Our Mission

The Mission of Our Lady of Lourdes Parish is to form and nurture from the rich diversity in this parish, a community of faith, prayer, and action, based on the Gospel and Catholic Tradition. We welcome you to join us in serving and celebrating our Lord.

Advent & Christmas Schedule

Let Us All Share Together This Blessed Season Together

During this holiday season on which the emphasis is on “being merry” and rejoicing, some may feel a sense of loneliness and loss with heavy personal burdens and uncertain futures.

We hope on Saturday, December 17 you can take some time out of your busy schedules to participate in a service at 4 pm we’ve entitled “Comfort My People”, taken from Isaiah. The service will include scripture readings, music, ritual, and the Sacrament of Reconciliation.. We hope that this experience will be an opportunity to come together to heal.

Weekly Schedule: In-Person and Online

Sunday
10:00 am
Monday
8:00 am
Wednesday
8:00 am
Thursday
8:00 am
Friday
8:00 am
Saturday
9:00 am
Mass
Indoor & Zoom
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Mass
Indoor & Zoom
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Mass
Indoor & Zoom
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Mass
Indoor
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Mass
Indoor & Zoom
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Pope Francis on Prayer
Zoom
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7:00 pm
Bible Study
Zoom
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6:00 pm
Emmaus
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3:00 – 4:00 pm
Confessions and Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament followed by Benediction
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Our Lady of Lourdes –  Better Communications

Volunteers are working to bring our parishioner contact list up-to-date. Please help us update the list by clicking the button and filling out the quick form we’ve created to assist our volunteers.

In return we will send you a free digital booklet of Lenten reflections, Coming Back to Life. Act now since Lent is only days away!

If you’d like the reflections without sending us an email click Coming Back to Life.

Lake Merritt

Our Lady of Lourdes Church is located between Adams Point and Cleveland Heights on the North East shore of Lake Merritt which is one of the most unique urban spaces in the United States. Its three mile shoreline in the center of an exceptionally diverse city is a special place where nature and nurture migrate and mingle daily.

This tidal lagoon is home to the United States’ oldest designated wildlife refuge dating from 1870.