About this BlogPosts here reflect the thoughts, views, and insights of a native Silicon Valley Catholic (not the diocese), Mary Pope-Handy.
Tag Archives: Silicon Valley
Mission San Juan Bautista is one of the most beautifully authentic California Missions in the Silicon Valley area. It is so much the case that Mission San Juan Bautista is often the destination of fourth grade field trips as students … Continue reading
The Roman Catholic Diocese of San Jose lists all of its Easter Vigil and Easter Sunday Mass times online. This comprehensive list also includes the languages in which Mass is offered in Silicon Valley or the South Bay Area: Easter … Continue reading
Some Silicon Valley Roman Catholic parish communities enjoy really beautiful stained glass windows, while some with newer construction, (I think unfortunately) do not. My own parish, St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception in Los Gatos, recently cleaned and restored its … Continue reading
We are so very fortunate to have several beautiful Catholic Missions, founded by the Franciscans beginning in the 1700s, in and near to Silicon Valley. I’ll list the closest ones but all are within an hour or ninety minutes of … Continue reading
For a year or two, I have considered starting a blog about being Catholic in Silicon Valley. We have a rich and diverse Catholic community here, some interesting local church history, a few challenges that aren’t found everywhere else and … Continue reading