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Serving the Point Richmond Community

For Holiday Schedule see the Special Event page.

Weekend Masses

Saturday at 5 PM — Sundays at 9:30 AM

Wednesday Mass

Wednesday Mass takes place at 9:30am


After Saturday 5 PM Mass, or by Appointment. Be sure to let the celebrant at the 5 PM Mass know of your need.

Latest Bulletins

Recent Church News and Bulletins

Part Two of the Weekly Note

As I wrote earlier I am making the sacrament of the sick available to any who wish it at the end of our Saturday and Sunday meditative sessions

Greetings on D-Day

A dozen or so years ago I went there, walked on Omaha Beach, with my cousin Heydt and his daughter Samantha, and with Martin Lopez. My brother had

Sacrament of the Sick

One of the casualties of the pandemic is my regular offering of the sacrament of the sick to you folks. And given that a number of you—like me—have

Unbuttoning the Church

We’ve been pretty solidly locked up here, and I guess it’s time to start looking at ways to welcome folks back into their church.  The medical situation has

Decoration Day

That’s what we called it when I was a kid, and did, I think, until I was in high school. It was old, historic, and for everyone it

Dominican Father David O’Rourke is the pastor. A graduate of Yale, he received his theological degrees at the Dominican faculty at Catholic University in Washington, and his clinical training at the Division of Family Study at the University of Pennsylvania’s medical school.

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He has been pastor in Benicia, and in Berkeley where he also worked for many years as teacher, family counselor, writer, and editor. His most recent books include a memoir, “The Story of an Accidental Outsider,” and the cultural history, “How America’s First Settlers Invented Chattel Slavery.” He is a Senior Fellow at the Santa Fe Institute in Berkeley, and Director of the Tatra Project, an educational program focused on the Baltic Republics.

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Our church dates from the days when Point Richmond had become a bustling center for trans-bay shipping. Even today, its wooden roof beams and roof planking still show the work of the shipwrights who worked in its construction…….

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“A little bit of mercy makes the world less cold and more just. “
Pope Francis
“Help one another this is what Jesus teaches us. This is what I do. And I do it with my heart.”
Pope Francis
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