Spiritual Resources

The resources listed below are offered as further support in this time

Prayer Resources

Other online resources

Ash Wednesday

Many parishes and missions post pastoral and spiritual information to their web pages and social media. These are ways we can keep connected to our own local faith communities, even though liturgies and other activities are cancelled.

CityParishWebsite linkFacebook LinkYouTube LinkOnline Liturgies
Alpaugh Sacred Heart Mission, Alpaugh
Arvin St. Thomas the Apostle, Arvin
Atwater St. Anthony, Atwaterwebsiteyoutube


Auberry-Tollhouse Infant Jesus of Prague Mission, Auberry-Tollhousewebsite
Avenal St. Joseph, Avenalwebsite
Bakersfield St. Jude Mission, Bakersfieldwebsite
Bakersfield Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Bakersfieldwebsitefacebook

Sunday Mass|Misa Domincal: 9am (Español) 10am (English)  Live  StreamSpot

Bakersfield Sacred Heart, Bakersfieldwebsitefacebook
Bakersfield St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Bakersfieldwebsitefacebookyoutube

Sunday Mass:
9:30am (English)
Parish YouTube channel

Bakersfield St. Francis of Assisi, Bakersfieldwebsitefacebook

Sunday Mass
10:00am (English)

Bakersfield St. Joseph, Bakersfieldwebsitefacebookyoutube

Sunday Mass|Misa Domenical:
9:15am Rosary  (English)
10:00am Mass  (English)
11:30am Rosario (Español)
12:30pm Misa (Español)

 Live  recorded on YouTube

Bakersfield St. Philip the Apostle, Bakersfieldwebsitefacebook

Sunday Mass|Misa Domenical
9:30am (Español)
11:00am (English)

Bakersfield San Clemente Mission Parish, Bakersfieldwebsitefacebook

Daily (including Sunday) Mass 6pm (english) Live

Bakersfield Christ the King, Bakersfieldwebsitefacebook
Bakersfield Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Co-Patroness of the Unborn, Bakersfieldwebsitefacebook

Sunday Mass
9:15 am (Bilingual|Bilingue)


Bakersfield Holy Spirit Mission, Bakersfieldwebsite
Bass Lake St. Dominic Savio Mission & Retreat Center, Bass Lake
Big Pine St. Stephen Mission, Big Pinewebsite
Bishop Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Bishopwebsitefacebook
Boron St. Joseph Mission, Boronwebsite
Buhach Immaculate Conception Mission, Buhach
Buttonwillow St. Mary, Buttonwillow
California City Our Lady of Lourdes, California Citywebsite
Caruthers Our Lady of the Assumption Mission, Caruthers
Chowchilla St. Columba, Chowchilla
Clovis Divine Mercy, Cloviswebsitefacebook
Clovis Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Cloviswebsitefacebook

Saturday Vigil Mass
5:30 pm

Mass recording available on https://www.olphclovis.org/

Coalinga St. Paul the Apostle, Coalinga
Corcoran Our Lady of Lourdes, Corcoranfacebook

Sunday Mass|Misa Domenical
5:00pm Saturday (English)
10:00am (Español)

Daily Mass|Misa diaria
10:am Monday, Wednesday (English)|Martes,Jueves (Español)


Cutler St. Mary, Cutlerfacebook
Delano Our Lady of Guadalupe, Delanofacebookyoutube

Sunday Mass|Misa Domenical
10 am (Español)
12 pm (English)
8am Mass
 Live |

Delano St. Mary of the Miraculous Medal, Delanofacebook

Sunday Mass|Misa Domenical
5:30pm Saturday (English)
11:00am (Español)


Delhi St. Teresa of Calcutta Mission, Delhi
Dinuba St. Catherine of Siena, Dinuba
Dos Palos Sacred Heart, Dos Palosfacebook

10:00am Mass (English)
12:00pm Misa (Español)


Earlimart St. Jude Thaddeus, Earlimartfacebook

Misa Domenical
11:00am Misa (Español)

Misa Diaria
6:00pm Misa (Español)

Easton The Catholic Community of St. Jude Parish (Easton) and Our Lady of the Assumption Mission (Caruthers)websitefacebook

Sunday Mass|Misa Domenical
9:30am (English)
11:00am (Español)


El Nido St. George Mission, El Nido
Exeter Sacred Heart, Exeterfacebook


Farmersville St. Anthony of Egypt Mission, Farmersville
Firebaugh St. Joseph, Firebaughfacebookyoutube
Five Points Holy Family Mission, Five Points
Fowler St. Lucy, Fowlerwebsitefacebook
Frazier Park Our Lady of the Snows Mission, Frazier Parkwebsite
Fresno St. John’s Cathedral, Fresnowebsitefacebook

Sunday Mass|Misa Domenical
7:30am (Español)
9:00am (English)


Fresno Holy Spirit, Fresnowebsitefacebook

Sunday Mass: 10am (English)
Daily Mass: 9am (English)
Martes, Jueves Misa: 8am (Español)
all at KNXT 49|38 and Holy Spirit Church webpage

Fresno Our Lady of La Vang, Fresno
Fresno Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Fresnowebsitefacebook

Misa Doiminical
10am (Español)


Fresno Our Lady of Victory, Fresnowebsitefacebook

10:00am Mass (English)
12:00pm Misa (Español)


Fresno Sacred Heart, Fresnowebsitefacebook
Fresno St. Alphonsus, Fresno
Fresno St. Anthony Claret, Fresnowebsitefacebook

Sunday Mass|Misa Domincal: 9am (English) 12pm (Español)

Daily Mass|Misa diaria: 10am (English) 6pm (Español)  Live 

Fresno Christ the King Mission, Malaga
Fresno St. Anthony of Padua, Fresnowebsitefacebook

Pentecost Sunday Mass
12pm English
1pm Español

Facebook Live and on parish website

Fresno St. Genevieve, Fresno
Fresno St. Helen, Fresno
Fresno St. Mary Queen of Apostles, Fresnowebsitefacebook
Fresno St. Paul Catholic Newman Center, Fresnowebsitefacebook

Sunday Mass
Daily Mass

Fresno The Shrine of St. Thérèse, Fresnowebsitefacebook
Gustine Shrine of Our Lady of Miracles, Gustine
Hanford Immaculate Heart of Mary, Hanfordwebsitefacebook

Sunday Mass: 8:30 AM (English) 9:30 AM (Español)  Live 

Hanford St. Brigid, Hanfordwebsitefacebook

Sunday Mass: 10am  Live 

Hilmar Holy Rosary, Hilmarwebsiteyoutube

Sunday Mass|Missa dominical
10am (English)
11:30 am (Portuguese)
available livestreamed on Parish YouTube channel

Hornitos St. Catherine of Siena Mission, Hornitos
Huron St. Frances Cabrini, Huron
Independence St. Vivian Mission, Independence
Ivanhoe San Felipe de Jesús Mission, Ivanhoe
Kerman St. Patrick, Kermanwebsitefacebook
Kettleman City St. Cecilia Mission, Kettleman Citywebsite
Kingsburg Holy Family, Kingsburgwebsitefacebookyoutube
Lamont St. Augustine, Lamontfacebook

Sunday Mass: 8:00 AM (English) 9:00 AM (Español)  Live 

Laton Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima, Latonfacebook
Le Grand Our Lady of Lourdes Mission, Le Grand
Lemoore St. Peter Prince of Apostles, Lemoorewebsitefacebook

Mass Sunday|Misa Domincal
10am (Bilingual|Bilingue)

Lemoore St. Rose of Lima Mission, Santa Rosa Rancheriawebsite
Lindsay Sacred Heart, Lindsay
Livingston St. Jude Thaddeus, Livingston
London Santa Cruz Mission, London
Lone Pine Santa Rosa, Lone Pine
Los Banos St. Joseph, Los Banoswebsitefacebook

Sunday Mass: 11:00 AM (English) 1:00 PM (Español)  Live 

Lost Hills Nuestra Señora de la Paz (Our Lady of Peace) Mission, Lost Hills
Madera St. Joachim, Maderawebsitefacebookyoutube

Sunday Mass|Misa Dominical: 9am (English) 10:30am (Español)    Live 

Daily Mass|Misa diaria: Monday-Friday 7am • Saturday 7:30am (English)|Lunes-Viernes 8am • Sábado 8:30am  (Español)

Mariposa St. Joseph, Mariposafacebook
McFarland St. Elizabeth [of Hungary], McFarland
Mendota Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mendotafacebookyoutube
Merced St. Patrick, Mercedwebsitefacebook

Sunday Mass|Misa Domenical
9:00am (English/Basque)
10:30am (Español)
12:00pm (English)

Merced Sacred Heart, Mercedfacebook

Misa Dominical|Sunday Mass:
9am (Bilingual|Bilingue)

Mojave St. Francis of Assisi Mission, Mojavewebsite
North Fork St. Joseph the Worker Mission, North Forkwebsite
Oakhurst Our Lady of the Sierra, Oakhurstwebsitefacebook

Sunday Mass

Orange Cove St. Isidore the Farmer, Orange Covewebsitefacebook
Parlier Our Lady of Sorrows, Parlier
Pinedale St. Agnes Mission, Pinedale
Planada Sacred Heart, Planada
Porterville St. Anne Parish, Portervillewebsitefacebookyoutube

Sunday Mass|Misa Dominical: 10:00 AM (English) 12:30 PM (Español)  Live  (facebook link) YouTube (YouTube link)

Porterville Holy Cross Church, Portervillewebsite
Randsburg Santa Barbara Mission, Randsburgwebsite
Raymond-Knowles St. Anne Chapel Mission, Raymond-Knowleswebsite
Reedley St. Anthony of Padua, Reedleywebsitefacebook

6:00pm Mass (English)
6:45pm Misa (Español)
11:00am Mass {English)
11:45am Misa (Español)

Richgrove St. Vincent de Paul Mission, Richgrove
Ridgecrest St. Ann, Ridgecrestwebsitefacebook

Sunday Mass|Misa Dominical
8:00am (English)
10:00am (Español)
Daily Mass
8:00am (English)

Ripperdan St. Agnes Chapel Mission, Ripperdanwebsite
Riverdale St. Ann, Riverdalefacebook

Mass 10:00am

Rosamond St. Mary of the Desert, Rosamondwebsite
San Joaquin St. Vincent de Paul Mission, San Joaquinwebsite
Sanger St. Mary, Sangerwebsitefacebook

6:00pm Misa (Español)
11:00am Mass (English)


Sanger St. Katherine, Del Reywebsite
Selma St. Joseph, Selmafacebook
Shafter St. Therese of Lisieux, Shafterfacebook

Daily Mass: 6:00 PM

Sunday Mass: 10:00 AM (Español)  Live 

Shoshone-Tecopa St. John the Baptist Mission, Shoshone
Springville St. Maximillian Kolbe Mission, Springvillewebsite
Squaw Valley St. Rita Mission, Squaw Valley
Stevinson St. Mary Mission, Stevinsonwebsite
Stratford St. Joseph Mission, Stratfordwebsite
Strathmore St. James Mission, Strathmore
Taft St. Mary, Taftwebsitefacebook

Sunday Mass|Misa Dominical
11:00am (Bilingual|Bilingüe)

Tecopa St. Thérèse Mission, Tecopawebsitefacebook
Tehachapi St. Malachy, Tehachapiwebsitefacebook
Terra Bella Blessed Miguel Agustin Pro Mission, Terra Bellawebsite
Three Rivers St. Clair Mission, Three Rivers
Three Rocks Our Lady of Lourdes Mission, Three Rocks
Tipton St. John the Evangelist, Tipton
Tonyville St. Anthony Mission, Tonyville
Tranquillity St. Paul, Tranquillitywebsite
Traver St. John the Baptist Mission, Traver
Tulare St. Aloysius, Tularefacebook
Tulare St. Rita, Tularewebsitefacebookyoutube

Sunday Mass | Misa Dominical:
6:00am (Bilingual|Bilingue)
9:30am (English)
1:00pm (Español)
Daily Mass|Misa diaria
5:00pm (Bilingual)

Tule River Indian Reservation Mater Dolorosa Mission Co-Patroness St. Kateri Tekakwitha, Tule Indian Reservation
Visalia Good Shepherd Catholic Parish, Visaliawebsitefacebookyoutube

Sunday Mass | Misa Dominical: 9am (English), 10am (Español)  Live 

Wasco St. John the Evangelist, Wascofacebook

Daily Mass|Misa diaria
8am (Bilingual|Bilingue)
Sunday Mass | Misa Dominical:
10am (English) 12pm (Español)

Wofford Heights St. Jude, Wofford Heightswebsite
Woodlake St. Frances Cabrini, Woodlake
Woodville St. Francis of Assisi Mission, Woodville
Yosemite Our Lady of the Snows Yosemite Valley Chapel, Yosemite National Parkwebsite

Message from Bishop Brennan on SB 24 and SB 360

To the faithful of the Diocese of Fresno and all people of good will:

In its teaching on Catholic participation in political life, the Catechism of the Catholic Church states, “It is necessary that all participate, each according to his position and role, in promoting the common good. The obligation is inherent in the dignity of the human person.” Our country has a noble tradition of Christianity prophetically bringing its influence to bear upon political life to combat the evils of slavery, racism, and other attacks on the dignity of the human person. The Catholic Church carries on this tradition today in its advocacy on behalf of all those who are marginalized within society.

Attempting to imitate the Good Shepherd who defends his sheep at the approach of wolves (John 10:11-12), I wish to alert the faithful of the Diocese of Fresno to two bills currently before the California Legislature. The first is a direct attack upon innocent unborn life through an alarming expansion of state-furnished abortion. The second is an attack upon the Confessional Seal, an unprecedented and gross infringement on the First Amendment rights of the Catholic Church and other religious bodies.

  • SB 24: This legislation requires that the student health centers at every CSU and UC campus prescribe and distribute so-called medication abortion. Abortion by medication is the process wherein a woman takes a series of two drugs over two days to induce an artificial miscarriage at 8-10 weeks of pregnancy. According to the FDA, 22 women have died from this medication, with thousands suffering serious adverse outcomes. In addition to facilitating this attack on human dignity on our college campuses, the legislation could impose various costs that will be shouldered by our taxpayer dollars and student tuition fees. It also makes no provision for the conscience rights of healthcare personnel who work in CSU and UC health centers, to allow them not to participate in abortion. Governor Brown vetoed this legislation last year, but Governor Newsom expressed his intention to sign it into law, should the bill pass through the Senate and the Assembly.
  • SB 360: Catholic clergy are mandatory reporters for incidents of child abuse or neglect. The Church supports maintaining this status for its ordained ministers, and is dedicated to constant vigilance in the protection of minors. This legislation, however, would require Catholic priests to report incidents of abuse or neglect communicated during the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Maintaining confidentiality during Confession is essential for the Church to pass on the merciful love of Jesus Christ to sinners. At the state and federal levels, American law has consistently recognized the sacredness of confessional statements among all religious bodies—not just among Catholics—and provides carve-out exceptions to protect religious ministers from being compelled to reveal information communicated in a penitential setting. Any legal measure requiring priests to violate the Confessional seal is a direct attack on the liberty of the Church, and an infringement on our First Amendment right to free exercise of religion.

I exhort the Catholic faithful of the San Joaquin Valley to call their state legislators and urge them to block these attacks on life and liberty. I particularly urge our Valley legislators—Senators Andreas Borgeas, Anna Caballero, Melissa Hurtado, and Shannon Grove; and Assembly Members Jim Patterson, Dr. Joaquin Arambula, Frank Bigelow, Devon Mathis, Rudy Salas, Vince Fong, and Adam Gray—to oppose these disastrous bills. I also call upon the Governor to veto these unprecedented attacks on the human person and religion.

Let us ask the intercession of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the Empress of the Americas and patroness of the unborn, for her intercession on behalf of our Golden State. O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee!

In Christ,

Most Rev. Joseph V. Brennan, D.D.

Declaración DelReverendísimo José V. Brennan, D.DCon Respecto Al Cuidado Y Preocupacion Por Las Victimas /Sobrevivientes

Casi no sé por dónde empezar en términos de tratar de expresar cómo me siento realmente acerca de las víctimas /sobrevivientes de abuso que han sufrido terriblemente a manos del clero o de cualquier otra persona. Me siento abrumado con una inmensa sensación de dolor, casi física, cada vez que escucho que alguien ha sido abusado. El abuso no solamente es un crimen contra la humanidad, es una ofensa evidente contra nuestro Creador porque somos hijos de Dios, preciosos a sus ojos; hijos e hijas que deben ser apreciados y protegidos. El abuso es un robo intolerable de inocencia, confianza, fe y simplicidad.

Nuestro comentario público debe ser uno de apoyo; especialmente para las víctimas potenciales de abuso. Es muy alarmante para mí que se hagan declaraciones públicas que a veces contienen un lenguaje vil y repugnante en relación con las víctimas de abuso sexual infantil. Este tipo de lenguaje es desagradable, malintencionado, despectivo e inaceptable.

Haré lo mejor que pueda durante mi tiempo de servicio a la Diócesis de Fresno para escuchar y actuar desde esa parte de mi corazón que está consciente de las necesidades de las víctimas /sobrevivientes, y para ayudar a otros a hacerlo.


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