Parish Resource Center
Looking for a book about Catholic teaching on social justice issues? Want ideas for family activities during Lent? Want to watch a movie about the life of a Saint? We have hundreds of books, DVDs, video tapes, and other resources available to our parishioners of all ages. And you can search for the topics and titles that interest you online before coming in to the Resource Center (housed in the parish office building at 600 Columbia Drive) to pick something up. Open during our regular office hours, Monday through Thursday 9-5, Friday 9-3.
Find Catholic books and other helpful resources to better integrate your faith with your daily life. Topics include careers, caregiving, grief and mourning, decision-making, forgiveness, God, parenting, children’s books, prayer, spirituality for later years, spiritual journey and young adults.
Catholic Mass Times
Traveling? Find Mass times for locations you are visiting worldwide.
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
This website has daily readings, Catechism, published Statements and Speeches, news, movie reviews, and many other resources.
Saint of the Day
Find out all about the Saint of the Day
The Jubilee of Mercy
A Holy Year is one of the most important times in the Catholic Church. But since they typically happen just once every quarter century, they’re often misunderstood. Given that this year’s Jubilee of Mercy is an extraordinary one, it’s even more confusing. Here are some answers...
This site from the Catholic Communication Campagin provides accurate information on Jesus, Catholic Teaching, and various topics explored in The Da Vinci Code. Includes articles from theologians, media commentators, art experts and others that provide background and rebut the speculations and inaccuracies about Christ and the origins of Christianity.
word-sunday.com is a Catholic Lectionary resource that publishes the Sunday readings along with bible study thoughts and reflections, a special children's story section to help young ones understand the readings more fully, and suggestions for a family activity to put a little fun into studying the Word.
Invites you to make a 'Sacred Space' in your day, and spend ten minutes praying as you sit at your computer, with the help of on-screen guidance and scripture chosen specially every day.
Spiritual help for families. With ideas for handing of faith, parenting, weekly meditations, media guides, information on the seasons and much more.
For those with busy schedules, Loyola Press website offers a 3 Minute retreat that provides a spiritual focus for each day. Also offers additional online prayers and resources for parents, teens and children for seasons of the church year.
The Catholic Calendar Page lists the daily Mass readings, information about Holy Days of Obligation and Optional Memorials, and an online guide to praying the Roasry each day.
An independent weekly newspaper that reports on current events in the Catholic Church.
An Encyclopedia of all things Catholic.
A site for young adult Catholics sharing "Everyday faith for everyday people."
Pray the Liturgy of the Hours online, including the psalms, hymns and meditations for the coming week.
This website is produced by Creighton University. It offers reflections on the readings each day, as well as prayers, retreats and audio resources.
Information and resources from the Archdiocese of San Francisco.