My Jesus, I believe that you are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.  I love You above all things, and I desire to receive You into my soul.  Since I cannot at this moment receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart.  I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You.  Never permit me to be separated from You.   AMEN. 

 ​Greeting for the Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time 19 - 20 Sept 2020
Good Morning and Welcome to Blessed Sacrament Catholic Community Second Collection for Fall Combined Collection Remember to be respectful of those of us who are trying to pray quietly before Mass begins. We can visit with each other after Mass in the parking lot maintaining the 6ft. distance. Once you are seated, please DO NOT MOVE OR DRAG your chair. If you would like to move from your seat, please get the attention of an Usher for
help. The phone is very sensitive to noise and we should be aware that this is very distracting to those who are watching the live stream. So, let’s all
be conscious of the noises we make without even realizing it. Please don’t forget that children should be accompanied by an adult to use
the restroom in order to ensure proper sanitization. This weekend we celebrate The Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time with our celebrant Fr. Eliseus and we thank & praise God that we can be here worshipping together. The directives from our Bishops for Social Distance &  Masks are still the
same as they were inside the Church. Please remember that when it is time for Holy Communion, we must  receive IN THE HAND ONLY and please remember to use your hand sanitizer before you leave your seat. The Ushers will direct you, one side at a time. The Ushers will also dismiss us at the end of Mass in the same way.

​​Announcements for the Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time, 19-20 Sept 2020

CONGRATULATIONS! To all those who were Confirmed by Bishop Rojas last Tuesday evening. Many blessings to all of you. A few of you have voiced concern about the security of the mailbox outside of the office door. It is very secure and can only be opened with a key. If you have Mass Intention requests or would like to drop off your weekly donation, you can place them in the mailbox. This mailbox is checked a couple of times each day. You can also call the office. Our Secretary is not always able to be in the office, but she will get back to you if you leave a message. Scrip continues to be available at the office Monday through Friday. There are
always people in the office on Monday mornings if you would like to come by to purchase Scrip. Cindy Minarik is also available after this Mass every week to help
anyone wishing to buy Scrip on Sunday. You can also purchase Scrip on our website at any time. We are continuing Registration for the Fall Season of Faith Formation. If you have children who will be going into the First Communion class or First Reconciliation class or the Confirmation class or RCIA for adults and children in the Fall, please come to the office to register and pick up a student book. Elaine Ashfield is also available at the office on Tuesday & Thursday evenings from 5:00-7:00PM for those of you who are not able to get here during the daytime. Don’t forget that our website is serving as our bulletin right now and it is the best way to say in touch with your Parish & Diocese. Please remember that at the end of Mass, the Live Stream is still going until Father has left. So, please do not get up to leave before Father has gone back into the Sacristy and please follow the instructions of the Ushers as we do for Communion. We have begun Daily Mass once again on Mondays-Thursdays at 8:00A.M. on the patio. There will not be Mass on Friday except for First Fridays. You may have heard that we had another flood in the office last weekend. Some of you may have noticed the POD in the parking lot as you drove in this morning. We have much more damage than we had the last time and we have a $2500 deductible to pay. Even though our Second Collection this weekend is for the Fall Combined Collection, if you would like to donate to help with our out- of -pocket flood expenses, the best place to donate is to our DDF. We are over our goal and all monies come back to the parish.

Mass Intentions for the Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time 19 - 20  Sept 2020

For the safety of our service men & women abroad, for civil servants who protect us and keep us safe and for all who live with war and violence.
For the Repose of the Souls of: Robert Sr. & Ann Bowman, SgtMaj Johann & Linda Kirshchinger, Joan Miller,
Judy Andreshak, Herman Kocher and for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg

We pray for the conversion of The Miller Family

We Pray for Healing for Mary Nishioka, Frances Dehner, Alberto & Elsie Valmidiano, for the newborn baby girl niece of Dawn Blue

For Jim & Cindy’s son-in-law Brian Slusser

We pray for birthday blessings for Cody Thrasher
We pray for peace in our country, for the safety of all of our First Responders, our Firemen,
Policemen & Women & for all those affected by the many fires & Hurricane Laura 



Weekly Offerings can be dropped off at the church office and placed in the locked black box next to the office door.  You can also mail your donations in to the office.  ONLINE GIVING is also available for your convenience.  ONLINE GIVING gives you the opportunity to donate to other funds such as DDF, Maintenance, Education, Special collections and also weekly intentions.  Just click on the ONLINE GIVING LINK BELOW. 


A BIG THANK YOU to Mr. McBride for providing brand new chairs and cold water for our outdoor Mass and cleaning the patio.  Thank you George Collard, George Hall, Bob Bowman, Butch Jeresek and their maintenance crew for putting tents and awnings up and keeping our church working well and looking great.  Thank you to all our Ushers for all you do to keep our church open for Mass and enforcing Diocesan guidelines.  Thank you Bud and Betty Garrett for the awnings you provided years ago that are really coming in handy for our outdoor Mass.   Thank you to our Staff and Liturgy team and our Task Force team for working together to keep our little church open.  Thank you Lois and Jerry Phipps and her crew for keeping our Thift Shop open and providing assistance to the homeless and desparately needed income for our church.  And last but not least, Thank You Fr. Uju for being our devoted leader and spiritual director.  

NEED SCRIP! We still have scrip available to sell at the office on Monday mornings.  You can also click on the SCRIP button above and set up an account to have scrip mailed directly to your home.  

OUR BLESSED MOTHER, Please pray for us that this pandemic ends quickly so we may be able to go back and pray together in God's House.



Immaculate Conception, Patroness of the United States of America, Intercede for our country.  We ask that you take us all under your mantle, and with your powerful intercession, help us "form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for a common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity." Amen.


Blessed Sacrament Church.  

You can go to EWTN on your TV local listings to watch Mass. Here are the listings, Direct TV channel 370, Dish TV channel 261, Spectrum channel 460.  The Diocese is also live streaming MASS.   


19 September 2020,  Our little monastery in the desert is in the direct path of the Bobcat Fire.   PLEASE PRAY FOR THEM!

Fr. Eliseus Uju 

Administrator: Rev. Eliseus Uju 

Click below for the video message.

 An Act of Spiritual Communion


Beautiful new lighting installed 2017.

Pictures from our Confirmation Mass with Fr. Uju and Bishop Rojas, Tuesday, 15 September 20.

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This is a letter from Bishop Barnes and Bishop Rojas,  Please read their message on the effects of Covid 19 in our Church Community. 

Founded in 1940, Blessed Sacrament is a community concentrated on revitalizing the parish with special concern for its children and youth and renewal in liturgical study learned.


Governor Newsom gave an  executive order to return to the "shelter-in-place" for 29 counties in the State of California.  Closures include all places of worship.  On 15 July, 2020 Bishop Barnes gave permission to have an OUTDOOR  MASS.  After sitting down and going through the guidelines given by the Diocese, here is our current Mass and Confession Schedules . 

Sunday outdoor Mass and Live Stream on the Patio at 7:00 am, 

Saturday Confessions on the Patio at 3:30 pm

First Friday Mass on the Patio at 8:00 am starting Friday 4 September.

Daily Mass on the Patio Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays.