Public Masses are suspended by the Diocese of San José
The Diocese of San José is requesting all parishes, missions and chapels
suspend all public Masses beginning Saturday, March 14 until further notice
. In addition, Bishop Cantú is suspending all Faith Formation classes and parish gatherings until further notice.
Read letter from Bishop
While buildings and offices will be closed to the public we will be there during regular office hours to respond to your needs as we are able (
following guidelines from the Diocese
) by phone or email (
). Other helpful links:
St. Mary's Website
We will continue to update you via eNewsletter and our website as information becomes available.
- please know that your Mass intentions that we have received will be prayed these days by Fr. Rick and Fr. Biju. If you were planning to be present for that particular Mass please reschedule it with the office - 408.354.3726 x110 or
The Stations of the Cross:
Bishop Barron's Lent Reflections:
Bishop Barron's Podcasts:
Pray the Rosary:
Take Five for Faith: A daily reflection based on the scriptural readings of the day or the saint that the Church celebrates:
Today’s Good News: Daily scriptural reflection from the Dominican Retreat in Dublin, Ireland:
The Sunday Website at St Louis University: Provides several reflections and intercessions on the Sunday readings and other resources:
We appreciate your continued support as we all work together to reduce the spread of Covid-19 for the health and welfare of all.
As a community let us keep each other in prayer.
Prayer for those suffering from Covid-19 and their caregivers
Lord Jesus, the healer of the sick and comforter of those who mourn, we place before you those who are suffering from coronavirus. We beg for protection over the doctors, nurses, and all the relatives and friends who are ministering to those that are sick. We ask that you give them the grace to have a caring mind and resilient spirit as they serve them. We pray that you bless the leaders of nations, governments, and medical agencies to come up with a vaccine to prevent this epidemic. “Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil, for you are with me." O Lord, we along with the Psalmist join in prayer with strong faith and hope in You. Just as the people of Nineveh, turning away from the sinful and evil ways we return to You. We implore to your mercy, protection for our loved ones and to us from the spread of deadly viruses, especially from COVID-19 virus. We request you to receive our humble prayers. Lord Jesus, we ask and pray all these things in your blessed name; Amen.
- Our Father ...
- Hail Mary ...
- Glory be ...
Staff of St. Mary Parish
on Friday, March 13 at 7:04PM