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- A Eucharistic Community Living the Good News Daily -
This is my commandment: love one another as I have
loved you.  (John 15:12)

Welcome to Our Lady of Fatima Parish—virtually!  For 70
years, this parish has been Revealing the Light of Christ to the San Clemente community. The parish reflects a rich diversity of ages, cultures, languages, occupations, and life experiences all united in our one Lord, Jesus Christ.

At Our Lady of Fatima, we believe that each person has been blessed with unique gifts from God, gifts to be offered in service to one another.  This is the message of love that Jesus proclaimed through his life, death, and resurrection. Our love of God is manifested in our praise and worship of Him, and in our care for all His people.  This website provides a means for us to ‘proclaim from the e-housetops’ the power of God’s love working through our sacramental life, faith formation opportunities, and outreach ministries.

Whether you are a current parishioner or a first time visitor, we invite you to take a few moments to walk through our website to experience the faith, hope, and love that the members of this community share with one another as brothers and sisters in Christ.  As we travel this grace-filled journey of faith, may we continue to love one another as Jesus has loved us!
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105 N La Esperanza, San Clemente, CA  92672
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Updated: 1/16/2018
Educating on the Nature and
Dignity of Women
4 New Classes Available
Please register and order books at www.endow.org

Letter to Women - 8 weeks
Explore St. Pope John Paul ll’s 1995 letter to all women of the world! Choose between morning or evening sessions:
January 9, 9:30am / McGowan Hall - A
Contact Kathy at 933-8019 or mkeisele@cox.net
January 9, 6:30pm / McGowan Hall - C
Contact Toni at (740)424-4116 or t.ncake@yahoo.com

Aquinas for Beginners - 8 weeks
Explore what Aquinas has to teach us about the virtues and the essential purpose of living the moral life as Catholic women.
January 10, 9:30am  / McGowan Hall - A
Contact Kathy at 933-8019 or mkeisele@cox.net

Mother of the Redeemer - 8 weeks
St Pope John Paul ll’s 1987 encyclical will help you explore the topic of Mary’s place in the life of the church and catholic devotions!
January 10, 6:30pm / McGowan Hall
Contact Julie at 370-5944 or juliejk28@gmail.com

To start the New Year

“Matthew: The King and
His Kingdom”

24 weeks
Begins January 11
9:30am - 11:15am

McGowan Hall - A

Early registration fee: $49 includes the Study Kit.

Download registration form here and mail to parish office.
Pick of the Week
for January 14

With compassion, love, and hope, 40 explores inspiring stories and deeply personal interviews with some of the most prominent figures in the pro-life movement including Abby Johnson, Lila Rose and Fr. Frank Pavone.

To watch, visit www.formed.org
and log in with Parish code GHGPY3.