Roman Catholic Church

We are in St. Joseph’s Church (El Saladillo), near Camposol and Mazarrón Country Club urbanizations (exit 17, RM3 motorway). 


Schedule of Masses:

Two Masses every weekend in English

Saturday: Mass at 4.30pm (in English) 

Sunday: Mass at 4.30pm (in English). 

The first Sunday of the month, the Mass is the Traditional Mass in Latin –the first Sunday of the month there is no Mass in English-

Schedule of Confessions:

Saturdays and Sundays from 3.15pm-4.20. (Also on request).

The Autobiography of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux (The Little Flower), a Carmelite sister.

Saint Thérèse of Lisieux

Everything in the monastery delighted me, especially our little room. I fancied myself transported to the desert.

I repeat that my happiness was calm and peaceful. I kept saying: “Now I am here forever.”

Mine was no passing joy; it did not fade like first illusions. From illusions God in His Mercy has ever preserved me. I found the religious life just what I expected and sacrifice was never a matter of surprise. In the solemn examination before my profession I declared, as was customary, the reason of my entry into the monastery:

“I have come to save souls and especially to pray for Priests.”

One cannot attain the end without adopting the means and as Our Lord made me understand that it was by the Cross He would give me souls. The more crosses I met with, the stronger grew my attraction to suffering. For five years this way was mine, but I alone knew it. This was precisely the flower I wished to offer to Jesus; a hidden flower which keeps its perfume only for Heaven.

Two months after my entry, Father Pichon was surprised at the workings of grace in my soul.  He thought my piety childlike and my path an easy one. My conversation with this good Father would have brought me great comfort, had it not been for the extreme difficulty I found in opening my heart. Nevertheless I made a general confession and after it he said to me “Before God, the Blessed Virgin, the Angels and all the Saints, I declare that you have never committed a mortal sin. Thank God for the favours He has so freely bestowed on you without any merit on your part.”