— Public Prayer & Private Devotions —
Celebrating Our Faith More Joyfully
Public Prayer:
Our goal is to stimulate an Evangelizing Liturgy (to change peoples’ Weekend Experience) through formation, mindful and fruitful participation of the people of God, so that, by celebrating the Paschal Mystery of our Faith, both the theological life and Christian commitment will be strengthened.
Private Prayer:
The Lord invites to “watch and pray so that you will not fall into temptation.” We believe that God tirelessly calls each of us to mystically experience a personal encounter with Himself. Our Goal here is to offer God’s people different forms of Christian prayer, so that through pious devotions, the life of the faithful may be conformed to Christ in the Holy Spirit to the glory of God the Father.

Anonymous, July 6, 2021 - 6:42 pm

Praying for a coworker who suffers from extreme anxiety. For relief and healing...

Anonymous, July 2, 2021 - 1:26 pm

Healing for all who are substance abusers. May they feel the comforting hand of God to relieve their condition.

Anonymous, June 18, 2021 - 12:15 am

For the restoration of health and well-being of all those affected by Covid-19


08.08.21 ===== Mass on the Grass

Celebrating our Parish Feast Day with an outdoor Mass in our community. Mass begins at 11:00am. There will be no 10:00 am or 1:00 pm Masses in the church this date.


===== May Crowning

Virgin Mary Crowning

The month of May is dedicated to Mary. The traditional practice of crowning an image of Mary is done on the first day of May; however, this year at Transfiguration Church we celebrated May Crowning on the First Communion Masses on Saturday, May 2, 2021, to have the communicants bring to our Blessed Mother a beautiful bouquet of flowers. 
We invite the parish community to continue to pray for these children who received the Holy Body of Christ for the first time.

Coronación de Virgen Maria

El mes de mayo está dedicado a María. La práctica tradicional de coronar una imagen de María se realiza el primer día de mayo; sin embargo, este año en la Iglesia de la Transfiguración celebramos la Coronación de Mayo en las Misas de Primera Comunión el Sábado 2 de Mayo de 2021, que los comulgantes lleven a la Santísima Virgen un hermoso ramo de flores.

Invitamos a la comunidad parroquial a continuar orando por estos niños que recibieron el Santo Cuerpo de Cristo por primera vez.


05.18.21 ===== In Person Mass Update

Reservations for mass attendance are no longer required. We hope that everyone will join us again for the celebration of our Liturgies:
Monday – Friday:  8:00 am English
Saturday: 4:00 pm English; 6:00 pm Spanish
Sunday: 8:00 am and 10:00 am English; 1:00 pm Polish


We will require masks for some time yet but you can sit closer to people (increased capacity), no temperatures when entering, though we will continue to sanitize your hands when you arrive. We expect some of these protocols to be relaxed in the coming weeks/months.

Lord, it is good to be here!


05.01.21 ===== Congratulations FIrst Communicants

On behalf of the Transfiguration School of Religion director, Catechists, Frassati Principal, Teachers, Families, and Friends.

And united by the Most Blessed Sacrament, we would like to congratulate the 2020/2021 First Communicants! 

Rev. Fr. Juan Avila Ibarra and Fr. Alex Garcia, welcome many families on Saturday, May 1, 2021, where 52 children united with Jesus Christ through the Holy Eucharist, the precious body of Christ. May that they be filled and nourished by our Lord and Savior.  May the good lord guide them throughout their journey and pray that God’s grace shine upon them today as they grow in the spirit of His embrace now and always.

The whole parish community is invited to keep them in your prayers as they journey along with Christ.


===== Welcome / Bienvenido Fr. Alex

Fr. Javier Alexander Garcia


===== Congratulations RCIA Students

On behalf of the Transfiguration Parish, families, and friends and united by the Most Blessed Sacrament, we would like to congratulate the 2020/2021 RCIA students, who were sealed with chrism and the Holy Spirit by Rev. Fr. Juan Avila Ibarra, who welcomed them to the Catholic
Church on Saturday, April 3, 2021.

Maria Elena Espejo Chaga
Magdalena Parmelee
Lily Parmelee
Andrea Lazaro

The RCIA team have worked hard to prepare the candidates to get them ready for this life-changing moment. You did a great job! May the gifts of the Spirit fill your lives and deepen your faith in our Lord Jesus Christ.  The whole parish community is invited to keep them in your prayers as they journey in their faith growth.