Welcome to the Parish Community!
Welcome to the parish community! We’re so glad you’ve decided to join us. If you haven’t already, say “hello” to our parish priest, Father Martin Nguyen, O.P. He would love to meet you.
Church is open for personal or family prayer from Monday to Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (except 30 minutes before to 30 minutes after Masses); Saturday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm and Sunday 1:00 – 2:30 pm. Hand sanitizer, extra cleaning of the pews, and marking guides to ensure distancing are in use.
Masses resume on Monday! the Archbishop has issued guidelines for Masses for up to a total of 49 people, in compliance with public health directives. Daily Mass in English will be from Monday to Friday at 8 am and Saturday at 9 am. There will be no Novena Mass, to reduce gathering time. Weekday Mass in Vietnamese will be Tuesday to Thursday at 11:30 am and Friday at 7 pm.
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In 1978, through the introduction of Father Da Minh Bao, OP, the Archbishop of Vancouver officially invited Father Dominic Nguyen Huu Luong, of the Eucharist, to look after the Vietnamese Catholic community in Vancouver.
He borrowed the Blessed Sacrament church of the French community, located on Heather Street to gather CGVN brothers and sisters on weekends, to celebrate Mass in their mother tongue and to live together.
Weekday English Mass Schedule
8h00 am – Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday (Except first Friday)
9h00 am – First Friday and every Saturday.
7h00 pm – Wednesdays with Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help.
Weekend English Mass Schedule
9:00 am – English Mass
5:00 pm – English Mass
8:00 am – English Mass
11:30 am – English Mass (in this difficult Covid-19 time)
6:00 pm – English Mass
PROJECT ADVANCE 2019
Live gratefully, give generously
Project Advance is crucial to the Church’s mission of providing services that benefit all Catholics and countless others in our Archdiocese.
Our Goal: $100,000
Current Pledges: $81,235
Dear brothers and sisters in Christ,
We hope this message finds you…
Bishop Peter J. Elliott