DEACON IGNACIO MONTES  is pictured here alongside his wife Jacqueline Montes at a June 25th 2017 Parish Hall tribute to commemorate his ordination the previous day. Deacon Ignacio was one of six men ordained by Bishop Jaime Soto to the Order of Permanent Deacons on June 24th in the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament.


DEACON JACK BULLEN (Retired)  is pictured here processing into the June 26, 2014 Patron Mass held at the Parish Hall (he is bearing the monstrance, also known as an ostensorium), where he was Assisting Deacon at the bilingual Mass with Sacramento Diocese Bishop Jaime Soto (Principal Celebrant) and departing Parochial Administrator and concelebrant Fr. Joyle Martinez.  


Physical Address:  

515 Main Street, Red Bluff, CA 96080

Mailing Address:  
  2355 Monroe Avenue, Red Bluff, CA 96080
  530.527-1351 or 530.527-2209
 Fax:  fax number  530-529-2586

Rev. Charles P. Kelly  (Pastor)

  Ignacio Montes (Parish Deacon)
Office Staff:  
  Barbara Mudd (Office Manager/Bookeeper)
  Karina Ramirez (Parish Bulletin Editor)
  Breanna Farmer (Lay Ministry)
  Ann Wilson (Religious Education Coordinator)
Parish Pastoral Council:  
  Diane Braden (Co-Chair)
  Bob Braden (Co-Chair)
  Fr. Sherwin Colaste (Member)
  Cathy MacLean (Member)
  Dcn. Ignacio Montes (Member)
  Margie Duey (Member)
  Miguel Espinosa (Member)
  Anita Guzman (Member)
  Maria Guerrero (Member)
  Jacqueline Montes (Member)
  Connie Pettinger (Member)
  Ann Wilson (Ex-Officio Member - Religious Ed.)
Parish Finance Council:  
  Joseph Mandolfo (Chair)
  Victor Armendariz (Member)
  Fred Lozo (Member)
  Robert Mieski (Member)
  Colleen Kirchem (Member)
  Doreen Wysocki (Member)
Stewardship Committee:  
  Virginia Boding (Member)
  Stephanie Strickland (Co-Chair)
  Candy Harman (Co-Chair)
  Lupe Green (Member)

Mercy High School

233 Riverside Way, Red Bluff   (530) 527-8314


The Sisters of Mercy established the standard of educating the whole person through a nurturing Christian environment and high academic standards in 1882. Today, Mercy High School is a four year college preparatory co-educational school which continues that tradition.

The school offers a rigorous college preparatory program in a supportive, close community setting. Advanced Placement and Honors programs are available for qualified and interested students. The Mercy athletic and fine arts departments and supportive student counseling progam encourage all students to compete in sports activities and school productions. This diverse educational setting encourages all students to reach their highest potential and is the trademark of a Mercy education.

Mercy High School is accredited through the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and the Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA) through June 30th, 2014. 

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September 16th Bulletin

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