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13 May

Weekend Mass Sign Ups

You must indicate the number of family members, including yourself, who will attend so that we can adhere to the limit allowed inside the church.

Please be aware that the 11 am and 1:30 pm Sunday Masses will be live-streamed.


Sign ups are not required for our weekday Masses, but we will still observe a capacity limit of 180 people. All of our daily Masses will begin at 10 am and will be live-streamed. Our Thursday 10 am Mass will be in Spanish; we will not have an English Mass that day.


2 Nov

Book of the Dead

Due to COVID-19, we have not placed our hard copy of the Book of the Dead in the Gathering Space of the church this month. Instead, we invite you to submit the names of your deceased loved ones who have passed away anytime between November 2019 and November 2020 here. We will remember them in a special way at our All Souls’ Day Mass at 10 am on Monday, November 2. This form will be open until Sunday, November 1, 2020.

Submit a Name

20 Sep

Adult Faith Formation Registration

Adult Faith Formation began on September 20 and 22, but it is not too late to register to attend. The Sunday class is at 10 am, and the Tuesday class is at 4:30 pm. These classes are being conducted online via Zoom until it is safe to meet in person again.

We are studying Bishop Robert Barron’s latest presentation on the seven sacraments of the Catholic Church. There is far more to the ancient rites of the sacraments than meets the eye. In this follow up to The Mass, Bishop Barron looks at the great sacraments of the Church in all their theological depth, spiritual effects, and pastoral promise.

There is no cost to register to attend Adult Faith Formation. If you wish to order the study guide, you must order it directly from Word on Fire. If you have any questions, please contact Larry Perry at lperry@sfasat.org.

Register Now

Sunday 10:00 AM Class Invitation
Tuesday 4:30 PM Class Invitation

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09 Sep

Prayer Service for Racial Justice

Fr. Tony Vilano and the parish staff of St. Francis of Assisi pray for racial justice.

You can find more resources from the USCCB at https://www.usccb.org/committees/ad-hoc-committee-against-racism.

The readings used for this prayer service are as follows:

Isaiah 11:1-10

Psalm 146:6-7, 8-9, 9-10

1 Corinthians 13:1-13

Luke 10:25-37

To make a donation to St. Francis of Assisi, please go to https://giving.parishsoft.com/App/Giving/stf4201237.


26 Mar

Online Giving

St. Francis of Assisi depends on the parishioner support and generosity of the weekend offertory contributions. Your continued financial support is needed for the financial obligations of the Church. You can continue to support the Church by mailing in your contributions, by making an online contribution, or by clicking the “Giving” button in our parish app. Your continued support is greatly appreciated.


If you have not set up online giving with us, you can also use this alternative online giving link from the Archdiocese of San Antonio. All proceeds will come to our parish. Please be sure to select St. Francis of Assisi – SA – San Antonio.