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 over 70 years, this parish has been Revealing the Light of Christto 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!
Our Lady of Fatima Campus Closed
In compliance with the order released on Thursday, March 19, 2020, by Gov. Gavin Newsom, all parish facilities are closed to the public. Our clergy and parish staff remain committed to responding to our community's needs. Contact the office via phone at 949-492-4101 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our voice and email are actively monitored throughout the day. Scroll to for information on how we are responding to the pandemic including our schedule for live stream Mass.
Fr. Jim, Fr. Sal, Dcn Al and the Parish Staff
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The parish continues to rely on the financial support of our members to sustain its mission now and enable us to come back even stronger when this crisis comes to an end. While we cannot gather in person to celebrate Eucharist, please continue your support to the extent you are able. Mail your contributions directly to the parish office or give online by clicking on the button below. Thank you for your continuing generosity.
On Friday, May 22, Bishop Kevin Vann announced that public Masses may resume in the Diocese of Orange beginning the weekend of June 13-14. Initial guidelines have been issued to help individual parishes in their planning with the safety of their members in mind. While the logistics for Our Lady of Fatima are being finalized and recognizing that many of our ministers may not be able to return immediately, the parish is asking for additional volunteers to serve in a variety of ministerial roles.
If you are in good health and under the age of 65, consider joining a liturgical ministry or assisting in non-liturgical aspects. Please contact us via email, email@example.com or phone 949-492-4101. Orientation will be provided to volunteers in preparation for the reopening.