This sacramental ministry prepares adults who desire to celebrate the sacrament of Confirmation.
This ministry helps to prepare both children and adults who have received their first Holy Communion who desire serve as acolytes for the celebration of Mass.
Care for Creation is a San Carlos Parish ministry that invites all interested persons to consider practicing stewardship in all parts of their lives.
Our objective is to promote, impart and teach the Roman Catholic faith in accordance with Vatican II doctrines to children in San Carlos Cathedral Parish from infancy through 8th grade.
The mission of this ministry is to bring Christ to the marketplace.
This ministry helps to prepare all those who serve the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ to the worshipping assembly at the celebration of the Masses.
This ministry brings the Eucharist, the Word of God and the love of Christ to parishioners who are sick, homebound or hospitalized.
This ministry invites the parish community to share their faith by proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus with their time, talent and treasure as a means of evangelization for others.
The Finance Council advises the Pastor in fulfilling his responsibilities to administer the finances of the parish.
This ministry invites parishioners who want to help by providing baked goods, serving at church socials and liturgical functions, and more.
Docents will be pleased to give tours of the Chapel and grounds during the hours listed above, except when religious services are being held.
This ministry serves at the weekend Masses by greeting worshippers as they arrive, overseeing the Presentation of the Gifts and directing the community during the Eucharist.
This ministry enhances the liturgical services with movement and praise, especially at the Masses for the Jazz and Dixieland weekends, as well as the Christmas Vigil and the Easter Tridium celebrations.
Composed of chairpersons of the various liturgical ministries, this ministry plans and coordinates the celebration of all seasons and feast days in the liturgical year.
The mission of this ministry is to feed the homeless and care for those in need in our community.
This ministry has its purpose to ba a comforting presence to any parishioner upon the death of a loved one.
This ministry prepares lectors to proclaim the Word of God at all liturgies in a manner that is clear, understandable and inspirational to the worshipping assembly.
This ministry is specifically designed for mothers with young children ages 0-6 years old who gather together for prayer, support, networking, and learning opportunities.
This ministry implements the liturgical/musical directive of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (full and conscious participation by parishioners in parish worship).
The mission of this ministry is to celebrate the feast day of Our Lady of Guadalupe (December 12) with authentic Mexican traditions.
This committee inspires the parish to develop a welcoming and hospitable spirit to all people in our parish and community.
This is a total parish faith formation process involving the priests and deacons, the worshipping assembly, catechists, liturgists, parish sponsors, and those who offer hospitality.
San Carlos' social justice ministry, Salt and Light, promotes the values, principles and practices that lead us to actively live the social justice teachings of our faith.
For over 100 years, San Carlos School has been providing superior quality Christian-based education for children in kindergarten through eighth grades.
This ministry offers adults the opportunity to gather together in groups of 6-10 in homes to discuss their lives in light of the Gospel and to share their faith through prayer, friendship and Christian service.
Explore the further use of new technology as an outreach medium for parish communications.
This ministry seeks to provide funds to maintain the plants, trees and seasonal flowers on the church grounds.
This ministry has its mission to invite and welcome any Catholic who desires to return to the Church.
California is great, but being Catholic around here can sometimes be frustrating. Take a break from defending your religion and hang out with the Monterey Young Catholics, a community of young people in our parish.
This ministry is committed to bringing awareness, invitation and empowerment to youth in the middle grades and in their high school years to live their lives as disciples of Jesus Christ.