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June 19, 2022

Bishop Jaime Soto will kick off the Diocese of Sacramento's participation in the National Eucharistic Revival on Corpus Christi Sunday. The faithful will commemorate Corpus Christi, the Eucharistic Revival, Juneteenth, and Father's Day. This celebration starts with a Gospel Mass sponsored by the Black Catholic Ministry and will end with a traditional Corpus Christi procession, culminating in a Eucharistic Blessing from Bishop Soto on the steps of the Cathedral. Bring the whole family as we celebrate the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist and the many blessings that Christ's presence brings to our everyday lives, in particular our Heavenly Father's promise of freedom and liberty for all!

- Announcement
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The Sacramento Life Center is celebrating 50 years of embracing lives. Learn more about the Sacramento Life Center at https://saclife.org/

- Special Report

The leak of the draft Supreme Court ruling in the Dobbs case triggered the governor and California legislative leadership to announce its intent to create a California constitutional amendment to protect the right to abortion. This will destroy lives, families, and significantly limit the ability of the Catholic Church in California to protect the unborn.

This is the moment for the Church and its 12 million Catholics to engage with their communities, actively and publicly oppose this amendment, and fulfill our baptismal responsibility to protect life at every stage, and at every opportunity.

- Announcement
Ready to do more

The Sacramento Life Center is celebrating 50 years of embracing lives. Learn more about the Sacramento Life Center at https://saclife.org/

- Special Report

The leak of the draft Supreme Court ruling in the Dobbs case triggered the governor and California legislative leadership to announce its intent to create a California constitutional amendment to protect the right to abortion. This will destroy lives, families, and significantly limit the ability of the Catholic Church in California to protect the unborn.

This is the moment for the Church and its 12 million Catholics to engage with their communities, actively and publicly oppose this amendment, and fulfill our baptismal responsibility to protect life at every stage, and at every opportunity.

News & Events | Around the Diocese

June 28, 2022 - Event

The Office of Priestly & Religious Vocations invites you to watch your favorite priests and seminarians hoop it up at the annual Sacramento Classic! All proceeds from the game benefit seminarian formation.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Game starts at 7 p.m.


June 18, 2022 - Event

Please join Bishop Jaime Soto and the Office of Vocations for an evening of fellowship and parish communities throughout the diocese to support our future priests & religious! This benefit dinner is hosted by the Knights of Columbus Council No. 11236.


May 28, 2022 - Event

Parishes in the Diocese of Sacramento will take up the collection for the annual Catholic Communications Campaign (CCC) during liturgies May 28-29.


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