The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

June 2, 2024

The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ


            The last two precious gifts given to us by Jesus are the Holy Eucharist as our spiritual food on Holy Thursday and Jesus’ mother Mary as our spiritual mother on Good Friday. Corpus Christi is the celebration of the abiding presence of a loving God as Emmanuel – God with us – in order to give collective thanks to our Lord for his living with us in the Eucharist. The feast also gives us an occasion to learn more about the importance and value of the “Real Presence” so that we may appreciate the Sacrament better and receive maximum benefit from the Eucharist.


We believe in the “Real Presence” of Jesus in the Holy Eucharist because Jesus promised it after miraculously feeding the 5000. Jesus instituted the Holy Eucharist during his Last Supper. Jesus commanded his disciples to repeat it in his memory. “Nothing is impossible with God.”


Life messages:

1) Let us appreciate the “Real Presence” of Jesus in the Holy Eucharist, by receiving Him with true repentance for our sins, due preparation and reverence. 

2) Let us be Christ-bearers and conveyers: By receiving Holy Communion, we become Christ-bearers as Mary was, with the duty of conveying Christ to others at home, in the workplace, and everywhere else, through love, mercy, forgiveness, and humble, self-giving, sacrificial service. 

3) Let us offer our lives on the altar along with Jesus’ sacrifice, asking pardon for our sins, expressing gratitude for the blessings we have received and presenting our needs and petitions on the altar.


Fr. Anthony Kadavil 

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June 1 - 7, 2024

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Saturday (Sunday Vigil) 5:00 PM

Mary Lopez †, Carla Deasy †,

Michael Chiarello †


Sunday 8:30 AM

Sarah Crites-Snapp † & Joseph Snapp’s Family


Sunday 10:00 AM

Josephine Baroni †


Sunday 11:30 AM

St. Martin Parishioners

Monday 8:30 AM

Lucila Palmaras Alemania †,

Isaac Palmaras

Tuesday 8:00 AM

Napoleon Echivarre †


Wednesday 8:10 AM

Cristina Guiriba & Family

Miguel Borjal †

Thursday 8:00 AM

Mary Anne Ravizza †

Friday 8:00 AM

Josephine Baroni †


Arnold Mendenhall, Sr. Janet Barrett DC, Sharon Lydon,

Louise Zarka, Josephine Baroni



Maria Hortensia Perez, Carolyn Mauro, Colleen Williams, Mary Contini,

Cassie Stagi, Linda Furtado, Ronald Murphy, Annamary Keethaponkalan,

Joey Segui, Esther Wald, Egualberto Abaya, Katie Hernandez, Amy Gastelum, Greg Rhodes, Paul Krill, Megan Favoli, Bekah Dominguez, Kathleen Lupo, Connor Vierra, Frances Pizzo, Tom Rodenfils, Rodger “OB” O’Brien, Sr.

Please pray with us for our parishioners, family and friends.



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Baptism Class

June 11

from 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM

through Zoom

Please contact Merry at to find out about the Infant Baptism process in our parish. 


Faith Formation Registration

Registrations for 2024-2025 Children’s Catechetical Ministry, First Eucharist Preparation, Christian Initiation, Adult and Youth Confirmation is coming soon. If you have any questions, please contact Faith Formation at (408) 294-8953 ext. 321 or

Registration for OCIA 2024-2025

will open in July


Interested in becoming Catholic?

Are you a non-Catholic who is attracted to the Catholic way of life and interested in becoming Catholic? The RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) helps prepare adults to receive the Sacraments of Initiation into the Catholic Church. We meet in a supportive, small group setting to learn about Scripture, the Mass, Sacraments, Church, History, Catholic Prayer and Devotional Practices, and Catholic Teachings on Theology, Moral Issues, and Social Justice. If you would like more information about this process, please contact Merry Kaelani at:


Dear parents and children, kindly click on the link below to download and print out catechetical activity for children for this weekend. This link is updated every week with activities that corresponds to the readings and Sunday celebrations.



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