Our cozy chapel nestled against the base of the Tiburon Ridge and opening onto a sunlit courtyard is an intimate and tranquil place for serene and peaceful meditation. Spend some time in silent prayer before Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament or explore the rustic trail leading up to the outdoor Stations of the Cross.
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Families that pray together tend to stay together. It's the same with churches. We spent this year learning about and practicing prayer. Each week, we provided you with a short article on a different style or way of praying. Articles we've written on the many different styles or ways of praying together have been collected in a book that we're offering to you free of charge.
Catholics use a rosary as they meditate on the life of Jesus and call on Mary to offer their prayers to God. Catholics do not worship Mary or the saints, but ask them to pray to God on their behalf. We approach Christ through Mary -- His Mother and our Mother -- because of her special connection with Him and with us. When we turn to her in prayer, she will immediately guide us to Christ, because she has never had a thought that was not an act of worship for God.
There are many reasons to pray the Rosary:
It is a meditative way to stay focused during prayer.
The Blessed Mother gave us 15 promises if we pray the Rosary. Read them here.
Why? Watch this video from Bishop Barron.
Enjoy Common Prayers, Daily Mass Readings, Saints of the Day, Meditations from Pope Francis, Order of the Mass, Liturgy of the Hours, The Catholic Bible and a guide to the Rosary.
Centering Prayer is a receptive method of Christian silent prayer which deepens our relationship with God. Click below for a series of seminars offered by parishioners Lee and Britta Eskey who are qualified Center Prayer instructors.
A Mass may be offered on the occasion of a birthday, anniversary, or some special need. When we face the death of someone, even a person who is not Catholic, to have a Mass offered for the repose of his or her soul may be more comforting than any sympathy card or bouquet of flowers. Your loved one will be remembered during the Mass. We will also provide a Mass card to give to a relative of the deceased or the person for whom the Mass will be celebrated.