SAN DIEGO — The diocese invites the entire Catholic community of San Diego to the annual Our Lady of Guadalupe celebration, to be held Sunday, Dec. 3.
The event is to begin at 11 a.m. with a joyful procession through the streets of North Park, complete with folkloric dancers, brightly decorated vehicles, and dozens of parish and ministry groups.
The procession ends at St. Augustine High School, where a bilingual Mass at 1 p.m. is to be celebrated by Cardinal Robert W. McElroy, with Auxiliary Bishops Ramón Bejarano, Michael Pham and Felipe Pulido.
Afterward, there will be a Mexican fiesta, which includes traditional food and mariachi music.
The procession begins at the Morley Field Sports Complex, at the intersection of Texas and Upas streets, which has ample parking. It ends at the school, at 3266 Nutmeg St., where the Mass will be held in the gym.
The event is organized by the diocese’s Hispanic Commission with the Guadalupe Confederation. It’s all to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe, “the Patroness of the Americas.”
For more information, visit sdcatholic.org/guadalupe2023.