Welcome to St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church

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We’re building a Church of missionary disciples in Grapevine, TX by preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ and reaching the poor.

MASS TIMES

Weekend Masses

Nursery available at all masses except 8am.

Saturday Vigil:
5:00 PM

Sunday:
8:00 AM   •   10:00 AM  (Interpreted for the Deaf)
1:00 PM  (En Español)   •   4:30 PM

EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

40 Hours of Adoration

Join us for Adoration
November 29th to December 1st

Taizè Prayer

A candle-lit, mediative & ecumenical prayer experience
Thursday, November 16 | 7pm

Prepare a Place

An Advent Retreat Led by Fr. Flynn
Saturday, December 2 | 11:30 – 5pm Mass

Children's Christmas Choir

Leading Music at the
4pm Christmas Eve Mass

Christmas Concert

December 10, 2017 | 7:30 pm
Featuring the Choirs of St. Francis

Testimonies

Frank – Grapevine, TX

There isn’t one specific encounter I could narrow it down to, for me it’s just paying attention to the movement of the Holy Spirit, and striving to open my eyes to Christ living in everyone around me.

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Dawn – Grapevine, TX

When my husband, Reid, and I got married in 2014, we had no idea what the Lord would have for our lives, but were ready to take on this new vocation of marriage with Christ at our center.

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Janette – Flower Mound, TX

Being a part of this community has nurtured our marriage, our children, and our faith.  Through participation in different ministries, Tim and I continue to discern how to follow God’s plan.

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St. Francis of Assisi Blog

Clear Path of Discipleship [video]

This is a presentation from our first annual Leadership Summit. Edmund Mitchell, Director of Evangelization and Catechesis, presents on our parish vision for “The Clear Path of Discipleship” and how leaders of our parish can support and join this vision.

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Pastor’s Points: November 12, 2017

We should be especially thankful for those times when we have been truly tested in our resolve to live the Life of Christ in our lives and to remember how difficult was His passion and death, which He endured for us.

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