"The Lord sent me to bring glad tidings to the poor
and to proclaim liberty to captives." -Lk. 4:18 

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Bienvenidos! Para Español

Our faith community and I, Fr. Francis are delighted that you and your family have chosen Saint Francis Xavier Parish as your place for worship. Saint Francis Xavier, S.J. (Society of Jesus) showed a great zeal for missionary work, and just as him we strive to follow on the footsteps of such a great preacher and evangelizer for the Malaysians.

We welcome you as Christ! Whether you are a member or a visitor, we pray that you find Christ among our brothers and sisters in the faith and trust that the word of God would stir your heart to actively listen and be prompted to action for the greater glory of God.  


As members of St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church, we are a multicultural community guided by the Holy Spirit and the Catholic Church. Our family of faith leads a Christ-centered life to enrich our world through sacrament, worship, service, and hospitality.

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ADVENT – Jesus is Coming

November 29 through December 24

Advent is the beginning of the Church’s liturgical year, encompassing the four Sundays (and weekdays) leading up the celebration of Christmas. The catechism of the Catholic Church says the goal of Advent is to make present for ourselves and our families the “ancient expectancy of the Messiah … by sharing in the long preparation for the Savior’s first coming.”

 “Advent has a two-fold character, for it is a time of preparation for the Solemnities of Christmas in which the First Coming of the Son of God to humanity is remembered, and likewise, a time when, by remembrance of this, minds and hearts are led to look forward to Christ’s Second Coming at the end of time. For these two reasons, Advent is a period of devout and expectant delight.” (Universal Norms on the Liturgical Year and the General Roman Calendar)

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Fr. Bijoy has resumed in-person mass. There is a 9:30 am English and 11:30 am Spanish mass with the following restrictions:  

  • A mask must be worn at all times during the mass
  •  A safe distance of 6 feet must be maintained

The Archbishop is recommending the elderly and people with underlying conditions to stay home.  The dispensation from weekly Mass remains. See the Archdiocese of Santa Fe website for additional guidance.

Please pray daily, prayer card written by Archbishop Jose Gomez. English | Spanish 

Daily mass offered on your EWTN television station.

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