Mass Schedule

Saturday, March 28, Palm Sunday

➤ 5:00 PM – Mass (Blessing of Palms) English

Sunday, March 29, Palm Sunday

➤ 8:00 AM – Mass (Blessing of Palms) Spanish
➤ 11:00 AM – Mass (Blessing of Palms) English
➤ 7:00 PM – Mass (Blessing of Palms) Spanish

March 30, 31, and April 1 – Holy Week

➤ Monday March 30 – 8:15 AM – Mass
➤ Tuesday March 31 – 8:15 AM – Mass
➤ Wednesday April 1 – 8:15 AM – Mass

Thursday, April 2 – Holy Thursday

➤ 7:00 PM – Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper(Bilingual)

Friday, April 3 – Good Friday

➤ 3:00 PM – Divine Mercy Novena
➤ 4:30 PM – Live Stations of the  Cross in the Neighborhoods
➤ 7:00 PM – The Celebration of  the Lord’s  Passion

Saturday, April 4 – Holy Saturday

➤ 3:00 PM Divine Mercy Novena
➤ 8:30 PM – Easter Vigil (Bilingual)

Sunday, April 5 – Easter Sunday

➤ 8:00 AM – Mass (Spanish)
➤ 11:00 AM – Mass (English)
➤ 3:00 PM – Divine Mercy Novena
➤ 7:00 PM – Mass (Spanish)

We invite you to participate in our Ministries and outreach activities to give aid to those members of our community in need.  Please check our Events calendar if you’re interested in attending weekly services or our community activities.
Whether you’re new to the neighborhood or new to worship, our Catholic Family welcomes you with open arms.

Come Join Us

All are welcome at our house of worship located in historic, downtown McAllen.
306 South 15th Street
McAllen, TX 78501

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Immigrant Assistance

Please help us as we assist families and children in need.  Click Here or on the image above for information on how you can help.

Important Parking Information

Please click the image above or Click Here for important Parking Information. We ask for your patience as we all make accommodations for the relief efforts being offered in our parish hall and parking lot.

Lifted high on the cross, Christ gave His life for us, So much did He love us. From His wounded side flowed blood and water, The fountain of sacramental life in the Church. To His open side the Savior invites all men, To draw water in joy from the springs of salvation.–The Roman Missal

On the last day, the great day of the festival, Jesus stood and cried out: 'Let anyone who is thirsty come to me! Let anyone who believes in me come and drink! As scripture says, "From his heart shall flow streams of living water." ' –John 7:37-38

Come to Me all you that labor and are burdened, and I will refresh you. Take up My yoke upon you and learn of Me, because I am meek and humble of heart, and you shall find rest for your souls. For My yoke is sweet, and My burden is light.–Matthew 11:28-30