August 28, 2016
08:00 am
Being the first Mass on the Lord’s Day, senior citizens or older adults usually attend this Mass. A cantor and a pianist usually lead the people in singing. Free breakfast of coffee, doughnut or sandwich in the church patio and bible study in the parish center are offered after Mass.

August 28, 2016
11:00 am
Being the most attended Mass, the liturgy is also “youth-friendly,” with youth and young adults proclaiming the Word of God and leading in the singing and with homilies also addressed to youth. Confirmation students are required to attend this Mass as part of the program. Twice a month, teenagers are…

August 28, 2016
01:00 pm
This is the most attended Spanish Mass. Major Hispanic feasts and religious traditions are usually held during this Mass, such as the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, El Senor Esquipulas, and El Salvador del Mundo. Spanish choirs alternate in singing for this Mass Special announcements and food sale are…

August 28, 2016
09:30 am
Song's led by IHMC's Children's Choir Young families, school parents and children usually attend this Mass. The renowned Immaculate Heart of Mary Children’s choir conducted by Mr. Christopher Avendano, the parish music director, leads the singing. Once a month, school children or faculty members proclaim the Word of God and…

August 28, 2016
04:00 pm
One of the few Tagalog Masses celebrated in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, it is a Eucharistic celebration of Filipino prayers, songs, and homilies geared towards a Filipino assembly. The Filipino choir led by Christopher Avendano is one of the best Filipino choirs in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. At…

August 28, 2016
06:00 pm
This is the last Mass in Spanish that is also well-attended. Various Spanish choirs alternate in singing for this Mass. After the Eucharistic celebration, parishioners are invited to attend crecimientos (Christian growth classes), disipulados (on-going formation for those who want to serve in ministries) and advance classes in Spanish on…

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