Mass Schedule

Weekend Masses are at 5:30 PM Saturday and 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, and 12:00 Noon on Sundays. On the third Sunday of each month, a Spanish/English Mass is celebrated at the 12:00 Noon Mass.

Weekday Mass is generally at 7:30 AM, Monday through Thursday, with confessions immediately following.  Mass is also celebrated at 7:30 AM on First Fridays. A Communion Service is held on other Fridays.  This schedule is subject to change; the Event Calendar should be consulted.

Holy Day Masses vary and are published in the bulletin.

Other Sacraments

Confessions are heard Monday through Thursday after the 7:30 Mass, on Saturday at 4:00 PM, or by request.

For Baptism Instruction, please call the Parish Office to make arrangements. Baptisms are performed during Mass or at 1:15 PM on the Fourth Sunday of the month.

Flowers in The Church

The addition of flowers and floral arrangements in the church, while not a worship requirement, can enhance and beautify the worship environment. We welcome them at St. Aloysius with the following directives:

  • Flowers that are left after a wedding or funeral liturgy are placed in the worship space by parish staff so that they can be visible without impeding the movement of liturgical ministers (celebrant, communion ministers, etc.). Other floral/plant arrangements may also be placed in the narthex as an adornment.
  • Flowers from home gardens are welcome! The placement of such donations will be supervised by the parish worship environment and sacristy personnel. Some floral donations are incorporated into other arrangements to make them an appropriate size for the space. Donated flowers can be placed on a narthex table where they will be noticed, and dealt with, by a staff member.
  • A commercial floral arrangement given in honor of a family occasion such as an anniversary, birthday or memorial is also welcome. In order to avoid scheduling conflicts and other seasonal considerations, please check with the parish office when planning such a donation.
  • Usually floral arrangements and other eye-catching décor are avoided during the season of Lent. Lent is a penitential season and a time of restraint, even for the decorations in the church. That makes the celebration of Easter the more festive when it arrives.