Attention: Indoor gatherings are still not permitted under the current San Francisco County Public Health Order. For this reason, all churches in San Francisco have been asked to suspend public Masses indoors. Masses are available via livestream (see schedule below), so please plan to virtually join the celebration of the Mass. On Sundays at 9:30 am, we place a large TV Screen outside, right in front of the Church. Parishioners are welcome to come and watch the livestream of the Mass (50 person limit). Once Mass concludes, the presider will come out to distribute Holy Communion. If you attend, please make sure you follow the safety protocols: wear a face covering and keep six feet apart from others. Obligation to attend Sunday Mass remains under Dispensation until restrictions and limitations are lifted. But you must keep the Lord’s Day holy in other ways, at home.

The church is open daily from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm for Personal Prayer and Holy Communion. Confession is available by appointment only. Please call the Parish Office at (415) 494-5517 ext. 3 to schedule a date/time for Confession.

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Our Parish relies on your generosity to cover critical items such as ministry, staffing, outreach, maintenance, and other pressing needs. You can now give online; visit our Giving page to get started! Funds are set up for both Church of the Visitacion Parish and Our Lady of Guadalupe Mission. We greatly appreciate your prayers and generosity!

Live Stream Mass

7:00 a.m. Morning Mass
5:30 p.m. Mass & OLPH Devotion
7:30 a.m. Morning Mass
9:30 a.m. English Mass
5:00 p.m. Vietnamese Mass
8:00 p.m. Daily Rosary & Divine Mercy Chapel

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We seek love God above all thing

The Church of the Visitacion Parish has been established to carry out the Mission of Jesus. The task of the parish is to cooperate with the grace of God in developing an inclusive Community of Disciples who will proclaim the Good News by their interactions with one another, with all others and by their reaching out to those in need. Jesus invites the community to be nourished by the celebration of both Word and Sacrament and to be animated by the presence of the Holy Spirit. As followers of “The Way,” the parish hopes to become that kind of community that is worthy of the comment, “These Christians, see how they love one another.” This is called evangelization.

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