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Do you want to find a Catholic Mass in American Sign Language? Find a Deaf Church near me. Below the search bar you will find your answer. We have built-in an app to find the nearest Deaf Catholic Church in your area. You can also submit new entries in places that you know there is a Deaf Mass or an ASL interpreted mass. Let us know how better we can serve you! Come join the OC Catholic Deaf Church! This is the Church for the Deaf in Orange County. We don’t know how many drive from Los Angeles, San Bernardino, and San Diego to be part of the Deaf Church in Orange County, California. Deaf Religious Education or Deaf Faith Formation is a continued priority here in the Diocese of Orange. Our Deaf Worship times are located in the mass times tab in the menu above.

Eucharistic Miracle- Cascia, Italy

The miracle took place in Cascia, near Siena in 1330. The priest from St Rita’s church was called to bring Holy Communion to a poor sick farmer. He took a consecrated Host which he showed no respect for by placing the Host in a prayer book and went to see the sick man. After he arrived at the farmer’s house and then hearing the man’s confession, the priest opened his book and was surprised that the Host had stained with living Blood both pages. He was confused and regretted that he was wrong. He immediately went to Siena to the Augustinian monastery to see Fr Simone Fidati from Cascia. Fr Simone was known to be a holy man. Fr Simone heard the story and forgave the priest and kept the two pages stained with Blood. Many Popes have declared that it was a miracle. Starting in 1387, on the Feast of Corpus Christi, all the people and priests meet at the Church of St Augustine and follow the priest who carries the relic of the Most Holy Body of Christ through the city. – From youtube post

The Joyful Mysteries in American Sign Language

Blessings to the members of ASL Catholic Media for your ministry

“ASL Catholic Media brings to you the Joyful Mysteries, prayed in American Sign Language. New features to this video include reflections before each decade, as well as a rosary aid which lights up the current bead you’re on. Happy praying from the ASL Catholic Media team! ASL Catholic Media provides instructional content about the Catholic faith in American Sign Language. Whether you are Deaf, hearing, a Catholic or non-Catholic, all are welcome!”- Youtube Post

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