1st Friday of every month from 7-8 pm
What is nightWATCH? Candlelight adoration with music and a great way to personally encounter Jesus Christ through prayer and praise music. Join us for a few minutes or stay the whole time. Watch the short video below to see what nightWATCH is all about.
Every Thursday from 8 am-8 pm; hours may vary
Adoration is a form of prayer where we come before the Eucharist, sometimes referred to as the Blessed Sacrament, exposed on the altar in a monstrance (ornate vessel used to display a consecrated Eucharistic Host). Bring a friend - ALL are welcome! Join us for a few minutes or stay an hour. Learn more, including what people love about attending Adoration. Silent adoration happens except from 3-4 pm when the Chaplet of Divine Mercy is recited and sung. Sign-up to pray at a designated hour - contact Sebastian
Every Monday at 6 pm in John Paul II (in-person) and every Tuesday and Wednesday at 4 pm (virtually)
Do you long for a closer relationship with God? Are you seeking a way to be healed, to find peace? Centering Prayer may be for you - sometimes called the prayer of quiet, or resting in God. It is designed to reduce the obstacles to an intimate personal relationship with God, and to promote personal healing and spiritual growth. Centering Prayer is an old form of prayer, similar to meditation, that has been practiced in the Christian Tradition for over 1,500 years, kept alive today in monasteries, convents, and by the lay faithful.
First Sunday of every month from 10 - 11 am in the John Paul II Room
Healing prayer is an opportunity to have two of our prayer team members pray with you for whatever healing you need whether physical, emotional, mental, or spiritual. All are welcome! We will be following safety protocols: please wear your mask and practice social distancing. If you need prayer at other times or have questions contact Mike or Kathy at [email protected] or 858.715.9831. Learn more about Healing Prayer in this ministry highlight.
A Mass intention is a wonderful way for you to request that the priest 'offer' a Mass for someone you know and love. These intentions many times are for the soul of a deceased person, but may also be for the personal intentions of the living (such as their birthday). You can now request and pay for your Mass intentions online.
Do you have a prayer request?