Find a Mass
Listen to the Gospel, reflect on the homily, and join us in celebrating Eucharist at one of our Masses. Below is our present reduced Mass schedule.
4:00 PM on Saturday
8:30 AM on Tuesday
St. Peter Claver
10:30 AM on Sunday
1:00 PM Hmong Mass (3rd Sunday)
8:30 AM on Thursday
SS. Cyril & Methodius
8:30. AM on Sunday
8:30 AM on Wednesdays
ADDITIONAL MASS INFORMATION
Liturgy of the Word for Children
On select Sundays throughout the year, the parish children (ages 4-9) are called forward to hear the readings of the day. The children leave the general assembly for a separate celebration of the Word. The celebrations of these liturgies are intended to form children in the liturgical language of the Church, to nourish and guide their spiritual growth, and to immerse them in the word of God in ways that are understandable to them.
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary – August 15
There will be an 8:30 AM Mass at St. Peter Claver and a 6:30 PM Mass at SS. Cyril & Methodius on Thursday, August 15th.
All Saints Day – November 1
There will be an 8:30 AM Mass at Immaculate Conception, a 12:00 Noon Mass at Saint Peter Claver, and a 6:30 PM Mass at SS. Cyril and Methodius.
Immaculate Conception – December 8
There will be a Mass at 8:30 AM at Immaculate Conception.
Mass at SS. Cyril and Methodius at 3:00 PM (Pre-Concert at 2:15 PM)
Mass at Immaculate Conception at 4:00 PM (Pre-Concert at 3:30 PM)
Mass at Saint Peter Claver at 4:30 PM (Pre-Concert at 4:00 PM)
Midnight Mass at Saint Peter Claver (Pre-Concert at 11:30 PM)
Mass at Saint Peter Claver at 9:00 AM (Bi-Lingual with Pre-Concert at 8:35 am)
Mass at SS. Cyril and Methodius at 9:00 AM (Pre-Concert at 8:15 AM)
Mass at Immaculate Conception at 10:30 AM (Pre-Concert at 10:15 AM)
Mary, Mother of God (New Year’s Day)
Mass on Dec. 31 at 4:30 PM at St. Peter Claver and on Jan. 1 at 9:00 AM at SS Cyril & Methodius.
HOLY DAYS OF OBLIGATION – DEFINED
January 1 – Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God
The feast is a celebration of the motherhood of Mary both divine and virginal. The title, “Mother of God,” is a western derivation from the Greek, “theotokos,” literally translated God-bearer.
40 days after Easter – Ascension of Christ
The Ascension of Christ commemorates the bodily Ascension of Jesus into Heaven. In March 2000, the Catholic bishops of the Wisconsin province transferred the Feast of the Ascension to the seventh Sunday of Easter, one week before Pentecost Sunday. The Vatican, at the request of the bishops of the United States, granted permission for the date change, giving ecclesiastical provinces in the United States the authority to make the transfer. Observing the Ascension on the seventh Sunday of Easter allows for heightened celebration and an increased opportunity to educate people about the meaning of the feast.
August 15 – Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
The Assumption of the Blessed Mother pays homage to the Assumption of the body and soul of Mary into heaven at the time of her death.
November 1 – All Saints’ Day
All Saint’s Day honors all saints, known and unknown.
December 8 – Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin
This feast day celebrates the belief that God preserved Mary from any inclination to sin, the inheritance of original sin passed on to all mankind from Adam and Eve. Many Catholics believe this Feast celebrates Jesus’ conception. Rather, it is honoring Mary conceived in the womb of her mother Anne. (It is not a day of obligation when December 8th falls on a Sunday and is celebrated on the following day, December 9th).
December 25 – The Nativity of the Lord (Christmas)
Celebrating the birth of Jesus. The word Christmas is derived from Middle English Christe Masse and from Old English Cristes mæsse. It is a contraction meaning “Christ’s Mass”.