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Pillars of Our Mission

Pillars of Our Mission

Worship

Mass brings relevancy and energy to our congregation, engaging us to celebrate on Sunday and live the Word of God all week long. We are working to increase the level of the Assembly’s participation in the Liturgy through enhancements to our music, ritual, homilies, and audio-visual equipment.

Our regular Sunday Mass schedule is 7:00 AM, 8:30 AM, 10:00 AM, 11:30 AM, 1:00 PM (Spanish), 4:00 PM (Youth) 5:30 PM (Spanish). We also have a Spanish Mass at Val Verde Mission at 9:00 AM and an English Mass at Castaic Mission at 10:30 AM.

Our daily Masses are Monday – Friday 7:00 AM and 8:15 AM. Saturday Novenas are at 8:00 AM and the Vigil Mass at 4:30 PM.

Stewardship

We provide and maintain expansive facilities, parking, and grounds in order to fulfill God’s vision for OLPH. With the completion of our new Pastoral Center and the completion of our parking lot, we are looking to gather the resources needed to construct a new larger church building.

OLPH is committed to affirming, training, and equipping members for their active involvement in our growing community. Volunteering to get involved is the best way to get started and we invite you to do it now!

Community/Family Life

OLPH is one faith community with a strong identity and respect for all peoples, languages and cultural differences. All are welcome at OLPH and we encourage active participation in our community’s prayer life, educational opportunities, service ministries, and social gatherings. We also strive to provide regular and current communication to all those in our parish family.

Education

We are a growing community that recognizes the need for further education and faith formation. OLPH is working to provide new programs and events as enrichment opportunities to the parish. We are also working to identify the strengths and weaknesses of current programs, seeking continuous improvement.

Service

We are a faith community committed to providing a network of prayer, care and support for the poor, the ill, and the marginalized. We are an informed community of faith that is involved in spiritual, social, and moral issues.

We are working to expand our Bereavement Team, increase the number of parishioners who minister to the homebound, increase the number of parish volunteers who assist local non-profit programs, and facilitate at least one humanitarian trip outside the SCV.

We are also working in our community to increase awareness of social & moral issues. Want to know more? Click Here.

Evangelization

Our Catholic faith brings about the desire to share that faith with others and we seek ways to welcome all who are separated from the faith and those who wish to come to know Jesus Christ.

Please join us in inviting estranged Catholics to rediscover and return to our faith, joining in our community life of worship, service, and education.

We are forming a group of parishioners to be active in an evangelization ministry!

Interested?

We are always welcoming new members to our ministries and social groups! Volunteers in any department are always welcomed as well! Any questions, comments, or concerns? Contact us at info@olphscv.org or call 661.259.2276.

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