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The Church of St. Luke, in the Diocese of San Diego, is composed of individuals and families called together by our Lord as a community of His disciples empowered by His Spirit to continue His mission in the world.

As such, we gather for Sunday Eucharist, as He commanded us, to join the sacrifice of our lives with His, to be formed into His body and to be nourished and sent on mission to transform the world of our day-to-day lives, within and around us, in the spirit of the Gospel.

Come and Join us. All are Welcome!


Peter Pence's Collection, June 25 & 26

Pancake Breakfast, June 26

Church Cleaning, June 27

Vacation Bible Camp Registration has been Extended

Link for the K-8:  https://forms.gle/gyeSXigxBnNtWguj9

Link for the HS/teens:  https://forms.gle/7fZ1JqYJYR2dM8PN7

VBC Wish list of items needed

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Welcoming Ministry

STL Lending Library

Adoration July 1st

Cast Your Vote

Happy June! It is that time of year to fill our Parish Pastoral Council Seats. We have two (2) vacancies. The purpose of the Parish Pastoral Council is to work with the Parish Life Director in providing pastoral guidance to the parish, overseeing all pastoral aspects of parish life, and oriented toward fulfilling the mission for which Christ established the Church. Although the council is advisory, it is also consultative and collaborative.
A properly-composed council of lay members will best allow the voice of the Holy Spirit to guide our parish. Candidates for appointment to the Council may be identified by existing members, by nomination from the parish at large, or by self-nomination. Please help us by nominating someone whom you believe fulfills the criteria described in the Parish Pastoral Council Charter.
You will find Nominating Ballot cards in the church pews. Please take one, pray about it, and place your completed ballot into the drop box located on one of the side tables in the church baptistery or into the collection basket next week. You may also drop it off at our Parish Office if you wish. Thank you for your consideration and remember, you may also nominate yourself.  ...Jane Alfano, Parish Life Director

Grieve Not Alone

Saving Marriages

Catholic Night Petco Part - Padres vs Diamond Back

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Young Family Fellowship

The Eucharist Conference, September 22-25

The Eucharist Conference, Speakers and Ticket info

Bishop, now Cardinal McElroy

Bishop McElroy Appointed Cardinal

SAN DIEGO — The Vatican announced May 29 that San Diego Bishop Robert McElroy, 68, has been appointed by Pope Francis to the College of Cardinals. Cardinal-Elect McElroy will be installed by Pope Francis in a consistory to take place Aug. 27 at St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome.

Pope Francis made the announcement at the end of his weekly Angelus prayers from the Papal Palace just after noon, Rome time, today. He is the fifth American to be named a Cardinal by Pope Francis. All cardinals under 80 years of age are voting members, able to serve in the Conclave that elects the Pope.

Bishop McElroy’s issued the following statement upon learning of his naming:

“I am stunned and deeply surprised by the news that Pope Francis has appointed me to the College of Cardinals. My prayer is that in this ministry I might be of additional service to the God who has graced me on so many levels in my life. And I pray also that I can assist the Holy Father in his pastoral renewal of the Church.

“In this moment, I give thanks for those who have contributed profoundly to my life and priesthood: my family, the priests and women religious who helped to form me, and the Catholic community of San Diego and Imperial Counties, whom it is my privilege to lead.”

Pope Francis

A Message from Pope Francis

My heart aches greatly at the worsening situation in Ukraine. Despite the diplomatic efforts of the last few weeks, increasingly alarming scenarios are opening up. Like me, many people all over the world are feeling anguish and concern. Once again the peace of all is threatened by partisan interests. I would like to appeal to those with political responsibility to examine their consciences seriously before God, who is the God of peace and not of war; who is the Father of all, not just of some, who wants us to be brothers and not enemies. I pray that all the parties involved refrain from any action that would cause even more suffering to the people, destabilizing coexistence between nations and bringing international law into disrepute.
You can donate through Catholic Relief Services to help those affected by the war.
"May there be peace for war-torn Ukraine so sorely tried by the violence and destruction of the cruel and senseless war into which it was dragged. In this terrible night of suffering and death, may a new dawn of hope soon appear! Let there be a decision for peace." ... Pope Francis

2022-2023 Faith Formation Registration Coming Soon

St de Vincent Paul Donation

Listen, God is Calling

Knights of Columbus Sunday Community Rosary

Pro-Life Rosary Sundays at 8:15am

Keep in Touch with STL

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Holy Grounds Coffee Cart

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Scrip sales will be offered on the first and last Sunday each month at the 9 AM Mass. Stop by and buy cards for all your needs: gas, groceries, coffee, gifts, and many more. Many cards can be managed directly by you with a St. Luke Family account.

Details and Scrip Order Forms are available at the Scrip table or click the link to download the form.

Proceeds to benefit St. Luke Outreach Ministry.

Safe Place Faith Community

A Safe Place -- Our Response to Violence

When I Call For Help: A Pastoral Response to Domestic Violence Against Women

Education - Support - Resources

Ways you can help

Safe Place Faith Community

Office Hours

Our office is closed until further notice because of the coronavirus outbreak. Please call for assistance, Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, (619) 442-1697. For emergencies, call at any time. Our answering service will help you.


Mass Times

Office Closed, Monday July 4th -- God Bless America!

Wednesday: 7:30 AM
Thursday: 7:30 AM
Friday: 7:30 AM
Saturday Vigil: 5:00 PM
Sunday: 9:00 AM, 11:30 AM

Reconciliation: Saturdays at 3:30 PM

Children's Liturgy: Sundays at the 9:00 AM and 11:30 AM Masses

High Schoolers meet every other Sunday, 10:00 AM in front of the church. Check Parish calendar on website for dates. All high schoolers are welcomed.

Adoration: First Friday of month, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM with Closing Benediction at 5PM

Reporting Sexual Abuse

Reporting allegations of sexual misconduct:  The diocese of San Diego treats all allegations of sexual misconduct by clergy or Church personnel seriously and deals with them in a prompt, confidential and thorough manner. To report sexual misconduct by clergy or Church personnel, including abuse, please call Mary Acosta, Victim Assistance Coordinator, (858) 490-8353, email [email protected] or visit www.safeinourdiocese.org. Situations of recent or ongoing sexual abuse should be reported to local law enforcement.