Where is the church located? What time does Mass start on a Sunday morning? Thank you.
Posted By: jac
Re: Church Services - 03/16/08 07:10 PM
There is a church located right on the beach in San Pedro. I did not attend, but when I asked about times the locals thought they had mass every morning and evening. Went by one evening around sunset and saw they were having mass. I know that's not very specific but it's all I know. I believe the church bells chime to announce mass also.
Posted By: denjy
Re: Church Services - 03/17/08 12:24 AM
The San Pedro Sun Visitors Guide, page 17, lists church services and times, etc. Use the link at upper right.
Posted By: Anonymous
Re: Church Services - 03/17/08 04:37 AM
I went to that church once, and was left with a strong feeling that the priest was on an ego trip. Totally alien to what I'm used to and I've never been back.
Posted By: Rykat
Re: Church Services - 03/17/08 05:23 AM
This must be the one you want p2? www.tucc.org
Posted By: azbob
Re: Church Services - 03/17/08 03:42 PM
The bell will call you. It can be heard all over San Pedro!
Posted By: elbert
Re: Church Services - 03/17/08 04:26 PM
They also ring it when someone dies as in ancient stories.
I wonder now with our new larger population if that practice will slip into the past as well.
Posted By: Leah-Ann
Re: Church Services - 03/17/08 07:23 PM
I've attended mass there a couple of times. It has a different flavor, but I enjoyed the service. The people were friendly and I found the priest to be pretty straightforward. It is definitely longer than mass in the US, it was the first time I'd sat in chruch for that long a period of time in a long while!