We invite you to join us for Mass

All you need to do is:

1. Sign up for weekend Mass using the links (buttons) below. 

2. Follow the directives found on the sign-up form.



Archbishop Mitchell Rozanski has updated the Mandate/Directives effective February 25. Masks are required for entry into archdiocesan parishes and must be worn during the entirety of the Mass except at the moment of receiving Holy Communion. Additionally, while different counties have different guidelines and mandates regarding social gatherings and capacity restrictions, the Archdiocese of St. Louis strongly urges all pastors to implement measures that will ensure the safest possible environment for their parish community--regardless of the county. Visit www.archstl.org/coronavirus-covid-19-mandates-and-directives.

Weekend Mass*  Sign-up required (Scroll down and click on the button to register.)


Saturday - 5 p.m. & live-streamed

Sunday - 8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.


*Seating will be limited for Weekend Mass, online sign-up is required, and specific directives are in place.

Sign-up links are below. Please do your part to familiarize yourself with the directives above so that our community remains healthy.


Currently - The general dispensation from the Sunday Mass obligation will remain in place for all Catholics of the St. Louis Archdiocese until further notice, as many individuals continue to have concerns for the health and safety of themselves and their loved ones. 


Weekday Mass

Monday through Friday - 7 a.m.


Quiet Prayer Time

The Church will  continue to be open  for private prayer according to the following schedule:

Monday - Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

Friday - 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Saturday - 8:30 AM to 4 PM

Sunday - Noon to 5 PM

Please maintain social distancing guidelines and wear masks while in the church.

Connect!  Sunday Reflection



Jesus connects us not only to himself but to one another. Just as the branch is vitally connected to the vine, so the believer is vitally connected to Jesus. And just as, apart from the vine, the branch shrivels up and dies, so those who are not connected to Jesus have no life within them.


Keep Reading...


Prepare children for Sunday Mass with the readings, the Order of Mass, key words, and beautiful full-color illustrations!

To order the Sunday Missals click HERE.


Sign-up for Mass This Weekend

Join us for


of the

Celebration of Mass

5:00 p.m. Saturday

Recording available anytime after that


Sign-up for Future Mass Dates

May 8 & 9

Sign-up for Future Mass Dates

May 15 & 16

Celebrating Mass at Home

Were we ready to start participating in Mass at home?

Do we know what to do?

Do we have questions?


Preparing for Mass at HomeLDA's new digital resource, is an informal and practical guide, so that we may be able to more fully celebrate with the priest during Mass.


Celebrando La Masa en Casa

¿Estábamos listos para comenzar a participar en la misa en casa?

¿Sabemos que hacer?

¿Tenemos preguntas?

La preparación para la Misa en el hogar, el nuevo recurso digital de LDA, es una guía informal y práctica, para que podamos celebrar más plenamente con el sacerdote durante la Misa.



The Order of the Mass


The Order of Mass and the Act of Spiritual Communion


As many Catholic communities are taking part in online celebrations of the Mass, RCL Benziger is pleased to provide you with the Order of Mass and the directions for the Act of Spiritual Communion. These resources, for both children and adults, are available in English and in bilingual Spanish/English.

The Order of the Mass and Act of Spiritual Communion (then click on the image of your choice)


El orden de misa y el acto de comunión espiritual


Como muchas comunidades católicas participan en las celebraciones en línea de la Misa, RCL Benziger se complace en proporcionarle la Orden de la Misa y las instrucciones para el Acto de Comunión Espiritual. Estos recursos, tanto para niños como para adultos, están disponibles en inglés y en español / inglés bilingüe.

El orden de la misa y el acto de comunión espiritual (luego haga clic en la imagen que elija)




The Liturgy of the Hours

Many of us now face the inability to attend Mass and pray together as a community. While we may not be able to celebrate the Eucharistic liturgy together, we can continue to celebrate the Liturgy of the Hours in our homes.The Liturgy of the Hours is the daily prayer ritual of Christians that sanctifies and consecrates time. It is the prayer of Christ and the Church, and its celebration connects us deeply to Christ's Paschal Mystery. 
Below you will find guidance on how to pray this liturgy of the Church at home. 


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