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St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Community

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We are delighted that you are considering registering to be a parishioner of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church and belong to our parish family!

Worship with Us!

Saturday Vigil - 5:30 pm
Sunday - 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00 am
5:30 pm

Domingo -12:30 pm.
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The Word of God

Prepare to celebrate Mass by looking ahead to the readings for the celebration. The same USCCB site also has a complete listing of the Books of the Bible with introductions.
Readings for Mass

All the Details

Everything you might want to know: location, office hours, when the church is open, contact portal, even directions to the church and school. We can't wait to meet you.
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Bishop Burbidge’s Comments on the overturn of Roe v. Wade

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Young Professionals

Young Catholic professionals face many challenges, including juggling careers and navigating relationships, while discovering what it means to be Catholic adults in society today. Learn more about connecting with other young professionals who are on the same journey. Contact Fr. George!

Lenten Stations of the Cross

Parish Prayer Ministry

St. Francis of Assisi would like to pray for your intentions. We have confidence that God answers prayers and will give us comfort and courage. Your request will be forwarded to people in our parish who have dedicated themselves to this prayer ministry.

Lent - 40 days of renewal

New Parish Ministry!

We are Catholics called to reach out and evangelize in an increasingly digital world.  A picture is worth a thousand words and is a preferred media in social media channels. If you have an "iphone" you are ready! Take a look!.

Simple words on The Word

Each Sunday the parish posts some simple thoughts and reflections on the Sunday Mass readings. The video “Sunday Thoughts” are posted on our parish YouTube channel. Enjoy!

...for 2022-2023 Year

Registration (online and via downloaded forms) is ready and waiting for you to sign up your children for faith formation programs and sacramental preparation. Everything you need, you can find on the RE webpage.

Backpack drive

Mass Intentions

The offering of Mass for particular intentions dates back to the early Church in the 2nd century. Find out more about the availability of a Mass Intention for your loved ones.

Fr. George publishes reflections, homilies, bible studies, and his musing over some topic that has caught his interest – mostly about the faith – but his interest are wide ranging!

Each weekday Mass our friars provide a short reflection on the readings for that day’s Mass.  Start your day out on a spiritual note. Check back daily for new content!

Ongoing Parish Ministries

St. Francis House

The St. Francis House mission is to serve the many needs of the low-income, disadvantaged families in the Eastern Prince William County.  Support our onging work. Find out more here!

Bill Mehr Shelter Support

Support our sisters and brothers in need right here in Prince William County. Volunteer or donate - find out more.

Adult Faith Formation

Ongoing programs for Adult Faith Formation: Bible Studies, spiritual groups, devotional groups and more. Want to know more? Review this and then contact Sheila Noble .

Diocesan Announcements and Events

Bishop Burbidge's Podcast

Join our Bishop for podcast #96In this week’s episode, he discusses Back to School, the Traditional Latin Mass, Nicaragua and more

Diocesan Events Calendar

Event listing include retreats, conferences, public Masses, fun events (e.g. Bush Gardens Day), days of prayers, and all kinds of events. Access the diocesan events calendar here.

Jubilarian Mass

Celebrating a Silver (1997) or Golden (1972) Marriage Jubilee this year?   Contact the Parish Office to register for the “2022 Mass for Jubilarians.” Learn more here.

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