Downtown: Saturday Vigil 5pm | Sunday 7:30, 9:30, 11:30am & 5pm
Westside Chapel: Sunday 8:30 & 10:30am (Vietnamese Mass 2nd Sunday 1:30pm)

Adoration: The best time you will spend on earth!

You are invited to the St. Joseph Chapel for Eucharistic Adoration 24/7. Will you sit for an hour each week with Jesus?
We also hold a weekly Holy Hour to pray for our priests on Wednesdays, 5:30–6:30pm. Each week includes a variation of prayers from the rosary, Divine Office, and silent meditation–all centered on praying for our priests, specifically our pastor and parochial vicars, past and present. This is a great opportunity to make Eucharistic Adoration a priority in your spiritual life this Lent, even if you’re unable to commit to a specific weekly time. Come join us in prayer every week, alternate weeks, or as often as you can!
Click to view the Adoration schedule and sign up for a Holy Hour.

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VBS 2019

Registration is now open for VBS 2019, June 24–28. Click to sign up!

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Brother Francis: The Mass 

This animated video helps explain to children the beautiful significance of the parts of the Mass. The video is 30 minutes in length, and is perfect for young audiences.

How this FORMED me: As a FAITH catechist for 2nd and 3rd graders, I always look for interesting and fun ways to share our faith with my students. I wanted to make sure my students really understood the Mass, reminding them why we go to church to celebrate Jesus Christ, our savior, our personal hero who left His Father in heaven to sacrifice His life for us. The video helped the children in my small group tremendously to understand each part of the Mass in a fun and engaging way. Watching the video, students also learned about key people who help celebrate the Mass, the liturgical colors, sacred vessels, and the “Parable of the Publican and the Sinner”. The explanations in the video are perfect to help younger audiences grasp the significance of each action we respectfully perform in the Mass from the moment we bless ourselves walking into church, to Father’s final blessing and dismissal to go forth to be examples of God’s love.  – Kelly Smith

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Click to read Fr. Jim’s homily from the weekend.

The Abuse Crisis

Find out what the archdiocese is doing about it.


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Featured Upcoming Events

FPU Alumni Gathering

April 27 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Moms’ Group

May 1 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am


Catechesis of the Good Shepherd

See how the Atrium can help kids learn about their faith and come to know God in a truly wondrous way.


Dedication Mass

Highlights of the Mass for the Dedication of a Church with Archbishop Sartain following the extensive renovation of our worship space.