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1290 5th Ave @ Irving
San Francisco 94122

Fr. Kabipi urges us, during this period when public liturgies are not availble, to find other ways, such as the rosary, to continue our prayer life and especially to remember to pray for each other and our intentions (as held in our hearts or expressed through our SJoG-news group) and for those who are suffering from the Covid-19 virus and their families.

A Catholic Community Serving the University of California at San Francisco Medical Center & all who come to pray

Sunday Mass 12:10 pm at UCSF
Room 1015 (Moffitt Hospital)

Our 53rd Year : 1967 - 2020

Note: Until further notice, pursuant to the Health Department shelter-in-place order there will be no public masses or other public activities at St. John of God Parish. The office and hall will also be closed. Check the weekly bulletin for any updates.

Please click here to read the July 30th statement of Archbishop Cordileone.

St. John of God Chapel hopes to be able to offer in person or online religious education classes for youth starting this fall, but teachers and other volunteers are needed. Please click here for more information.

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Helpful resources during the pandemic:
Suggestions from our SJoG Community click here
Bay Area Streaming liturgies:
Click here for additional pandemic related links

Mass Schedule:
Saturday Vigil: 4:15 pm
Sunday: 9:30 & 11:30 am
Weekdays (M-F): 12:10 pm

Parish Office Hours:
Monday-Friday: 9 am - 12:10 pm
Other times, leave message on phone.
Reconciliation by appointment.


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(Rev. Thomas L. Seagrave)
Dear God, through the intercession of St John of God, patron of the poor and the sick, grant me the grace this day to greet every person that I meet with understanding and compassion. Reveal to me their needs and give me the means and inspire in my heart the humility and generosity of St. John so that I might be to them a revelation of Christ’s love. Amen.