Đại Hội Mục Vụ GX Đức Mẹ La Vang
Đại Hội Mục Vụ GX Đức Mẹ La Vang
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Lenten Season 2019
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Mass Schedule
Welcome to Our Lady of Lavang
2023 PSA
PSA CAMPAIGN FOR OUR DIOCESE OF ORANGE

Please respond generously to the PSA.

Your participation in the Pastoral Services Appeal makes a real and tangible impact on lives in our parishes, schools and communities. The very future of our faith depends on how we celebrate our blessings today and how we choose to share them. Please respond generously to the PSA. Thank you and God Bless.

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Emergency Hotline:  (714) 454-8430

BAPTISM

Our parish has monthly Baptism for Children (bilingual Vietnamese-English), from 7 years old and under, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM, every Sunday in the second week of each month.

Mass Schedule

Saturday: 6:00PM (Vietnamese & English)
Sunday: 4:00PM Youth (English)

 

Wedding

Download form and things to do before wedding at Our Lady of Lavang.

Funeral

Please contact Our Lady of Lavang Office (714) 775-6200, or our administrator Toma Kiet Pham.

LIVESTREAM MASS

GX Our Lady of La Vang live stream Mass schedule:

Vietnamese Mass: 8:30AM (Mon-Fri) Spanish Mass: 8:30AM (Fri) Vietnamese Mass: 8:00AM (Sat) Sunday Mass: 8:30AM

Thank you to all who joined the online Mass at Our Lady of La Vang Church in Santa Ana, California. Please support the parish by donating at https://ourladyoflavang.org/give Or send your contribution to: Our Lady of La Vang 288 S Harbor Blvd, Santa Ana, CA 92704

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Sunday, July 14, 2024 

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ! 

According to this weekend's gospel reading, Jesus sent out the Twelve to minister on their own shortly after they began following him. Despite knowing their inexperience and foolishness, Jesus respected their freedom, a sacred gift from God to every individual. He recognized the challenges and temptations they would face along their journey, yet he entrusted them with this mission to grow stronger difficulties and more mature af-ter failures. Far from neglect, Jesus prepared them as best he could, offering guidance and sharing his authori-ty with them. His actions reflected not indifference, but a deep understanding and profound respect for their development and journey. 

This reminds me some sad stories abour several young adults who, despite being fully grown, continue to rely on and live under their parents' care. Unfortunately, parents often contribute to this issue in several ways. Firstly, some parents view their children as perpetually small, weak, naive, and inexperienced. Consequently, they make decisions and plans for their children's future, happiness, and life, regardless of their age. In turn, their children, regardless of their maturity, lack the courage, ability, or desire to break free from parental con-trol. Secondly, out of deep love and lifelong devotion to their children, some parents excessively pamper and cater to their every need, often beyond their means. Their excessive support leaves their children unsure of how to care for themselves, manage their own families, or plan for their own futures. Lastly, driven by a de-sire to shield their children from sadness, stumbling, or failure, some parents intervene unnecessarily, rescuing their children even when it's unwarranted or counterproductive. Consequently, these young adults may never learn to develop resilience, self-reliance, or problem-solving skills through adversity. As a result, some young people have not experienced the challenges and hardships that foster personal growth and maturity. They fre-quently turn to their parents for assistance, their willpower is often weak, their resolve easily shaken, and they struggle to maintain stability when faced with life's difficulties. 

My brothers and sisters in Christ, 

Sometimes we encounter situations where beloved family members, relatives, or friends are preparing to de-part from us. Surely it is natural for us to feel sadness, anxiety, or frustration because we wish they could re-main with us indefinitely. Nevertheless, we must remind ourselves to respect their freedom to make their own choices and walk on their own journey. We must remind ourselves to embrace the natural changes that occur in human life. Alongside this acceptance, we should also entrust the rest to God, echoing the prayer, "Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven”. 

Sincerely yours in Jesus Christ and Our Lady of La Vang! 

Reverend Kiet Anh Ta. 

ADULT CONFIRMATION

The Spanish Adult Confirmation class will begin on February 25, 2024 at 2:00PM in room 001. Please stop by the parish office to register. Please bring a copy of your Baptism and First Communion certificate.

SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM

Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated on the every month. For Vietnamese, the celebration will be on the 2nd Sunday at 2:00PM. For Spanish, the celebration will be on the 1st Saturday at 3:00PM. Please contact the office at (714) 775-6200 for more information regarding...

SECOND COLLECTION

Next weekend our special collection will support the Catholic Campaign for Human Development. About 38 million people in the United States live in poverty. This fundraiser funds programs that empower people to identify and address the obstacles they face to bring...

PSA for 2024

We will kick start PSA for 2024 this weekend. Please bring home PSA envelopes. Your participation in the Pastoral Services Appeal makes a real and tangible impact on lives in our parishes, schools and communities. The very future of our faith depends on how we...

Mass Schedule

Weekdays

Monday 8:30 am: Vietnamese
Tuesday 8:30 am: Vietnamese
Wednesday 8:30 am: Vietnamese
Thursday 8:30 am: Spanish
Friday 8:30 am: Vietnamese

Saturday

Saturday 8:00 am: Vietnamese
Saturday 6:00 pm : Vietnamese & English
 

Sunday

Sunday 6:30 am: Vietnamese
Sunday 8:30 am: Vietnamese
Sunday 10:30 am: Vietnamese
Sunday 12:30 pm: Spanish
Sunday 4:00 pm: English (Youth)
Sunday 6:00 pm: Vietnamese

Dear Parishioners and Friends,

We are reaching out to you with heartfelt enthusiasm as we embark on a meaningful journey to support Our Lady of Lavang Shrine, a place that holds immense significance in our community. This sacred space is not just a physical structure; it is a beacon of faith, unity, and spiritual solace for all who seek refuge within its walls. As we come together to raise funds for the preservation and enhancement of Our Lady of Lavang Shrine, we invite each one of you to be an integral part of this noble endeavor. Your contribution, big or small, will play a vital role in ensuring that this shrine continues to be a sanctuary where souls find comfort, hope, and inspiration. Let us unite in the spirit of generosity and shared devotion, demonstrating our collective commitment to sustaining the legacy of Our Lady of Lavang Shrine. Together, we can make a lasting impact and secure the future of this sacred haven for generations to come. Thank you for your unwavering support and may Our Lady of Lavang bless each one of you abundantly.

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