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The Diocese of Sacramento is delighted to announce the ordination of Bishop-elect Rey Bersabal as the diocese’s new auxiliary bishop.

The interest in attending the Evening Prayer Service on May 30th and the Ordination Mass on May 31st has been tremendous. It’s a beautiful testament to the vibrancy of the Faith in our diocese as well as the love and affection the faithful have for Bishop-elect Rey Bersabal.

Due to limited seating, the Prayer Service and Ordination Mass will be ticketed events. While we understand that this may be disappointing for some, we are excited to offer a livestream of the Prayer Service and Ordination, allowing everyone to participate in this special moment for our diocese.

- Diocesan News

As the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage traveled through the Diocese of Sacramento May 21-24, hundreds of parishioners of all ages became pilgrims along many stops at parishes and other venues for walking Eucharistic processions, adoration, Masses and youth events.

As the caravan carrying pilgrims and the monstrance housing the consecrated Eucharist headed east across Northern California, it also made stops Bishop Jaime Soto hoped would connect with different “marginalized populations,” including a Mass with farmworkers in Vallejo, a walking procession leaving from Folsom State Prison, a visit to a Sacramento ministry serving the homeless, and a maternity home in Placerville helping pregnant women in need.

- Diocesan News

Here is the text of Bishop Jaime Soto's homily on May 21, the memorial of the Mexican Martyrs, during Mass in St. Vincent Ferrer Church in Vallejo, at the start of the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage in the Diocese of Sacramento.

In the Gospel today, Jesus and his disciples began a journey through Galilee. We begin a journey with Jesus through the verdant Sacramento Valley, up the slopes of the Sierra Nevada, to the shores of pristine Lake Tahoe.

- Diocesan News

Here is the text of Bishop Jaime Soto's homily on May 23 during Mass inside Folsom State Prison, on day three of the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage in the Diocese of Sacramento.

- Diocesan News

The Diocese of Sacramento is delighted to announce the ordination of Bishop-elect Rey Bersabal as the diocese’s new auxiliary bishop.

The interest in attending the Evening Prayer Service on May 30th and the Ordination Mass on May 31st has been tremendous. It’s a beautiful testament to the vibrancy of the Faith in our diocese as well as the love and affection the faithful have for Bishop-elect Rey Bersabal.

Due to limited seating, the Prayer Service and Ordination Mass will be ticketed events. While we understand that this may be disappointing for some, we are excited to offer a livestream of the Prayer Service and Ordination, allowing everyone to participate in this special moment for our diocese.

- Diocesan News

As the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage traveled through the Diocese of Sacramento May 21-24, hundreds of parishioners of all ages became pilgrims along many stops at parishes and other venues for walking Eucharistic processions, adoration, Masses and youth events.

As the caravan carrying pilgrims and the monstrance housing the consecrated Eucharist headed east across Northern California, it also made stops Bishop Jaime Soto hoped would connect with different “marginalized populations,” including a Mass with farmworkers in Vallejo, a walking procession leaving from Folsom State Prison, a visit to a Sacramento ministry serving the homeless, and a maternity home in Placerville helping pregnant women in need.

- Diocesan News

Here is the text of Bishop Jaime Soto's homily on May 21, the memorial of the Mexican Martyrs, during Mass in St. Vincent Ferrer Church in Vallejo, at the start of the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage in the Diocese of Sacramento.

In the Gospel today, Jesus and his disciples began a journey through Galilee. We begin a journey with Jesus through the verdant Sacramento Valley, up the slopes of the Sierra Nevada, to the shores of pristine Lake Tahoe.

News & Events | Around the Diocese

June 15, 2024 - Event

Please join Bishop Jaime Soto and the Office of Vocations at our 11th Annual Vocations Benefit Dinner hosted by the Knights of Columbus Councils serving at St. Teresa of Avila Parish and St. Joseph Parish in Auburn.


June 18, 2024 - Event

The Office of Vocations invites you to join Bishop Jaime Soto, the priests and seminarians of our diocese for an evening of community and joyful fellowship to support vocations. Come and cheer for your favorite players! 


June 30, 2024 - Event

Tween Program & Tea Party

Explore the beauty of God's plan for growing up and becoming a woman.
Presentations are pure, light-hearted and affirming.

July 13, 2024 - Event

All are invited to attend the final gathering for the 2023-2024 Eucharistic Camino of the Sutter Buttes Deanery on Saturday, July 13.

Confession available at 8 a.m., followed by votive Mass of Corpus Christi at 9 a.m. Adoration will follow as well as hospitality.

 

 


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