Our Lady of Refuge Catholic Church




We, Catholic community of Our Lady of Refuge, as the pilgrim People of God, gather in faith around the table of the Lord, nourished in Word and Sacrament, to commit ourselves to praise God and serve one another.

Parish office Email: [email protected]



All Services will be indoors, social distancing and face mask protocols are been followed.

Holy Thursday, April 1st -Mass will be celebrated at 6:30 PM, with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament until 10:00 PM.

 Good Friday, April 2nd -3:00 PM Service (English) and 6:30 PM Service (Spanish)

Holy Saturday, April 3rd - Vigil Mass: 7:30 PM

 Easter Sunday, April 4th - Mass: 8:30 & 10:30 AM

Venta de Comida/Food Sale



Latest Info from the Diocese of San Diego

You are invited to see Bishop Robert McElroy's video on reopening the
church found on this link: https://www.sdcatholic.org/coronavirus/latest-covid-19-news/


Se le invita a ver el video del Señor Obispo Robert McElroy sobre la
reapertura de la iglesia que se encuentra en este enlace: https://www.sdcatholic.org/coronavirus/latest-covid-19-news/

Online Giving

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Mass Times

Monday through Friday 9:00 AM (English)

Saturday 5:00 PM and 7:00 PM (Spanish)
Sunday 8:30 AM and 10:30 AM (English)


Office Hours

8:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Email: [email protected]


3 minute retreats English/Spanish



Daily Reading

Weekly reading

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Saint of the Day

St. John Baptist de la Salle

St. John Baptist de la Salle is known for promoting and reforming Christian education, especially amongst the poor. He is also the founder of the Institute of the Brothers of Christian Schools, which now teaches around the world.The French priest was one of the first pedagogues to emphasize classroom teaching in the vernacular instead of in Latin. He also founded three teachers' colleges and, in 1705, he established a reform school for boys at Dijon.John was born in Rheims, France to a noble family of 10 children on April 30, 1651. He studied in Paris and was ordained in 1678. He died at St. Yon, Rouen on Good Friday, April 7, 1751. He was canonized by Pope Leo XIII in 1900 and named patron of teachers by Pope Pius XII in 1950.

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