Bishops from throughout the state of California released a video reenacting the Stations of the Cross to draw attention to the sin of racism and ask God’s help in eliminating it.
It is also intended to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the tragic killings at Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC, and the Juneteenth holiday this Friday, celebrating the end of slavery in the United States.
Stations of the Cross for Racial Justice & Peace with Bishop Cantú
Prayer Service for Racial Justice & Peace with Bishop Cantú
U.S. unrest: Pope condemns ‘sin of racism’
Diocese of San Jose Livestream Mass
6th Sunday of Easter Mass English with Bishop Cantú
6th Sunday of Easter Mass Vietnamese with Bishop Cantú
Feast of St. Joseph the Worker and consecrates the Diocese to San José to the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church
with Bishop Cantú and Fr. Hao Dinh
Bishop Oscar Cantú celebrates English Mass on Sunday April 26
Bishop Oscar Cantú celebrates English Mass on Sunday April 19
Easter Mass with Bishop Cantú
Easter Mass with Bishop Cantú of San Jose
Xin cám ơn quý vị cùng hiệp thông với chúng tôi trong Thánh lễ Chúa Nhật Phục sinh do Cha Đinh Đức Hảo cử hành.
Spiritual Communion with Bishop Oscar Cantú as he celebrates the Easter Vigil
Comunión Espiritual con el Obispo Oscar Cantú mientras celebra la Vigilia Pascual
Spiritual Communion with Bishop Oscar Cantú as he celebrates the Good Friday Liturgy.
Comunión Espiritual con el Obispo Oscar Cantú mientras celebra la Liturgia del Viernes Santo.
Holy Thursday Trilingual Mass
Bishop Oscar Cantú celebrates English Mass on Sunday April 5
Bishop Oscar Cantú celebrates Spanish Mass on Sunday April 5
Father Hao Dinh celebrates Vietnamese Mass on Sunday April 5
Pope Francis Daily Mass Recordings
Interfaith Day of Prayer for Humanity 5.14.20
Annual Diocesan Appeal
Priest’ Retirement Appeal
Bishop’s Ad Limina Visit to Rome
Special Mass Celebration