Sunday Mass Schedule – Phase III Re-opening
Saturday: 5:30 PM (Vigil Mass – English)
Sunday (English): 7:30 AM, 9:30, 11:30 AM, 5:30 PM
Sunday (Español): 1:30 PM, 3:30, 7:00 PM
All Saints will continue livestreaming Mass each Sunday on our Parish Facebook page and Parish YouTube channel. A recording of these Masses will also be posted on the Sunday Mass page of our website after the initial livestream.
- English Mass – Sunday at 11:30 AM
- Spanish Mass – Sunday at 1:30 PM
Daily Mass Schedule:
Monday – Friday: 7:00 & 8:30 AM
Saturday: 8:00 AM
(Reservations are not needed to attend daily Mass.)
The Baptism of Jesus
The Feast of the Baptism of the Lord marks the end of the Christmas season. Jesus in his baptism by John in the Jordan River was anointed with the Holy Spirit. An anointing with oil is a biblical notion, taken from the Old Testament. Priests, prophets, and kings in the Old Testament were anointed as a sign of their being conferred with a specific role or mission. The baptism of Jesus is the beginning of his Public Ministry and the conferral of his mission. His mission is to preach, teach, and heal, as announcement of the in-breaking of the Kingdom of God into humanity. We, too, when baptized, are given a share in Christ’s mission as priest, prophet, and king. . . .
The prophetic mission of our baptism is shown in our teaching others the truth revealed by God. This teaching is quite often a reminder of a truth already known. . . . .Do not wait for others to live the Christian life. Undertake the priestly, prophetic, and royal mission of your baptism to make known the in-breaking of God’s Kingdom.
Fr. Lee Roos
“Every baptized person has received the vocation to proclaim — to proclaim something to proclaim Jesus — the vocation and mission to evangelize: to proclaim Jesus.”
Pope Francis, February 2, 2020
We are aware that many parishioners have not yet received their January-February offertory envelopes. The printer states that the envelopes were sent at the normal time, but have been delayed in the delivery process. We hope that they will be delivered soon.
We greatly appreciate your continued support of our parish. If you would like to make your normal offering to the church, you may use an envelope that includes your name, address and envelope number (if you know it) in lieu of the offertory envelopes.
For those who would like to support the second collections, our January collections include the Building Fund, Church in Latin America and the Arlington Herald.
If you would like to make your contribution online through a one-time donation or switch to online giving, please see information about the convenience of our online Parish Giving option.
With sincere hearts, we thank you for all that you do to support All Saints Parish!
Welcome to All Saints Catholic Church
Become a part of our vibrant, faith-filled community.
All Saints Catholic Church is an ever-changing and evolving community, steeped in a rich history and diverse culture. We are dedicated, hard-working families and individuals from virtually every walk of life.
We are disciples of the Lord Jesus. By virtue of our baptism, we live our Catholic faith and are God’s voice calling out to others. We celebrate the Eucharist and Sacraments, live out the scriptures in service to our neighbors, and are faithful to Church teachings.
We are called to keep our faith vibrant and to pass on the faith for all generations to come, that we may bring others closer to Christ and continue building the kingdom of God.
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