Mass Times

Weekday Masses

  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 8 am
    Thursday, Friday 7:15 am
  • All Masses at St. Raphael during COVID-19 pandemic
  • Masks required, observe social distancing guidelines, and follow seating instructions

Weekend Masses

  • Saturday 5 pm
    Sunday 7:30, 9, 11 am, & 5 pm
  • Social distancing maintained; follow seating instructions
  • Face coverings required (masks available at entrance)
  • Temperature will be taken at entrance
  • Contributions can be placed in pillars near baptismal font
  • Sunday 9 am Mass available to watch live on Facebook, YouTube & the Media/Live webpage; listen live on 1490 AM WOSH
  • If watching online or listening on the radio, when it comes time for communion, you can make an Act of Spiritual Communion using this prayer. Remember: No Catholic is required to receive Holy Communion during this pandemic.
  • Listen to a recording of the homily on our Podcast: iTunesSpotify


Additional remote access options for Mass can be found here.

When Masses resume as normal, these are the typical Mass times:


Saturday

5 pm

 

Sunday

7:30, 9*, 11 am

5 pm Labor Day–Memorial Day

*9 am Mass broadcast live on 1490 WOSH AM every Sunday

 

Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday

8 am at Franciscan Courts

across the street from St. Raphael

 

Thursday & Friday

7:15 am in St. Martin Chapel


Special Mass times listed below Holy Hour.

Holy Hour

St. Raphael hosts a Holy Hour of Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament every month. Everyone is welcome to join at any time during Adoration and can stay for any amount of time, whether it be 5 minutes or a full hour. Holy Hour of Adoration is the first Thursday of the month from 3:30–5:30 pm.


Upcoming Holy Hours:

September 3, October 8, November 5, December 3


Please wear a mask and follow social distancing guidelines and seating instructions when attending Holy Hour.

The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Friday, August 14

6 pm


Saturday, August 15, 2020

This Mass will be livestreamed

9 am

 

This is not a Holy Day of Obligation in 2020 because the 15th falls on a Saturday.

All Saints' & All Souls' Day

All Saints' and All Souls' happen every year on November 1 and 2, respectively. All Saints' Day is a Holy Day of Obligation. We typically also have a Mass of Remembrance.


Mass of Remembrance

For those who have died this past year.

2020 Date & Time TBD


All Saints' Day - A Holy Day of Obligation

Sunday, November 1, 2020

7:30 am, 9 am, 11 am, 5 pm (regular Mass times)

Also Saturday, October 31, 5 pm (regular Mass time)


All Souls' Day

Monday, November 2, 2020

Time TBD

Thanksgiving

St. Raphael holds a Thanksgiving Day Mass every year. Bring your bread and wine to be blessed, just don't forget to take them with you after Mass!


Mass time below is typical Mass time and is subject to change. Check back as the day nears.


Thursday, November 26, 2020

9 am

Immaculate Conception

a Holy Day of Obligation

Mass time below is typical Mass time and is subject to change. Check back as the day nears.


Tuesday, December 8, 2020

7:15 am

6 pm

Ash Wednesday

February 17, 2021:

7:15 am

12 pm

4:15 pm

5:30 pm

6:45 pm


Times subject to change.

Palm Sunday & Holy Week

Holy Days of Obligation

Palm Sunday Weekend: March 27-28, 2021: A Holy Day of Obligation

5 pm Saturday

7:30, 9, 11 am & 5 pm Sunday


Holy Thursday: April 1, 2021

7 pm

8 pm Adoration & Night Prayer

*No 7:15 am Mass


Good Friday: April 2, 2021

1 pm & 7 pm

*No 7:15 am Mass


Holy Saturday/Easter Vigil: April 3, 2021

8:15 pm

*No 5 pm Mass


Easter Sunday: April 4, 2021: A Holy Day of Obligation

7:30 am, 9 am, 11 am

*No 5 pm Mass

Anointing of the Sick Mass

Typically a Tuesday Mid-June at 6 pm

Not scheduled for 2020 due to pandemic


This Anointing Mass is for those in danger of death from sickness or old age, those with a grave illness, or for those scheduled to have serious surgery.


Reconciliation is offered from 4:30–5:30 pm Tuesdays as well.

Summer Memorial Masses

The summer memorial Masses offer all parish families the opportunity to participate and pray for our family members and friends who have moved on to life with Jesus Christ in heaven, even if they do not presently have loved ones in a particular cemetery. Prayers and participation in these Masses is a powerful witness to our Catholic faith in a life beyond death with Christ.


Bring lawn chairs and plan to visit the graves of loved ones. Rescheduled Masses due to bad weather will be announced in the bulletin. If anyone has any questions in advance, please feel free to call the cemetery administrator at 920-379-6482.


Services are held at either Riverside, Sacred Heart, or Calvary Cemeteries. Presiders change with each service. 


Not scheduled for 2020 due to pandemic