Mass Returns on Thanksgiving
Public Mass Returns on Thanksgiving Day!
Mass Outside at the School:
Thursday November 26, 2020
Friday November 27, 2020
Saturday November 28, 2020
Sunday November 29, 2020
7:30am, 9:00am, 5:00pm - English
11:00am - Spanish
Hispanic Ministry News
This Advent! Watch out for more Advent Retreat videos by Sor. Lidia Hernandez O.P. and the Saint Dominic Church Hispanic Ministry
Saint Dominic Catholic Church
2002 MERTON AVENUE, EAGLE ROCK, CALIFORNIA 90041
CHURCH & PARISH OFFICE INFORMATION
(323) 254-2519 • firstname.lastname@example.org
THE PARISH OFFICE IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC.
Please CONTACT US BY PHONE OR EMAIL:
- (323) 254-2519
MASS ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NOVEMBER 26 - 27 IS AT 9:00AM.
REGULAR MASS SCHEDULE RESUMES ON SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28.
MONDAY - SATURDAY:
8:00 AM - ENGLISH
5:00 PM - ENGLISH
7:30 AM - ENGLISH
9:00 AM - ENGLISH
11:00 AM - SPANISH
5:00 PM - ENGLISH
MASS IS LIVE STREAMED ON OUR PARISH FACEBOOK PAGE.
MASS VIDEOS ARE ARCHIVED ON OUR WEBSITE AND YOUTUBE CHANNEL.
SUNDAY MASS PACKETS ARE AVAILABLE TO FOLLOW ALONG AT HOME.
FRIDAY 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
- Eucharist / First Communion
- Reconciliation / Confessions
- Marriage / Weddings
- Holy Orders
Saint Dominic School PTO
November 1 - December 3
We’ve gone virtual this year! With See’s Candy we’ve set up a virtual storefront that will be open for ordering up until December 3rd. Order’s will be shipped directly to your home, making this an easy and safe way to receive your favorite holiday treats!
Thank you for your support!
Saint Dominic Church, Eagle Rock
October 12 - December 12
Meeting Daily at 6:00 PM on ZOOM
You are invited to join us at 6:00PM every day for a prayer of the Holy Rosary on Zoom. We will conclude with a Novena of the Virgin of Guadalupe and the Consecration for her Holy protection. All you need to participate are the ZOOM I.D. and password below.
ZOOM ID: 7997610380
COME AND SEE: A VIRTUAL RETREAT
January 15 - 17, 2020
It may be a New Year like no other, yet God is still calling, perhaps now more than ever! The Dominican Nuns of Corpus Christi Monastery are hosting a Come and See: Virtual Retreat for single, Catholic women ages 18-38 on January 15-17, 2021. The virtual retreat will include Mass, Divine Office, informative talks, as well as opportunities for one-on-one meetings and Q&A with the sisters.
For more information and to submit a registration request,
Please visit: https://www.opnunsmenlo.org/come-and-see-virtual-retreat
or contact Sister Joseph Marie OP: email@example.com
We are inviting single Catholic women, between the ages of 18 - 38 years, who are discerning religious life and want to learn more about cloistered Dominican life, to join us in January for a Come and See Virtual Retreat. The virtual retreat will begin Friday evening, January 15th and end Sunday morning, January 17th. During the virtual retreat, young women will join our community virtually for Mass, Divine Office, informative talks, as well as opportunities to recreate virtually with our community.
30 Minutes with DSPT Scholars
Monthly Talk Series Hosted by The Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology
More information and registration links are available at www.dspt.edu/wise-habits
The Dominican Month for Peace is an annual event of the Dominican Family initiated by the Master of the Order after the 2016 Jubilee celebration of the 800th anniversary of the Order of Preachers which called for a renewal of its preaching. In the spirit of St Dominic, it aims to show solidarity with Dominicans promoting peace in a world torn apart by many forms of violence and war. After focusing on Colombia in 2017, the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2018 and India in 2019, the Dominican Month for Peace turns this year to Europe and calls for solidarity with the Dominicans in Ukraine.
An Advent Retreat for Chaplains, Healthcare Professionals and Those Seeking Enrichment
Retreat based on the Book: A Living Gospel by Robert Ellsberg
In his latest work, Robert Ellsberg, the author of many acclaimed works on the saints, looks on the “living gospel” that is written in human lives. From biographical reflections on traditional saints and spiritual masters (including Dorothy Day, Henri Nouwen, Thomas Merton, Flannery O’Connor, and Oscar Romero), he reflects on what it means to read the spiritual text that is written in such lives. From that, we learn to read our own lives in the same light.
Register for this retreat at LACatholics.org/AdventRetreat
Presenter: Fr. John Hopkins, L.C.
Director, Divine Mercy Clinic and Family Center
Beginning on December 5th 2020
Mass and Conference #1: Saturday, December 5, 2020, 9am
Join Fr. John Hopkins in-person at St. Philip the Apostle Parish courtyard in Pasadena CA.
or Join by livestream at the Advent Retreat webpage
Conferences 2, 3, and 4 will be provided to experience at your own pace virtually. These can be viewed at the Advent Retreat webpage
Final Conference: Live zoom session January 7 at 11am. This final conference can be joined live on Zoom or viewed at the Advent Retreat webpage
Register for live zoom session
Cost: This retreat is provided at no cost by a grant from the Dan Murphy Foundation
Questions: Contact – Ann Sanders firstname.lastname@example.org or
Our Lady of Guadalupe
CELEBRATION OF OUR LADY, THE VIRGIN OF GUADALUPE
Sunday December 6, 2020 at 10:30am
The Archdiocese of Los Angeles will host virtually the 89th annual celebration of the devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe with a Procession and Mass virtually due to the pandemic on Sunday, December 6, 2020.
The celebration will begin at 10:30 a.m. with a procession. The procession will conclude at the San Gabriel Mission at 12:00 p.m. with a Mass presided by Archbishop José H. Gomez.
You are invited to join virtually via the Archdiocese social channels:
The theme chosen for this year’s celebration in honor of the Virgin of Guadalupe is, “Our Lady of Guadalupe: Mother of Healing and Hope,” which reflects on the importance of the presence of our Blessed Mother in our lives, especially during these challenging times.
The theme is based on the Bible verse, “How does this happen to me that the mother of my Lord should come to me?” (Luke 1:43). Two-thousand years ago, our Blessed Mother visited her cousin Elizabeth; nearly 500 years ago, she visited the native people of this continent as Our Lady of Guadalupe, and today she continues to visit her people. During her apparitions to St. Juan Diego, our Blessed Mother interceded for the healing of his uncle Juan Bernardino. During this time of pandemic, in which people are suffering physically, emotionally, spiritually, and financially, our Blessed Mother continues to visit her children, bringing them God’s healing mercy and His message of hope.
Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Sunday, December 13, 2020
Bring Your Family to the Manger: Preparing Our Families for Jesus' Birth’
The Office of Marriage and Family Life invites families to a fun and meaningful Mini-Advent Retreat as a Free Gift this Christmas which will also include an Advent Activity Kit sent to your home. The theme for the Mini-Advent Retreat is: ‘Bring Your Family to the Manger: Preparing Our Families for Jesus' Birth’ . See the invitation for Registration Details.