Calendar & Announcements

Mass Schedule

Our Holy Mass times are:
Saturday Vigil: 5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.

Weekday: 8:30 a.m. please enter through the Colby Street entrance
Confession/Sacrament of Reconciliation: by appointment only. Please contact the parish office to make an appointment

Zoom Links to Rosary and Night Prayer

3 pm Rosary Link (Sunday through Friday) https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88232303132
7 pm Rosary Link (Sunday through Friday) https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88232303132
9 pm Night Prayer Link (Monday through Friday) https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89697534831


 

Exciting news!
The parish Social Justice Ministry is back up and running! In addition to our current ministries of the St. Vincent de Paul food pantry and Elizabeth House next door, we are now collaborating with the Faith in Action ministry already active at St. Columba’s Parish. We have begun to meet with them monthly over Zoom. We are also joining them in their in-person actions, like their Oakland Ceasefire Friday Night Walks. On Thursday the 27th we are meeting by Zoom from 7-8 pm to learn about other areas of focus. Please come! To get more information, please contact Courtenay at the parish office.

Devotional Groups: We hold devotional prayer on Zoom – Holy Rosary, Divine Mercy, Stations of the Cross, Litany of Loretto and Night Prayers held at 9:00 PM, around the time people try to get ready for sleep. The duration of the prayers will be around ten minutes. Night Prayers could help one to calm the mind, have a clear conscience, and help to obtain a calm and peaceful sleep. It is said, “a good laugh and a good sleep are the two best cures for many things.” If you are interested, please send an email to April, april.mcneely@gmail.com or call/text 510-504-4784.

Spiritual Book Club: If you would like to join the book club, kindly contact the parish office or Father Augustine.

Faith Formation Classes: All children are invited to participate in faith formation classes. Your child do not need to be in sacramental preparation to participate. Please fill out the Faith Formation Registration, here is the direct link: you can find it here on our website. Please complete the form and return it to Linda in the office.

Young adults: Young adults of our parish continue to meet Mondays around 7:30 p.m. For more information, please contact Richard Kearney at rkearney89@gmail.com

St. Vincent de Paul News:
Our parish based St. Vincent de Paul Conference has reopened our food pantry. We serve anyone in need of grocery support within our parish area of North Oakland and South Berkeley. Please consider mailing a donation to the parish office to support our St. Vincent de Paul ministry if you are able to help. God bless you and keep you and your loved ones well.


Parish Announcements

Donations to the Parish
For anyone who would like to donate to our parish via PayPal, please go to our donation page and click the Donate link. If you would like to mail a check, you may send it to 400 Alcatraz Ave., Oakland, CA 94609. If you would like to drop it off at the rectory, you may put it in the slot by the rectory front door. It is located on the bottom left side wall. Please do not leave an envelope in the mail box.


 

Broader Community Events

WINGS

WINGS is a faith enhancement group that encourages spiritual growth through prayer, scripture study, spiritual exploration, life sharing and community. Women in all stages of life come together weekly to grow in their relationship with God and each other and learn to recognize their own spiritual gifts. Affirmed and strengthened by the support of their Christian sisters and the Holy Spirit, the women of WINGS can better share God’s love in the wider community of family, parish, neighborhood and world. Rather than being a service-oriented organization, the focus of WINGS is building up the Body of Christ by meeting its members’ spiritual needs. We usually meet at St. Theresa’s Parish but at this time are meeting virtually on Zoom.​ WINGS Winter 2022 brochure final for a copy of the current speakers program. For more information, contact St. Augustine parishioner and Pastoral Council President, Courtenay Redis.