Up Coming Events
Bishop Barron to Celebrate Mass At St. Max
This Sunday October 4th, the twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time,
Bishop Robert Barron
will be celebrating mass at St. Maximilian Kolbe at 9 AM. We are excited to share this news with you. Unfortunately, reservations are full at this time.
Remember each week you can make reservations to attend our Saturday 5 pm vigil or our Sunday 9 am mass on the
Starting Saturday October 31 there will be changes in the mass scheduled as outlined below. Please check the
Rosary via ZOOM!
On Tuesday, October 13 at 7:00 pm Kia and Gemma will be hosting a Rosary via Zoom. There will be a link posted on the website the day of the event to connect. You can reach out to Gemma with questions:
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Saint of the day: Vincent de Paul
Rosary for America:
Archbishop José H. Gomez invites all people of faith to join him and fellow bishops from across the country in praying a special
Oct. 7, the Memorial of Our Lady of the Rosary
, to seek our Blessed Mother’s intercession for the nation. The virtual rosary will begin at 12PM Pacific.
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I am starting a new Group:
St Max Prayer Circle
. I am looking for a moderator or moderators to help run the group. The purpose of the group will be a place where people can ask others to pray for an individual in need. The frequency of the messages will depend on the frequency of requests. Anyone can join the group. I will ask that you allow for Text Messages in addition to email messages when you join, as some requests may be more urgent.
As always we thank you for your generous support. Clink the above button to make a one time donation or recurring donations via Faith Direct. Remember to keep our priests in your prayers as they lead us through this very difficult time.
on Friday, October 2 at 12:00PM