Our Worship is Catholic

We are a community of the Roman Catholic Church, so any Catholic may attend mass with us. Each of our liturgies may sound somewhat different, as they incorporate the Anglican Patrimony, but are fully approved Roman Catholic liturgies. 

Our liturgies are found in Divine Worship: The Missal. Learn more about Divine Worship: The Missal here.

To learn more about the Sacraments of the Catholic Church visit the USCCB website, or contact Jonathan Erdman, especially if you are interested in receiving the sacraments through our community.

We continue in the Anglican Patrimony

"Anglican liturgical patrimony is that which has nourished the Catholic Faith, within the Anglican tradition during the time of ecclesiastical separation, and has given rise to this new desire for full communion" 

Mgr. Lopes (now our bishop)

Beauty of Language

Just as music adorns and elevates prayer, so too our liturgies use language, rythm, and cadence similar to the Books of Common Prayer, and our Mass is a form of the Roman Rite.
  • Shares the Holy Days of Obligation with the American Calendar

  • Following Epiphany: Sundays after Epiphany

  • Septuagesima: Three Sundays prior to Ash Wednesday

  • Ascension: Either celebrated on Thursday or Sunday

  • Octave of Pentecost/Whitsunday

  • Sundays in Summer: Sundays after Trinity Sunday (one Sunday less than the Roman calendar)

  • Christ the King as last Sunday of the Liturgical Year

  • Additional Memorials in the US for British Catholic Saints (eg. Blessed John Henry Newman, St. Margaret Clitherow, Martyrs of England and Wales)

  • Chair of Saint Peter raised to a Solemnity

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Liturgy & Sacraments

The Holy Mass in the Ordinariate Form is celebrated every Sunday at 3 p.m. 

Confessions are heard Sunday from 2:15 - 2:45 p.m.

Please join us in celebrating the Sacred Mysteries!