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4/1:

Hope everyone is remaining safe and healthy. We really need your help! We need your help in spreading the word about our new YOU TUBE CHANNEL!

We want to continue to provide streaming video of our Masses and Services. You Tube can reach farther, beyond Facebook. We need as many SUBSCRIBERS as we can get possible!!!

You can click this link directly to view video and please hit that RED SUBSCRIBE BUTTON & Bell Icon, along with liking the “Thumbs Up” as well!

https://youtu.be/23Is4RPZ8BI

To stay up to date with Parish news, please also stay in touch with our Parish thru these other social media and website links:

Facebook.com/stbarnabaslb/
Instagram: @stbarnabaslb
Website: http://www.stbarnabaslb.org

Our new YouTube channel!

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-rKi8xRcnhlPp3P6PUSlNQ


3/24:

With heavy hearts, we are sad to announce that Archbishop Gomez prayerfully discerned that our entire Archdiocese of Los Angeles Churches are to be completely CLOSED until further notice. NO more visits during the day. NO Confessions. ALL DOORS WILL BE LOCKED. 


3/19:  We will be live-streaming our Masses from St. Barnabas Church, beginning today!

Please help spread the word & share this flyer to everyone! #stbarnabaslb
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89965395_2549800851941299_7881597560362631168_n*update 3/21: and now live streaming at 11am on Sundays too!!!!


3/17: Letter from our Pastor

March 17, 2020
My Dear Parishioners,
Blessings to you! The current spread of the Corona Virus has tremendously affected our daily lives. The government officials and leaders in our communities have made hard choices and painful decisions in an attempt to keep us safe. Taking into considerations the current public health emergency situation, our Archbishop José H. Gomez has temporarily suspended public celebration of the Mass in our Archdiocese effective March 17, 2020 until March 29, 2020, or otherwise extended. Our Archbishop has stressed that this decision was “not made lightly,” and that it was made after “much prayer and reflection” and in consultation with the Archdiocese’s auxiliary bishops, Council of Priests, lay advisors, and government and public health officials.
In lieu of this, our Parish weekend and weekday Masses are suspended until March 29, 2020, or otherwise extended. However, we will live stream our own Parish Mass, daily at 8:00 am and on Sundays at 9:00 am. You can participate in this Mass from your home via the internet through FACEBOOK LIVE, by visiting this website: facebook.com/stbarnabaslb/ Although you may not receive Holy Communion, you will be making a profound act of spiritual Communion with your Priests and our beloved Parish Community, and more importantly have an opportunity to keep the Lord’s Day Holy.
In addition, our Archdiocese also provides a livestream of Masses from the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels daily and on Sunday via Facebook, @lacatholics, (facebook.com/lacatholics/) or visit lacatholics.org/emergency/ The daily Mass (M-F) in English at 12:10 p.m. and the Sunday Masses in English at 10 a.m. and in Spanish at 12:30 p.m. will be livestreamed. For more information on additional Mass broadcasts on TV and radio, visit lacatholics.org/emergency.
For those who could not participate in the Holy Mass via the internet, I strongly encourage you to read the Scripture readings, reflect on it, and pray with your family making an act of spiritual communion with your Priests and our Parish Community. The daily readings are printed in our bulletin and could be accessed on our website: http://www.stbarnabaslb.org. Readings could also be accessed at http://www.usccb.org

Fr. Bernard and I will respond to all the sick calls. However, if it is not a life-threatening situation, kindly wait for a couple of weeks before requesting for a priest. Unless it is an emergency, all baptism schedules are suspended until further notice. If you scheduled a wedding or quinceañera in the coming days, please call the parish office for an important update.
With regards to the Holy Week celebrations, our Archdiocese will issue an update on or before Friday, March 27, 2020. So kindly expect an update on this when it is available. Please know that Fr. Bernard and I are praying for your safety and well-being in our private daily Masses. Kindly pray for us as well. Please be safe and we will see you soon.
With Blessings,
Rev. Antony Gaspar
Pastor



For the safety of our Parish Office, we are limiting the visits by appointment only. You can request Mass Intentions and other matters via phone or e-mail. If you want to drop off donations or paperwork, you may do so by dropping it in our mail slot.

For live streaming of Los Angeles Cathedral daily Mass and Sunday Mass, you can watch here:

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http://www.olacathedral.org/live/


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http://www.olacathedral.org/coronavirus/


 

Prayer from Arch Gomez


St. Barnabas Calendar of Events

  • 3/17 St Patrick’s Day
  • 3/19 First Day of Spring- Feast of St. Joseph
  • 4/5 Palm Sunday
  • 4/10 Good Friday
  • 4/12 Easter Sunday

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 Parish Forms

    •  Parish Registration:  New to our Parish? Have a change of address? Please print and complete the New_Parish_Registration_Form2015 form.
    • MEMORIAL PLAQUE: Remember your deceased loved ones by ordering a 3” x 3/4” memorial plaque to be placed in our “In Memoriam” Prayer Room in our church. The requested donation is $50.00. Masses for our beloved departed whose names are inscribed on the memorial plaques are offered once a month in our parish church. For more info, call the Parish Office at (562) 424-8595.  Memoriam_Room_Order_Form

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