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Catholic Church / Pacoima, CA

News for June

New Mass Schedule

Due to current circumstances, this will be our new Mass schedule until further notice:

Weekdays: 6:30pm and 8:00pm in Spanish

Saturday (Vigil): 5:30pm and 7:00pm in Spanish


  • 6:00am (Spanish)
  • 7:30am (Spanish)
  • 9:00am (Spanish)
  • 10:30am (English – transmitted online)
  • 12:00pm (Spanish – transmitted online)
  • 1:30pm (Spanish)
  • 3:00pm (Spanish)
  • 4:30pm (Bilingue)
  • 6:00pm (Spanish)
  • 7:30pm (Spanish)
  • 9:00pm (Spanish)

If you wish to attend one of these Masses, please arrive 30 minutes beforehand to allow time to pass through the sanitation station before entering the church. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our parish a safe place for all.

If you have symptoms of illness, have low defenses, are elderly, or feel uncomfortable coming to church, stay home and join us online for one of live broadcasts.

Until further notice the dispensation of the Sunday obligation by Archbishop Gómez remains in effect.

Mary Immaculate School Spring Fiesta

Due to the Coronavirus COVID-19, our annual Spring Fiesta has been canceled. As many of you know, the Spring Fiesta is our biggest fundraiser event. It helps us cover our monthly expenses, including the maintenance of the school building, and financial grants offered to current and new families. Unfortunately, the cancellation of the annual fiesta has impacted our school financially and we need your support.

On behalf of Mary Immaculate School, I would like to ask you for the donation of any raffle tickets you may have purchased. You can drop off your raffle ticket stubs along with the monetary donation at the school office. We are open Monday-Friday from 8am-12pm. If the donation of your raffle tickets is not possible, we will reimburse you the money. Please call the school office for an appointment. You will be asked to bring your ticket stubs at that time in
order to receive a refund.

This pandemic has affected us all in many unprecedented ways, but we are one body in Christ and we will get through this together. Thank you for your continued support to our school and parish. May God bless you abundantly!

Many blessings,

Veronica Macias

Did You Know?

Read-aloud book stories to stretch your relationship with your children
Summer is a good time to instill or develop reading habits in your children. Books are a good source to learn about new things in life and as you read together with your children it can help to strengthen your relationship with them and learn about their emotions or concerns, especially during this time of COVID-19. “Worries, fears, and anxieties are all dragons that sneak up on most of us at one time or another,” says the introduction to the book “You’ve got dragons,” authored by Kathryn Cave. “It is the perfect readaloud story for young children whose fears can sometimes get the better of them.” Among books recommended by the American Psychological Association (APA) are: “A feel better book for little worriers,” and “My wandering dreaming mind,” both in English, and “Respira con facilidad,” in Spanish. For more information of the APA’s Magination Press Story Time visit, https://www.facebook.com.

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