Welcome to St. Ferdinand

We, a living and struggling faith community, seek to journey daily guided by the message of the Gospel and the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. As a multicultural community, we seek to work together to integrate our relationships and discern the community needs. In striving to build and maintain a Christ Centered Loving Community. We hope to be ever more inclusive and welcoming to all.

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  • Mass Schedule

    Sunday (English)
    8:30am, 12:00pm, and 5:00pm

    Sunday (Spanish)
    7:00am, 10:30am, and 1:30pm

    Weekdays (English)
    7:00am

    Saturday (English)
    5:00pm

    Holy Days
    7:00am and 7:00pm (Bilingual)

    Reconciliation (Saturday)
    4:00-4:30pm and 6:00-6:30pm

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Weekly Reflexion

July 21, 2017

Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time In today’s first reading, the Lord speaks through the prophet Isaiah during a time of political dissolution and moral decline. The prophet had warned of God’s judgment against people for the feelings of self-importance they found in their possessions, and condemned them for various forms of economic injustice such as exploiting the poor and immigrants. Good stewards know that Isaiah’s message is as compelling today as it was in the time of the kingdom of Judah: Do the right thing. Offer justice and compassion toward others. Be honest in all your dealings. And remember to observe the day of the Lord.

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