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1290 5th Ave @ Irving
San Francisco 94122

Mass Schedule:
Saturday Vigil: 4:15 pm
Sunday: 9:30 & 11:30 am
Weekdays (M-F): 12:10 pm

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A Catholic Community Serving the University of California at San Francisco Medical Center & all who come to pray
Our 57th Year : 1967 - 2024

Parish Office Hours:
Monday through Friday: 10 am - 1:00 pm
Other times leave message on phone.
Reconciliation by appointment.
The Annual Appeal provides critical assistance to those who need and depend on us. To make a donation and see information about the ministries the Appeal supports use this link. Be sure to indicate that your donation should be credited to St. John of God Church.
Finance information for JUNE 2024

Total Monthly Income is $16,341
Total Monthly Budgeted Expense is $17,085
For the month of JUNE 2024, SJOG has a deficit of $744.

Thank you for your generosity. The parish needs monthly income of at least $17,085 in order to timely pay all of its vendor bills and the monthly salary of its priests and lay staff.

In June 2024, the parish received less income than budgeted expenses and did not meet its income goal. Any donations you can make to the parish are very much appreciated and are tax deductible.
You may make donations by placing cash or checks in the collection basket during Mass, or by mailing checks to the office or by giving online at
Note: The June income of $16,341 includes a monthly payment to SJOG of $3,534 from the Archdiocese. This Archdiocesan payment of $3,534 partially pays the salaries of Father Kabipi and Father Te for hospital ministry masses and the sacraments for patients at UCMed hospital.
The monthly budgeted expense includes all salaries of the priests and lay staff and an average monthly payment of $1,684 for the Archdiocesan Annual Appeal.
The St. John of God Finance Committee will periodically provide a snapshot like the one above so you are aware of the financial status of the parish.

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Laudato si

(Pope Francis' Encyclical on the Environment)
“LAUDATO SI’, mi’ Signore” – “Praise be to you, my Lord”. In the words of this beautiful canticle, Saint Francis of Assisi reminds us that our common home is like a sister with whom we share our life and a beautiful mother who opens her arms to embrace us. click here to read the full encyclical.

(Rev. Thomas L. Seagrave)
Dear God, through the intercession of St John of God, patron of the poor and the sick, grant me the grace this day to greet every person that I meet with understanding and compassion. Reveal to me their needs and give me the means and inspire in my heart the humility and generosity of St. John so that I might be to them a revelation of Christ’s love. Amen.