Solemnity of All Saints

The Solemnity of All Saints is instituted to honor all the saints, known and unknown. The known saints are those officially canonized by the Church throughout her history and their feast days are celebrated throughout the liturgical year. The unknown saints are those in baptism are made the children of God and whose lives were steeped in genuine holiness. These are people whom we may have known or met in our lives.

Looking into the life of any saint that we know, we learn that the road to their sainthood is often not easy. Obviously, they are not perfect people; but their lives were perfected through the grace of God. Many saints made known their darkness moments in their lives. However, these saints had tried their best to live their life faithfully to God.

Moreover, the saints are examples of the life that is lived in the spirit of the Gospel. This spirit is that of the Beatitudes as proclaimed in the Gospel reading today (Matthew 5:1-12a). These spiritual principles summarize how to live a meaningful Christian life. Each of us can look to our patron saints and to those saints for whom we have some special admiration for inspiration and example. These saints are our brothers and sisters. They can strengthen us by their intercessions.

Indeed, this feast celebrates God’s glory, wisdom, honor, and power. This feast is also the community’s day to praise God who began a great work in us on the day of our baptism. We pray for each other that with God’s graces and intercessions of the saints, we will live our lives faithfully to God on this earth and be joined with all the saint, through God’s greatness, in the heavenly kingdom to give praises to God that is his due.

Fr. Phi Nguyen

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Weekdays Mass Schedule

Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. Bilingual - English/Vietnamese

Weekend Mass Schedule

4:00 PM (English)
6:00 PM (Vietnamese)

7:30 a.m. Vietnamese
9:30 a.m. English
11:30 a.m. Vietnamese
1:30 p.m. English


Saturdays from 3:00-3:30 pm. 
1st & 3rd in English
2nd & 4th in English & Vietnamese

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