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Our Lady of Guadalupe Shrine

1321 El Paso Street

San Antonio, Texas 78207

O: 210-226-4064

F: 210-783-8079

E: guadalupesat@yahoo.com

Mass Times

5:00PM Bilingual


8:00AM Spanish

11.30AM English



8:00AM Spanish



8:00AM English


 Saturday at 4:30PM

or by appointment 

Office Hours (temp)


9:00 am to 1:00 pm

T TH Sat

1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Fr. Kris Bytomski, Pastor

Email: Fr.Kris_olg@yahoo.com

Fr. Blayne Riley, Parochial Vicar

Email: Fr.Blayne_olg@yahoo.com

Parish Updates

Pentecost Sunday

"New Reality Guidelines"

        Many of you have been asking when we will be able to go back to celebrating Mass on Saturday and Sundays. When will it get back to NORMAL!

         Well I am happy to say that we will start a NEW NORMAL for those who are in good health and have no medical conditions. 

Beginning on Saturday May 23rd and Sunday, May 24th we will begin to celebrate weekend Masses on Saturdays at 5:00pm and on Sunday, 8:00am and 11:30am. BUT as I have said, we begin a NEW NORMAL.  There will be guidelines to follow. 

 - Again, if you are sick, coughing, or running a fever or feel sick in any way, DO NOT COME TO MASS, STAY HOME!  For those who are high risk, stay home and continue watching the live streamed masses as you have been doing up to now.

 - You MUST wear a MASK. Once you get in church leave it on, you can remove it when you receive communion but it MUST be put back on as soon as you have received the Body of Christ.

 - We continue to practice Social Distancing.  You must sit 6 ft from others. If you come with your family, you can sit together because you live in the same household. 

 - During the mass we will not hold our hands during “Our Father” and we will not shake our hands during the sign of peace.

 - If you should be coughing during the Mass, you will be asked to leave the church.

      Once again, I want to thank everyone for your co-operation, remember if we want to continue worshiping together, we need to help each other by following the guidelines. Together we can survive this pandemic. 


Fr Kris