Mass & Confession Times

Saturday Evening
5:30 PM English - Sunday Vigil

6:00 AM English
8:00 AM Latin (Extraordinary Form)
9:30 AM English
11:00 AM Latin (Ordinary Form) *
5:30 PM English

*  Eucharistic Adoration following the 11:00 a.m. Mass until 5:00 p.m. 

Weekday Mass Schedule 

6:30 AM English
12:10 PM English

6:30 AM English
12:10 PM Latin (Extraordinary Form)

6:30 AM English
12:10 PM English

6:30 AM English
12:10 PM Latin (Extraordinary Form)

6:30 AM English
12:10 PM English
During Lent on Fridays, Stations of the Cross follow the 12:10 pm Mass

8:00 AM English
(5:30 PM English - Sunday Vigil)


Confession available 15 minutes before each Mass

 Holy Days of Obligation and Civic Holidays

See Parish Updates section on the Home page for information regarding upcoming Holy Day of Obligation Mass times.

On Civic Holidays there is only one Mass at 8:00 am - Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, and Thanksgiving. 

                   Holy Day of Obligation                                         2019                  
                      Mary, Mother of God                                       Tuesday, January 1st
         The Ascension of Our Lord Jesus Christ                   Sunday, June 2nd
       The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary             Thursday, August 15th
                                 All Saints                                                  Friday, November 1st
Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary       Monday, December 9th
           The Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ                     Wednesday, December 25th


 In the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, the celebration of the Ascension has been transferred to the following Sunday, hence there is no obligation to attend Mass on Thursday for the Ascension of the Lord, 40 days after Easter.

On three of the feasts - Jan 1, Aug 15 and Nov 1 - when the feast day occurs on a Saturday or a Monday, the obligation to attend the feast day Mass is lifted and Sunday Mass attendance covers the obligation for the feast and the normal Sunday obligation.  The obligation to attend Mass on Christmas and The Feast of The Immaculate Conception is never lifted.