Sunday Mass at the
San Diego Catholic Diocese (prerecorded).
We, the Christian Community of Christ the King Parish, of the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego, declare our mission to be that of Jesus - to preach the Word, to evangelize and to witness to the presence and the coming of God’s Kingdom of justice, love, and peace in today’s world. In carrying our mission, we place special emphasis on Black culture, while at the same time we strive to meet the needs of all members of the worshiping communities at Christ the King. We endeavor to fulfill our mission through a grassroots interpretation of Christ’s ministry - to serve, heal, and nourish each other as we grow toward unity of hearts and minds in Lord Jesus. United in the belief and empowered by the Holy Spirit, we reach out to the world in need as we faithfully pursue this mission, aided by our talents and gifts.
Welcome, and thank you for visiting Christ the King Catholic Church online. We hope that our website highlights the wide variety of worship, fellowship and service opportunities available. Please feel free to read more about our church on this site, or come in for a visit. We would love to greet you and share with you our love for Jesus Christ and for you, our neighbor.
Our church offers a traditional setting for your most sacred celebration.
08:30 AM (Gospel Mass)
11:00 AM (Spanish)
1:00 PM (Spanish)
Any additional services will be announced in our bulletin and
on our website.
Congratulations to all of the children that received the Sacrament of First Holy Communion on Saturday, May 14, 2022
Jayden Xavier Sandoval
Maritza Nicole Arroyo
Brandon Habacuc Arroyo
Lucas Mario Jr.
Online prayer requests.
Fr. Tommie L. Jennings
Greetings in the name of Jesus!
Here we are on the sixth Sunday of Easter. This means that next is the seventh Sunday and we will be celebrating the Ascension of the Lord, today’s second reading and the Gospel will be taken from the seventh Sunday of Easter.
In today’s gospel Jesus prays “that they may be one even as We are One”; and in verse 23, “that they may become perfectly one.”
Here Jesus is not concern human organizational or institutional unity among the more than 34,000 different Christian denominations. Jesus wants the Church to be one in the very sense that there is oneness between Jesus and the Father.
We see many divisions in our society and even within the Church. One of our non-negotiables is the sanctity of life itself and now there is even division there.
Please see this movie. It will only be in theaters May 16 and 17. It is an award-winning documentary “The Matter of Life”.
Finally, this Sunday we have a guest speaker. He is William King, a 25 year old and a native of Los Angeles. He is a graduate of Verbum Dei High School. William discerned priesthood with the Archdiocese of LA and The Josephites in Washington, DC. He is now a Lay Evangelist studying at John Paul the Great Catholic University to earn a bachelors in New Evangelization. William frequently travels to preach and lead revivals, missions retreats, and more. Here is a sample: Sunday Mass, 5/1/22
Fr. Tommie L. Jennings, Pastor
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