Announcements and Articles
In Memoriam: Ssalongo Francis Drake Mugerwa, the father of Fr. Paul Zirimenya
From Reverend Andrew P. Spyrow, Archdiocese of San Francisco Office of the Vicar for Clergy: Ssalongo Francis Drake Mugerwa, the father of Fr. Paul Zirimenya, died on January 23, 2023 after a 3-month battle with cancer. He was born to Kezekia Zirimenya Lukwago and...
From the Archdiocese: FAQ Related to COVID-19
The Archdiocese of San Francisco recently addressed these Frequency Asked Questions related to COVID-19:
Latest Diocese of San Francisco guidance regarding COVID-19
On February 15, 2022, Archbishop Cordileone issued this memorandum on reopening for public masses.
Diocese guidance on reopening churches
As San Francisco reopens, please read this Memo from our Archdiocese regarding COVID safety protocols.
Latest Archbishop’s Guidance on Worship Safety During COVID-19
The Archbishop's recommendations in accord with San Francisco's updated public health guidelines.
Archbishop’s statement on San Francisco’s latest COVID-19 closures
On November 28, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone issued the below statement about our city government's latest COVID-19 restrictions. We will continue to share updates here and on our Facebook page.
Dear Friends in Christ: Awesome news! As of September 30, 25% capacity, up to 100 people, are permitted inside a church or synagogue or mosque. Archbishop Cordileone thanked the mayor, as well as the thousands of Catholics who urged that they be permitted to attend...
San Francisco Archdiocese: Reopening of Churches Video
We are happy to provide the following video for use to prepare the faithful to return to Mass. The video is in alignment with the Safety Protocols issued by Archbishop Cordileone.
ASL Mass Thursday May 14th 2020
Feast of Saint Matthias Lector: Maria Tanya de Guzman
How to make your contribution online
No offertory gifts need be lost because of the suspension of attendance at Masses. Contributions are critical to parish operation. The San Francisco Archdiocese has set up a new and convenient means to keep each parish community healthy and strong even when the church...