St. Paschal Baylon Parish Proudly Welcomes
Our New Pastor,  Fr. Michael Rocha and Our
New Associate Pastor, Fr. Marc Angelo

 

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Meet Fr. Michael

Father Michael Rocha, was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley, a true native born Angelino.  He attended and graduated from Our Lady of Lourdes School, Northridge as well as from Our Lady Queen of the Angels Minor Seminary. He went on to study and graduate from Mount Saint Mary’s College, Los Angeles with a B.A. in Music Education with emphasis in Organ and Choral Direction.  Since Mt. St. Mary’s was principally a women’s college, music and nursing were the only undergraduate programs open to men, he sang with the Loyola Marymount University Men’s Chorus under the direction of the late Maestro Paul Salamunovich.

 

Click here to read more about Fr. Michael

Click here to read Fr. Michael's Weekly Article

 


 

Meet Fr. Marc Angelo

Fr. Marc Angelo was born in the island of Puerto Rico (USA) in the Caribbean archipelago.  He went to the seminary of the Canon Regulars of the Lateran in NYC.  He graduated from Fordham University and obtained his Master degree in Divinity at the Pontifical University of the Gregorian in Rome, Italy.  He speaks Spanish, English and Italian and is currently studying French. His passion is reading books on psychology, mysticism, prayer, Neuroplasticity and the effect of thoughts in the brain.  His hobbies are weight lifting and guided imagery meditation. 

    


 Youth Outreach Update

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Confirmation Class Sign-ups, Youth Ministry updates, and more?
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Text 'paschal' to 84576


 

  A Cancer Journey - A Video Featuring Fr. Joe Scerbo

 

 
 


 

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Come and spend an hour with the Lord

"My soul thirsts for You, My Lord"

Our 24 hour Adoration Chapel is a place to meet Jesus in the peace and quiet of your heart.  Reserve your appointment with Jesus by contacting Dan & Linda at 805-492-6618.

"As we come to the Eucharist and recieve the "bread of heaven," let us continue to remember that God is involved in our everyday life, equipping us to get through whatever needs to be endured. When things seem to be unraveling around the edges, let the Holy Spirit guide you step by step and know that the light of Jesus shines on you continually. "- Friar Joe Scerbo, S.A.

"The chapel is a peaceful place to contemplate the presence of God.  It's a place where we are likely to hear God's will for us, to find the direction our life needs, to experience God's love, and to return to our world renewed and refreshed." - Fr. Dave Heney