• St Philip Catholic Church
  • St Philip Catholic Church

Mass Schedule

Regular Mass Schedule:

Saturday: 5:30pm

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

Sunday Spanish Language Mass:

Daily Mass: Monday through

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

Tuesday Evening Mass and Devotion to
St. Anthony:

Thursday Evening Spanish Language

Additional Sacraments & Worship

Online Giving

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.

Mission Honduras

Have you ever felt called to serve others in need? Come and learn more about the St. Philip mission trip to Honduras at either of the the two informational meetings.The meetings will be held on:

+Thursday, Sept. 25, from 6:30 to 7:30 in MR105
+Sunday, Sept. 28, 3:00 to 4:00 in the Parish Conference Room.

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.

Women's Faith Sharing

The Women's Faith Sharing group will be meeting on Thursday mornings in the Meeting Room at 9:45 after daily Mass. Please bring a dish to share. The group will be discussing a new book written by Immaculee Ilibagiza: Left to Tell: Discovering God's Amidst the Rwandan Holocaust. It is available in the St. Philip Bookstore.

Cursillo Weekends

Cursillo: An opportunity to experience Christ

September 18-21: Men's English

September 25-28: Women's English

October 2-5: Men's Hispanic

October 9-12: Women's Hispanic 

For more information about Cursillo contact Holly Moore at (615) 719-1784 or ciaobella112@comcast.net

Adult Faith Formation

"What Does the Mass have to do with the Bible"
The adult formation study group will be meeting in the Activity Center at 6:30 on Thursday evenings. All are welcome to join at anytime throughout the 6 weeks.  For more information, contact Allison Revetta at allierubba@yahoo.com or (615) 545-1742. 


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. 

Emergency Team

Are you available? We want to re-energize the Emergency Team so that we are prepared to provide aid to those who may need it. 

Find Out More About Electronic Contributions

You can now make your donations online

St Philip Catholic Bookstore

Have you checked us out?

Stop in, browse our shelves and enjoy a visit to the best (and only) Catholic bookstore in Franklin!


St. Philip Youth news



Our History

Our history


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 *** Jewish-Catholic Dialogue Pledges to Build Peace, Understanding Between World’s Faith Communities *** 2014 Labor Day Statement Focuses on Unemployment Among Young People *** Bishop Pates Asks Bishops, Parishes to Offer Special Prayer on August 17 for Peace in Iraq *** Pope Names Seminary Rector from Stamford, Connecticut, To Head Ukrainian Eparchy of St. Josaphat in Parma, Ohio *** National Religious Retirement Office Gives $24 Million to Orders in Need *** USCCB Chairmen Strongly Endorse the Inclusion Act *** Cardinal O’Malley Presents 2014 People of Life Awards to Exemplary Pro-Life Leaders *** USCCB Communications Sends Over 1,200 Donated Bibles to Unaccompanied Minors Detained in Arizona *** Bishop Pates Urges National Security Advisor Rice to Provide Humanitarian Assistance, Work With Other Governments to Stop Violence in Iraq *** Bishop Pates Urges National Security Advisor Rice to Provide Humanitarian Assistance, Work With Other Governments to Stop Violence in Iraq *** Bishop Pates Urges National Security Advisor Rice to Provide Humanitarian Assistance, Work With Other Governments to Stop Violence in Iraq ***