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Mass Times

St. Brigid's San Diego Mass Times

Masses at Saint Brigid Parish will resume Monday, June 8. 

The heart of our Catholic identity is the Eucharist. With that in mind, the first step on our pathway forward is to welcome the community back to Mass, while following the necessary social distancing and hygiene guidelines. Please note, however, our Bishop will continue to dispense all Catholics from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass for the foreseeable future. Highlights of our reopening plan include:

  • Our Mass schedule will stay the same.
  • Holy Communion will be distributed in the form of consecrated bread alone, and only in the hand.
  • Parishioners will be expected to wear a face covering and maintain a 6-foot distance from other people.
  • Come early, people will be seated on a first come, first serve basis.
  • Ways to serve:
    • Consider serving as a Ministry of Hospitality, if interested, contact Debbie.
    • Contribute online - text LoveOneAnother to 555888 or give online
  • Reopening Resources:
  • We know some will want to return with caution, so opportunities for remote worship include watching our Sunday Mass livestreamed, beginning Sunday, June 14 or visit our Mass at Home page for other ideas and resources.

Weekend Mass Times 

  • Sunday Masses: 7:30, 9, and 11 am, 5:30 pm 
  • Saturday Vigil: 5:30 pm 
  • Weekday Mass: 7:30 am Monday - Saturday 

Can't join us for Mass or heading out of town? 

Are you not able to join us for Mass but are looking for other ways to participate?  See details below:

  • Read the Scripture readings from Mass
  • Watch Mass on TV - EWTN - Direct TV channel 370 - Sunday Mass at 5 am, 9 am, and 9 pm and Spectrum channel 460 - Sunday Mass at 5 am, 9 am, 4 pm, and 9 pm
  • Listen to Mass on the radio - Relevant Radio San Diego 1000 AM (formerly Immaculate Heart Radio) Daily 5:30 pm (Monday - Saturday); Sunday Mass 5 pm
  • Heading out of town and want to know where to attend Mass while you are away? Visit Catholic Mass Times or PARISHESonline or the Catholic Directory to find a parish nearby.

Elements of the Catholic Mass 

Have you or your family and friends ever had questions about the Mass?  What are all those signs and symbols? Who says the Mass is boring? What is the priest wearing? Explore some or all of these questions in 31, three to five minute videos that help all to appreciate the beauty of the Catholic Mass. The first video - The Meaning of Liturgy is below.  For a complete list of all episodes including helpful study guides, click here.