SANTA BARBARA’S PANTRY WISH LIST
The parish’s food pantry is a membership charity currently serving sixty-four needy heads of household and homeless individuals. Each patron is allotted sufficient food and sundry items to last two days. Thanks to the generosity of sponsors and donors, foodstuff for approximately 1,200 skimpy meals are distributed each week. The following list indicates the monthly needs not supplied by sponsors:
Please be generous. Fr. Ken is usually in the pantry ½ hour before opening times to accept donations and deliveries.
Peace be with you.
Effective October 15, 2020:
Office staff are available to assist you Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9AM - 12PM.
With the recent announcement by Archbishop Michael Byrnes, we will resume the following Mass schedule, effective Saturday, Oct. 3, at 5PM.
Sunday Schedule of Masses:
Daily Mass Schedule
*Effective, Nov. 3, 2020, daily Mass will be celebrated at 6AM and 6PM in the lower chapel.
Masks must be worn at all times on church grounds. Before entering the church, parish staff will assist with temperature screening and hand sanitizing. If you are ill, stay home. Masses will continue to be live-streamed and broadcast over the speaker system on Sunday at 8AM and 5PM. Parishioners are welcome to continue remaining in their vehicles for “parking lot” Mass.
Father Dan and the Santa Barbara Parish Pastoral Council are pleased to announce the launch of our new parish mobile app for Android devices. The app is available for download on Google Play, and will be coming soon to the Apple App Store.
Best of all, through the app’s push notifications, we can alert you of important announcements and events, delivered directly to your mobile phone or tablet.
Be on the lookout for more announcements as we deliver additional features to parishioners through the mobile app!
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My Dear Parishioners,
Last October 17, at the Cathedral-Basilica, we celebrated the funeral Mass for Msgr. David I. A.
Quitugua. We bid goodbye to a well-loved priest who served so faithfully and lovingly the
people of God here on Guam. In the afternoon of that same day, at the very same church,
deacon Ron Pangan was ordained to the sacred order of priesthood by Archbishop Michael
Jude Byrnes. The priests of the Archdiocese welcomed their newest member.