Join the community during The Year of Mercy

at St. Edward the Confessor & San Felipe De Jesus Chapel

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SUNDAY MASSES AT
ST. EDWARD THE CONFESSOR:

5:30 pm (Saturday Evening),
7:30 am, 9:00 am, 11:00 am, 12:30 pm (In Spanish) and 5:30 pm

WEEKDAY MASSES:
8:15 am & 5:30 pm at St. Edward the Confessor


Eve of Holy Day:

5:30pm; Holy Day: 8:15am, 5:30pm; 7:30pm


SUNDAY MASS AT SAN FELIPE DE JESUS

(in Spanish): 10:00 am


CONFESSIONS:

Monday-6:00pm-7:30pm; Saturday-4:00pm-5:00pm;
also by appointment

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Become a member of your Parish, please fill out this form: Parish-RegistrationForm
Save form to your computer, fill out and then email back to Barbara: bbelavic@stedward.com

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Get involved by volunteering at the Parish: Click here to learn about our ministries
Saint Edward the Confessor and San Felipe de Jesus combine and create a diverse,
vibrant community that offers many different ministries that reach out to our parish
and greater community. Below is a list of the current ministries that are active.

If you would like to get involved in the parish but do not know where to begin,
contact our Director of Parish Ministries,
Joni Fleming, at (949) 542-4311 for more information.

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Visit the Seeking Faith website for daily reflections and reading lists.

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Learn more about the Year of Mercy:
http://YearofMercyOC.com

(Resources links include: Need Mercy, Receive Mercy, Share Mercy)

LOCATIONS OF DIOCESE OF ORANGE
HOLY DOORS AND PILGRIMAGE SITES

Holy Doors Holy Family Cathedral
566 S Glassell St, Orange

Mission Basilica
31520 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano

Pilgrimage Sites
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Our Lady of Guadalupe, La Habra
900 West La Habra Blvd., La Habra

St. Joseph, Santa Ana
727 Minter St., Santa Ana

Christ Cathedral
13280 Chapman Ave., Garden Grove

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Mother Teresa of Calcutta was once asked how she and her sisters were able to do the work they do in caring for persons who were hungry, persons who were poor and those who were dying. Her response was, “We begin each day by contemplating Christ in the Eucharist. Then, we go out and find Him.”


How will you be an agent of mercy?

Will you allow yourself to be a door through which those seeking consolation and mercy can step from suffering into grace?

Will you seek Christ in those who suffer among us?


Corporal Acts of Mercy
Feed the Hungry
Give Drink to the Thirsty
Clothe the Naked
Visit the Imprisoned
Shelter the Homeless
Visit the Sick
Bury the Dead

Spiritual Acts of Mercy
Instruct the Ignorant
Counsel the Doubtful
Correct Sinners
Comfort the Sorrowful
Forgive all Injuries
Bear Wrongs with Patience
Prayer for the Living and the Dead

Additional Year of Mercy Resources:

United States Council of Catholic Bishops

 

Vatican Website

 


Dynamic Catholic

 

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