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Burritos are Back for October!

Order your burritos until Oct 22nd for pick up on the 25th!

Mass & Confession Times

Weekend Mass Times

Saturday (incense free) 4:00 p.m.; Sunday 7:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m.,

11:45 a.m. (Español)

Confession Times

Saturday from 3:00-4:00 p.m.; Sunday from 11:00-11:45 a.m.
or by appointment
Confessions are in the Reconciliation Room next to the Federal Avenue doors. Please wear your mask.


All are invited to daily Eucharist in the main part of the church, Monday-Friday at 7:45am. Use the South Entrance of the church.

During this time of COVID-19, Morning and Evening Prayer is not open to the public.

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Our Story

St. Dominic Catholic Church is dedicated, through powerful preaching, the Sacraments, and our worship of God, to help you find healing and to chase after holiness. Through our community, we strengthen those in need and welcome those who are lost and broken. And through our ministry both in our parish and in our community, we grow as servant leaders and follow Christ’s own example of service to the poor and the stranger. Together, through the encouragement of the Holy Spirit, we can change the world and help to bring the Kingdom of Heaven one step closer.

Christ has called you to be the light of the world. Together we can and will shine with God’s own light. Become part of our story. Read more about what makes St. Dominic different than other parishes.

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Mass Times: Sat: (Vigil, Incense free) 4pm, Sun: 7:30a, 9:30a (English), 11:45a (Spanish) Mon-Fri: Mass at 7:45am in the Church Confessions: Sat 3-3:45pm or 11-11:30am Sunday morning and by appt
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Our monument sign is advancing! This is not just a sign, but a preaching and invitation into the preaching of the Good News!
This is an artist's rendition of what the sign will look like compared to what we have finished up to now:

To Praise, To Bless, To Preach

“Laudare, benedicere, praedicare” – Dominican Motto