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.
Welcome Saint Thomas More
Our Divine Savior welcomes Saint Thomas More Parish services and operations while the ridge community recovers and rebuilds. Information about Saint Thomas More Parish and Camp Fire Relief efforts can be found on the Camp Fire Relief page of this website.
Saint Thomas More will celebrate Mass as a Parish community at 1PM on Sundays here at Our Divine Savior. Click here for the Saint Thomas More Parish website with additional information.
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
Saturday from 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM or by appointment
Choose Life 2019 - A Youth Gathering in Observance of Roe v. Wade
For all 7th & 8th grade students, teachers, parents, and parish leaders. All are welcome!
Wednesday, January 23rd 6:30-8PM at Our Divine Savior Social Hall
Catholic News Agency
02/16/19 3:32 pm
Washington D.C., Feb 16, 2019 / 09:32 am (CNA).- Bishops from across the United States have reacted to the news that Theodore McCarrick has been found guilty of sexual abuse and expelled from the clerical state.
02/16/19 8:14 am
Washington D.C., Feb 16, 2019 / 02:14 am (CNA).- Theodore McCarrick has been laicized, nearly 10 months after sex abuse allegations against him were first made public. Here is a timeline of major events since last summer.
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02/16/19 12:18 am
Trenton, N.J., Feb 15, 2019 / 06:18 pm (CNA).- The New Jersey legislature is considering expanding the legal window to file civil actions for sex abuse against both individual perpetrators and institutions.
The New Jersey Catholic Conference backs expanding the statute of limitations for civil actions related to future crimes. However, it is arguing that only individual offenders, not institutions, should face civil action for past acts of abuse.Read More