Welcome to St. Philip Catholic Church

 

Health and Safety Procedures at St. Philip

Under current Virginia and Fairfax County regulations designed to slow the spread of Covid 19, you must practice social distancing practices while inside St. Philip buildings. This includes the church, meeting rooms, restrooms and all public spaces, at all times. The regulations require wearing a mask, maintaining at least 6 feet between non-family members, and not congregating in groups before or after Mass or other events. Anyone who does not observe these requirements will be asked to leave the building. Groups that do not observe these restrictions will have their meeting privileges revoked. Thank you for your observance of these important health and safety procedures.

Summer Public Mass Schedule

Daily Mass

  • Monday - Saturday, 8am
  • Monday - Friday, 7pm

Weekend

Friday, July 10-11

  • Mass: 8am
  • Confessions: 8:30am & 3:30pm
  • Mass 7pm
  • Confession and Adoration: 7:30pm
  • Overnight Adoration: 7:30pm to 7:30am Sign up here

Saturday, July 11 (regular schedule)

  • Mass: 8am
  • Confession: 8:30am & 4pm
  • Saturday Vigil Mass: 5:30pm

Sunday, July 12

  • Mass (English): 8am, 10am and 12 noon
  • Communion Services: 11:15 & 11:45am (outdoors)
  • Confessions: 1:30pm
  • Mass (Spanish): 2pm
  • Mass (Spanish): 4pm
  • Communion Service: 5:15pm (outdoors)

Please Note: Bishop Burbidge will maintain the dispensation from attending Sunday Mass and Holy Days of Obligation throughout the Diocese until further notice.


Take Note

Bishop Burbidge Encourages Everyone to Particupate in the 2020 Census

Find more information in English and Spanish.

Statement on St. Philip Early Childhood Center

St. Philip Parish has recently had to make a very difficult decision regarding the Early Childhood Center. Weshare this decision here with a heavy heart. In this month of the Sacred Heart, we ask that you join us in entrusting all our endeavors – past, present and future – to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, confident that He will bless us at St. Philip Parish.

Baptisms

In spite of the disruptions of the past months, we are still conducting Baptism classes – via Zoom or phone – and we are doing Baptisms. If you would like your child (0-7 years old) baptized, just call the rectory and either Kim or Sandra will get back to you with details on the preparation process. Children 7 years and older have their baptism preparation in our Religious Education Program. For details on that, contact Mrs. Pamela Copley, Director of Religious Education.

Pick Up Your New Weekly Bulletin

When you come to church this weekend, pick up a print version of the new Bulletin in the vestibule. (Please take your copy with you.) You can also get it online here (updated every Friday). If you or your business would like to be part of this new publication and get noticed in our bulletin, now is the time to reserve your space. Contact our bulletin representative, Marsha Haney, at 941-445-0778 (direct) or mhaney@jppc.net to be part of the new and improved publication. And don't forget to support the local businesses that support St. Philip by advertising in our Bulletin!

Class on Vocations

Here is something to consider: a Class on Vocations assembled by Mrs. Pam Copley, our Director of Religious Education. Mrs. Copley has gathered various videos and testimonials coupled with discussion questions to help young people discern God's call. While ideal for families with teenagers or for young adults, it would benefit everybody seeking to know more about vocations, whether to marriage, priesthood or religious life.

Knights of Columbus Membership

The Knights of Columbus - the largest lay men's organization in the Church - invites you to join our council. Although we are living through tough times, the Knights have streamlined the membership process and have scheduled virtual ceremonies to welcome you to our order. Meetings (both virtual and in real) are on the 3rd Monday of the month at 8pm. For further information, please email Terence J Smith, Grand Knight, at tjmorrill@hotmail.com.

Formed: Free Catholic Content for the Whole Family

Have you signed up for your free Formed.org account? Formed has movies and videos, online books, podcasts, Bible studies, material for children, all with a Catholic view, in English and Spanish. You can watch it on your computer, phone, or smart TV. Go to Formed.org to sign up for your free account.

Mass Intentions

Our priests are saying Masses for your intentions every day. If you would like a reserve a day for a Mass Intention, please call the Rectory at (703) 573-3808 and leave a message for Kim at ext. 11 and she will contact you with information on available dates. We have many dates available. These daily Mass Intentions are posted on our Facebook page.


Our Faith Sacraments

Marriage in the Catholic Church

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Catholic Diocese of Arlington

Prolife Ministry

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Mass Schedule

Daily Mass

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

Vigil Mass

Saturday at 5:30pm

Sunday Mass

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


Masses Live on Facebook

Sunday

10am (English); 2pm (Spanish) 


Confession Schedule

(English and Spanish)
Sunday: 1:30pm
Monday: 7am
Tuesday: 4pm
Wednesday: 7am
Friday: 8:30am, 3:30pm & 7:30pm (with Adoration)
Saturday: 8:30am & 4pm


Keep in Touch


Friday Adoration

Following the Friday 7pm Mass
 

First Friday Overnight Adoration

July 10-11
Sign up here


Office Hours

Monday - Friday, 10am - 5pm


Spiritual Communion Prayer

To be prayed when you cannot attend Sunday Mass

My Jesus, I believe that You are present in the Most Holy Sacrament of the altar.

I love You above all things, and I desire to receive You into my soul. Since I cannot at this moment receive You sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart ...

I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You.
Amen

Un Acto de Comunión Espiritual

Creo Señor mío que éstas realmente presente en el Santísimo Sacramento del altar.

Te amo sobre todas las cosas y deseo ardientemente recibirte dentro de mi alma; pero, no pudiendo hacerlo ahora sacramentalmente, ven al menos espiritualmente a mi corazón.

Y como si Te hubiese recibido, me abrazo y me uno todo a Ti; Oh Señor, no permitas que me separe de Ti. Amen.


 

 

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