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.

Streamed Masses and Events

Streamed Masses will continue along with the celebration of the Mass in person. Please continue to join us!

Events such as Funerals, Weddings, and other special events can be accessed by clicking on the “Watch Streamed Mass” button. NOTE: Links to live-streamed Funerals will be available for 24 hours beginning the day of the scheduled Mass.

Week at a Glance

SundayOct 02

  • 7:00 am Mass

    SFX Parish Community

  • 9:00 am Mass

    SFX Parish Community

  • 11:00 am Mass(Live-streamed)

    SFX Parish Community

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

    SFX Parish Community

  • 5:00 pm Mass

    SFX Parish Community

MondayOct 03

  • 6:15 am Mass

  • 12:00 pm Mass

TuesdayOct 04

  • 6:15 am Mass

  • 12:00 pm Mass

WednesdayOct 05

  • 6:15 am Mass

  • 12:00 pm Mass

ThursdayOct 06

  • 6:15 am Mass

  • 12:00 pm Mass

FridayOct 07

  • 6:15 am Mass

  • 12:00 pm Mass

SaturdayOct 08

  • 8:00 am Mass

  • 2:45 pm - 4:45 pm Confession(Bilingual confessions from 3:45-4:45pm)
  • 5:00 pm Mass(Vigil Mass)

Mass Schedule

*Mask are not required for those who are fully vaccinated.

Monday-Friday / Lunes-Viernes 6:15am, 12:00pm
Saturday / Sábado 8:00am, 5:00pm (Vigil)
Sunday / Domingo 7:00am English, 9:00am English, 11:00am English, 1:00pm Spanish, 5:00pm English
Streamed Mass will continue for the 11:00am and 1:00pm only, followed by Eucharist Distribution in Ignatius Chapel.

Confession Schedule

*Mask are not required for those who are fully vaccinated.

Saturday 2:45-4:45pm in West confessional only. Bilingual confessions available from 3:45-4:45pm.

Confessions will end promptly at 4:45pm. All other times by appointment with priest on duty.

Examination of Conscience

by St. Ignatius of Loyola