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.


Weekend Masses

Nursery available at all masses except 8am.

Saturday Vigil:
5:00 PM

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


Pray for Vocations

Join us in prayer on April 22 for World Day of Prayer for Vocations!

YC Banquet

All youth (7th through 12th grade) and their parents and families are invited to join us Saturday, May 12!

VBS Registration

Participant and volunteer registration is open for our annual VBS, set for June 18-22!

Scholarship Opportunities

Graduating seniors are invited to apply for several scholarships. Deadline is May 6.

Blood Drive

Join the Knights of Columbus on the morning of Saturday, May 5 to donate blood!


Aaron – Southlake, TX

My conversion has been filled with facts, truth, compassion, and love. God is love. St. Francis of Assisi is full of love. RCIA is full of love. I am blessed to have a heart full of love, and I thank all of you, from my overflowing heart.

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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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Edie – Grapevine, TX

Although the parish has changed over the years … it’s becoming a place for our Catholic faith to be nourished and our parish community to be more knowledgeable, faithful and stronger than ever.

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St. Francis of Assisi Blog

How People Drift Away From Our Church

Meet Susan. Susan is a 75 year old widower who’s considered herself Catholic her whole life, even though her and her husband stopped attending church twenty years ago. Last year after the death of her husband a friend invited her to attend a weekend retreat called...

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Our Role in the “Great Commission”

Evangelization. I think sometimes this word scares us as Catholic Christians. Maybe it’s because we think it means standing on a street corner with a sign saying “Have you been saved?” Or possibly we envision having to talk to an atheist co-worker about Church and...

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It Starts At Home

Working in youth ministry for the past few years has been an eye-opening and amazing experience. It’s been beautiful to see the work that goes into a youth night, summer event, the spiritual growth in one of our youth, or the “complete 180” someone has in their...

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