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Sunday Mass at the

San Diego Catholic Diocese (prerecorded).

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Our Mission

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.

Mass Times


Sunday Morning

08:30 AM (Gospel Mass)

11:00 AM (Spanish)

Sunday Afternoon

1:00 PM (Spanish)

Any additional services will be announced in our bulletin and

on our website.


Congratulations to the Confirmation Class of 2022

May They Rest In Heavenly Peace

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Online prayer requests.

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Fr. Tommie L. Jennings
Pastor's Corner 

Pastor’s Corner Sunday, July 24, 2022


In today’s Gospel Jesus is addressing men and women of different walks of life and not only the disciples.  Jesus tells the people to sell their belongings and use the proceeds to help the poor. He says that such generosity will accrue a treasure in heaven where it counts most. For where your treasure is, there also will your heart be.

Do we need really all that stuff?  

The Letter to the Hebrews praises Abraham and Sarah for their faith in God’s promises. We put our faith into action when we make sacrifices for the poor and the marginalized.

As we continue praying for the first African American to be canonized, here is an updated link where we can read about and listen to their stories. Please go to the link and click on the top of the page to read and hear more about them:  

Thanks, Franciscan Media!


To be a disciple means that we are willing to learn. Here is the link for the Office of Evangelization and Catechetical Ministry. take what you use and use what you take.


In Christ,


Fr. Tommie L. Jennings,


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