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Our Divine Savior Parish, a Roman Catholic Church community nourished by grace and the sacraments, embraces the mission of Jesus Christ.  Guided by the Holy Spirit, we live the gospel through our worship of God and through loving service to one another and to the greater Chico community.

We are located at 566 East Lassen Ave in beautiful Chico, CA.

 If you wish to become a member of the Our Divine Savior Parish, please call the church office at (530) 343-4248, or you may fill out the registration form located at the entrance to our Church.

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THE SOURCE AND SUMMIT OF OUR FAITH

Join us for Mass daily Monday-Friday at 8:00 AM

Saturday at 5:00 PM (Vigil Mass)

Sunday at 7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, or 11:00 AM

Reconciliation

GETTING RIGHT WITH GOD

Saturday from 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM or by appointment 

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Intense debate over handling of abuse scandal ensues at USCCB meeting

Baltimore, Md., Nov 13, 2018 / 07:25 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- More than 20 bishops and cardinals offered passionate interventions during an open floor discussion on the sex abuse crisis at the U.S. bishops’ meeting in Baltimore on Tuesday afternoon.

More bishops wanted to speak, but due to time constraints, their comments were reserved for the next morning.

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Alleged victim of Archbishop McCarrick speaks at rally outside USCCB meeting

Baltimore, Md., Nov 13, 2018 / 05:34 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- James Grein, the man who came forward this summer alleging he was abused for 18 years by Archbishop Theodore McCarrick, appeared in public Tuesday for the first time and revealed his full name. Previously, the New York Times had identified him only as “James.”

Grein appeared at the Nov. 13 “Silence Stops Now” counter-rally organized by several groups critical of the bishops’ approach to addressing the sexual abuse crisis. The rally was held near the location of the USCCB’s Fall General Assembly in Baltimore.

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USCCB discusses standards of conduct, independent commission

Baltimore, Md., Nov 13, 2018 / 04:54 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The U.S. bishops have formally begun discussion of a new set of standards of conduct and a special commission to investigate accusations made against bishops.

The bishops, meeting in Baltimore for the fall general assembly of United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, had hoped the two proposals would form the centerpiece of their response to the recent sexual abuse scandals.

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