It was an evening of laughter, community and Jesus Only You as we gathered to say thank you to Fr. Jingwa and to offer him our prayers and well-wishes. Fr. Jingwa’s enthusiasm and energy as well as deep passion for evangelization will be sorely missed. God speed Fr. Jingwa…we love you!
Effective Monday, June 21
Daily Mass Schedule
Sunday Mass Schedule
Saturday, 4.00p Vigil
Sunday, 7.00a, 9.30a, 5.00p
Due to upcoming vacations as well as the dispensation being lifted July 1 and the change in our Mass schedule, here is the schedule for the live stream of the Mass through the end of June. The weekend of June 26 and 27 will be the final weekend for live streaming weekend Mass at Blessed Sacrament.
Saturday, June 12 – 4.00p Vigil (Facebook and website)
Sunday, June 13, – 7.00a, 8.30a (Facebook and website)
Saturday, June 19 – 4.00 Vigil (Facebook and website)
Sunday, June 20 – 7.00a, 8.30a (Facebook and website)
Saturday, June 26 – 4.00 Vigil (Facebook only)
Sunday, June 27 – 7.00a, 9.30a (Facebook only)
OUR SUMMER EVENTS ARE HEATING UP!
Blessed Sacrament is once again hosting families who are transitioning from homelessness to self-sufficiency and we need your help! We will be welcoming the families from August 8 – August 15, 2021 and there are several volunteer opportunities available including preparing/serving meals, fellowship and staying overnight in our luxury appointed Camp Alpha!
Safe Environment Training for anyone 18 and over will be required for most positions.
MAKE YOUR GIFT COUNT TWICE!
Every gift to the Charity and Development Appeal received between May 1 and June 15, 2021 will be matched – dollar for dollar – up to $500,000. This means an additional $1 million dollars to help more than 70 charities and ministries in our Diocese.
Go to dphx.org/CDA for more information, or to make your online gift.
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A new Apostolic Exhortation from the Most Rev. Thomas J. Olmsted to Priests, Deacons, Religious and the Lay Faithful of the Diocese of Phoenix on the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist
As we are spending more time with our families during this period, we have assembled a list of suggested “Spiritual Resources” to help keep you and your family engaged in your faith. Please click the image above to be taken to our Spiritual Resources page. This list is in no way complete, and if you have a good resource you would like to share, please send the link on to us.
As a church we rely upon our weekly collections to cover our expenses and we now offer a more convenient and secure option to donate through Faith Direct. If you are able to make a gift, please click the link above to be taken to our donation portal.
Planning a funeral can be overwhelming. Blessed Sacrament and your local funeral home will assist you in every step along the way. Whether a loved one has recently passed away, or you are looking to plan ahead for your own funeral, the following can serve as a brief guide:
- Step One
- Please contact your local funeral home to set up a date for the service. The funeral home will then contact Blessed Sacrament to coordinate and confirm the date.
- Step Two
- Blessed Sacrament will contact you to determine details for the Mass.
- Step Three
- Your family will be asked to select readings and music. You may access those selections by clicking below.
Have a birthday coming up? Perhaps an anniversary or another special celebration? Looking for a way to participate in the Mass with your spouse, friends, or family? Please sign up to bring up the gifts at Mass!
Click on the link below to go to our SignupGenius page. Scroll through to find the day/time that you’d like to bring up the gifts. Click “sign up” then check the box next to “sign up” for the time that you’re choosing. Click “submit & sign up” then follow the prompts asking for your contact information.
We’ll send you a reminder with instructions a couple of days before the day you’ve chosen. Essentially, you’ll need to arrive at least 10 minute before Mass begins and check in with the ushers (whom you should find in the back of the church). They’ll give you specific instructions at that time.
There’s no speaking and very little lifting involved, but you are bringing forth the gifts of the community – the bread, the wine, the collection – our offering to God at the Mass! This is an incredibly important role and we are grateful for your help!
Attention 6th, 7th & 8th Graders! You are invited to an amazing ministry designed just for you. EDGE is brought to you by Life Teen and the year will include Retreats, Camp, Service projects and a lot of crazy games! Edge meets on Mondays at 6:00 pm with mass with dinner afterwards. For more information click here or to sign up go our Faith Direct Page. Any questions contact Jeremy Stafford at (480) 948-8370.
To register: click here.
Life Teen is an amazing ministry to the High School youth of Blessed Sacrament and beyond. We are going to have a lot of fun this year. We will have retreats, Steubenville West and the famous Life Teen Summer Camp. Yes, you get to leave the HOT state of AZ and go to California for a week!
Join us on Sunday for the 5 pm mass. Dinner and Life Night takes place immediately following the 5 pm mass.
Register using the forms below or call Jeremy Stafford for more information at (480) 948-8370.
To Register, click here.
La Sagrada Familia is a Catholic parish, located in Mexicali, Mexico, across the border from Calexico, California. This parish has given us a real blessing in sharing its people in Christ. We, their northern friends, have given new hope, friendship and love to many. They are our “family” in another land and yet, so close.
Our goal is to help La Sagrada Familia in some way. Education in Mexico is free until 7th grade and then, many expensive fees and other costs must be paid by the family. We refer to these extra fees, etc. as “tuition”. Higher paying job opportunities are available to students who can finish the 12th grade, complete training through a technical school or receive a degree at a university. This equips them with the ability to live a full life and remain in Mexico.
We created a program where an individual or group can “Sponsor a Student” through support for their education. The “tuition” cost for 7th grade through high school or technical school is $350 a year. If a student goes to the University, it is $1000 a year. These expenses are far more than families can even dream about at La Sagrada Familia. You can help through sponsoring a student or contributing to a discretionary fund that assists with special “tuition”, glasses or other needs.
Your contribution to Blessed Sacrament for this ministry and outreach program is tax deductible and will be included on your annual statement. For those individuals, families or groups who wish to sponsor a student, you will be greatly rewarded with the experience.
Help give a child an education. We have experienced so many young people who have finished high school, received a bachelor’s degree in education, business or engineering and those who have gone on to graduate school in Master programs, Law or Medicine. There is so much to be learned, given and shared by everyone. God has given us a task, a real calling to help his children.
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