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The National Catholic Church, Our Lady of Guadalupe is a welcoming parish family, which worships in unity as disciples, receives Jesus in word and sacrament, and proclaims the good new. We commit ourselves in the joy of Christ's love. Our faith is expressed in service to all of God's children. We go out into the world to share and invite everyone to experience the love of God.


Celebrating life through of the sacraments as an expression of the divine gift, our church invites you to actively participate in religious ceremonies and gatherings._cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_



Baptism (from the Greek word baptisma, immerse) is the sacrament in which, by water and the power of the Holy Spirit, the person is cleansed from all sin, including original sin, and by which he experiences a birth into a new life in Christ.

Pouring water (or immersion)

Words: "I baptize you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit."

Matthew 28, 1.


Eucharist  (from the Greek eucharistia, “thankfulness”) is the sacrament in which the true body and blood of Christ, who is truly and substantially present under the appearance of bread and wine, is received in Holy Communion.
Everyone is welcome to share at the Lord's table. 


Bread and wine

Words of Institution: “This is my body… This is my blood.”

Luke 22, 19.


The sacrament of Matrimonio means the union and love that exists between Christ and his Church. It is an alliance and mutual consent to live together as spouses. 

Through the exchange of wedding vows, the spouses express their love, commitment and loyalty. 

It is one of the most beautiful ceremonies of our spirituality, where in common agreement two beings commit themselves in the eyes of God to create a life project together. 


The sacramento  of Reconciliation is one of the most unique and beautiful aspects of Catholic spirituality, its objective is to restore our personal relationship with God.


 It was instituted by Jesus Christ to express his love and mercy,  offers his forgiveness for all offenses committed and_cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d-136bad5cf58d1-restable_15c90_1cc75cf58d bb3b-136bad5cf58d_communion with God and our brothers. 

Anointing of the Sick

The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick confers on the Christian a special grace to face the difficulties of a serious illness or old age.

¨Is anyone among you sick? Call the priests of the Church, and pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord, and the prayer of faith will save the sick, and the Lord will make him rise, and the sins he has committed will be forgiven. ¨
(James, 5 14-15)



It is the custom from the great pre-Columbian cultures in Latin America that performed puberty rites to indicate the entrance to adult life and the acceptance of women's responsibilities.


In these cultures, upon reaching the date of fifteen years, the young women are presented to society extolling the traditions of their culture with a celebration where se them_cc781905-5cde-3194 -bb3b-136bad5cf58d_prepared for marriage. 

Our Church offers the Te Deum ceremony or Quinceañera masses.  

Masses commemorative

We offer memorial masses for various occasions;

  • Birthday,

  • Anniversaries,

  • Corporate events,

  • inaugurations,

  • Appointments, 

  • Special blessings 

  • Funeral services.

Spiritual Direction 

It is to receive direct and specific advice for our spiritual and personal circumstances, through an individual interview with a priest. 

Spiritual direction is a tool at the service of all believers who intend to grow in faith and configure their lives according to the gospel, buscando respuestas en personas cuya formación les  permita aconsejar de forma adecuada  y responda a sus inquietudes o problemas.  

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