Holy Redeemer - St James the Less Catholic Community

Our Mission as a Unified Catholic Community is to Share Faith,
Celebrate Traditions and Serve Others to the Praise and Glory of God!


 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

We are pleased to announce some updates on Liturgical Guidelines from the Archdiocese which will go into effect the weekend of 6/19-20:

  • Masks are not required for fully vaccinated individuals outdoors or indoors for religious services. Masks are required for unvaccinated individuals.
  • Masks are required for all volunteers if they are working in the church during Mass. This would include liturgical ministers.
  • The areas in the rear of the church will continue to have social distancing roping off for those who feel more comfortable sitting at least three feet between family units.
  • Holy Communion will be offered in the form of bread.  Communion in the hand is strongly encouraged.
  • Liturgical processions may resume at their proper times.
  • All liturgical celebrations are allowed to take place indoors without capacity limitations, social distancing and prearranged reservation systems.
 

WATCHING MASS AT HOME
HRSJ MASS Every Sunday at 8:30 AM

Facebook: @hrsjparish
YouTube Channel: HRSJ Catholic

Cathedral Livestream Mass
and updates from the Archbishop
Watch the televised Cathedral Mass on Sundays
10:00 AM pm KCOP Channel 13

Click here for a guide to preparing for Mass at home


 

MASS TIMES

Saturday Vigil Mass

4:00pm at Holy Redeemer

Sunday Mass

8:00am at St. James
10:00am and 4pm at Holy Redeemer

Weekday Mass

Monday through Friday
8:00am at Holy Redeemer

Drive Through Communion
Sundays from 11:00 am - 12noon
at Holy Redeemer & St. James the Less

Virtual Mass
You can watch HRSJ Mass every Sunday at 8:30am
Facebook: @hrsjparish
YouTube: HRSJ Catholic


 

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WELCOME TO OUR PARISH!
Holy Redeemer | St. James the Less
A Catholic community that welcomes all.  
Here we focus on worship, evangelization and service!

Aware of the the great command of the Lord to "love with all your heart, mind and strength," we worship God - always faithful to the apostles' teachings - through the Mass, sacraments and prayer.

Aware of the great command of the Lord to "be holy as your heavenly Father is holy," we support each other in growth as disciples of the Lord, conscious of His working in our lives and willing to share our story with others.

Aware of the great command of the Lord to "love our neighbor," we serve others through our various outreach programs and ministries. 

We hope you will join us in these great tasks!

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