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 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Please CONTACT US BY PHONE OR EMAIL:
- (323) 254-2519
PUBLIC MASS IS OUTDOORS AT THE SCHOOL SHELTER.
MONDAY - SATURDAY: (OPEN TO THE PUBLIC)
8:00 AM - ENGLISH *
SATURDAY: (EVENTBRITE RESERVATIONS REQUESTED)
5:00 PM - ENGLISH
SUNDAY: (EVENTBRITE RESERVATIONS REQUESTED)
7:30 AM - ENGLISH*
9:00 AM - ENGLISH*
11:00 AM - SPANISH*
5:00 PM - ENGLISH*
Reservations for Weekend Outdoor Mass are available on Eventbrite.com
Please review our Guidelines before attending Mass.
*DESIGNATED MASSES ARE 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 (AT THE SCHOOL SHELTER)
SATURDAY 3:30PM (AT THE SCHOOL SHELTER)
- Eucharist / First Communion
- Reconciliation / Confessions
- Marriage / Weddings
- Holy Orders
MASS INTENTIONS CAN BE DROPPED OFF AT THE OFFICE MAILBOX.
MASS RESERVATIONS - WEEKEND SCHEDULE
Outdoor Mass at the School Shelter
SATURDAY OCTOBER 31:
5:00 PM - ENGLISH
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 1:
7:30 AM - ENGLISH
9:00 AM - ENGLISH
11:00 AM - SPANISH
5:00 PM - ENGLISH
Please follow all guidelines when attending Mass.
PLEASE NOTE: The dispensation from the Sunday Mass obligation has been extended by the Archbishop until further notice. Also: we will continue to provide Sunday Mass on live stream for those who cannot physically attend church.
For those in a vulnerable group (age 65 and above or with any compromising health condition), you should refrain from coming to church at this time.
Even if you are healthy but you are anxious, apprehensive, or in any way worried about your health or the possibility that not every single person may follow all prescribed procedures, then it is best to refrain from coming to church at this time. That is perfectly understandable.
Fr. Jude Eli, O.P.
ZOOM Preaching Series
"The Christology According to the
Gospel of John"
November 2-5, 2020
MORNINGS: 9:00 AM PACIFIC
EVENINGS: 7:00 PM PACIFIC
Dia de Los Muertos
Altar Table at the Parish Hall
Parishioners are invited to drop by and place framed photos of departed loved ones at our Day of the Dead altar table, located at the Parish Hall.
Please retrieve photos by November 6.
Day of the Dead History:
"Day of the Dead or Dia de los Muertos is a series of commemorative days dedicated to those who have died. It is celebrated generally between Halloween, Oct. 31 through Nov. 2, and coincides with the Catholic holy days of All Saints (Nov. 1) and All Souls (Nov. 2).
Day of the Dead is actually divided into two distinct holidays, the first being Dide los Inocentes, which is dedicated to children on Nov. 1, and Dide los Muertos on Nov. 2, which is the actual Day of the Dead. Both days taken together are collectively referred to as the Day of the Dead, and celebrations can begin as early as Halloween (Oct. 31)..."
Help make Christmas brighter for a needy child this year!
Boxes are available at the Parish Office and will be distributed at Mass on Oct. 24-25. Please return your completed shoe box to the office by November 8, 2020.
For more information about the Operation Christmas Child charity, please visit:
Bring your pets (or a photo of your pets) for
Blessing of Animals
Saturday, October 31, 2020
Adult Ed. Courtyard
Please wear a mask and practice safe social distancing at this event.
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
Space is limited for the following weekends. Please register in advance.
October 16-18, 2020
November 6-8, 2020
March 5-7, 2021
Often the best way to begin discerning whether you are called to our way of life is to attend a “Come and See” Discernment Weekend at the Priory of St. Albert the Great in Oakland, California.
The weekend takes place in a “no-pressure” group setting with many other young men who are also considering the possibility of a Dominican vocation, perhaps for the first time. You will have a chance to see Dominican life first-hand, and to learn more about the Order through brief informational presentations by a number of priests and brothers.
Along with the opportunity to meet, socialize, and ask questions of the student and novice brothers in formation, guests also join the friars for the chanted Liturgy of the Hours, celebration of the Eucharist, and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.
For more information, contact Fr. John Marie Bingham, O.P., the Director of Vocations at: email@example.com or 510-658-8722
For more information, visit: www.opwest.org/comeandsee/
30 Minutes with DSPT Scholars
New Monthly Series - Starts October 29
Monthly Talk Series on Thursdays, 5:30 PM Hosted by The Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology
October 29, 2020
Fr. Bart Hutcherson, OP
More information and registration links are available at www.dspt.edu/wise-habits
11th Annual African American Catholic Ancestral Mass
Saturday November 21, 2020 at 12:00PM
St. Odilia Catholic Church
This Mass will take place at the “Negro National Church of Los Angeles”, St. Odilia Catholic Church, established in 1926 and today recognized as the “Mother Church” for all Los Angeles’ African American Catholics.
THIS MASS WILL BE LIVE STREAMED ON FACEBOOK at www.facebook.com/aaccfe/
This year’s Presider will be Most Reverend Edward W. Clark with Homilist Msgr. Timothy Dyer.
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) has launched a campaign inviting Catholics to model civility and love for neighbor throughout the year. Civilize It: Dignity Beyond the Debate will ask Catholics to pledge civility, clarity, and compassion in their families, communities, and parishes, and call on others to do so as well. Find out more information and resources to share with your community at CivilizeIt.org.
Faithful Citizens Work with Christ as He Builds His Kingdom
This compilation video combines four shorter videos to help Catholics participate in political life guided by their faith.
Learn more: http://faithfulcitizenship.org/.
The Archdiocesan Vision of Evangelization is a summary of the process on how someone becomes a missionary disciple. The vision and process of being a missionary disciple is in three stages:
Hear, Give, Go.
With every vision given to the Church by God, comes the extraordinary graces, vocational calls, charisms, and the supernatural vitality to carry out God’s dream for humanity.
While the Archdiocesan Vision of Evangelization may appear to be simple, it contains a vision for life, ministry, and mission for Archdiocese within our time. If we as individuals and entire parishes commit to make it possible that every person can HEAR Jesus’ call to be his disciple, help every person GIVE their entire life over to Jesus as his disciple, and equipped every person to GO and make disciples of Jesus, than the vision’s power will be realized. We will become witnesses and bearers of the extraordinary action of God for our world.
How does the Archdiocese of Los Angeles form Missionary Disciples?
The Missionary Discipleship Pathway is a series of evangelizing experiences offered to any adult who is curious about, or seeking to explore and deepen their relationship with Jesus.
Each VIRTUAL experience meets you where you are at in your relationship with Jesus and challenges you to take your next step along the pathway.
You are invited to travel this pathway by attending one or all three virtual experiences.
Explore the liberating truths found in Jesus' Death on the Cross and His glorious Resurrection from the dead.
LARGE-GROUP EXPERIENCE: October 14, 2020 • 7:00 – 9:00pm or November 7, 2020 • 10:00am – 12:00pm
CONTINUING PROCESS: Four weeks of small-group meetings with different options throughout the week.
Explore the cost and abundance of the life Jesus offers with, “Follow me.”
Four week small-group process beginning the week of January 17, 2021.
Discover God’s call for your life! Discern your charisms (spiritual gifts) and begin to respond to God’s call.
ONLINE SELF-STUDY: Begins April 17, 2021 with one month to complete. ONE-ON-ONE DISCERNMENT INTERVIEW: Scheduled after completion of online study. SMALL GROUP MEETING EVERY OTHER WEEK: Four weeks beginning the week of May 24, 2021.
To register for one or all three pathway experiences: http://store.la-archdiocese.org/mdp