• Welcome

      The Mission Statement of Christ Our Light Catholic Church is to offer spiritual growth and to strengthen faith in accord with the Roman Catholic way of life by providing a center of worship for all fellow parishioners, to encourage more opportunities for family education and family oriented fellowship, to invite everyone to a greater sensitivity to the richness of our diversity, and to encourage all members to recognize the importance of their involvement in this Christian community and in so doing to extend ourselves into the entire community.

    • Announcement

      Divine Mercy Novena

      will begin on Good Friday, April 18th and ends on Sunday April 27th.
      Novena Schedules:
      April 18th - Good Friday - 2:30PM
      April 19th - Holy Saturday - 8:00PM
      April 20th - Easter Sunday  - 7:30AM and 12:30PM
      April 21st - Monday - 7:00PM
      April 22nd - Tuesday - 6:00PM
      April 23rd - Wednesday - 7:00PM
      April 24th - Thursday - 6:30PM
      April 25th - Friday - 7:00PM
      April 26th - Saturday - 5:30PM
      April 27th - Sunday - 7:30AM


    • Special Intentions of Pope Francis

       Dear Lord,

      During this Easter season, we pray for every government across the globe. May those who govern foster the protection of your creation, and a good  and just distribution of the resources that you have given us.

      May the Risen Lord fill with hope the hearts of those who are being tested by pain and sickness during this grace-filled season. And may Mary, Star of Evangelization, guide the Church in proclaiming Christ to all nations.

    • Saint of the Day

      Click on the image below for a reflection on Today's Saint.

    • Today's Mass Readings and Divine Office
    • Lent Schedules

      Lent 2014

      Lent begins on March 05 and ends on April 19, 2014

      Station of the Cross
      every Friday - 7:00pm

      Easter Triduum Mass Times
      Holy Thursday  --  April 17  --  7:00PM Bilingual

      Good Friday  --  April 18  --  3:00PM English

      Holy Saturday  --  April 19  --  8:30PM Bilingual 
    • Guidelines for Lenten Observance

      The Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston Lenten guidelines for the faithful are the following:

      Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are days of fast and abstinence.

      Fridays of Lent are days of abstinence.

      Fasting binds all persons who have completed their 18th birthday through those who have completed their 59th year, unless prevented by poor health. On days of fast, one full meal is allowed. Two other meals, sufficient to maintain strength, may be taken according to one's own needs. Eating between meals is not allowed, although fluids may be taken.

      Abstinence binds all persons who have completed their 14th birthday, unless prevented by poor health. On days of abstinence, the consumption of meat is not allowed. The Church strongly encourages the observance of Friday abstinence, but failure to do so is not regarded as sinful. Lent is a penitential season and, as such, religious practice such as daily Mass, reception of the Sacrament of Penance, the devotion of the Station of the Cross, works of charity and justice and acts of self-denial are highly encouraged.
    • Know Your Catholic Faith
      "Let us be quite certain that the Holy Spirit bestows upon the Church the courage to persevere and also to seek new methods of evangelization, so as to bring the Gospel to the uttermost ends of the earth!" 
      Pope Francis, Audience with the College of Cardinals, March 15, 2013

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