Old Mission
Founded 1804
Capuchin Franciscan
Santa Inés
Solvang, California
Sacred Heart Sisters
Mission Santa Inés

Lenten Daily Mass
 8:00 A.M. English. 7:00 P.M. Spanish

Lenten Soup Suppers
March 1,8,15,22,29
6:00 PM Blessed Sacrament Chapel

Stations of the Cross
Fridays 12:15 PM English outdoor Via Calvario.
6:00 PM Spanish in the Church

Mass Schedule Weekend Mass
Saturday Vigil
5:00 PM – English, church and radio 107.1 FM
7:00 PM - Spanish, Iglesia /radio 107.1 FM
Sunday Masses
8:00 AM– English, church and radio 107.1 FM
9:30 AM–English church/radio 107.1livestream
11:00 AM–Bilingual church/radio 107.1 FM
12:30 PM Spanish Iglesia

USCCB Daily Mass Readings

Sacrament of Reconciliation/Confesión
Saturday/Sábado - in the Church
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM, bilingual/bilingüe

Adoration Chapel/Capilla de Adoración
Monday thru Friday - Blessed Sacrament Chapel
7:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Lunes a Viernes, 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Palm Sunday April 2, 2023
The masses begin in the garden by the lawn area, and then process into the church through the side door and the Madonna Chapel. (except the 12:30 PM Sunday Mass)

Holy Thursday: April 6, 2023
8:00 AM: Liturgy of the Hours-Morning Prayer Service
7:00 PM: Mass of the Lord's Supper
Adoration in the Hall following Liturgy

Good Friday: April 7, 2023
8:00 AM: Liturgy of the Hours-Morning Prayer Service
12:00 noon: open the church for prayer
2:00 PM: English Stations of the Cross
3:00 PM: English Veneration of the Cross
6:00 PM: Bilingual Outside Live Stations of the Cross
followed by Spanish service of Veneration of the Cross

Easter Vigil: April 8, 2023
8:00 AM: Liturgy of the Hours-Morning Prayer Service
8:00 PM: Bilingual Easter Vigil

Easter Sunday: April 9, 2023
6:00 AM: Sunrise Mass (English)
8:00 AM English
9:30 AM : English
11:00 AM: Bilingual
12:30 PM: Spanish

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A Message from our Pastor, Fr. Michael Ronayne

Praying with families in hospitals, we have been blessed to witness god's life-giving power. Patients without discernable vital signs suddenly began to breathe and speak again-after hours of apparent lifelessness. The God of Life has the last word. In this world and/or the next, He is the wellspring of life, Jesus' great mercy, the fullness of redemption, brings us to new life. In our eyes, what seems to be death is the beginning of new life with the Lord. Even after days in the tomb, Jesus calls Lazarus out of death and darkness and into light and new life. Ezekiel proclaims that God restores or reinvigorates not just individuals but whole nations. He can do the same for families, marriages, and ministries too. Sometimes like Martha, we get frustrated or depressed with God's agenda. We think He has let things go too far. But those who trust the Lord will not be disappointed (1 Peter 2,6). Let us continue our Lenten journey.: listening to the Lord like Lazarus, praying to Him like Martha, and finding strength in His Spirit of mercy and redemption. May God richly bless you and yours. Please continue to pray for our poor world.
Fr. Mike Ronyane


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This year, we celebrate our solidarity during the Together in Mission 2023 "Shine His Light" Annual Appeal and unite as a family of faith to raise vital funds for struggling parishes and schools during our 250th Year Jubliee of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. 


Your tremendous generosity will continue to provide essential resources that enrich parish life, strengthen families and communities, and inspire and educate future generations at 64 parishes and 75 schools. 

 Please remember to designate our parish, Old Mission Santa Ines, when making a donation or pledge. Thank you! Fr. Michael




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Reconciliation *

The Sacrament of Reconciliation*

3pm - 5pm

Back of Church

* Confession

Pope Francis' Intentions for March

For Victims of Abuse - 
We pray for those who have suffered harm from members of the Church; may they find within the Church herself a concrete response to their pain and suffering.
Read Pope Francis' monthly reflection...

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