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Mass Schedule

​Barona - Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary        
Saturday - 5:00 pm
Sunday - 8:00 am
Daily Mass - Wednesday through Friday 8am

Viejas - Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary        
Sunday - 10:00 am

Sycuan - Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary Sunday - 12 Noon

Please Note that although these are the regularly scheduled Masses, due to special Parish and Reservation events the Mass schedule is subject to change.  ​Please refer to the bulletin for current changes in the Mass schedule.


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Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, 
National Indian Parish
is composed of three unique Native American Reservations approximately 22 miles apart.  

The designation of a National Parish
means that we minister to all Native Americans
regardless of their geographic location or tribal affiliation
as long as they reside within the Diocese of San Diego.  

​We were established as a Parish in 1982. We serve 3 distinct
Native American Reservations.
The Parish is dedicated
​under the Patronage
​of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha.  

​Each reservation is still known by its original name.

Serving Barona, Sycuan & Viejas Reservations

Flower of the Algonguins

The Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians, one of the remaining 12 bands of the Kumeyaay...

Viejas

KATERI TEKAKWITHA

When we speak of "native San Diegans" and deep roots within a community...

Sycuan

 

After moving to the Barona Valley in 1932 the Barona Band of Mission Indians...

Barona