Sacrament of Baptism: Please call the Parish Office at least two months in advance.
Sacrament of Marriage: Please make arrangements with the Pastor at least six months in advance.
Sacrament of Sick: For any parishioner who is sick at home, in the hospital or about to undergo surgery, please call the Parish Office for an appointment.
Sacrament of Reconciliation: Individual celebration is regularly scheduled on Saturdays from 4:00-4:30 pm or by appointment. Communal celebration occurs during Advent and Lent.
Open to all adults! Monday, April 27th 6:00-7:15pm at St. William Hall The Healing Power of Exorcism Presented by Fr. Gary Thomas
We are excited to announce that Fr. Gary Thomas will be presenting our final Adult Faith Formation session for the year. These are designed to be casual conversations hosted by our clergy. Fr. Gary is currently the Pastor at Sacred Heart Parish in Saratoga and was formally the Pastor of St. Nicholas Parish for 15 years. Father Gary officially became an exorcist for the Diocese of San Jose at Bishop Patrick J. McGrath's request in 2005. He will be talking about faith and exorcism.
Click here to RSVP. If you have any questions, contact David Cortese at 650-948-2158.
Pope Francis names Auxiliary Bishop Daly as Bishop of Spokane
By Diocese of San Jose on March 12, 2015
Today, Pope Francis appointed Bishop Thomas A. Daly as the seventh Bishop of the Diocese of Spokane, Washington.
In the nearly four years that Bishop Daly has served as Auxiliary Bishop of San Jose, he has become part of our diocesan family, coming to know our priests, deacons, religious and the diverse communities that make up our local Church. We have benefited particularly from Bishop Daly’s interest and expertise in Catholic Education and from his dedication to the welfare of the Catholic Schools of the Diocese.
Since July, Bishop Daly has been pastor of the Parishes of Saint Nicholas and Saint William in Los Altos.
Bishop Patrick J. McGrath, in expressing his congratulations to Bishop Daly, noted how much he appreciated having in Bishop Daly a true collaborator and coworker as shepherd of the flock of the Lord. “I will miss Bishop Daly greatly, but I know that he will be a loving shepherd of the Church now entrusted to his care.”
Bishop Daly will be installed as Bishop of Spokane on Wednesday, May 20. Until he moves to Washington, he will continue to exercise his ministry in the Diocese of San Jose and St. Nicholas and St. William Church.