In the centuries since her apparition, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Empress of the Americas has continued to transform lives. Her message and her image have been celebrated, venerated, studied, and passed on throughout the world. The Knights of Columbus presents a timeline to follow the Guadalupe Story from the apparitions to the present day.
|Advent, Christmas, and New Year Schedule|
|Monday, December 16, 2019||7:00 PM||Penance Service/Servicio de penitencia|
|Monday, December 23, 2019||7:00 AM||Morning Mass/Misa Diaria|
|Tuesday, December 24, 2019||7:00 AM||Morning Mass/Misa Diaria|
|5:30 PM||Christmas Vigil|
|7:30 PM||Vigilia de Navidad (Español)|
|11:25 PM||Adult Choir Concert (Preceding Midnight Mass)|
|Wednesday, December 25, 2019||12:00 AM||Christmas Midnight Mass|
|10:00 AM||Christmas Mass|
|12:00 PM||Misa de Navidad (Español)|
|Tuesday, December 31, 2019||7:00 PM||Bilingual Solemnity Vigil|
|Vigilia Bilingüe de Solemnidad|
|Wednesday, January 1, 2020||10:00 AM||Solemnity - Mary, Mother of God|
|12:00 PM||Solemnidad - Maria, Madre de Dios (Español)|
January 1st, Solemnity - Mary Mother of God, is a Holy Day of Obligation
The November-December issue of Catholic Herald magazine has been published. The theme for this issue is end-of-life issues. The digital edition of the magazine is available here.
In the cover story of the November-December issue, Catholic Herald features Deacon Michael and Barbara Turner of St. Rose of Lima Parish in Roseville, who are grief ministry trainers for the Diocese of Sacramento. They say coping with the death of a loved one or a loss of any kind can be one of the most challenging experiences people face. In these difficult times, a parish ministry of consolation can be a source of comfort and support to those who have suffered a loss.
Use these links to connect with the resources of the Diocese of Sacramento and the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops: