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We celebrate the day of our Hispanic heritage, known as “Día de la Hispanidad”.

For more than 30 years, the United States has celebrated National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15. This is a time to highlight the contributions of this large and diverse community in America. But our Hispanic heritage encompasses much more than a single month.

Every day when we turn on the TV or the radio we see or hear many people who arrive seeking refuge. Many do it through the jungles and forests and desert roads, or the sea. Going through terrible dangers just to get to the place where they have placed their hope for a better and dignified life. This celebration reminds us that we have the opportunity to respect and learn to live with different cultures within the same country.

This leads us to reflect on the importance for all of humanity of reciprocal acceptance between cultures, respect for their customs, beliefs and traditions, which help increase the cultural capital of a country.

It is an invitation to achieve a common understanding where peace and tolerance are its two fundamental pillars”. We are Hispanics and we are becoming more united. From what gives us identity, we celebrate our history, culture and roots.

All Latinos, despite their locations, differences, recognize each other as part of a strong, united, warm and festive community that has earned a place in the history of the United States. We invite you to join our Spanish mass! Join us every Sunday at 12:15 p.m.


Fr. Rafael Garcia


Regular Schedule  


  • Holy Eucharist
    – 8:00 AM
  • Holy Eucharist - With Music
    – 10:00 AM
  • La Santa Eucaristía
    – 12:15 PM


  • Eucharist Service with Special Prayers for Healing
    – 12:10 PM

St. Francis of Assisi - Blessing of Animals

Food Pantry Collection

It is more blessed to give than to receive

These are difficult times and many struggle to make ends meet. Our ability to do direct outreach is limited because of the pandemic. When you come on Sundays, please consider bringing one or more items of canned or boxed food.  Items to consider include canned goods, peanut butter, packaged cereals, paper products, dish and laundry soaps, and boxed dinners. Please remember that we can not accept expired food or items that need refrigeration.

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Performing Arts / Omni District
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