Welcome to St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church

We invite you to join our parish family virtually through this time.
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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. 


 Weekend Masses

Currently, public Masses are being held at all normal times abiding by social distancing and 25-50% capacity guidelines, with overflow also available in the FLC as needed. All details »

Saturday Anticipatory:
5:00 PM

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


Statement on COVID-19

Read Fr. Sojan’s latest updates on what our parish is doing to prioritize the health and safety of our parishioners.

Catechesis Registration

Children’s Catechesis (PK-6)
Middle School (7-8) & High School (9-12) Young Church
Registration opens Sunday, July 19

Introducing "SFA Online"

Stay connected to your parish family and rooted in the peace of Jesus. Daily meditations, weekly videos and more!

Outreach Assistance

Find out how you can help our Outreach Ministry provide emergency food assistance to those in need.

Pastoral Letter on Racism

Read Bishop Olson’s Pastoral Letter regarding the Church’s teaching on racism and social order. 

Capital Campaign

Join the Recommitment Initiative as we strive to fund phase 2 to build the St. Dominic Savio Formation Center. 


Keith and Jolee – Grapevine, TX

Keith and Jolee – Grapevine, TX

The things I found were tremendous which led me to put Christ at the center of my life … I am very fortunate to have a church and a community such as this; a church I can point to and call home.

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David – Euless, TX

David – Euless, TX

Many, many times my fears would melt away while at adoration. The calming and powerful physical presence of Christ would let me know to trust in Him, things will be OK.

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MaryBeth – Flower Mound, TX

MaryBeth – Flower Mound, TX

When we moved to the area, we went to several different churches. We call it the Goldilocks effect – St. Francis was “just right.” The people, Father B, the church building was perfect and continues to be.

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