Mass & Confessions

Due to renovation projects in the church that started January 9, 2023, the Saint James Catholic Church weekday Mass schedule will change temporarily until renovations are completed. We will post updates as they occur.

During the restroom renovation period (early January 2023 through late March 2023), there will be no public restrooms available for use in the Church. The closest restrooms will be in Monsignor Heller Hall, across the street from the school, accessible through Door 14. The bathrooms will only be available during the noon Mass and weekends due to school safety.

  • The Monday through Friday (including federal holidays) Weekday Mass Schedule Starting January 9th will be as follows:
    • 6:30am in the Church
    • 8:15am in the Church (time changed from 8:30am to 8:15am)
    • Noon in Monsignor Heller Hall

Click here to go to the Confessions schedule which will not change during renovations.

Mass Schedule


  • 5:00pm Vigil (Saturdays)
  • 7:30am
  • 9:00am   
  • 10:30am (Livestream)
  • 12:00 noon 
  • 2:30pm (En Español) (Livestream)
  • 7:00pm

Weekday (See temporary changes at the top starting January 9th)

  • 6:30am
  • 8:30am  
  • 12:00 noon

Federal Holidays (See temporary changes at the top starting January 9th)

  • 6:30am
  • 8:30am

Saturday Mornings

  • 8:30am

Holy Days of Obligation

The Holy Day of Obligation schedule may vary slightly (particularly on Christmas Eve and Christmas). We will note changes here when the schedule is different.

  • No Vigil
  • 6:30am
  • 8:30am
  • Noon
  • 4:00pm
  • 7:30pm


For Holy Week, April 3-8, visit Lenten and Holy Week 2023 page for the Confessions schedule.

“Confessing to a priest is a way of putting my life into the hands and heart of someone else, someone who in that moment acts in the name of Jesus. It’s a way to be real and authentic: we face the facts by looking at another person and not in the mirror.” Pope Francis

  • Wednesdays and Thursdays
    • 7:00pm-8:00pm
    • During Lent 2023, Wednesday Confessions will be 6:30pm-8:00pm
  • Fridays
    • 11:00am-Noon
  • Saturdays
    • 3:30pm-4:30pm
    • 6:30pm-7:30pm

The Sacrament of Reconciliation gives us the opportunity to express our sorrow for our sins and to become reconciled in our relationship with God. It provides spiritual healing as well as the grace to do the work necessary to mend relationships that have been damaged by our sins. It helps us to forgive; for once we are forgiven, we can forgive others more easily. It strengthens our resolve to resist sinful patterns in our lives.