Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos Parish

Francis Xavier Seelos Parish
Mass Time

Sundays 8 AM & 10:30AM

     @ Prodisee Pantry (9315 Spanish Fort Blvd.) 

Wednesdays 8:30 AM at Steinway Piano Gallery

Thursdays 8:30 AM at the Women’s Health Center

 

Ash Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020
6:30 PM (Prodisee Pantry, 9315 Spanish Fort Blvd)

 

 

 

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Fr. Jim Cink wants to invite you to attend Mass online at 9:00 am on Sunday.  If you want to participate send your email address to jennifer.evelyn.moore@gmail.com.  Instructions detailing how to join will be sent to you via email. 

Hope to see you each Sunday.  Praying that all of you are well!

 

Videos of Fr. Cink’s past Sunday Masses:

BFXS Online Mass - Sunday 05.03

BFXS Online Mass - Sunday 04.26

         Mass Photos 04.26

BFXS Online Mass - Easter Sunday 04.12.2020

BFXS Online Mass - Palm Sunday 04.05.2020

BFXS Online Mass 03.39.2020

 

**If you or a loved one is sick, let Fr. Cink or Theresa West know of your need.

 

You may reach Fr. Cink at 251-288-4500 or jcink@mobarch.org.  Theresa West may be reached theresabertagnolliwest@yahoo.com

 

God bless you and those you love.

 

 

UPDATED March 27, 2020: In accordance with updated guidance from the Archdiocese of Mobile, all public masses, meetings, and devotions are suspended through April 18, which will include suspension of Easter masses.   

Even though we will not be able to assemble together at Mass (see Archbishop Rodi’s statement), we can be united in Christ Jesus and pray that this illness might pass over us. 

Prayer for Protection and Healing:

Lord Jesus, you came into the world to heal our infirmities and to endure our sufferings. You went about healing all and bringing comfort to those in pain and need. We come before you now in this time of illness asking that you may be the source of our strength in body, courage in spirit and patience in pain. In this Lenten Season, may we join ourselves more closely to you on the cross and in your suffering that through them we may draw our patience and hope. Assist us and restore us to health so that united more closely to your family, the Church, we may give praise and honor to your name.

Amen.

 

 

Please see our new Digital Resources for COVID-19 page. 

 


Our Pastor

Fr. James Cink

jcink@mobarch.org

251-288-4500

 

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Many Thanks to our Gracious Hosts!

Many thanks to our gracious hosts at Prodisee Pantry in Spanish Fort!

Prodisee Pantry is a faith-based, non-profit community ministry providing emergency food and disaster relief. They have provided over 110,000 Baldwin County families with assistance in times of need and crisis.