Sacred Heart, Hollister

  Name of Church Sacred Heart Church Address 680 College Street (corner of Fifth & College Streets), Hollister California 95023 Phone number 831-637-9212 Website and Mass times Sunday, 10:30 a.m. (Sung High Latin Tridentine). Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9 a.m. (English). Tuesday and Friday, 9 a.m. … [Read more...]

Katy Perry wins court battle with nuns

Judge clears way for former convent to go to the singer; meanwhile, Perry takes selfie with Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards

A Los Angeles judge has once again paved the way for Katy Perry to buy her dream home — a nun’s convent. Judge Stephanie Bowick ruled Wednesday that the California Institute of the Sisters, controlled by the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Los Angeles, has clear title to the property and so is free to complete the sale to Perry, who had been competing with local restaurateur Dana … [Read more...]

Sacred Heart, Hollister

Name of Church: Sacred Heart Catholic Church Address: 680 College Street in Hollister, CA. 95023 Phone number: 831-637-9212 Sunday Mass time: Sung High Traditional Latin Mass every Sunday 10:30 am (there are no other Masses on Sundays), Holy Days schedules may vary (see weekly bulletin). Confessions: Every Sunday before Mass, 9:45-10:15 am Name of Chaplain: … [Read more...]

Monterey Bay Area Latin Mass community is moving

The community will now become part of Hollister parish

The following comes from a news release emailed to California Catholic Daily: Starting Trinity Sunday, May 22, the old Sacred Heart Church in Hollister, California, will become the new site for the Traditional Latin Mass in the Monterey Bay Area. A sung High Mass will be offered on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. in the historic church located at 680 College Street in Hollister.  A … [Read more...]

Hollister Planned Parenthood will close August 15

Reaction from 40 Days for Life member

The following comes from a July 31 story in the San Benito County Today. The San Benito County won't have a satellite Planned Parenthood office starting Aug. 15, meaning local teens and migrant workers will have to travel to nearby Gilroy, Salinas and Watsonville to get the same services. “We were never told a reason,” said Monika Hassler, a physician assistant at the … [Read more...]