Grocery Apostolate

Anyone who may be interested in being part of a rotating schedule to buy and deliver groceries for the priests, please contact the coordinator Karen Hastreiter at for more information. For those interested in doing the same thing for the sisters, please contact the coordinator Carmen Braaten at May God reward your generosity.

Direct Deposit is now available!

Direct Deposit is now available!

Weekly or monthly donations and tithes can now be made via direct deposit! This can be done by clicking on the new “Online Giving” link. The link is user-friendly and should be self-explanatory.

  • To set up recurring donations, click the “First Time?” button and create an account. 
  • One-time “Quick” gifts are also possible through this link without logging in.
  • A ConnectNow Giving App can also be downloaded to the phone.

While direct deposit is encouraged (45% of the parish is enrolled), check and cash donations are still welcome. As the envelope system has been discontinued, for cash donations to be credited for tax purposes, please be sure to put your name and address on the envelope that is used so it can be identified and recorded. Thank you!

Mother’s Wish List

The Sisters stand in need of a few remaining items for the convent. Used items are welcome. If willing to donate, please contact Mother Maria Regina first at or at (415) 310-7598 . May God reward you!

  • Bookshelves of any kind

Old Yeller

With the Parish Center demolition well underway, the parking lot will not be available for the time being. When parking on the street, please be sure not to block the driveways of the local residents. The lot at the school on 5th Street can be utilized on evenings and weekends. Thank you for your attention and patience in these regards.

Interestingly enough, a “time capsule” was found in the cornerstone of the building, a copper box. The items had been waterlogged and are being given some tender loving care; among them was some newspaper dating from 1918 when the parish was opened (the school had served as the church for twenty years), a few coins of the era, some faded papers listing the founding members of the parish, including Fr. Matz and Archbishop Ireland, two holy cards of St. Rita, and three savings bonds (actual worth still to be determined). Parish archives also indicate that during the fifty years of the school’s operation, 54 girls who attended would become nuns, and four boys would become priests.

The cornerstone will be saved and incorporated into future projects. Be sure to remember in your family prayers the repose of soul of the founding pastor, Fr. Francis Matz, who faithfully served All Saints from 1918-1968.

Out of Town

Fr. Saguto will be away Tuesday April 9 to Thursday April 11 for an FSSP Board of Directors meeting (any questions on the timing of this meeting can be directed to Fr. Harkins). There will be no change in the Mass or confession schedule during that time.