Seat reservations are no longer required for any Masses except those which conflict with Astros games. Please visit HERE to see which upcoming Masses will require parking reservations.
The prayers prayed at the conclusion of Fr. Felix's Masses are HERE
Sunday Mass schedule:
5:30 PM Saturday Vigil English - Fr. Paul Felix
7:00 AM English (Ordinary Form) - Msgr. Golasinski
9:00 AM English (Solemn Ordinary Form) - Fr. Paul Felix
NOTE: On 05/30/2021, the 9:00 AM returned to a Solemn Ordinary Form Mass in English.
11:00 AM Extraordinary Form Solemn Mass - Fr. Paul Felix
5:30 PM English (Ordinary Form) - Fr. John Ugobueze
Download the prayers prayed at the conclusion of Mass HERE
Weekday & Saturday Masses Schedule:
Monday thru Friday - 6:30 AM English - Msgr. Golasinski
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays - 12:10 PM English - Fr. Paul Felix
Tuesdays & Thursdays - 12:10 PM Latin (Extraordinary Form) - Fr. Paul Felix
Saturdays - 8:00 AM English - Fr. Paul Felix
Confession available 15 minutes before each Mass
Weekday Vespers schedule:
Tuesdays through Fridays - 5:00 PM Vespers (Evening Prayer) - Fr. Paul Felixix
Second Sunday Vespers schedule:
Held on the 2nd Sunday of each month - 4:00 PM Vespers in the Extraordinary Form - Fr. Paul Felix
Please check back frequently
Mass schedule may change without notice.
Father Felix explains the modified pandemic restrictions and announces a change in Mass form. Please take a moment to view his video message HERE.
I. Beginning with the 5:30 PM Vigil Mass on Saturday, May 22, 2021, and thereafter:
a. Social distancing will no longer be required and we will be able to utilize 100% of our seating capacity. Reservations (online or otherwise) will not be needed to attend Masses at Annunciation.
b. The wearing of face masks is encouraged but not required. Those who wish to wear a mask will be able to do so. Those who do not want to wear a mask will not be required to wear one.
c. Those who wish to receive Holy Communion on the tongue at Ordinary Form Masses (the Mass after Vatican II) will be allowed to do so. At Ordinary Form Masses, the communicant may receive Holy Communion on the tongue or in the hand, at their discretion. We are all asked to exercise great care and reverence in the manner in which we present ourselves for Holy Communion so as to avoid all risk of profaning the most Holy Eucharist. The rubrics do not allow for Holy Communion to be received in the hand at Extraordinary Form Masses (the Mass before Vatican II).
d. The Precious Blood of Our Lord will not be offered to the faithful in a common chalice during the Rite of Communion throughout the Archdiocese until further notice.
e. Those at risk of suffering serious effects of the Coronavirus because of advanced age and/or other health complications may refrain from attending Mass without incurring serious sin. While it does not fulfill the obligation to attend Holy Mass in person, those who are at risk are strongly encouraged to view the Mass on video or via live stream and unite themselves to the prayers of the Mass. Cardinal DiNardo’s instruction regarding a general dispensation from the Sunday obligation remains in effect for all Catholics within the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston until further notice.
II. Beginning on Trinity Sunday, May 30, 2021, and thereafter:
a. The Sunday Mass at 9:00 AM will return to being celebrated as an Ordinary Form Solemn Mass, including the use of incense, chant, and more solemn ritual forms.
b. Those who have been attending Sundays at 9:00 AM who have become attached to the Extraordinary Form of the Mass are encouraged to attend the 11:00 AM Solemn Extraordinary Form Mass.
Please continue to prayerfully remain spiritually close to those who have died, or who are sick, along with their families who are struggling amid suffering and loss. May we continue to take recourse to the Divine assistance the Lord offers to all who bear the Cross.