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 Anticipatory:
5:00 PM

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


Capital Campaign

Our Faith, Our Family, Our Future Find out all the details of our campaign.

40 Hours of Adoration

Come pray with us before the Blessed Sacrament on November 28-30.

Santa Breakfast

Join us for a Pancake Breakfast, Christmas craft, and visit from Santa on Sunday, December 9!

Advent & Christmas

As we prepare for the Savior’s coming, join us for our special activities and Masses.

Immaculate Conception

Join us as we celebrate this Holy Day of Obligation on December 8.

Advent Mission

Join us as we discover That One Thing. Featuring Michael Gromley, this two-day event is set for December 17-18.


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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Marissa – Grapevine, TX

What we love about St. Francis is the family and community atmosphere. At St. Francis you can feel at home, raise your family and continue to be part of a community that serves God.

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St. Francis of Assisi Blog

Pastor’s Points: December 9, 2018

“Deny yourself.  Take up your cross.  Follow me.”  These words spoken by Jesus Christ to the young ruler in answer to his question of what he must do to gain eternal life form the foundation of our quest for salvation. 

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Pastor’s Points: November 25, 2018

Start thinking about ‘spiritual time’ rather than temporal time and mark it by the liturgical calendar. The Church preaches that ‘time’ is a precious commodity.  St. Jose Maria Escriva expressed it well when he said

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