San Isidro is a multi-cultural parish. At 90% of registered parishioners, the parish is mainly Hispanic with about 10% of registered parishioners being of English background. San Isidro is a charismatic community that welcomes everyone.
Saturday, 4:00 pm
This mass is a bit more “quieter” than the other masses.
If you attend our English masses, you will see many snowbirds and retirees attending mass. Our smallest Mass is the Saturday, 4:00 pm Vigil mass celebrated in the parish chapel with about 30 souls attending each weekend. This mass is a bit more “quieter” than the other masses.
Sunday, 9:00 am
The most attended Mass (English).
Penitents can come at 8:15am for confession and those arriving about 10 minutes to 9:00 am will experience some praise and worship music. You will see liturgical dancers in the aisle animating those gathered to praise and worship. This is a live stream mass; therefore, you will see the live stream volunteers at camara transmitting live via Facebook and YouTube this mass. All our songs, Gloria and Creed prayers are projected on the wall so you can sing and pray along with us.
The Gloria and Creed prayers are also projected so you can pray along with us. Our Liturgical Dancers are approved to dance by the archbishop. You will see them beautifully interpreting the psalm song. If you visit for the first time, expect to be greeted warmly both at the beginning and end of mass with the choir and community welcoming you with a joyful, welcome song! Don’t be afraid to stand up and make yourself known.
Sunday, 11:30 am
The most attended Mass (Spanish). Special Liturgy for children and Family of the Month.
You will see many young families with many children. Penitents needing confession should arrive at 10:30 am. The line at this mass is quite long!
Ushers will greet you warmly and when we are reaching capacity, they will guide to available spaces for seating. Expect fast paced, joyful, praise and worship music with the Liturgical Dancers animating everyone to clap to the beat of the music. All our songs are projected on the wall so you can sing along with us.
The Gloria and creed prayers are also projected so you can pray along with us. You will experience beautiful liturgies in the Spanish masses and well-dressed ministers proclaiming the word of God or serving as Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion.
Saturday, 7:00 pm and Sunday, 6:00 pm
These masses are more serene than the 11:30 am mass.
New visitors will be asked to stand up and the community will sing a joyful, welcoming song.
New visitors will be asked to stand up and the community will sing a joyful, welcoming song. Be sure to stand up and be recognized! Many of these elements are also present in our Saturday, Spanish Vigil mass at 7:00 pm with confessions at 6:00 pm and Sunday, Spanish 6:00 pm mass with confessions starting at 5:15 pm.
Families with small children and infants are invited to step into the “Cry Room” to better care for their children.
No worries! You are certainly welcome.
Please visit our priests or deacon at the door at end of mass and introduce yourself. You may have many questions about how we worship and what are the proper responses and gestures. Just ask us! This guide can be printed and assist you in the communal prayers. Here is the Order of Mass which also can be printed.