On Sunday, we gather as the Body of Christ to celebrate the Lord’s Day, the day of Christ’s Resurrection. This celebration is not a solitary, private event. Instead, we come together as the People of God, the Church, to worship with one heart and one voice. All are welcome!
Daily – 8:30 a.m.
Saturday – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday – 8:00, 9:30, 11:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
The Holy Spirit Art and Environment Ministry, led by Patricia Bilello and Sue Shill, is busy every week preparing our church for our weekend Masses. This ministry often goes above and beyond to meet the needs of our community, but when Christmas and Easter fall so close together as they do again in this Liturgical Year, our Art and Environment ministry needs a few extra hands to transform our worship environment.
Lent begins with Ash Wednesday on February 14th and we need your help. If you are willing to help in this grace-filled ministry on February 13th, Tuesday morning, at 9:30 please contact Katie Metzger know at 408-997-5115 or email@example.com. We are especially in need of a few strong men or youth to help with some heavy lifting and placement of banners. Community service hours can be earned.
We will be reaching out in a few weeks for help to transform environment for Palm Sunday, then Holy Thursday, Good Friday and finally Easter for both the Church and Gym.
Bishop Patrick J. McGrath will preside at the special Diocese of San Jose Celebration of the World Day of the Sick
Saturday, February 10th at 11:00 a.m.
Saint Christopher Church, 1576 Curtner Avenue, San Jose
Sponsored by Order of Malta In Honor of Our Lady of Lourdes
Join us for a special Eucharistic Celebration with Anointing of the Sick
Bishop Patrick J. McGrath has granted a dispensation from the Lenten discipline of abstinence from meat to all the faithful of the Diocese of San Jose who will be observing Friday, February 16, the first day of the Asian New Year.
The Public Health Officer of Santa Clara County has again requested that we make a number of temporary adaptations to our celebrations of the Eucharist, so as to foster the health of our worshipping communities and also of the wider community:
– Holy Communion will not be shared under the form of Consecrated Wine
– Holy Communion will be distributed only into the hands of communicants
– People should refrain from holding hands during the the Lord’s Prayer and the Sign of Peace
To read the Bishop’s statement in full, click here: Bishop’s Statement for 2017/18 Flu Season