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Westminster, CA 92683
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St. Thomas Korean Catholic Center
  • • Saturday Vigil: 5 pm (Outdoor)
  • • Sunday: 8 am, 9:45 am & 12 pm (Indoor)
  • • Mon, Wed & Thurs: 9 am (Indoor)
(714) 772-3995
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St Cecilia Catholic Church
  • • Weekday Morning Mass: Mon-Sat: 8:30 am (English & Livestream)
  • • Weekday Evening Mass: Tuesday: 7 pm (Español & Tranmision)
  • • Saturday Vigil: 4:00 pm English) 6 pm (Tiếng Việt & Trực Tuyến)
(714) 544-3250
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St Cecilia Catholic Church
  • • Weekday Morning Mass: Mon-Sat: 8:30 am (English & Livestream)
  • • Weekday Evening Mass: Tuesday: 7 pm (Español & Tranmision)
  • • Saturday Vigil: 4:00 pm English) 6 pm (Tiếng Việt & Trực Tuyến)
(714) 544-3250
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St. Thomas Korean Catholic Center
  • • Saturday Vigil: 5 pm (Outdoor)
  • • Sunday: 8 am, 9:45 am & 12 pm (Indoor)
  • • Mon, Wed & Thurs: 9 am (Indoor)
(714) 772-3995
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