Monthly contributions and all donations can be mailed to the church office at 566 E. Lassen Avenue, Chico, CA 95973. Thank you for your continued support!
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 click here for registration form, call the church office at (530) 343-4248, or you may fill out the registration form located at the entrance to our Church.
Reconciliation is now available after daily Mass in the garden near the Stations of the Cross. Fr Martin will be available Tuesday through Friday from 9:15 to 9:45 or by appointment.
Call the office at 343-4248 to schedule an appointment with Fr. Martin
Catholic News Agency
09/17/20 10:15 pm
CNA Staff, Sep 17, 2020 / 05:15 pm (CNA).- The Diocese of Amarillo has spoken out about election-related comments from Fr. Frank Pavone, the national director of the pro-life group Priests for Life, and asked prayers for the priest.
In a Sept. 16 statement, the diocese noted that Pavone, in videos posted online, had condemned the act of “voting for candidates of a particular political party” and had reportedly suggested he might need to refuse absolution if such votes were confessed with contrition.Read More
09/17/20 10:00 pm
Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Sep 17, 2020 / 05:00 pm (CNA).-
In an interview Wednesday, the chairman of the Federal Election Commission accused Catholic bishops of “hiding” behind the Church’s tax exempt status instead of backing political candidates, and said that priests and lay Catholics have a “right” to conduct political activity on parish premises.Read More
09/17/20 9:01 pm
Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Sep 17, 2020 / 04:01 pm (CNA).- A man has been charged after he decapitated a statue of Christ in El Paso, while the NYPD is looking for a man who threw a statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe into the sidewalk outside a church in Brooklyn.
Isaiah Cantrell, 30, has been charged with criminal mischief and possession of marijuana after being arrested. Cantrell walked into St. Patrick Cathedral in El Paso Sept. 15 and proceeded to smash the nearly 90-year-old statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus that was displayed behind the altar.Read More