Second Sunday of Lent
Sunday, February 28, 2021

ENGLISH – 5:30 pm (livestream)
CANTONESE MASS (廣東話彌撒) – 1:30pm (livestream)


All Masses Are Being Held Inside

Saturday, February 27, 2021

4:30 PM:  Mass

Sunday February 28, 2021

8:00 AM: Mass
9:45 AM: (Live-stream) 

11:30 AM: Mass
Cantonese Mass 1:30pm

Lenten Season – Calendar of Events

“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” – John 3:16

Lent is a blessed time of commemorating and reflecting upon the passion, death, and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.  During this time, we are encouraged to devote ourselves to prayer, receive the sacraments, make sacrifices, and practice charity. 

Journey with us through this Lenten Season by joining these events and activities:

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
5:30 – 6:30 PM Monday through Friday 
Indoors and Live-Streamed

Stations of the Cross and Lenten Reflection
Fridays at 7:00 pm –  until March 26  
 Indoors and Live-Streamed

Available Monday to Friday, from 9:30 am to 6:00pm
View/Download/Print Scriptural Stations of the Cross 

Communal Penance Service – March 20, Saturday

2:00-4:00 PM.  Drive-through Penance Service

SEE Complete Lent & Easter Schedule HERE

The 2021 Offertory Envelopes are in the Parish Center for pickup after Masses.

All sanitization and safety protocols will continue to be strictly implemented, thus I ask for your full and gentle cooperation. Let us all continue to be vigilant in practicing the Covid19 precautions: “3Ws”, wash hands, wear face mask and watch your 6-feet social distance always.

You can find information on the various organizations and also readings and reflections for the week from the bulletin on our website.

Download/Print Informed Consent Waiver


What is Adoration? 

The Blessed Sacrament is the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ.  When the Blessed Sacrament is exposed or displayed in the Tabernacle, we must remember that Jesus is tangibly present and we are called to respond with adoration.

Adoration requires listening and being completely present to Jesus Christ.  

Being present before the Blessed Sacrament we experience Jesus’ infinite and assuring love for us, which we all need especially this time of the pandemic. As the holy scripture says, “Behold I will be with you always even to the end of the world,” because “I have loved you with an everlasting love, and constant is my affection for you.”
(Mt 28:20; Jer 31:3)


Your financial support helps keep our parish open.  Offerings can be given at Mass, through the mail or online, HERE.  When you click on the link, make sure to select “St. Mark Parish” from the drop down list.



Download/Print Informed Consent Waiver

Saturday: 4:30 pm

8:00 am
9:45 am (Live-Stream)
11:30 am
Cantonese Mass:
Second, Fourth and Fifth Sunday

1:30 pm

Daily Mass in the Chapel.
8:30 a.m. Monday through Friday

First Saturday Mass in Chapel
8:30 a.m. Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament after Mass with Benediction at Noon

Perpetual Help Devotion/Benediction
7:00 p.m. Wednesday in the Chapel

Rosary: After daily Mass and Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel


Saturday:  February 27, 2021
4:30 PM: Ethel Coolin (RIP)
Sunday:  February 28, 2021
8:00 AM:  St. Mark’s Parishioners, (Living and Deceased)
    9:45 AM:  Marily Bombon (RIP)   
11:30 AM: Jeanne Lieder (RIP)

March 1-5, 2021
Monday: Bernard Gross, (Thanksgiving)

Tuesday: Alonso Silva (RIP-Birthday)
Wednesday: Mary & Andy Klase (RIP-Anniversary)
Thursday:  Manuel Flamenco (RIP)
Friday: Dinna Bayangos (Special Intention)

       Saturday, March 6, 2021
 8:30 AM  Maricar Rosal (Special Intention)
4:30PM: Felina Villa (RIP)
Sunday:  March 7, 2021
8:00AM  Evangeline Gabriel Santos (Birthday) 
9:45 AM St. Mark’s Parishioners  (Living and Deceased)
11:30  AM  Estrella Villa  (RIP)






But God will never forget the needy, the hope of the afflicted will never perish” Psalm 9:18

Your generosity and commitment to the Archdiocesan Annual Appeal the Archdiocese to provide the vital services to our local community and our greater Church.

From Archbishop Cordileone:

“The theme for this year’s Archdiocesan Annual Appeal is ” For the needy will never be forgotten, nor the hope of the afflicted ever fade).  This year in particular, there are many people who need care and support. By responding to God’s call to stewardship and grace, and participating in the Annual Appeal, we support our pastors and parishes in their financial and human resources efforts, our parish ministries and schools, clergy, youth and young adults, social ministries, and the greater Church, among others.

On behalf of all who need and depend on the ministries and services of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, I ask you to make a gift to the Archdiocese Annual Appeal.  Your gift will impact many lives, and it will be greatly appreciated.

Your contribution is a tangible expression of your commitment to bring Christ to others. It reinforces the vital nature of our mission; it enhances our ability to teach, spread, and celebrate the faith; and it impacts the lives of countless individuals.”

Our campaign goal is $55,704

United in Mission and Ministry

There are nearly 450,000 Catholics in the Archdiocese of San Francisco, and the Annual Appeal is a unique opportunity to come together as one and provide critical assistance to those who need and depend on us.  It unites us in mission and ministry. 

Indeed, we extend our deepest thanks to everyone who has supported the Annual Appeal over the years.  Your generosity is critical to our ability to assist the thousands who depend on us annually, it is vital to our mission, and it is integral to the health and growth of our Catholic family in the Archdiocese of San Francisco. 

The funds given to the AAA support these services and ministries: 






  • You may give your gift all at once (cash or check) or a pledged gift.
  • AAA envelopes are available for pick up in the rectory and inside the Church or upon request, AAA envelope will be mailed to you. To request, please email to 
  • Please return the envelopes to the Church the following week  or mail to St Mark Parish at 325 Marine View St. Belmont CA 94002
  • You may donate online by going to the Archdiocese of San Francisco Website

All gifts, regardless of amount, are greatly appreciated and tremendously beneficial.

If you have any questions, please email Deacon Richard Dizon at


Vocation Cross Program

Jesus said to his disciples, “The harvest is abundant but the laborers are few; so ask the master of the harvest to send out laborers for his harvest.” (Lk 10:2)

We are all called to pray for vocations, especially for the priestly and religious life.

Starting February 21 at the 9:45am mass and every Sunday thereafter,
parishioners will take turns in bringing the Vocation Cross home for a week.  
Those who take the Cross will pray each day, the Vocation Prayer and the Rosary.

Sign up sheets available before and after Sunday masses.