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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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    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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March 1, 2013

Preparing for the 200th Year Celebration of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate

On January 25, 2016, the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate will be celebrating 200 years of its foundation. St. Eugene de Mazenod was inspired by God to begin a congregation of men to be missionaries of the world, serving in a particular way the needs of the poor and most abandoned. St. Ferdinand’s Church for decades has been blessed in having our congregation pastor and lead God’s people; many Oblate priests and brothers have come and touched lives of St. Ferdinand’s the community and beyond. How can we show our heartfelt appreciation and mark in a special way the presence of the Oblate charism within our community?

Rev. Louis Lougen, O.M.I., Superior General of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, has asked all Oblates to celebrate this great jubilee in all places we minister and making sure the images of St. Eugene de Mazenod be present at every location. We invite the community to join in celebrating this special event by making a donation towards purchasing a statue of St. Eugene de Mazenod and the Immaculate Conception. These statues, that we hope arrive on time, would be blessed the weekend of January 23rd & 24th and enthroned into the niches at the entrance of the church on January 25th (Feast of St. Paul), actual date the Oblates were founded. If any of you are interested in donating towards this special cause, please make your donation in separate envelope and make a clear notation that your contribution is for the Oblate Statues. We thank you for your generosity!

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