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Mass & Confession Times

Friday, December 8
Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Holy Day of Obligation)
Parish Office & Center Closed
Mass Times | 6:30 am, 8:30 am, 12:15 pm, 5:30 pm (English), and 7:00 pm (Spanish).

St. Francis is a vibrant, diverse parish and all of our Sunday Masses reflect this. Learn more about the specific charism of each mass.

Mass Schedule
 

THURSDAY

6:30 am English Cancelled 11/23

8:30 am English

7:00 pm Spanish

SUNDAY 

7:00 am Spanish | Chapel

7:30 am English | Great Hall

8:00 am English | Church

9:30 am English | Church

10:00 am Spanish | Great Hall

10:30 am First & Third Sunday of the Month | Sensory Friendly Mass | Chapel

11:00 am English | Church

12:30 pm English | Church | Young Adult Led 

2:00 pm Spanish | Church

4:30 pm English | Church | Youth Led 

6:00 pm Spanish | Church 

MONDAY

8:30 am English 
6:30 pm English 

TUESDAY

8:30 am English 
6:30 pm Spanish

FRIDAY

8:30 am English

12:15 pm English

6:30 pm Spanish 

WEDNESDAY

SATURDAY

8:30 am English

12:15 pm English

6:30 pm English

8:30 am English 

5:00 pm English ​Vigil

Confession & Adoration Schedule

Adoration & Confession takes place in the Chapel

CONFESSION

Wednesday

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Thursday

5:00 pm - 6:15 pm

Friday

9:00 am - 10:00 am

Saturday

9:15 am - 10:45 am

ADORATION

Thursday

9:00 am - 6:45 pm

Friday

9:15 am - 10:00 am

Worship Aides

Worship Aides
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Mass Intentions

To request a Mass intention, please come by the Parish Office during regular business hours.

 

Whenever a priest celebrates Mass, he has at least two specific intentions.  The first intention is to celebrate the Mass according to what the rubrics that the Church was provided for how to say the Mass.  The second is to apply the grace of that Mass toward a specific need or intention. As to the first intention, a priest may find it helpful to  pray a traditional prayer while he is vesting, stating his intention to pray the Mass well. As to the second intention, commonly called “the intention of the Mass,” that intention is often announced in the parish bulletin and it is sometimes also announced at Mass.

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