St. Francis of Assisi is open for Mass and Confession.

We are so pleased to welcome you back to attend Mass at the Church of St. Francis of Assisi.

Of course we must maintain safety measures in response to the Covid-19 pandemic and so we have have implemented the following procedures  to insure the health and safety of our parishioners, visitors, staff and friars.

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY PRIOR TO COMING TO THE CHURCH FOR MASS, CONFESSION OR PRIVATE PRAYER.

THE MASS SCHEDULE IS AS FOLLOWS:
(Confession schedule is below)

Sunday Masses:

Saturday (Vigil): 4pm
Sunday Masses at:
8:00 AM,
9:15AM(Korean), (also on Livestream)
11:00 AM (also on Livestream), and
5:00 PM (also on Livestream).

Daily Masses:

Monday through Friday at:
7:30 am
12:00 noon (also on Livestream), and
5:00 pm (also on Livestream)
Saturday at 11:00 AM

Confessions:

The Confession schedule is as follows:
Monday – Friday:
8:00 to 9:00 AM
11:00 AM to 12:00 Noon
4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Saturday: 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM

The Church is open for private prayer:

The upper church at St. Francis of Assisi is open for private prayer
8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Monday thru Friday
except during Mass times.

Parish Office and Bookstore

Click here for the current Parish Office and Bookstore schedule.

The St. Francis House and the Adult Education Center

There will be no in person meetings  for Adult Education classes, ministry meetings, or self-help groups until further notice.

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This schedule will be in effect, unless otherwise noted, until until further notice.  This schedule supersedes our regular schedule posted elsewhere on our website.

Presider's Schedule

REGULATIONS FOR THE CELEBRATION OF MASS

  • Every person over the age 2 must wear a face mask, covering the nose and mouth, at all times while at the Church of St. Francis of Assisi
  • The Eucharist:

    The Eucharist will be offered in the hand only at the end of the Mass.  This is the procedure for the reception of communion:

    1. Masks will be worn during the communion procession
    2. The priest will also wear a mask and will proclaim “The Body of Christ” and place the host in the communicant’s hand
    3. Communicants will proceed with the Eucharist to a designated spot in front of the sanctuary where they will lower their mask to consume the Eucharist and then replace their mask.+

The Church of St. Francis of Assisi is reopening in stages as part of our efforts to keep our parishioners, visitors, friars and staff safe as we continue to face the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic.  While we are in these stages, the schedule on this page supersedes our normal schedule which may be posted  on different parts of our website.

Please check back at this page for updates as the city and the archdiocese allow for more restrictions to be lifted.

“Love your neighbor as you love yourself”