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Opening of the Liturgical Year

Consecration Renewal

"O God, I ask you to make me worthy to approach your pure altar without shame or blemish for I am a sinful servant."

Liturgical Season

Liturgy and Sacraments

Candle Lighting Prayer

The Mysteries of the Church

Baptism & Confirmation

For Churching your New-Born and the Mysteries of the Christian Initiation, please contact the parish center.

The sacrament of reconciliation is celebrated primarily on the First Friday of the Month
From Noon to Nine (9:00 pm)
During Eucharistic Adoration.
& Always by appointment!

Anointing of the Sick

 Please call the priest directly, or register HERE, for the Communion for the Homebound, and for the anointing of the sick at home, hospital or in a Nursing Home. (Hospitals do not usually notify us). 

When a loved one has passed on, contact the priest immediately.


The Service of the Divine Mysteries (Mass Times) 

-Sunday: 10:30 AM
​(Upper Church)

-Saturday vigil:  4:00 PM
(Upper Church)

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-Tuesday to Friday:  6:00 PM
(St. Aquilina lower Chapel)

Note: The Language of the
Divine Liturgy on Fridays
is Arabic.

First Friday of the month:
Divine Liturgy at 10:30 am
Adoration & Confession, Noon to Nine

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Offer the intention of the Divine Liturgy

Union of Love

The Mysteries of the Church

Crowning - (Marriage)

Formation for this blessed event begins 7 months in advance of the desired date. To schedule a wedding, please contact the church 7 months before the wedding date, before booking a wedding venue.

Holy Orders

If God is calling you to serve His church in the consecrated life, don't hesitate in discerning your vocation. Contact the priest to discuss your vocation.

Liturgy and Sacramets
Monthly Intentions

Prayer Intentions of the Month

Lord, we raise the Holy Land to you, and pray for those suffering. We ask that you provide peace in this crisis, and protection and comfort for all those who have been impacted. 

 -We Pray to you, O Lord.

Prayer Request

Prayer Requests


Our Lord Jesus Christ taught us and asked us to be a people of prayer and to lift each other to the heart of God through prayer and Good works.

We are blessed to carry your intentions in our prayers and share them in our prayer chain. Consider joining it!

Please press HERE to fill the prayer form, and let's get praying!

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