Visit the Mission
Celebrant Schedule by Month
Sacrament of Reconciliation
As of September 28: We strongly recommend all penitents wear a mask.
Saturday Confessions, 4:00-5:00pm in the St Francis Chapel,
or by Appointment—contact the Parish Office at 619-283-7319 to schedule with any three of our parish priests.
Sunday Mass Times
**As of September 28, 2021**
For Safety: During Mass, we strongly recommend all parishioners wear a mask.
Stay up to date with the Mission! Text the word alcala to 84576, and follow the prompts.
Saturday (Sunday Vigil):
5:30pm, Mission Courtyard
7:30am, Mission Courtyard
9:00am, Mission Church
9:00am, St. Francis Chapel (Folk Choir)
10:30am, Mission Church
10:30am Spanish, St. Francis Chapel
12:00pm, Mission Courtyard (Mission Choir)
5:30pm, Mission Courtyard
Daily Mass: Monday through Friday (No 7am Mass Saturday)
7:00am, Mission Church
5:30 pm, Mission Church
Sunday Mass Recordings
At this time, our parish has discontinued recording Sunday Mass. If you are able, we invite you to celebrate Mass with us in person.
- Face Masks be worn during Mass and inside parish buildings
- Holy Communion be received in the hand
"Thank you for your understanding!"
The EUCHARIST Series
"In an effort to enhance and deepen our appreciation for and devotion to the Eucharist, a Diocesan wide program focusing on THE EUCHARIST will take place during the months of September and October. ALL parishes will participate in this endeavor.
On the weekends of October 3, 10, 17, & 24, the homilies at Mass will continue to focus on THE EUCHARIST.
It is our sincere hope that this effort will reignite our love and understanding of THE EUCHARIST, which is the source and summit of Christian life. Feel free to contact the parish office if you have any questions."
Do you doubt the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist?
Blessed Carol Acutis, Pray for Us.
St Junipero Serra, Pray for Us
Beloved Disciples of Jesus
We are a Community of Beloved disciples of Jesus the Christ, who suffered and died for our sins. Now, God has offered salvation to all people, through repentance that leads to eternal life. Proof of our life-giving repentance is that we strive no longer to live our own life, but to live the life of Jesus with our life. We strive to live every moment of life with Jesus, so that we can be-loved by Jesus, and learn to love like Jesus.
The Mass is the primary place we gather as beloved disciples of Jesus to fulfill our call as Catholic Christians; to be united to Jesus in the Eucharist and offer our lives with Jesus to our heavenly Father for the salvation of the world.
The Goal of the Follower of the Way of Jesus, is to believe in Jesus, to live your life for love of Jesus, and to make Jesus your whole reason for living.