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  •            Welcome

    Welcome to the Parish of St. Gregory the Great new & improved website for important church and school information.  Please visit our website frequently as changes are made daily.

    To connect to our school website, you can select the school button in the above or click on the GREEN school logo on this page.  We invite you to learn about our GREAT PK 3-8th grade school. God bless and have a GREAT day!

  • Important Message from our Data Entry Office

    Please make sure the Parish Office has your current information; mailing address and phone number. 
    To report any changes or corrections, please call the Parish Office at 210-342-5271 and ask for Martha Guevara extension 317, if not available, please leave a message.  You may also send an email to martha.guevara@stgregorys.net

  • Weekly Parish Meetings and Events

    The calendar of meetings for the current week, Sunday through Saturday are listed in the Sunday bulletin.  To see the list, select the Bulletins tab and click on the bulletin week needed.

  •     Mission Statement

    To be a community of prayer, service and stewardship leading each other closer to Christ.

  •          Parish News

    Parish Office Hours:
    Monday thru Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Closed lunch, 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. 
    Saturday hours 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 

    To check on our Ministry meetings, please view our Calendar of Events.  Click on Reserve / Calendar Tab and scroll down to see the facility calendars. Facilities may only be reserved for Parish Ministries. Please call the Parish Office for more information at 210-342-5271.

  • Title VI Notification to the Public

    St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church is committed to compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended.  The Recipient assures that no person or group(s) of persons shall, on the grounds of race, color, national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any and all programs, services, or activities administered by St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church, regardless of whether those programs and activities are federally funded or not.  In addition, St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church will provide meaningful access to services for person with Limited English Proficiency. 
    To reguest additional information about St. Gregory the Great Title VI obligations, or to file a Title VI complaint, visit St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church website www.stgregorys.net or write to the address shown above.

    Notificación al Público del Título VI de Iglesia San Gregorio

    Iglesia católica San Gregorio se compromete a su cumplimiento con el título VI de la ley de derechos civiles de 1964 enmendada.  El receptor asegura que ninguna persona o grupo(s) de personas podrá, pro motivos de raza, color, origen nacinal, exlucidos de la participación en, ser negados los beneficios de o ser de otra manera sujeto a discriminación bajo cualquier y todos los programas, servicios, o actividades adminstraron por iglesia San Gregorio, independientemente de si los programs y actividades federales financiadas o no.  Además, la iglesia San Gregorio proporcionará acceso significativo a los servicios para las personas con dominio limitado de inglés. 
    Para solicitar información adicional sobre San Gregorio las obligaciones gran título VI, o presentar una queja del título VI, visita a la sitio web de las Igelsia San Gregorio www.stgregorys.net o escribir a la siguiente dirección.

    St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church
    Rev. Rudy T. Carrola, Jr., Pastor

    For more information, please contact:
    Ezekiel O'Campo
    210-342-5271 ext 321

  • Adoration Chapel

    “Do you realize that Jesus is there
    in the tabernacle expressly
    for you - for you alone? 
    He burns with the desire to
    come into your heart!” 
    St. Therese of Lisieux

    The Adoration Chapel is open Monday thru Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

    If you would like to commit to an hour of if you are not able to keep your committed hour, please call Mary Ann Maldonado at 210-414-3143.

    12 CHURCH TEACHINGS that explain the importance and need to spend a weekly hour with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. 

    9.)  The best time you spend on earth is with your Best Friend, Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament!  "How great is the value of converse with Christ (in the Blessed Sacrament), for there is nothing more consoling on earth, nothing more efficacious for advancing  along the road of holiness."   (Art. 70)  Pope Paul VI, Mysterium Fidei.
    10.)  Just as you can't be exposed to the sun without receiving its rays, neither can you come to Jesus exposed in the Blessed Sacrament without receiving the divine rays of His grace, His Love, His peace.  “Christ is truly the Emmanuel, that is, ‘God with us.’   Day and night He is in  our midst, He dwells with us full of grace and truth.”
    (Art. 68) Pope Paul VI, Mysterium Fidei. 


  •        Vatican News

  • Our Lady of Fatima

    On Tuesday, November 7th, the International Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima will be brought to St. Gregory the Great Parish for the entire day. Mr. Patrick Sabat

    St. Gregory the Great School will have a special Holy Hour of Prayer at 1:45 p.m. in the Church in honor of Our Lady of Fatima.

    There will also be a 7:00 p.m. Mass.  Please come to join with us in our prayer for peace for our world community.

    Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us!

  • Altar Society News

    SAVE THE DATE: The Altar Society Arts and Craft Sale will be, Friday, November 10th and
    Saturday, November 11th.  Please mark your calendars for this exciting fundraiser to come!!  

    If anyone is interested in donating handcrafted items for the Arts and Craft Sale you are welcome to do so.  Please leave them in the Parish Office.  Suggestions would be handcrafted or handmade artwork, woodwork items, metal work, yard decor or hand painted glass ware.  We appreciate your generosity and we look forward to everyone attending this event.
    The Sewing Auxiliary from the Altar Society has already started to sew for our Craft Sale in November.  We are asking for help in making and donating any arts and crafts items you may have.  Also handmade items like blankets, crochet or knitted items are very much needed.  All proceeds go toward the needs for the church, including candles, flowers, sacristy items and any improvements. We sew at 12:00 Noon every Thursday at Mary’s House (Senior Center) located on Beryl Street.  You may leave items at the Parish Office or if you need for us to pick up some of the items, you may call Ana Marie Arizmendi at 210-523-1132.

  •           Mass Gifts

    Are you out of ideas for the appropriate
    gift for a birthday, anniversary or
    another special occasion? 
    Have a Mass offering on that date to commemorate the special event. 
    Masses are for the living as well as the deceased.  Mass cards areavailable to acknowledge this request.  There are dates available between now and through 2018. 
    Come into the Parish Office or call
    Rosa Hawkins at the Parish Office

  • St. Gregory Year of the Ministry

    We are excited to announce that the year 2017 has been declared as the St. Gregory Year of Ministry!

    Throughout the year we will be highlighting the different ministries that serve our parish in an effort to increase new membership and utilize the talents of our fellow parishioners. We ask that you pray and discern where God may be calling you to serve. More information will be forthcoming. 

    Pastoral Council - Sub committee -
    Gilbert Segura and Robert Reimers
    "For the Son of Man did not come to be served but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many." Mark 10:45  

    Please see the Sunday bulletin to read the information regarding the Ministry chosen.  Go to Bulletins tab and select the bulletin week  needed.

  • Archbishop's Appeal 2017

    The 2017 Archbishop’s Appeal Campaign began the weekend of January 21st and 22nd. 

    El inicio de la Campaña del Arzobispo para 2017 comenzó el 21 y 22 de enero.  
    A través de la Campaña podemos asegurar la continuidad de muchos programas importantes que ayudan a miles de personas en nuestra Arquidiócesis cada año.  Entre estos programas está la educación de nusetros hijos y de los seminaristas, la asistencia a los enfermos y a los necesitados.
    Por favor, respondan generosamente cuando se les pida hacer un compromise de donación

    As we draw closer to the end of the year, we reach out to you again to request your full support to the 2017 Appeal.  At this time, our parish is below our 2017 Appeal goal.  We have raised $23,136.00 and would like to reach our parish goal of $37,767.00 by December 31st.  We ask for your full support to help our parish to meet and or exceed our Appeal parish goal for this year.
    Your gift to the Appeal will support social services programs to serve the homeless and those in need, provide formation for men to serve in the priesthood or deacons of a parish community, shelter for children who have been removed from their home due to abuse or neglect, and to provide evangelization initiative for youth, young adults, and families.  Your gift donation to the Appeal is essential to serving the spiritual and physical needs of Christ’s
    people in our community.  You can make your gift by giving online at www.archsa.org or call the Appeal Office at 210-734-1604.
    Thank you for your generosity!

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  •   Pastoral Council News


    The next regular meeting for the Pastoral Council of St. Gregory the Great will be held at
    6:30 pm, 27 November 2017 in Mary's House
    (Senior Center).  This is an open meeting and all parishioner are welcome to attend. 
    The meeting will stress the need to promote our parish, begin planning the recruitment of new members in May and the election of officers also in May.  


    We will enter into a new Pastoral Council calendar year and need to work on our purpose and resolve for the year.  We serve the parish as an advisory group to Fr. Rudy with a primary focus to assist and support ministries in whichever way we can. The ultimate goal of parish life is to take a fresh look at its many aspects and shape them in ways that will bring people closer to the Lord.


       We must promote our parish, build-up our image in a way that will attract new parishioners and/or increase attendance. Attracting young parents could have the potential of a positive effect on school enrollments. One way is by word-of-mouth and another way would be to submit information about our parish to Today's Catholic for publication.

  •        Divine Mercy

    Eucharistic Apostles of the Divine Mercy

    “Mercy is love that seeks to lessen
    the misery of others”

    I feel certain that my mission will not come to an end upon my death, but will begin.  O doubting souls, I will draw aside for you the veils of heaven to convince you of God's goodness so that you will no longer continue to wound with your distrust the sweetest Heart of Jesus.  God is Love and Mercy.  (Diary of St. Faustina, 281)
    For study:  Sunday, Nov 5 and Nov 19,
    2:30 p.m., Mary’s House (Senior Center, 720 Beryl).  

    All that is needed is a Bible, Catechism of the Catholic Church and The Diary of St. Faustina, “Divine Mercy in My Soul”.
    Spiritual Works: Saturday, Nov 11 and Nov 25, 11:00 a.m. in the Adoration Chapel.   We pray for the sick and the dying.  On the 2nd Saturday we also pray for Pro-life causes.
    For more information please call Mary Ann Maldonado at  210-414-3143. 

  •      Today's Readings