Saint Stephen Catholic Church

Sunday Schedule

Saturday

7:30 PM Solemn Latin Sung Mass (with Cantores in Ecclesia). The Saturday evening Mass is entirely in Latin, apart from the Readings, the General Intercessions, and the Homily.

Sunday

8:00 AM Low/Sung Extraordinary Form Mass – 1962 Missal. The 8:00 AM Extraordinary Form Mass is entirely in Latin, apart from the Homily, and uses the Roman Missal of 1962.  If you have an old missal, bring it along. However, missalettes and Mass books will be provided.

9:30 AM (First Sundays) Sung Lauds (Morning Prayer). We are celebrating sung Morning Prayer of the Church (Lauds) now on the first Sunday of the month. Lauds will commence at 9:30 am. It is a beautiful Office of praise to God at the start of the day. Next celebration will be at 9:30 am on Sunday, April 3.

10:00 AM Sung Mass. The 10:00 AM Mass is sung in English, with a mix of Latin and English chant.

Thank you to those who have volunteered to spend an hour in the church on Sunday afternoons so that we can keep the doors of the church open. If you would like to volunteer, please see Father John, Father Eric, Janis Roise, or email Shawn Natola (snatola@gmail.com). Even if you are not on the schedule, the church is open so that you as well as passers-by can visit with the Lord, truly present in the Blessed Sacrament.

Weekday Liturgy Schedule

Monday – Saturday

The basic schedule is as follows, but please check the Weekly Bulletin for the current week’s schedule.

Monday

7:30 AM Mass
6:45 PM Mass (Latin 1962 Missal)

Tuesday

7:30 AM Mass

Wednesday

7:30 AM Mass
6:45 PM (Latin 1962 Missal)

Thursday

7:30 AM Mass
6:30 PM Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and Confessions
7:00 PM Sung Vespers and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament

Friday

7:30 AM Mass

Saturday

8:00 AM Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
9:00 AM Mass
9:30 AM Sung Lauds (Morning Prayer)

Confessions

Saturday

9:30 AM – 10:30 AM
6:30 PM – 7:15 PM

Sunday

9:00 AM – 9:30 AM

Today’s Readings

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