Holy Ghost Catholic Church
"TO BE HOLY AS WE ARE CALLED TO BE To know and serve God and His people with humility and love, therefore promoting unity within the parish and the broader community."

Mass Times

Saturday Vigil Mass:
4:00 pm English

First Saturday Mass 8am

Sunday Mass Schedule:
8:00 am English
9:30 am Bilingual
11:00 am English
1:00 pm Spanish

Weekday Mass Schedule:
Tuesday - Friday 8am (Friday with School)

2017 Lenten Schedule

Lenten Fridays  

8am    Mass and Stations of the Cross

4-5pm   Adoration

5pm   Stations followed by Mass in English

5:50 - 7pm   Soup Supper

7:30pm   Spanish Stations of the Cross

 

Palm Sunday   April 9, 2017   Regular Sunday Schedule

 

Triduum Schedule

Holy Thursday   April 13, 2017   6:30pm Mass of the Lord's Supper

Good FridayApril 14, 2017  3pm English Service       7pm Spanish Service                                         Divine Mercy Novena starts after English Service  -  on your own.                                                                         All Parish Offices Closed on Good Friday

Holy Saturday   April 15, 2017     8pm Easter Vigil Mass

Easter Sunday   April 16, 2017   Regular Sunday Schedule

Easter Monday   April 17, 2017   All Parish Offices Closed

Inclement Weather

Holy Ghost Parish Offices go along with APS on bad weather delays and closures. When snow and freezing are bad, please look to these resources for information. On the internet look at aps.edu or kob.com or 770kkob.com  (school delays and closures are on their home screen). You may also listen to KKOB 770am for updates. When there is a delay, our offices will open at 10am. When there is a closure, our offices will close for the day and daily Mass and all scheduled meetings are cancelled. If you have questions, please contact the parish office at 265-5957.

Are You A Registered Parishioner?

We welcome you and your family to register as an active member of Holy Ghost Parish. To do this, you may come by the parish office during office hours and complete a registration form, you may pick up a registration form in the gathering space of the church or you may click on this link for a registration form. Holy Ghost Registration Form  Please print out the form, complete it and return it to the parish office. If you have any children over the age of 18 in your household, it is recommended that they register independently to begin their adult records.
It's an unfortunate thing sometimes when people come into the office and we have no record of them being members of our parish. Sometimes, they have been attending Mass and think that alone would qualify as being registered. Sometimes, they are kind enough to put in occasional donations during Mass. Unfortunately, this alone does not register them in the parish. Only completion of the registration form gets you recorded as a member of Holy Ghost Parish. To maintain your membership on our parish roster, it is important to be "active" via your donation records and/or by your ministry service. 
                                We welcome all practicing Catholics in our area to join our Holy Ghost family.    
If you have any questions, please call us at 505/265-5957. Thank you.

 

 

 

Saint Vincent de Paul

Our Saint Vincent de Paul Office is located at 929b Arizona SE. SVDP offers assistance with food. If you need a food assistance referral, call the Saint Vincent de Paul Clearinghouse at 346-1500 ext. 4. All food will be distributed by first obtaining a referral through the Clearinghouse.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Saint of The Day

St. Margaret of Clitherow

St. Margaret Clitherow was born in Middleton, England around the year 1555 to a protestant family. Margaret was known throughout the town for her wit and good looks, and in 1571 she married John Clitherow, and together they bore two children.Several years after her marriage to John, Margaret was introduced to the Catholic faith, and converted. She was a zealous defender of Catholicism and hid fugitive priests in her home. Eventually, Margaret was turned in to the sheriff and tried for the crime of harboring Catholic priests.While Margaret was on trial, many efforts were made to encourage her to deny the Catholic faith, but she held firmly. Finally, Margaret was condemned to be pressed to death upon sharp rocks. She was executed on March 25, 1586. Pope Paul VI canonized Margaret in 1970.

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