St. Sebastian

Sebastian was a secret Christian in the Roman army. He helped Christians who were in prison, bringing them food and clothing. When the Emperor learned that Sebastian was a Christian, he ordered him tied to a stake and shot by archers. When a Christian woman took his body for burial, she discovered he was still alive! She nursed him back to health. Sebastian went to the palace and told the Emperor how unjust and cruel he was. He was martyred in Rome around 288 AD. St. Sebastian's feast day is January 20th.

Upcoming Events

Ministry Fair will be displayed after all masses this weekend.

Bishop Felipe Estévez will celebrate the 10:00am this Sunday in honor of the feast of St. Sebastian.

Holy Name Society Organizational Meeting will be on Sunday, January 22nd at 4:00pm in the Knights Hall.

Please see the bulletin for more information.

Mass Times

SATURDAY VIGIL: 4:00pm
SUNDAY: 8:00am
10:00am Sign Language
12:00pm Español

WEEKDAY: 8:00am Tuesday-Friday
HOLY DAY: 8:00am and 7:00pm
CONFESSION: Saturday 3:00 - 3:30pm
Or by appointment

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Contact: tyra@sansebastiancatholicchurch.com
Para español: clarita@sansebastiancatholicchurch.com
Weddings: tyra@sansebastiancatholicchurch.com
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To bear witness to Jesus through our sacramental and prayerful lives always promoting human dignity and gospel values.