Join us for a fourth visit to the house of Our Lady of Guadalupe, you will be amazed and touched by this spiritual pilgrimage!
Call our Rectory (210)227-0126 ext. 210
The Archbishop’s Appeal is the annual fundraising campaign that provides supplemental financial assistance to institutions, programs and ministries affiliated with the Catholic Church throughout the Archdiocese of San Antonio. It is an opportunity for Catholics throughout the Archdiocese to join together to express their solidarity with the Church and Archbishop Gustavo by making a freewill contribution to help carry on the important work Christ has entrusted to us as God’s stewards.
As Each One Has Received a Gift, Use It To Serve One Another As Good Stewards Of God's Varied Grace." (1 Peter 4:10)
Daily/Weekend Mass Times
Monday - Saturday: 12(noon)
Saturday: 12(noon) and 5pm
Sunday: 8am, 9:30 (Spanish), 11:00am, 12:30pm
Holy Days of Obligation
12:00pm, 5pm Holy Day Vigil
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Monday- Saturday: 10:45am to 11:45am
Children from ages 13-17 are attending Confirmation class with Harrison Denn and Joyce Benitez, as their teachers, on Tuesday evenings at the Rectory from 6:30pm - 7:30pm. The Sacrament of Confirmation will be held at Holy Redeemer Church.
Classes for RCIA Process for Children are held on Sundays at St. Joseph's Hall with Elvira Alonzo as their teacher. RCIA for Adults are held on Tuesday evenings with Sister Mary, Toby Hines and Brent Forrest as their teachers.
If you have any questions concerning the Faith Formation Program please call Bea at 227-0126 ext. 210.
Inspired by Emmanuel Eucharistic Spirituality
by Victor M. Parachin
Proposed "Mother of the Americas" Project, for the New Evangelization! Building a "Civilization of Love"!
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Let us pray!
Long live Christ the King and Mary of Guadalupe! Saint Joseph, Father of the New Evangelization, pray for us!
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When the Virgin of Guadalupe appeared to the native Indian Saint Juan Diego, she spoke these important words to him: “Am I not your mother? Are you not under my shadow and my gaze? Am I not the source of your joy? Are you not sheltered underneath my mantle, under the embrace of my arms?” (Nican Mopohua, nos. 118-119).
If thou wilt patiently endure adversity, be a man of prayer.
If thou wilt overcome tribulation and temptations, be a man of prayer.
If thou wilt trample upon thy perverse inclinations, be a man of prayer.
If thou wilt know the deceits of Satan, and avoid them, be a man of prayer.
If thou wilt live joyfully in the work of God, and trace the way of labor and affliction, be a man of prayer.
If thou wilt exercise thyself in a spiritual course, and not walk according to the desires of the flesh, be a man of prayer.
If thou wilt put to flight thy vain and trifling fancies, be a man of prayer.
If thou wilt feast thy soul with holy thoughts, good desires, fervour, and devotion, be a man of prayer.
If thou wilt establish thy heart with a manly spirit, and constant purpose in the service of God, be a man of prayer.
To conclude, if thou wilt root out vice, and be endued with virtues, be a man of prayer. In it is received the unction of the Holy Ghost, which teacheth all things. Also, if thou wilt climb up to the top of contemplation, and enjoy the sweet embracings of thy beloved spouse, be a man of prayer. For by the exercise of prayer, we come to that contemplation and taste of heavenly things. Thou seest of what great power and virtue prayer is. For the confirmation of all which, omitting the testimony of holy Scriptures, let this be an evident proof unto thee, that by daily experience, we hear and see illiterate and simple persons to have attained the aforesaid and greater things by the virtue of prayer