Updated: Jan 9, 2021
DAY OF PRAYER FOR OUR NATION
In the wake of the attack on the US Capitol, Bishop Oscar Cantu of San Jose stated,
"I call all parishioners of the Diocese of San Jose to join me in prayer for our country. The attack on January 6 at the U.S. Capitol Building in D.C. was shocking and appalling. I invite all the faithful of San Jose to join me in a Day of Prayer on Friday, January 8th that we may offer prayers and sacrifice for peace, reconciliation, and healing in our nation"
(Jan. 6, 2021).
His latest statement (Jan. 7, 2021) will be posted later this evening at www.dsj.org.
ASCENSION DAY OF PRAYER FOR OUR NATION
Friday, January 8, 2021
-8:00 am Mass, live-streamed at facebook.com/ascensionsaratoga.
-(Right after Mass) Eucharistic Adoration for Unity and Peace (same facebook page).
STATEMENTS FROM US BISHOPS ON CAPITOL ATTACK
US Catholic bishops unanimously condemn the violence that engulfed the United States Capitol, and appeal with people to come together as one nation under God.
(Complete article: US Bishops condemn attack on Capitol and ask for prayers)