Most Updated on Padre Ismael’s health status
Fr. Ismael was discharged from the hospital after his successful triple bypass surgery. He now stays at the house of Beatriz. He sends his greetings to all of you. He really misses you and doing all ministries with you. You may reach him at 714-651-5605 during the day (not in the evening). He is happy to receive your voice message. Please keep praying for him and God’s speedy recovery.
Saint Cecilia, our Patroness
Pray for us!
“We cannot all do great things.
But we can do small things with great love.”
Mother Teresa of Calcutta
Now Accepting Applications
Saint Cecilia Catholic School is now accepting applications for the 2019-2020 academic year, especially the incoming Second Grade. For more information or to download the application, please visit www.morethanschool.org. Applications are also available in the school office. The first ten brand new families who register their children will receive one Starlight Gala Auction Dinner voucher from the pastor to join us at the 30th Anniversary of our School Starlight Auction Dinner on Saturday, November 2nd, 2019 at Hilton Costa Mesa.
Fake e-mails & Fake text-phone-numbers
asking for money, gift cards
Our pastor Fr. Bao’s official church e-mail address is “email@example.com” and office phone number is “714-544-3250”. Recently the scammers created a lot of different gmail addresses (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org) and 2 different text numbers (929-367-1973; 410-921-3274) and pretended to be a pastor who sent out fake e-mails and text messages to borrow cash or gift cards by asking parishioners to scratch the pin number on the back of gift cards, take a picture of the pin number and e-mail that picture to the scammers. Be assured that our pastor Fr. Bao never does those fake things. You may wish to reply back to the scammers a short note to ask them to stop and indicate that “God knows their trick very well.” Then you block both the scammers’ fake e-mail addresses and fake text-phone-numbers. One says, “Doing wrong is bad. Staying in the wrong is worse.” We pray that they asap amend and live their lives better for Eternity, and may God forgive them.
St. Cecilia Website Icon on
Your Smart Phone Home Screen
Go green! Please press your Home Screen button on your smart phone, and go to web browser on your smart phone, such as Safari, Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer… Please type stcecilia.org, and if you are using an iPhone, then press an icon that has an arrow up inside an open square outline. And, press an icon that has a plus sign, saying “Add to Home Screen.” Then, press a word “Add.” Congratulations! Now you have an icon of St. Cecilia website on your smart phone.