The Catholic Community of St. Paschal Baylon

Cordially invites you to the Installation Mass of their new Pastor

Fr. Michael Rocha

Sunday, November 23, 2014
at 10:30 A.M. **
The Solemnity of Christ the King

Reception to follow in the Parish Hall

** Mass time is 15 minutes earlier than the usual Sunday 10:45A.M. Mass




A day to give thanks for all God's blessings

Special Mass of Thanksgiving

Thursday, November 27, 2014, 9:00A.M.  (Bilingual)

* Please bring the bread and wine that you might be serving at your thanksgiving meal to receive a special blessing.  Please be sure to label your items with your name.





St. Paschal Baylon School proudly presents
Christmas Boutique and Fashion Show
December 6th and 7th, 2014

Saturday, December 6:  Luncheon/Shopping
Fashion Show featuring the SPBS 8th Graders, the Class of 2015
11 A.M. - 4 P.M. (Ticketed Admission)
Doors and Shopping Open at 11AM, Lunch 12PM, Fashion Show 1PM

Sunday, December 7:  Boutique Shopping, 8AM - 2PM (Free Admission)

Tickets for Saturday will be sold after each Mass
For more information, contact Jenn McGee at 805-816-2608




Check out the latest update from Fr. Joe Scerbo
on his "Staff and Sandals" Page




Youth Outreach Update

Attention All Youth!
Come to the Weekly Wednesday Hangout!

There will be a weekly OPEN youth room  (no teaching, no homework, just fun!)
Wednesdays, 7:00-9:00pm.  Refreshments will be available.
Bring your friends.  All ages welcome!

 Support SPBC Youth Outreach!

Click to View Volunteer Opportunities on VolunteerSpot

 Want to stay up to date with what's going on with the SPB Youth Outreach including
Confirmation Class Sign-ups, Youth Ministry updates, and more?  Text 'paschal' to 84576
Check out the new Youth Outreach Ministry Website here!




adoration2Come 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