and I in you, that they also may be in us…” (Jn. 17:21a).
Today, as we are faced once again with the division and strife caused by the sin of racism, we join our voices to your voice, and we pray:
That all of us be one:
Black and white.
Yellow and brown.
Young and old.
Near and far.
That all of us feel as one:
Loved, not feared.
Safe, not insecure.
Valued, not scorned.
Uplifted, not beaten down.
That all of us work as one:
Not to tear down, but to build up.
Not only to stop violence, but also to promote peace.
Not only to restore order, but also to ensure justice.
Not to favor few, but to defend the dignity and rights of all.
May we all be one.
May we all recognize each other as one family, as sons and daughters of God.
May we be united, here on this earth, and may our bonds of charity and love lead us to the eternal life.
Una oración por la Justicia P. Leo Almazán
Señor Jesús, cuando estabas a punto de dar tu vida por nosotros, oraste a tu Padre diciendo: “No ruego sólo por éstos, sino también por aquellos que, por medio de su palabra, creerán en mí, para que todos sean uno. Como tú, Padre, en mí y yo en ti, que ellos también sean uno en nosotros…” (Jn. 17, 20-21).
Hoy que enfrentamos una vez más la división y la violencia causadas por el pecado del racismo, unimos nuestras voces a la tuya y te pedimos:
Que todos seamos uno:
Los anglos y los afroamericanos,
Los hispanos y los asiáticos,
Los Jóvenes y los ancianos,
Los cercanos y los lejanos.
Que todos nos sintamos:
Amados, no temidos.
Seguros, no amenazados.
Valorados, no despreciados.
Honrados, no humillados.
Que todos trabajemos juntos:
No para derribar sino para construir.
No sólo para detener la violencia, sino para promover la paz.
No sólo para restablecer el orden, sino para garantizar la justicia.
No para favorecer a unos pocos, sino para defender la dignidad y los derechos de todos.
Que todos seamos uno. Que todos nos reconozcamos como hermanos, miembros de una sola familia: la familia de Dios. Que permanezcamos unidos en esta vida y que nuestros lazos de fraternidad y amor nos conduzcan a la vida eterna.
Weekend Mass Times
Saturday (incense free) 4:00 p.m.; Sunday 7:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m.,
11:45 a.m. (Español)
Saturday from 3:00-3:45 p.m.; Sunday from 11:00-11:30 a.m.
or by appointment
All are invited to daily Eucharist in the main part of the church, Monday-Friday at 7:45am. Use the South Entrance of the church.
During this time of COVID-19, Morning and Evening Prayer is not open to the public.
If you couldn’t make it to Mass at St. Dominic’s this week, but still want to hear from Fr. Jim, O.P., and Fr. Chris, O.P., we have provided their weekly pastoral reflections and the full bulletin for you. To check out the bulletin or the pastoral reflections, please click on the buttons above.
St. Dominic Catholic Church is dedicated, through powerful preaching, the Sacraments, and our worship of God, to help you find healing and to chase after holiness. Through our community, we strengthen those in need and welcome those who are lost and broken. And through our ministry both in our parish and in our community, we grow as servant leaders and follow Christ’s own example of service to the poor and the stranger. Together, through the encouragement of the Holy Spirit, we can change the world and help to bring the Kingdom of Heaven one step closer.
Christ has called you to be the light of the world. Together we can and will shine with God’s own light. Become part of our story. Read more about what makes St. Dominic different than other parishes.
What to Expect
When you enter St. Dominic’s you can expect to be welcomed into not just a community, but a beautiful church family centered on Jesus Christ and the healing He brings through the Sacraments and through each of us. As Dominicans providing powerful and relevant preaching is our focus in life, but hospitality is a close second!
As Catholics, the center and summit of our Faith and of our Sunday Worship is the Eucharist which truly becomes the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Christ up on the altar.
But that doesn’t mean our fellow Christian brothers and sisters are not welcome, quite the opposite actually. If you do not wish to receive Communion, or are simple unsure what it means for you, you may still come up and receive a blessing and prayer.
We are a parish open to everyone and if you wish to join this church family for a single Sunday or as a regular parishioner we are more than happy to have you. Your presence is a grace to us.
There is parking lot on both the North and South sides of the church as well as street parking.