St. Francis Xavier Parish
 Phone: 508-775-0818
FAX: 508-771-5940
stfrancis@sfxhyannis.org
Welcome to St. Francis Xavier Parish
347 South Street, Hyannis, MA - 02601 - Office: 21 Cross Street, Hyannis, MA 02601        

Roman Catholic Church in the Diocese of Fall River, MA
NORMAL OFFICE HOURS:  Monday - Friday - 8:30 - Noon
but the office is not open, at this time, to foot traffic. If you would like to book Masses, call the office or email us at stfrancis@sfxhyannis.org and we will accommodate you, if possible.
Masses at the Sacred Heart Chapel, have been reinstated following the normal Mass times on Saturday at 4PM and Sunday at 8AM.  
The Church will be open daily, from dawn until dusk. 

Adoration will take place from Noon until 3 PM, daily, Monday through Friday. On First Fridays, Adoration will take place beginning after 8:30 AM Mass until 8:30 AM on Saturday, unless there is a Funeral on First Friday. At that time, Adoration will begin after the Funeral Mass.
 Fr. Michael: 508-737-0575
Fr. Marcos celebrates weekday Masses in Portuguese, as well. 

Masses are:

Monday and Wednesday at 6AM and 7PM

Thursday at 6:30PM

Friday at 6AM

All are welcome to attend.
Keep the Faith...! 

Our prayers are with you all, during this difficult time. 

Thank you and God Bless.
Masses will take place at 8:30 AM, daily, Monday through Saturday.
No reservations are needed.
You will receive instructions as to receiving the Eucharist. 
BISHOP DA CUNHA
 AND 
REGIONAL BISHOPS 
TO LIFT 
SUNDAY AND HOLY DAY MASS DISPENSATION

Bishop Edgar M. da Cunha, S.D.V., and regional Catholic bishops have together decided to inform the Catholic faithful that the dispensation of the Sunday and Holy Day Mass obligation will be lifted on Father’s Day weekend, June 19-20. 

 The bishops saw Father’s Day weekend as an appropriate time to encourage Catholic faithful, especially families, to return to the Sunday celebration of the Eucharist, the center of every Catholic life. 

 The obligation does not apply to those who are ill, recently exposed to COVID-19 or other communicable illnesses, those confined to their homes or other facilities for various reasons, and those who are not able to be vaccinated for specific reasons. 

 The full official release of the bishops’ statement will be posted on The Anchor website at anchornews.org and the diocesan website, fallriverdiocese.org.