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: 9:15-9:45 a.m. - see schedule below
Contact: latin.mass.smm@gmail.com

Monday, September 16, 2019

Sermon - 14th Sunday after Pentecost - September 15th, 2019

Audio recording of Fr. Gonzalez's sermon on "Purity of Heart" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.

Sermon (4.03 MB, 4:24 min)

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Latin Mass in Santa Barbara - Sunday September 29, 2019

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church
1300 E Valley Road
Santa Barbara, CA 93108
Sunday September 29, 2018 at 5:00 PM

Confessions will be at 4:15 PM in the side chapel

Mass offered by Fr. Aaron Bayles, Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter

Music will be provided by The Floriani men's choir under the direction of Graham Crawley.

Please come and bring others!  Also, let the Pastor, Fr. Lawrence Seyer and the Pastoral council know how much you appreciate the Latin Masses here!

Questions about the Mass, singing in the Choir or if you would like to help with stipends for the Priest, servers, choir or in any other way, please contact:

Jake DeTar
509-710-9278
jakedetar@yahoo.com

Sermon - 13th Sunday after Pentecost - September 8, 2019

Audio recording of Fr. Fryar's sermon on "The Virtue of Faith" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (7.65 MB, 8:21 min)

Friday, August 23, 2019

Mass, Confession & Benediction Schedule - September 2019

10 AM September 1st:  12th Sunday after Pentecost           
Fr. Raftery – Confessions 9:15 AM
Benediction after Mass
Mass intention:  Jane Raab (L)

10 AM September 8th:  13th Sunday after Pentecost          
FSSP Priest - Confessions 9:15 AM 
Mass intention:  Clara Hollis (D)

10 AM September 15th:  14th Sunday after Pentecost          
Fr. David - Confessions 9:15 AM 
Mass intention:   Bart Barisa (L)

10 AM September 22nd:  15th Sunday after Pentecost     
FSSP Priest - Confessions 9:15 AM
Mass intention:   Antonio & Dora Pillado (D)

10 AM September 29th:  Dedication of St. Michael the Archangel  
FSSP Priest - Confessions 9:15 AM
Mass intention:   Confraternity of St. Peter

Sunday, August 11, 2019

Holy Day of Obligation - Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary 

Sung High Mass
St. Mary Magdalen Chapel
Thursday at 7:00 PM
August 15th, 2019
FSSP Priest
No Confessions

On August 15 the universal Church celebrates the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, in which we commemorate her being taken up body and soul into heaven when her earthly life was finished. The Catechism of the Catholic Church tells us: “The Most Blessed Virgin Mary, when the course of her earthly life was completed, was taken up body and soul into the glory of heaven, where she already shares in the glory of her Son's Resurrection, anticipating the resurrection of all members of His Body” (974). Thus, the Assumption looks to eternity and gives us hope that we, too, will follow Our Lady when our life is ended.

The Assumption first began to be celebrated as a feast day in the Eastern Church after the Ecumenical Council of Ephesus (431) proclaimed Mary the Mother of God. By the sixth century, the feast celebrated Mary’s Dormition, “her falling asleep.” The western church began to celebrate this feast around 650. St. John Damascene (675-749), an early Father and Doctor of the Church, expressed the belief of his time by writing that Mary’s “pure and sinless body was not left on earth but was transferred to a heavenly throne.”   The Church’s teaching on the Assumption was formally proclaimed a doctrine by Pope Pius XII in 1950.

On this Feast Day, we honor the Blessed Virgin Mary, who always directs us to her Son.  According to Venerable Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen, “The main ministry of Mary is to incline men’s hearts to obedience to the Will of her Divine Son.” Her last recorded words at Cana are the words that she conveys to us on the solemnity of the Assumption: “Do whatever He tells you.” She asks us to be obedient to Him, to surrender our hearts to Him, and to say “Yes” to Him, just as she did, despite our uncertainties. She desires that we come to Him with open and contrite hearts, seeking His mercy and His holy will in our lives, so that we may one day be united with Him in heaven for all eternity. The Blessed Mother is our advocate and guide in this life who loves us as only a mother can. Her maternal heart overflows with compassion for us, and she is always there for us, eager to listen to our prayers, and to draw us closer to the heart of her Son. Our Blessed Mother has preceded us into Heaven so that on the day of final judgment she will be there to accompany us on our eternal journey.

Monday, August 5, 2019

Sermon - Eighth Sunday after Pentecost - August 4th, 2019

Audio recording of Fr. Fryar's sermon on "Preparation for Death" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (9.24 MB, 10:05 min)

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Portiuncula Indulgence

From midnight August 1st to midnight August 2nd, you can gain the “Portinuncula” Indulgence.  To obtain the Portiuncula plenary indulgence, a person must visit the Chapel of Our Lady of the Angels at Assisi, or a Franciscan sanctuary, or one’s parish church, with the intention of honoring Our Lady of the Angels. Then perform the work of reciting the Creed and Our Father and pray for the Pope’s designated intentions. You should be free, at least intentionally, of attachment to venial and mortal sin, and truly repentant. Make your sacramental confession 8 days before or after. Participate at assist at Mass and receive Holy Communion 8 days before or after.  

The Portiuncula indulgence is the first plenary indulgence that was ever granted in the Church. There were indeed indulgences at all times, but they were only partial, and only a partial remission of the temporal punishments could be obtained by them. He who gains the Portiuncula indulgence is freed from all temporal punishments and becomes as pure as after holy baptism. This was also the reason why Pope Honorius was astonished when St. Francis petitioned for the confirmation of this indulgence, for such an indulgence, up to that time, had been entirely unknown. It was only after he had come to the conviction that Jesus Christ himself wished it, that he granted the petition of the saint and confirmed the indulgence.

Mass, Confession & Benediction Schedule - August 2019

10 AM August 4th:  Eighth Sunday after Pentecost           
FSSP Priest – Confessions 9:15 AM
Benediction after Mass
Mass intention:  Clara Hollis (D)

10 AM August 11th:  Ninth Sunday after Pentecost          
FSSP Priest - Confessions 9:15 AM 
Mass intention:  Lyna Milan (L)

7 PM August 15th:  Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
FSSP Priest - No Confessions

10 AM August 18th:  Tenth Sunday after Pentecost          
Fr. David - Confessions 9:15 AM 
Mass intention:   Kathleen Carney (D)

10 AM August 25th:  Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost     
Fr. Raftery - Confessions 9:15 AM
Mass intention:   Samuel Perdomo (L)

Monday, July 8, 2019

Mass, Confession & Benediction Schedule - July 2019

10 AM July 7th:  Fourth Sunday after Pentecost           
FSSP Priest – Confessions 9:15 AM
Benediction after Mass
Mass intention:  Clara Hollis (D)

10 AM July 14th:  Fifth Sunday after Pentecost          
FSSP Priest - Confessions 9:15 AM 
Mass intention:  Jonathan Milan (L)

10 AM July 21st:  Sixth Sunday after Pentecost          
Fr. David - Confessions 9:15 AM 
Mass intention:   Jose & Rebeca Meza (L)

10 AM July 28th:  Seventh Sunday after Pentecost     
Fr. Raftery - Confessions 9:15 AM
Mass intention:   Margaret Barisa (L)

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Saint Mary Magdalen - Adoration Chapel

Saint Mary Magdalen Parish has a dedicated Adoration Chapel for those who seek to draw nearer to the Lord’s friendship in a very personal way. He is there for us in the Blessed Sacrament, to bestow on us every grace from His Sacred Heart—graces upon our families and loved ones, graces upon every aspect of our personal lives, from the most joyous to the most troubling. Jesus in all of His power and love for us is nearer than ever before in the meekest appearance of the Holy Eucharist. If you desire Him, and if you seek His gifts and blessings; but most of all, if you seek His company, all it takes is a visit. He is waiting for you, to give you all. 

The Adoration Chapel is open 6 days a week from Monday thru Saturday from 5:00 am to 10:00 pm for registered adorers.  Public access will be Monday thru Friday during parish office hours (8:30 am to 4:00 pm). 

The Adoration chapel is part of the parish office building behind the historic Chapel where the Latin Mass occurs.  There is a separate access door to the chapel.  See map for location.

To volunteer on a regular basis as a registered adorer or learn more, please contact:

Tessie Navarro
titonavarro118@gmail.com
805-822-7069

Read about "Over 100 Benefits of Eucharistic Adoration

Friday, June 7, 2019

Mass, Confession & Benediction Schedule - June 2019

10 AM June 2nd:  Sunday after the Ascension        
FSSP Priest – Confessions 9:15 AM
Benediction after Mass
Mass intention:  Clara Hollis (D)


10 AM June 9th:  Pentecost Sunday       
FSSP Priest - Confessions 9:15 AM
Mass intention:  Andrew Petracca (L)


10 AM June 16th:  Trinity Sunday         
Fr. David - Confessions 9:15 AM
Mass intention:   Clara Perdomo (L)


10 AM June 23rd:  Second Sunday after Pentecost  
FSSP Priest - Confessions 9:15 AM
Mass intention:   William Maddux (D)


10 AM June 30th:  Third Sunday after Pentecost  
Fr. Raftery - Confessions 9:15 AM
Mass intention:   Helen Milan (L)

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

St. Mary Magdalen Young Adult Ministry

St. Mary Magdalen Young Adult Ministry aims to offer an opportunity for continued fellowship and faith discussion.  They are offering a 7 week session to build a foundation for this ministry that best serves you!  You are encouraged to and to help form a new ministry built on Faith, Community and Unity.  See linked flyer for more details...

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Mother's Day Orchid Corsage Sale

Your $5 purchase of an Orchid Corsage for that special Mother in your life will go to support the Life Centers of Ventura County!  Money raised will help pregnant women in need in our community.  Learn more at www.vclifecenters.com  The corsages will be for sale after Mass in the fountain plaza to the east side of the Chapel on Mother's Day, May 12th.

Saturday, April 27, 2019

Mass, Confession & Benediction Schedule - May 2019

10 AM May 5th:  Second Sunday after Easter      
Fr. Raftery – Confessions 9:15 AM
Benediction after Mass
Mass intention:  Michael Watson (L)


10 AM May 12th:  Third Sunday after Easter     
Fr. Raftery - Confessions 9:15 AM
Mass intention:  Clara Hollis (D)


10 AM May 19th:  Fourth Sunday after Easter       
Fr. David - Confessions 9:15 AM
Mass intention:   Jayden Milan (L)


10 AM May 26th:  Fifth Sunday after Easter
FSSP Priest - Confessions 9:15 AM
Mass intention:   Helen Milan (L)


7 PM May 30th:  Ascension of the Lord
Fr. David - No Confessions

Latin Mass in Santa Barbara - May 5, 2019

Mass will be offered at 5:00 PM at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church in Montecito on May 5, 2019 by Rev. Paul Raftery, O.P., with music under the direction of Giorgio Navarini.

Confessions will be heard starting at 4:15pm

Please reach out if you would like to help in any way!

Jake DeTar
509-710-9278
jakedetar@yahoo.com

Saturday, April 20, 2019

Friday, April 19, 2019

Divine Mercy Novena Starts Good Friday

The Divine Mercy Novena runs from Good Friday to the Vigil of Divine Mercy Sunday (Sunday after Easter). 

Jesus asked that the Feast of the Divine Mercy be preceded by a Novena to the Divine Mercy which would begin on  Good Friday.  He gave St. Faustina an intention to pray for on each day of the Novena, saving for the last day the most difficult intention of all, the lukewarm and indifferent of whom He said:  "These souls cause Me more suffering than any others; it was from such souls that My soul felt the most revulsion in the Garden of Olives. It was on their account that I said: 'My Father, if it is possible, let this cup pass Me by.' The last hope of salvation for them is to flee to My Mercy." 

In her diary, St. Faustina wrote that Jesus told her:  "On each day of the novena you will bring to My heart a different group of souls and you will immerse them in this ocean of My mercy ... On each day you will beg My Father, on the strength of My passion, for the graces for these souls."

For more information about the Divine Mercy devotion, including information about the Divine Mercy Sunday indulgence — and instructions on saying the Divine Mercy Chaplet — go to http://www.EWTN.com/devotionals/mercy

Thursday, April 4, 2019

Mass, Confession & Benediction Schedule - April 2019

10 AM April 7th:  Passion Sunday     
FSSP Priest – Confessions 9:15 AM
Benediction after Mass
Mass intention:  Clara Hollis (D)


10 AM April 14th:  Palm Sunday    
Fr. Raftery - Confessions 9:15 AM
Mass intention:  Stephanie Milan (L)


1 PM April 21st:  Easter Sunday      
FSSP Priest - Confessions 12:30 PM
Mass intention:   Joseph & Marcella Barisa (D)


10 AM April 28th:  Low Sunday
Fr. David - Confessions 9:15 AM
Mass intention:   Wilma Fontes (D)

Monday, March 25, 2019

Latin Mass in Santa Barbara - March 31, 2019

Mass will be offered at 5:00 PM at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church in Montecito on MARCH 31, 2019 by Rev. Paul Raftery, O.P., joined by The Floriani mens choir, directed by Giorgio Navarini.

There will be a wine and cheese event hosted by the pastoral council at Our Lady of Mount Carmel after mass outside the church. This is a great opportunity to further integrate the Latin Mass occurrences and attendees into the regular parish life at OLMC. Please enjoy a glass of wine and maybe make some new friends.

Please reach out if you would like to help in any way!
Jake DeTar
509-710-9278

jakedetar@yahoo.com

Sermon - Third Sunday of Lent - March 24, 2019

Audio recording of Fr. Fryar's sermon on "Posession, Exorcism & Mortal Sin" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (17.5 MB, 19:10 min)

Sermon - Second Sunday of Lent - March 17, 2019

Audio recording of Fr. Fryar's sermon on "The Transfiguration" at St. Vitus in San Fernando.
Sermon (7.36 MB, 8:02 min)


Audio recording of Fr. Gonzalez's sermon on "The Transfiguration" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (5.06 MB, 5:32 min)

Saturday, March 16, 2019

Volunteer to Adore Our Eucharistic Lord!

Saint Padre Pio was a 20th century Mystic and a Stigmatic.  He is a Patron Saint of Eucharistic Adorers because often times he would be found in Eucharistic Adoration.  He considered Adoration so important that he even instructed his fellow friars "When you want to find me come near the Tabernacle". 
 
Lent is a great time to Volunteer to Adore Our Eucharistic Lord!

Learn more, please contact:
Tessie Navarro  

titonavarro118@gmail.com
805-822-7069

or speak with Debbie Raab after the Latin Mass

Conference Talk on Eucharistic Adoration - February 26, 2019

Father Marinello Saguin gave a conference on the effects, benefits and Theology of Eucharistic Adoration at Saint Mary Magdalen Church. 
Listen here...  (29.0 MB, 42:16 min)

Sermon - Quinquagesima Sunday - March 3, 2019

Audio recording of Fr. Fryar's sermon on "Charity Begins at Home" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (9.13 MB, 9:58 min)

Friday, March 1, 2019

Mass, Confession & Benediction Schedule - March 2019

10 AM March 3rd:  Quinquagesima Sunday     
FSSP Priest – Confessions 9:15 AM
Benediction after Mass
Mass intention:  Katherine Norek (L)


10 AM March 10th:  First Sunday of Lent    
Fr. Raftery - Confessions 9:15 AM
Mass intention:  Alyssa Watson (L)


10 AM March 17th:  Second Sunday of Lent      
Fr. Gonzalez - Confessions 9:15 AM
Mass intention:   Michaela Watson (L)


10 AM March 24th:  Third Sunday of Lent
FSSP Priest  - Confessions 9:15 AM
Mass intention:   Catherine Maddux (D)


10 AM March 31st:  Fourth Sunday of Lent
Fr. Raftery - Confessions 9:15 AM
Mass intention:   Rafael Guzman (D)

Monday, February 25, 2019

Father Marinello Saguin - Introduction to Eucharistic Adoration

Father Marinello Saguin will give a conference on the effects, benefits and Theology of Eucharistic Adoration.  Here is his introduction to this talk given at Saint Mary Magdalen Chapel at Mass on the day before the conference.

Listen to the sermon here!  (4.98 MB, 5:26 min)

Join us for an evening of recollection in preparation for the opening of our St. Mary Magdalen Adoration Chapel. Fr. Marinello Saguin will be speaking on the benefits and blessings of adoration of the Blessed Sacrament within the parish. It will be held this coming Tuesday evening, February 26th in the Msgr Hughes Parish Hall (25 N Las Posas Rd, Camarillo, CA 93010) from 7-8:30 pm. Please join us.

Sunday, February 24, 2019

An Evening of Recollection on Eucharistic Adoration

From the Pastor of St. Mary Magdalen Church
Reverend Preston Passos


Join us for an evening of recollection in preparation for the opening of our St. Mary Magdalen Adoration Chapel. Fr. Marinello Saguin will be speaking on the benefits and blessings of adoration of the Blessed Sacrament within the parish. It will be held this coming Tuesday evening, February 26th in the Msgr Hughes Parish Hall (25 N Las Posas Rd, Camarillo, CA 93010) from 7-8:30 pm. Please join us.

We will be opening our St. Mary Magdalen Adoration Chapel beginning on Monday, March 4th with a procession of the Blessed Sacrament and blessing of the chapel following the 5:15 pm Mass that day. There are still some spaces open to sign up for a time you would like to come and adore our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament. Please see the schedule that will be posted on the chapel that day. The Chapel will be open from 8:30 am until 4:00 pm for public adoration, Monday through Saturday.

Sermon - Sexigesima Sunday - February 24, 2019

Audio recording of Fr. Fryar's sermon on "On Spiritual Progress" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (5.69 MB, 6.13 min)

Sermon - Septuagesima Sunday - February 17, 2019

Audio recording of Fr. Gonzalez's sermon on "The Pre-Lenten Season" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (4.79 MB, 5.14 min)

Saturday, February 9, 2019

Eucharistic Adoration Coming Soon!

Watch for the formal announcement in the SMM parish bulletin and here on the Latin Mass blog.

With great anticipation, Saint Mary Magdalen Parish plans to dedicate the small chapel inside the parish office building behind the Chapel with adoration hopefully to begin on March 4th.  This is the Monday before Ash Wednesday!   The Adoration chapel is planned to be open 6 days a week from Monday thru Saturday from 5:00 am to 10:00 pm for registered adorers.  Public access will be Monday thru Friday during parish office hours (8:30 am to 4:00 pm).

As Lent begins, please consider signing up for Eucharistic Adoration one hour a week!  More volunteers are needed to have a required minimum of two adorers present around the clock each day of the week to begin “Perpetual” Adoration.

To volunteer or learn more, please contact:
Tessie Navarro
titonavarro118@gmail.com
805-822-7069

Read about "
Over 100 Benefits of Eucharistic Adoration"

Sermon - Fourth Sunday after Epiphany - February 3, 2019

Audio recording of Fr. Fryar's sermon on "The Barque of Peter" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (9.53 MB, 10.24 min)

Friday, February 1, 2019

Mass, Confession & Benediction Schedule - February 2019

10 AM February 3rd:  Fourth Sunday after Epiphany     
FSSP Priest – Confessions 9:15 AM
Benediction after Mass
Mass intention:  Zoltan & Yoli Leskowsky Family (L)


10 AM February 10th:  Fifth Sunday after Epiphany     
Fr. Raftery - Confessions 9:15 AM
Mass intention:  Samuel Perdomo (L)


10 AM February 17th:  Septuagesima Sunday       
Fr. Gonzalez - Confessions 9:15 AM
Mass intention:   Paul Cahill (L)


10 AM February 24th:  Sexigesima Sunday
FSSP Priest  - Confessions 9:15 AM
Mass intention:   Clara Hollis (D)

Sermon - Third Sunday after Epiphany - January 27, 2019

Audio recording of Fr. Fryar's sermon on "Lord I Am Not Worthy" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (8.24 MB, 9.00 min)

Sermon - Second Sunday after Epiphany - January 20, 2019

Audio recording of Fr. Gonzalez's sermon on "Do Whatever He Tells You" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (3.43 MB, 3.45 min)

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Devotion to the Holy Name of Jesus

Discourse on the Name of Jesus by St. Alphonsus Liguori
Vocatum est nomen ejus Jesus - His Name was called Jesus - St. Luke, 2:21.


This great name of Jesus was not given by man, but by God himself; "The name of Jesus," says St. Bernard, "was first preordained by God."  It was a new name: A new Name, which the mouth of the Lord shall name.  A new name, which God alone could give to Him Whom He destined for the Saviour of the world. A new and an eternal name; because, as our salvation was decreed from all eternity, so from all eternity was this name given to the Redeemer. Nevertheless this name was only bestowed on Jesus Christ in this world on the day of His circumcision: And after eight days were accomplished that the Child should be circumcised, His name was called Jesus. The Eternal Father wished at that time to reward the humility of His Son by giving Him so honorable a name. Yes, while Jesus humbles Himself, submitting in His circumcision to be branded with the mark of a sinner, it is just that His Father should honor Him by giving Him a name that exceeds the dignity and sublimity of any other name: God hath given Him a Name which is above all names.  And He commands that this name should be adored by the Angels, by men, and by devils: That in the Name of Jesus every knee should bow of those that are in Heaven, on earth, and under the earth.  If, then, all creatures are to adore this great name, still more ought we sinners to adore it, since it was in our behalf that this name of Jesus; which signifies Saviour, was given to Him; and for this end also He came down from Heaven, namely, to save sinners: "For us men and for our salvation He came down from Heaven, and was made Man."  We ought to adore Him, and at the same time to thank God Who has given Him this name for our good; for it is this name that consoles us, defends us, and makes us burn with love. This will form the three points of our discourse. Let us consider them; but first let us beg for light from Jesus and Mary. 

Read more...

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Latin Mass in Santa Barbara - Sunday February 17, 2019

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church
1300 E Valley Road
Santa Barbara, CA 93108
Sunday February 17, 2019 at 5 PM


Mass offered by Fr. Aaron Bayles
Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter


Invite as many people as you can as it contributes greatly to the possibility of a regular Latin Mass in Santa Barbara!

Servers are needed!  If you know any young men who are willing to teach, learn and/or serve, please forward this information.

Questions about the Mass, singing in the Choir or if you would like to help in any way, please contact:

Jake DeTar
509-710-9278
jakedetar@yahoo.com

Saturday, January 12, 2019

Sermons - November to January

Sermon - 5th Resumed Sunday after Epiphany - November 11, 2018
Audio recording of Fr. Masutti's sermon on "The Wheat & The Cockle" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (9.69 MB, 10.35 min)


Sermon - 6th Resumed Sunday after Epiphany - November 18, 2018
Audio recording of Fr. Gonzalez's sermon on "The Grace of Final Perseverance" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (6.15 MB, 6.43 min)


Sermon - Second Sunday of Advent - December 9, 2018
Audio recording of Fr. Masutti's sermon on "Prepare the Way of the Lord" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (11.5 MB, 12.37 min)


Sermon - Third Sunday of Advent - December 16, 2018
Audio recording of Fr. Gonzalez's sermon on "Joy" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (3.46 MB, 3.46 min)


Sermon - Fourth Sunday of Advent - December 23, 2018
Audio recording of Fr. Masutti's sermon on "The Incarnation of Christ" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (5.45 MB, 5.57 min)


Sermon - Christmas - December 25, 2018
Audio recording of Fr. Gonzalez's sermon on "Nativity of Our Lord" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (4.72 MB, 5.09 min)


Sermon - Octave Day of Christmas - January 1, 2019
Audio recording of Fr. Gonzalez's sermon on "Obedience to the Law of God" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (2.52 MB, 2.45 min)


Sermon - Epiphany of the Lord - January 6, 2019
Audio recording of Fr. Fryar's sermon on "True Wisdom Begins with Seeking God" at St. Mary Magdalen Chapel in Camarillo.
Sermon (8.58 MB, 9.22 min)