Crusade Catholic Store 31761 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 The Crusade Catholic Store is located on the first floor of the Capistrano Plaza shopping mall. It is a tiny store, but…More it stocks a huge selection of devotional prayer items. With the historic Mission across the street, the town generates a lot of religious worshipers on pilgrimage. It has religious items in music, DVD films, art, rosaries, prayer cards and statuary items. It is a perfect spot for gift shopping for someone about to celebrate a First Communion, Baptism, Confirmation, RCIA and a wedding in the Catholic Church of Christianity.
Mision Cristiana Fuente De Vida 32232 Paseo Adelanto, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 This is the location for the Latin religious prayer group, Mision Cristiana Fuente De Vida. The group has different…More meetings and sessions scheduled throughout the week to study the Bible through scripture and songs. It is affiliated with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange County, and the society meets at different Catholic churches throughout the area.
JSerra Catholic High School is a private school under the direction of the Orange County Archdiocese of the Roman…More Catholic Church. The school is open to students of all faiths, but the curriculum is based on the teachings of Catholicism. All students take four years of religion and tuition is the same regardless of religious beliefs.
It is a relatively new facility yet has quickly become a respected school due to the high college acceptance rate of its pupils. Grades nine through 12 are enrolled at the coed school. There is an active sports program that covers winter, spring and summer sports teams, and the grounds include a football field, pool and gymnasium. A virtual tour of the school is available on JSerra's website.
Mission Basilica 31520 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 The city of San Juan Capistrano was built around the historic Mission complex in 1776. The ruins of this original…More structure are also located on this property and are now a museum. The Mission Basilica is the more modern structure and home to the Catholic faith headed by Rev. Monsignor Arthur A. Holquin. Mass services are conducted daily in this Basilica building with High Mass held on Saturdays and Sundays. The facility is used by members of the church for weddings, births and funeral services. The site is a registered monument with the National Historic Preservation Trust. In the year 2000, His Holiness, Pope John Paul II named this special place of pilgrimage a "Minor Basilica" and today it is a calling place for Catholics to visit.