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Saint Frances Cabrini Parish

 

Saint Frances Cabrini Parish

St. Frances Cabrini Parish
St. Frances Cabrini Parish is located in San Jose, California
St. Frances Cabrini Parish
St. Frances Cabrini Parish
Location 15333 Woodard Road
San Jose, California
Country  USA
Denomination Roman Catholic
Website www.sfcabrini.org
History
Dedication St. Francis Xavier Cabrini
Architecture
Status Parish Church
Functional status Active
Administration
Deanery Deanery 5
Archdiocese Archidioecesis Sancti Francisci
Diocese Dioecesis Sancti Josephi in California
Province Ecclesiastical province of San Francisco
Clergy
Bishop(s) The Most Rev. Patrick Joseph McGrath
Vicar(s) Rev. Fr. Robert Kiefer
Dean Rev. Fr. Christopher Bransfield
(St. Martin of Tours Parish)
Honorary priest(s) Rev. Fr. Paul Soukup, S.J.
Rev. Fr. Paul Goda, S.J.
Pastor(s) Rev. Fr. Lieu Vu
Laity
Reader(s) Edith Gallant
Director of music Maria Sarmiento
Business manager Stephanie Rivera
Religious education coordinator Joan Schenck
RCIA coordinator Nadine Mackey
Parish administrator Sylvia Bennett

Saint Frances Cabrini Parish is a territorial parish of the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Jose in California. The parish church is located in the Cambrian Park neighborhood of San Jose, California.

It was founded in the 1950s as a parish of the Archdiocese of San Francisco; its founding pastor was Fr. Robert Essig. The current church building was built in 1963 in San Jose, California. The parish is named for superior general Frances Cabrini, MSC, the first American citizen to be canonized by the Roman Catholic Church.

See also

External links

  • Saint Frances Cabrini Parish
  • Saint Frances Cabrini School

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