Mass Intentions

Offering Mass for a special intention is a long standing tradition in the Catholic Church. It is usually considered that special graces are obtained for whom the Mass is celebrated.
Masses are offered for many reasons, for the souls in purgatory, in remembrance for someone who is deceased, or in honor of a birthday.
If you would like to have a Mass celebrated for someone, visit the parish office. We will help you with the dates and times which are available.
As a way to allow as many St. Bernard parishioners and friends as possible to schedule Masses, the following policies are put forth to help accomplish this goal:
1. Requests will be honored on a first-come, first-served basis in the order in which they are received.
2. A $10 stipend, as determined by archdiocesan policy, is to accompany each Mass intention.
3. All intentions must be placed in person; no Mass request will be taken over the telephone.
4. Mass intentions will be granted as close to the requested date and time as possible. If it is not possible to comply with the primary request, the next closest date and time will be scheduled.

Week of May 22 to May 28, 2017

May 22 | Monday of the Sixth Week of Easter

8 a.m.: St. Bernard Catholic Church Mother’s Day Novena

May 23 | Tuesday of the Sixth Week of Easter

8 a.m.: Maria Castro — rest in peace

May 24 | Wednesday of the Sixth Week of Easter

8 a.m.: Henry M. Costales — rest in peace
7 p.m. (Mother of Perpetual Help Mass): Luz Quinto

May 25 | Thursday of the Sixth Week of Easter

8 a.m.: Vicente Marcelino — rest in peace

May 26 | Friday of the Sixth Week of Easter

8 a.m.: Remigio R. Ilano Jr. — rest in peace

May 27 | Saturday of the Sixth Week of Easter

8 a.m.: Mario Naranjo
5 p.m.: Isabella Sunga — rest in peace

May 28 | The Ascension of the Lord

8 a.m.: Logan Thiel — happy birthday
9:30 a.m.: Juan Luis Navarrete — rest in peace
11 a.m.: George Garcia and Joanna Garcia — happy wedding anniversary
12:30 p.m.: Ricardo Villalobos — rest in peace