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Support Saint Jarlath Catholic Church

“For it is in giving that we receive.”
-St. Francis of Assisi

Sunday Collection

Contribute to the general needs of Saint Jarlath Parish, sacramental preparation services, liturgical programs, and Religious Education programs. Additionally, the day-today operations of the parish, including payroll, maintenance and cleaning of buildings, utilities, and supplies. Any amount helps.

Helping Hands Program

Your donation will directly contribute to purchasing gift cards for essential items such as food, clothing, furniture, and household goods to those in need. Join us in making a difference and supporting those in our community who require assistance

Donate to the Friars

Contribute to the general needs of the friars, our mission, and our province. We rely on the generosity of people like you for the continuation of our ministry, and any amount helps.

Maintenance Fund

Support is crucial in maintaining our beloved church for the present and the future. Renovations have already enhanced its beauty, functionality, and provided essential social spaces for our growing community. Help us continue this meaningful work and ensure our church remains a cherished place for all.

Project Luz Del Mundo

Be part of the Project Luz del Mundo (Lights for the Church) by supporting us. Your contribution, no matter the amount, makes a significant difference. Join us in brightening our church and lighting up our community!

Padre Pio Shrine Building Project

Support the construction of the Padre Pio Shrine at Saint Jarlath Catholic Church, a place of inspiration for all parishioners and newcomers seeking to honor Saint Padre Pio and emulate his virtuous life. Your generosity will help bring this meaningful project to life.

Mass Times

Weekday English Mass:
7:30 AM (Rosary Following)

Weekday Spanish Mass:
Tuesday & Friday 6:00 PM

Saturdays English Mass:
7:30 AM & 5:00 PM

Sundays: 9:00 AM (English)
10:30 AM (Spanish)
1:00 PM (Spanish)

First Sunday of the Month:
5:00 PM (French)