• St Philip Catholic Church
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Mass Schedule

Regular Mass Schedule:

Saturday: 5:30pm


Sunday:
8:30am, 11:00am & 5:00pm


Sunday Spanish Language Mass:
1:00pm


Daily Mass: Monday through
Saturday:
9:00am


Daily Mass:
M, W, Th & F: 7:00am


Tuesday Evening Mass and Devotion to
St. Anthony:
6:30pm


Thursday Evening Spanish Language
Mass:
7:30pm

Additional Sacraments & Worship

Bishop Choby's Letter Addressing 'Yes' on 1



Online Giving
Mass of Remembrance

In the month of November, we remember those who have gone before us in faith. During the 5:00 p.m. Mass on Nov. 2, we will remember all of those who have died in the past year. 
Click here to read more.


St. Paul Street Evangelization

Therefore go make disciples of all nations baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.  - Matthew 28-19

St. Paul Street Evangelization is a ministry to respond to the Great Commission; the request  given by Jesus Christ to preach the gospel to all nations. 


St. Philip Night

Join the Fun & Fellowship of Saint Philip Night  on Saturday, October 25. The evening will begin at 7:00.


Men's Off Campus Retreat

Men of St. Philip are invited to the Men's Off Campus Retreat on Saturday, Oct. 18 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

 For more information contact Paul Saint-Jacques at (615) 305-6633 or paulstj@yahoo.com. 


Adult Faith Formation

“Mary, A Biblical Walk with the Blessed Mother”  is a Catholic bible study that will bring you on an extraordinary pilgrimage, revealing Mary’s unique role in in God’s Kingdom and in our lives.

No registration is required.  A study set is available but is not necessary to participate.

 

 The study will begin October 8 @ 6:30pm in the Activity Center. 


St. Jude Walk

St. Philip will have a team in the Nov. 22 St. Jude Children's Research Hospital's walk in Nashville. Sign-up to join the St. Philip Striders team or donate at http://bit.ly/1DAdmH2. St. Philip has a goal to raise $4000 for St. Jude. For more information contact Jeff Coleman at (615) 591-5421


40 Days for Life

40 Days for Life starts Sept. 24 and will continue through Nov. 2. For more information or to get involved contact Israel Cordero at israelcordero@aol.com


Book of the Month

Join the parish and Father Bala in reading the Book of the Month.
The current book is Forming Intentional Disciples by Sherry Weddell. Books are available in the St. Philip bookstore.


GriefShare

GriefShare is a special weekly seminar and support group for people who are grieving the death of a loved one. The group will be meeting at 6:30 p.m. in Confirmation Central at St. Philip on Monday nights. 

The session will be a 13 week scripturally based program. Each session will be composed of video presentation, a support group environment and a personal workbook. 

 

For more information contact Dave Bilger at (615) 479-9504 or david820@aol.com. 



Learning Center

The mission of St. Philip Learning Center is to provide a positive, nurturing environment

where our students will grow in social, intellectual, and spiritual development while

fostering a love for Christ and His Church. 


Welcome to St. Philip

143 Years of Worship and Service

It is the mission of Saint Philip Parish to bring together Catholics to form a faith community which will enhance the lives of its members through the celebration of the Eucharist, other sacraments and appropriate liturgical, educational and social programs and to be a vital part of communities in which we live. Historic St. Philip Catholic Church is located in downtown Franklin, TN. The church is named after the fifth Apostle, St. Philip.

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Bishops Assembly To Vote On Liturgical Items At November Meeting *** Bishop Pates to Ambassador Feingold: U.S. Bishops Remain Committed To Helping U.S. Government Promote Peace, Prosperity in Democratic Republic of the Congo *** U.S. Bishops to Vote for Conference Secretary-Elect, Chairmen-Elect of Five USCCB Committees at General Assembly in Baltimore *** USCCB Chairman Responds to U.S. Court of Appeals Decision *** USCCB General Counsel Submits Comments on Latest Version of HHS Contraceptive Mandate *** USCCB Chairmen Express Grave Disappointment toward Supreme Court’s Action *** U.S. Bishops To Meet November 10-13 in Baltimore, Hear Address of Archbishop Kurtz, Celebrate 225th Anniversary of Archdiocese *** USCCB Chairman announces observance of “Days with Religious” for 2015 Year of Consecrated Life *** U.S. Bishops Affirm Power of Prayer for Israeli-Palestinian Peace Following Pilgrimage to Holy Land *** Pope Names Bishop Blase Cupich as Archbishop of Chicago, succeeding Cardinal Francis George *** USCCB President Encourages Day of Prayer for Synod *** National Vocation Awareness Week, November 2-8, Calls Catholics to Greater Prayer, Awareness in How They Support Vocations *** Cardinal O’Malley Launches 2014-15 Program with Respect Life Month Statement *** Cardinal O'Malley: Government Report Confirms Bishops’ Concern on Abortion Coverage *** USCCB Chairmen and NCEA President Welcome Bipartisan, Bicameral Agreement Reached To Reform Child Care and Development Block Grant Program *** USCCB President Highlights Achievements of the Civil Rights Act; Calls for Unity and Respect of Human Dignity *** Mary Mencarini Campbell Named Executive Director of USCCB National Collections *** USCCB Chairman Applauds Federal Court Decision Upholding Marriage *** Pope Names Philadelphia Auxiliary Bishop Daniel Thomas as Bishop of Toledo, Ohio *** Celebrating the 50 Anniversary of the Civil Rights Movement: Then and Now *** Archbishop Kurtz Provides Initial Response to Revised HHS Mandate Regulations *** USCCB Committee on Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs Reasserts Commitment to Dialogue with Muslims *** USCCB President, Archbishop Kurtz, calls for a special collection for victims of violence in the Middle East *** Jewish, Christian and Muslim Religious Leaders Welcome Ceasefire, Call Urgently for Renewed Negotiations for a Two-State Peace Agreement *** Archbishop Kurtz to President Obama: Plight of Religious Minorities in Iraq Requires Increased Support ***