Name of Church St. Mary Magdalen Chapel
Address 2532 Ventura Blvd., Camarillo, CA
Phone number (805) 484-0532 or (626) 424-1962 for information on FSSP Mass at the chapel
Website www.smmcam.orghttps://tlm-smm.blogspot.com/
St. Mary Magdalen has two church buildings, the church at 25 Los Posas and the chapel at 2532 Ventura Blvd.  The diocesan pastor oversees both; the Fraternity of St. Peter serves the Traditional Latin Mass community of St. Mary Magdalen which meets at the Ventura Blvd. chapel, a few blocks away from the 101 freeway.  The two church buildings are about three miles apart.
Mass Schedule Sundays, 10 am (Latin Tridentine) and 3 pm. (Vietnamese).  Monday – Friday, 6:30 am, 5:15 pm.  Saturday, 8:30 am.
Confessions Sundays, 9:15 – 9:45 a.m. and Wednesdays, 4 – 5 p.m.
Names of priests Frather Preston Passos, administrator.  Father Francis Melchor Aguilar and Father Larry Dowdel, associate pastors.  Frather Roy Persich, auxiliary priest.  The Latin Mass community is served by three priests of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP) assigned to St. Vitus Parish in San Fernando: Father James Fryar, Father John Kodel, Father James O’Reilly (Father O’Reilly is a talented musician who was ordained for the Diocese of Richmond, Virginia, and is currently in his candidacy year with the FSSP).
Special activities and groups Adoration Monday through Friday, 1 – 10 p.m.  Youth and young adult ministries, Jr. Apostles, Spanish and Vietnamese ministries, Family to Family, Knights of Columbus, Many Meals of Camarillo, Sewing Circle (members make items for babies in need), Rosary Makers, St. Vincent de Paul Society, Young Ladies Institute, Women’s Bible Study.
School The parish has a school.
Parking There is ample parking around the church.
Additional observations St. Mary Magdalene Chapel is a beautiful, historic church of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.  It was founded in 1913 as a family chapel for the Camarillo brothers, Juan and Adolfo; its grounds contain the remains of Camarillo family members.  Its interior has magnificent features: a white marble altar, colorful stained windows, and traditional statues.  There is a quaint courtyard alongside the chapel.  It was given to the archdiocese as a parish church in 1940, as were the extensive lands nearby on which the archdiocese would build its seminary.  The St. Mary Magdalen Church, the other parish church building, opened in 1975.