Basic Information

Mass Location: St. Mary Magdalen Chapel, 2532 Ventura Blvd., Camarillo, CA 93010
Mass Time: Sunday 10 a.m. (check parish website bulletin for special feastdays which may be different)
Confessions: 9:00-9:45 a.m. - see schedule below
Contact: latin.mass.smm@gmail.com

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Mass, Confession & Benediction Schedule - December 2017

10 AM December 3rd:  1st Sunday of Advent
Fr. Fryar - Confessions 9 AM - Benediction after Mass
Mass intention:  Helen Milan (L)


7 PM December 8th:  Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Fr. Fryar - No Confessions
Mass intention:  Mary & Alfred Constantine (D)


10 AM December 10th:  2nd Sunday of Advent
Fr. Fryar - Confessions 9 AM
Mass intention:   Enrique Franco (D)


10 AM December 17th:  3rd Sunday of Advent
Fr. Fryar – Confessions 9 AM
Mass intention:   Helen Milan (L)


10 AM December 24th:  Vigil of Christmas
Fr. Raftery - No Confessions
Mass intention:  Rebeca Meza (L)


10 AM December 25th:  The Nativity of Our Lord
Fr. Fryar – Confessions 9 AM
9AM Mass intention:  Christmas Novena


10 AM December 31st:  Sunday in the Octave of Christmas
Fr. Fryar - Confessions 9 AM
Mass intention:  Ruth Cahill (D)


10 AM January 1st:  Octave Day of Christmas
Fr. Fryar – Confessions 9 AM
Mass intention:  Christmas Novena

Monday, November 27, 2017

Sermon - 24th Sunday after Pentecost - November 26, 2017

Audio recording of Fr. Fryar's sermon on the "The Final Judgement" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (9.49 MB, 10:22 min)

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Sermon - Resumed 6th Sunday after Epiphany - November 19, 2017

Audio recording of Fr. Gonzalez's sermon on the "Purification of the Holy Souls in Purgatory" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (3.90 MB, 4:15 min)

Sunday, November 12, 2017

100 Cassocks for 100 Seminarians

When we look around in our day to day life, we see that almost all of our societal structures are crumbling. At times it even seems as though the church is beginning to crack. Yet it also seems that in such times the Spirit of God moves among those who would answer the call and take up the charge to reform the church. Our Catholic faith is incarnational and by default is embodied in signs and images. One striking and timeless image is the humble priest in his noble cassock. A cassock is not only a garment to identify the priest to the world, but it is also his habit. It reminds him daily of who he is, what he is to be about and how he is to live. The cassock for the priest is truly the putting on of the new man in Christ. 

Some may say that the cassock is an item of a bygone era and something that has no place in today's church. And yet, there is a movement (a movement of the Spirit many say) among young men answering that call to return to this outward sign of inward grace. Seminarians and young priests see the cassock as a dying to self and as a putting on of Christ. The cassock for them is a true sign of the priest! As it was for the saints of old, so it is hoped to be again for our current age.   Read more & support...

Sermon - 23rd Sunday after Pentecost - November 12, 2017

Audio recording of Fr. Fryar's sermon on "Thy Faith Has Saved Thee" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (5.08 MB, 5:33 min)

Sermon - 22nd Sunday after Pentecost - November 5, 2017

Audio recording of Fr. Masutti's sermon on "Devotion to the Holy Souls in Purgatory" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (16.4 MB, 17:59 min)

Sermon - Christ the King - October 29, 2017

Audio recording of Fr. Fyar's sermon on "The Kingship of Christ" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (3.08 MB, 3:21 min)