Mass & Confession Times

We, the Catholic faith community of St. Francis Xavier, inspired by the Holy Spirit, commit ourselves to an ever-deepening personal relationship with Jesus Christ that expresses itself in prayer, worship and mission. We are guided by Ignatian principles in living a faith that does justice through our baptismal call to be Christ for others.

Week at a Glance

Mass will be held in the main church, with the church open 30 minutes before Mass. The Bishop has dispensed us from obligation to attend Sunday Mass and this remains in effect even as we open our doors once again.

Distribution of Eucharist is available after the Live-streamed Masses in Ignatius Chapel.

SaturdayJul 11

  • NO Confession
  • 8:00 am Mass

    SFX Parish Community

SundayJul 12

  • 11:00 am Mass(Also live-streamed)

    SFX Parish Community

  • 1:00 pm Mass(Spanish, also live-streamed)

    SFX Parish Community

MondayJul 13

  • 8:00 am Mass

    † Lucie Kalkman

TuesdayJul 14

  • 8:00 am Mass

    † Shirley Ladd, Fr. Joe Dunna

WednesdayJul 15

  • 8:00 am Mass

    † Rosann Donovan, Humberto W. Sanchez

ThursdayJul 16

  • 8:00 am Mass

    † Humberto W. Sanchez

FridayJul 17

  • 8:00 am Mass

    † Bern Bonifat

Mass Schedule June 8-13

Monday - Saturday 8:00am in the main church
Sunday LIVE STREAMED ONLY 11:00am English, 1:00pm Spanish

Mass Schedule beginning June 14

Monday - Saturday 8:00am in the main church
Sunday 11:00am English, 1:00pm Spanish (also live-streamed)

Confession Schedule

Saturday 4:00-5:00pm in West confessional only

Reconciliation Schedule

St. Francis Xavier Catholic Faith Community is a parish staffed by the Jesuits and offers the sacrament of Reconciliation every Saturday from 3:00-5:00pm. There are usually two priests available. No confessions after 5:00pm. All other times by appointment with priest on duty for registered parishioners only. As Jesuits, we find that many people come to a Jesuit parish to avail themselves of the sacrament of Reconciliation. Each person who approaches the priest is treated kindly and with dignity and respect, and the Jesuit offers spiritual advice and counsel to the penitent within the tradition and discernment of spirits found in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola. The person approaching the priest has the option of anonymity or speaking face to face with the priest.

See a video produced by the National Life Teen Program about the Sacrament of Reconciliation that was filmed in our Church.