Pastor:  Reverend Patrick Connor  
Deacon: Deacon Douglas Farwell


 We are a Catholic Community of faith united in our Love for Jesus Christ. We strive to maintain and carry the message of hope and salvation to others through our works of evangelization and examples of sacramental life.


Letter to the Faithful from Bishop Matano (English and Spanish)

Bishop Matano has  called  all priests of the Diocese to join him as they enter into a Day of Penance. He has chosen the Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross, September 14th, for that day. The Bishop stated, "I ask that as we offer the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass on that day, we plead the Lord's mercy for the grave offences committed and remember especially the innocent victims of clergy sexual abuse, the faith of our people, the purification of the Church and the renewal of the clergy. On this day and in all the days that follow, we must ask the Lord to grant us healing, reconciliation and conversion of heart. I ask that you extend an invitation to the faithful to attend these Masses, as we unite the sufferings of the victims, Church and all God's people to the one perfect sacrifice of Calvary, where the heart of Christ visibly embraced humanity."

Ss Isidore & Maria Torribia Parish is honoring our Bishop's request with the following response:

Friday Sept 14th, 5.30 pm. Mass at St Joseph's Church in Campbell.


SEPT. 16, 2018
12 to 4 PM



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A Message from Fr Pat

Jesus said, “Everything that the Father gives me will come to me, and I will not reject anyone who comes to me, because I came down from heaven not to do My own will but the will of the one who sent Me.  And this is the will of the One who sent Me, that I should not lose anything of what he gave me, but that I should raise it on the last day” (Jn 6: 37-40).  

I WILL NOT REJECT ANYONE WHO COMES TO ME.  That is the story of the message of Christ’s birth, the Incarnation, and it is the message of his Crucifixion and Resurrection, the Redemption, GOD WELCOMING US.  

DO YOU FEEL GOD’S WELCOME OF YOU?  And do you find our parish community a place of welcome, where you experience the presence and the love of God?  If not, what can we, what can I as you pastor do, to change that?  

But it is really a gift you end up giving each other.  For when you show your faith in this way, it creates a stronger faith in those around you.  Then, our parish communities can begin to form specialized ministries to meet the needs of our people, so that all feel their needs are being met.  I wish you and your loved ones joy and peace.