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St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Community

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Mass & Confession

Confessions – Sat 4:00 pm

5:30 pm (Saturday Vigil)*
Sunday: 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00
12:30 pm (in Spanish)*
and 5:30 pm

* live streamed

Readings for Mass

Readings for Sunday Mass, Holy Days, and everyday

Live Stream

Sundays and Holy Days

Advent and Family Fun Activities

From youngest to oldest there is something for everyone.

Upcoming Parish Events, Ministries, and Opportunities

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Holy Day Mass Schedule

The Solemnity is a Holy Day of Obligation. A Vigil Mass (Dec 7th) will be celebrated at 7:30 pm (live streamed). On December 8th Masses are at 8:45 am and 5:00 pm in English, and 7:30 pm in Spanish. Want to know about the origins of this Solemnity? Click here.

Advent Reflection Series

Amidst the hustle and bustle that fills the month of December, take some time for yourself. Take spots here and there from your daily routine and invest in your faith and preparations for Christmas. 
Contact Sheila Noble for more information.

ENGAGE for Advent

Let us deliver engaging Advent content right to your email inbox – content for Sundays, feast days, Saints, and short reflections to let you prepare for the coming of the Lord. A pause in the day to grow closer to the Lord. Sign up now!

Men's Fellowship

The parish is re-forming a ministry for the men of the parish. The focus of the ministry will be providing a time and place for men to come together in fellowship to share their concerns and thoughts about issues of faith, family, friendship, and whatever touches on our lives. Interested? Find out more here.

Christmas Giving Tree

St. Francis of Assisi parish has supported the Un-Trim-A-Tree Program for more than 18 years. As well as gift items, this year we will also provide monetary donations to Birthright, Project Rachel and Gabriel, and Catholic Charities’ Migration and Refugee program. To learn more, click here.

Amazon Smile

The holidays are coming – just do your thing. And if it happens to include using Amazon, then you need to shop via AmazonSmile. This is perhaps the easiest ways to raise funds for the parish and the school. The AmazonSmiile program will donate 0.5% f your purchases to the parish.Find out more here.

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 #82 – In this week’s episode, Bishop Burbidge updates us on the Eucharist, threats to religious freedom, Thanksgiving, other upcoming events and more!

Diocesan Events Calendar

The quick and easy way to find out about upcoming events within the diocese. Event listing include retreats, conferences, public Masses, fun events (e.g. Bush Gardens Day), days of prayers, and all kings of events. Access the diocesan events calendar here.

Bishop's Advent Message

The Season of Advent invites us to remember God’s promise to send a Savior and his faithfulness to that promise.

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