Tune in directly on our YouTube page for this week’s live Masses and devotions.
We would like to thank everyone who participates in our live-streaming Masses. Now that we are on Phase 3 of reopening, we will no longer live-stream our 9 am Daily Masses and on Sundays we will only live-stream the 9:30am (English) and we will only post the 12:30pm (Latin) Homily
Please keep checking this post for updates to the schedule throughout the week.
Holy Sacrifice of the Mass (Public Masses)
Daily Ordinary Form Mass (Until Further Notice)
Monday – Saturday at 9:00 am
Monday – Friday at 12 pm (noon)
Sunday Ordinary Form Masses (Until Further Notice)
Saturday Vigil at 5:30 pm
Sunday 6:30 am; 8:00 am; 9:30am; 11:00 am; and 5 pm
Extraordinary Form Mass Schedule
Mass is celebrated on Sundays at 12:30 p.m. and on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7:30 a.m. Holy Days and certain Feasts will be as announced.
We are not able to provide the “red books” or handouts of the propers (“the readings”) for the time being. This week’s Masses with links to the propers are listed below for your convenience. The iPieta app for phones and tablets also provides them in the Tradition+ calendar.
Friday, 1/15 7:30 a.m. St. Paul, the First Hermit (Mobile Propers,Printable Propers)
Sunday, 1/17 12:30 p.m. 2nd Sunday after Epiphany (Mobile Propers, Mobile entire Low Mass, Printable Propers)
Monday 1/18 7:30 a.m. Votive Mass of the Chair of St. Peter (Mobile Propers, Printable Propers)
Wednesday 1/20 7:30 a.m. Ss. Fabian and Sebastian (Mobile Propers, Printable Propers)
Friday, 1/22 7:30 a.m. Votive Mass for Peace (Mobile Propers,Printable Propers)
If Father Carr or Father Bork are able to offer any additional, unscheduled Masses this week, they will announce those via this email list.
Misa en Español / Sunday Spanish Mass
Sábados/Saturday 7:30 pm
***Holy Communion Services Outside Mass***
Every Sunday 3 pm
When you arrive to the parking lot, please tune in to 87.9 Mhz FM Radio to listen to the prayers of the Holy Communion Service.
Holy Water One of our priests will be blessing water on the First Saturday of the month after the 9 am Mass, starting in February.
First Friday Mass at 7 p.m. followed by Men’s Holy Hour
Rosary Procession Every Saturday After the 9 am Mass
We will meet in the front steps of the church, if it’s raining or extremely cold, we will pray the Rosary inside the church
Our Resources for Praying at Home page has more information on making a Spiritual Communion, finding Mass readings and texts of both Forms of the Mass, and more to help you during these unusual times.
Our normal Confessions Schedule is as follows:
Tuesdays 6pm -7pm (usually 3 priests, two inside the church)
Thursdays 6pm – 7pm (usually 3 priests, all inside the church)
Fridays 9:30am – until line ends (usually 3 priests, two inside the church)
Saturdays 4:00pm (usually 4 priests) and 6:30pm (one priest, inside)
We will continue our Confessions outdoors/indoors. On Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays Confessions will be outdoors/indoors, please look for the orange cones for the site where each priest will be (most of the time in the back parking lot). On Thursdays all Confessions will be indoors, in the main church. Now that Adoration will be permanently in the Adoration Chapel, we will not have Confessions there.
Adoration will continue 24/7. As we begin public Masses again, we still have the opportunity to continue Eucharistic Adoration through the weekends. Of course, to do so we need adorers to spend time with Our Lord. Please look at the SignUpGenius on this blog for hours to sign up throughout the weekend. There are many hours unfilled for this weekend. Adoration will be in the Adoration Chapel at all times now.