Home Ministries Sacraments Online Giving Bulletin Contact Us

Parish History

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church History

Founded in 1956, Our Lady of Lourdes is a vibrant and

diverse community that supports and promotes the

diocesan vision.

Newly appointed pastor, Fr. Joseph C. Mackey, celebrated liturgy for the first time on June 12, 1955, for some 20 families of Our Lady of Lourdes Parish, Montclair, at the then Valley Drive-In Theater. During that summer, a property was purchased and a year and a half thereafter, a church was built hardworking and dedicated parishioners during weekends and evenings. Dominating the structure is a 60-foot bell tower capped by a dome inlaid with 24- karat gold mosaic Italian tile crosses. The church was dedicated by Bishop Charles Buddy of the Diocese of San Diego on December 12, 1956. The parish came into the Doicese of San Bernardino in 1978 when it was created. Currently, under the outstanding leadership of its Administrator, Fr. Clarence Saldua, M.S. Pastor. Our Lady of Lourdes enjoys a membership of 1,800 vibrant and prayerful families of diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Together the parish community supports and promotes the diocesan vision of “...impacting family, neighborhood and society with the Gospel so that people’s lives are filled with hope.”.
“We are empowered to be a sign of God’s love  in our families, neighborhood, and society.”
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church
MASSES † MISAS Saturday Masses:                         3rd Saturday           English: 5:00 PM                                Bilingual: 5:00 PM Español: 6:30 PM Sunday Masses: 7:00 AM: English 9:00 AM: Español 11:00 AM: English 2:00 PM: Español 4:00 PM: Vietnamese 5:30 PM: Chinese Daily Mass:                                     First Friday                Monday - Friday 7:00 AM                     Sacred Heart Mass (Lunes en Español)                              6:00 PM Rosary                                                              6:30 PM English Mass
         Pandemic Information  
Sanitize your Hands Mask are not required, but do encourage to wear masks, IF health conditions exist, or as a personal choice, to ensure maximum safetly/pecaustions for all. We encourage you to stay home if you or a family member is ill.
Confessions: Saturday from 4:00 PM - 4:45 PM Holy Days: See Bulletin for details. Holy Hour: First Friday of the month after the 7:00 AM Mass for one hour Last Saturday of the month after  6:30 PM Mass