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Weekday and Weekend Mass Schedule

Saturday - Sabado:

5:00 PM Vigil | 7:00 PM Spanish
Sunday - Domingo: 8:00 AM |10:00 AM English
12:00 PM Spanish |5:00 PM English | 7:00 PM Spanish
Monday - Friday: 8:30 AM
Lunes a Viernes 12:00 PM - Espanol
Wednesday - Miercoles: 6:00 PM August - May (follows Public School Calendar)

Office Hours

Mon - Fri: 9am - 5pm

Religious Education Registration 2016-17 and Calendar

Please click here for registration information for 2016-17 which includes First Communion and Confirmation.  You must re-register EACH year for formation.

Link for Confirmation Photos

ADORATION

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 9:00 AM to 12:00 Midnight

Thursday 9am to Saturday 8am

Benediction Every Friday night at 7:45pm in the chapel.

Holy Hour Every First Friday of the month in the church..  

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Vatican News

Pope Francis venerates relics of martyrs in Franciscan church

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis visited the Church of St. Francis in Krakow on Saturday to venerate the relics housed there of two Polish Franciscan martyrs, Zbigniew Strzalkowski and Michal Tomaszek. They were killed by the Sendero Luminoso guerrillas in Peru in 1991 and were beatified in 2015, together with the Italian priest Don Alessandro Dordi from the diocese of Bergamo. Several relatives of the martyrs were present together with the Superior General of the Franciscans and the Superior of the Franciscan House in Peru where the two martyrs lived.

During his visit to the church, Pope Francis said the following prayer (in Italian).   

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Pope Francis has lunch with young pilgrims in Krakow

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Saturday had lunch with a dozen young people serving as volunteers for World Youth Day in the Polish city of Krakow.

The private encounter took place in the residence of the Archbishop of Krakow, Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz, following a morning Mass for priests and religious in the shrine dedicated to the Polish pope, Saint John Paul II.

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Pope urges priests, religious to open doors to God's mercy

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Saturday visited the Shrine of Divine Mercy in Krakow and heard confession for several young World Youth Day pilgrims, before celebrating Mass for priests, religious and seminarians in the nearby sanctuary dedicated to his predecessor, Pope John Paul II.

Our special correspondent in Krakow, Lydia O’Kane reports on the morning activities of the Pope's penultimate day in Poland…..

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