Welcome to St. Philip Catholic Church


Youth Events Saturday, Oct. 23

Youth Service Day, 10:30am-1:00pm

Fr. Will and Sister Marie Benedict invite youth in grades 6 through 12 to our "Youth Service Day" on Sat., Oct. 23, from 10:30am to 1:00pm, with lunch provided. We will begin with pumpkin carving and games on the convent lawn (please bring your own pumpkin if you would like to carve one) and then move to Room 4/Youth Room in the church to "renovate" the space for future youth gatherings. Feel free to bring a friend!

Praise and Worship Holy Hour, 7:30pm

Families and youth are welcome to join local young adults for Adoration, praise and worship, in the church beginning at 7:30pm. Following Adoration, youth and families are invited to the Youth Room (Room 4) for refreshments, including roasted pumpkin seeds from our Youth Service Day. Feel free to bring a treat to share.


Vote: Our Sacred Duty

Bishop Michael F. Burbidge and Richmond Bishop Barry Knestout Pre-election Letter

Election Day is November 2, and early voting has already begun. Virginia voters will elect a governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general and all 100 members of the Virginia House of Delegates. Much is at stake, and it is our sacred duty to form our consciences and vote. 

May we join with Catholics across the commonwealth in voting for leaders committed to policy positions that uphold the truth reflected in our Catholic beliefs, most notably the protection of all human life, especially those in greatest need. We begin this process with prayer and reflection, standing upon the fundamental teachings of our Catholic Faith.

Use the hashtag #CatholicsVote in your social media posts this election season. Please pray before you vote on November 2.


All Souls Day Candlelit Mass Tuesday, Nov. 2

Candle Sales Online Now

St. Philip will again be offering a candlelit evening mass for All Souls Day. Please join us Tuesday evening, November 2, at 7pm, as we remember the dearly departed.

If you would like to reserve a candle for a loved one, they are available for a $10 donation. Candles are available in the Rectory Office Monday-Friday, 10am to 5pm, or order online at: stphilipsparish.com/AllSoulsCandles.

You can take the candle home with you at the end of the Mass or pick it up later in the church hallway. Please contact the office at (703) 573-3808 or stphilipsparish@gmail.com with questions.


Diocesan Pilgrimage Saturday, October 30

Join St. Philip's Trek to the National Shrine

Bishop Burbidge invites you to join him to mark this "Year of St. Joseph" at the diocesan Marian pilgrimage to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, October 30. This beautiful family event is free. Schedule and details here.

St. Philip will be getting a bus so we can go as a group. Watch this space for more details soon.


"40 Days for Life" through October 31

Join St. Philip in Weekly Rosary, Fasting and Pray to Stop Abortion

Help save lives by praying and fasting to end the injustice of abortion during the 40 Days for Life fall campaign, now through October 31.

  • On Sundays after the noon Mass, parishioners are invited to gather at the Angel Statue on the rectory lawn to pray a Rosary for life.

St. Philip parishioners are also praying at the Falls Church vigil site at 900 S. Washington St.

  • Fr. Will and St. Philip parishioners pray in front of the center Wednesday mornings at 9am during 40 Days for Life. St. Philip has also committed to praying in front of the site on Fridays at 5:30pm.

´╗┐Whether you participate on-site, at church or from home, please pray for respect for life during the 40 days. For more information go to 40daysforlife.com or contact Susan Migliore at 703-538-2143.


Take Note

Homilies Back on the Website

Homilies from the 10am Mass are back on this website. Go here for the list. If you missed a homily, you can also watch the full mass from 10am Sunday (English) and 2pm (Spanish).

Bishop Burbidge's Message on Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is National Domestic Violence Month. As the Body of Christ, we must stand ready to assist those who are being abused. Bishop Burbidge offers advice on how can we as Catholics help victims of domestic violence. Watch his video message or read the transcript here.

Support St. Philip By Supporting Our Bulletin

Pick one up after weekend Masses or read online here (updated online every Friday) and remember to thank our advertisers for supporting our parish.

Bishop Burbidge Releases "A Catechesis on the Human Person and Gender Ideology"

Read the full document here. | Download (English) | Download (en Español)


Our Faith Sacraments

Marriage in the Catholic Church

Sign up for the D2D newsletter

Catholic Diocese of Arlington

Prolife Ministry


Read This Week's Bulletin
 


Mass Schedule

Daily Mass

Monday - Friday: 8am and 7pm
Saturday: 8:00 am

Vigil Mass

Saturday at 5:30pm

Sunday Mass

8:00 am, 10:00 am & 12:00 pm in English
2:00 & 4:00 pm in Spanish

Bishops Has Lifted Dispensation from Obligation to Attend Mass


Masses Live on Facebook

Sundays

10:00 am (English); 2:00 pm (Spanish)


Confession Schedule

Sunday 1:30 pm
Monday 7:00 am
Tuesday 4:00 pm
Wednesday 7:00 am
Friday 8:30 am; 3:30 & 7:30 pm
Saturday 8:30 am & 4:00 pm

Also available by appointment.


Vespers (Evening Prayer)

Sundays

6 pm


Adoration

Every Friday

3 pm - 6:30 pm; 7:30-8:30 pm


First Friday Overnight Adoration

November 5-6

3 pm - 6:30 pm; 7:30 pm through 7:30 am Saturday
Sign-Up Coming Soon


Keep in Touch


Office Hours

Monday - Friday,
10:00 am - 5:00 pm


Scam Alert!


Catholic News and Perspective


 

Do NOT place content here! It will NOT appear on the website!