Welcome one another, therefore, just as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God.
Parish Office: 123-456-7890
1234 Church Street
City, ST 49494
Visiting for the First Time?
Whether you are on vacation, meeting up with friends/family, or looking for a new parish, we want to make sure you feel welcome and at peace!
When is Mass?
Weekend Mass Times:
8:00 am, 10:00 am
Daily Mass Times
Monday – Friday:
For the holiday Mass schedule, please click here.
How long is Mass?
While we never want to limit this glorious sacrament, we know that you may want to plan your day around Mass.
Daily Masses are typically 45 minutes.
Weekend Masses are typically 1 hour 15 minutes.
When is Confession?
Confession (also known as Penance or Reconciliation) is offered 45 minutes before every Mass or by appointment.
To make an appointment, call the parish office at 123-456-7890.
Where do I park?
There is a parking lot located behind the church, on the north side of Church Street.
Just in case you miss it, you can go around the block and get to it!
Where are the parishes offices and when are they open?
The parish offices are in the smaller building and share the same parking lot with the church.
There is signage on the grounds that will help point you in the right direction.
The parish offices are open Monday through Friday, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
You can also call the parish office at 123-456-7890.
We welcome everyone and will always have a seat for those that are curious!
How will I know what to do?
There are hymnals that contain prayers, readings, and songs are available in the pews. These hymnals will also include a section (in the first few pages) that will give a guide on when to sit, stand, kneel, and respond.
Don’t worry, even the most comfortable Catholics use this every Sunday, so you won’t stick out.
If you are not comfortable or cannot use these postures, feel free to remain seated.
Can I take communion/eucharist?
Communion, or Eucharist, in the Catholic Church is the most intimate expression of our faith. We believe that the bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ while other Christian denominations view communion as a symbolic gesture. If you are not a practicing Catholic, we ask you to refrain from receiving the Eucharist. We invite you to proceed forward in the communion line with your arms folded over your chest to receive a blessing. Some non-Catholics prefer to remain in their pew which is also acceptable.
How do I become Catholic?
Please visit our RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults) page to learn more about becoming Catholic or call the parish office at 123-456-7890.
How do I learn more about being Catholic?
We would love to answer your questions!
Click here to fill out a contact form that will go directly to our priest! He can answer your questions or set up a time to meet with you and discuss.
If you prefer to make an appointment over the phone, contact the parish office at 123-456-7890.
Have More Questions?
Fill out our contact form below or contact the parish office at 123-456-7890