Daily Mass is available to watch on EWTN
Daily Mass is also available to watch at
Holy Spirit Catholic Church
Sunday Mass is available to watch on KNXT-TV at 10:00AM Sunday. Re-broadcast at 6:00PM Sunday.
Liturgy and all mass schedules are suspended until further notice.
Saturday: 5:30 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM,
12:00 PM (Spanish)
1st, 2nd, 4th, and 5th Sunday of the month
(*Click link to view schedule)
(M,W,F) 9:00 AM
(T,TH) 5:30 PM
Sacrament of Reconciliation,
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Private Reconciliation also available by appointment. Call office @ 661-822-3060 for more details.
St. Malachy Roman Catholic Church is located at 407 West E Street, on the corner of Mill and E street.
Coronavirus Covid-19 Alert
Please contact us if you have any needs, especially related to the government mandated Stay home except for essential needs order. Call the office at 661-822-3060 or email us at Office@saintmalachy.church
By order of the Archbishop of Fresno, Bishop Brennan
All Office and Church activities will be suspended
until further notice. There will be no daily or Sunday
Mass. Please call (661) 822-3060 for further
Information or go to dioceseoffresno.org/
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Dear Parishioner, In our hearts, thoughts and prayers in memory of the times when we have made this Holy Week journey and for the hope in the future, let us read and reflect upon this pilgrimage through Holy Week. May you be blessed by Jesus Christ Our Lord and Savior. Fr. Mark
A message from Fr. Mark, 04/03/20
St. Malachy, like all Catholic parishes, is almost totally dependent on your financial contributions in the Sunday collection to meet our normal obligations, salaries, utilities and all of the monthly bills that we must pay. Your generosity is even more important and needed now even as we are all currently facing financial challenges. I would encourage you to read this important letter from the Head of our Finance Council, Daniel Arnett. As a reminder you can mail in your weekly contribution to: St. Malachy Church, 407 W E St., Tehachapi, CA 93561, drop off at the Parish Office or to utilize the electronic means of contributing found at https://www.osvonlinegiving.com/4799
Thank you for your generosity and commitment to the financial needs of our Parish. May God Bless you abundantly in your giving.
Yours in Christ,
A message from Dan Arnett, 04/03/20
My name is Dan Arnett and I head the Saint Malachy Finance Council. First of all I hope you are all well and staying safe during these difficult times. As you all know the stay at home order has been extended which will make it impossible to celebrate Holy Week at Church. I know not being able to attend Mass is very hard for everyone.
I wanted to address one issue that the extended closure of our Church creates. I know many of you have lost your job or had your hours cut and I am not asking you to put your family finances in more jeopardy. I just wanted to remind everyone that even though we may realize a little savings on utilities, hosts, and things like candles while not having services. The Parish has many fixed costs and unfortunately we still need money to keep our Parish solvent. Without the mass collections our income is down dramatically and if this continues it will eat into our reserves. I ask you to please continue to financially support your Parish during these unprecedented times. The office is closed to the public but you can drop off your tithing at the mail slot located in the double doors on the south side of the Parish Office. Don’t forget you can sign up for the online giving program. You can find more information here on the web site. Keep your families safe during this pandemic and pray for one another.
Thank You and God bless,
A message from Fr. Mark
To the Parishioners of St. Malachy
As your Pastor I am praying for all of you that you are all well in Jesus Christ Our Lord. Our Parish wellbeing and holiness is in my daily Mass intentions. I would like to remind us all that the Bishop has given the directive of the suspension of public Mass and all activities at our parishes will continue INDEFINITELY. This means we will be celebrating Holy Week at home. As we invite Jesus Christ into our lives to live a faith filled and prayerful lives in these time, remember, our home is where are heart is. Let our hearts and prayers be united with God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit in heaven to fill our homes with the radiance of Christ’s Resurrection.
Bishop Joseph Brennan wrote to us: “I am very aware these Directives cause us all to be “conflicted” in light of our deep faith in what Jesus, Our Lord and Savior, accomplished for us through His Passion, Death, and Glorious Resurrection. This faith lives at the heart of all of us – this faith “identifies” us as Disciples of the Suffering and Risen Lord. Suspending our physical presence and participation in the celebration of these Sacred Mysteries is heartbreaking for all of us – faithful people, vowed religious, deacons, priests, and yes, even your Bishop. My heart aches that these Directives need to be made, but they must be followed. It is a matter of the very faith we so ardently profess that “compels” us to do what LOVE demands of us – to sacrifice (even when it hurts or when it’s uncomfortable or inconvenient) for one another; to protect one another when there is danger, physical and spiritual. And so, I humbly ask all of you to take this not just as rules to be followed and obeyed, but rather as our faith-full response to the “love” we have all received through Christ’s Passion, Death, and Resurrection and to put it to work for our good and the good of our neighbor – especially those most vulnerable among us.” With this in mind we are asked not to gather at the Church even if it is in our cars. Please be mindful of the need to be careful and take care of yourselves in this time of the pandemic.
God Bless you and keep looking at our website and Facebook for updates.
Yours in Christ,
A Message From Bishop Joseph V. Brennan
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