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  • What's New

    WEATHER ALERT Wednesday, March 4th.
    Due to inclement weather all parish events this afternoon and evening are cancelled, including Mass, Parish Mission and Religious Education classes.

    Thursday, March 5th Mass and Eucharistic Adoration are cancelled. Thursday afternoon and evening events are dependent upon the weather.

    Women's Lenten Morning of Prayer

       Saturday, March 7, 9 AM

    Book Drive - drop off in Narthex thru 3/29/15

    More Lenten Schedules & Events

    New Parish App Launched


  • Mass Times

      Saturday: 4 PM,   
      Sunday: 7:30, 9:30, 11:30 AM; 5:30 PM

      Monday: 12:15 PM
      Wednesday: 6:30 PM
      Thursday: 6:30 AM
      Friday: 9 AM

  • Office Hours

    Monday-Thursday: 9 AM-12 Noon; 1:30-5 PM
    Friday: 9 AM-1 PM
    Saturday: 3:30-5:30 PM
    Sunday: 7:30 AM-12 Noon; 5-6:30 PM

    In case of bad weather involving ice and/or snow, our policy is if LISD closes, the parish also closes and events are cancelled.

  • General Parish Info

    Main parish phone:  972-436-9581
    Main parish fax:  972-436-5302
    General e-mail:  office@stphilipcc.org

    1897 West Main Street, Lewisville, TX 75067

  • Devotions

    Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
    Thursday, 7-11:30 AM
    Wednesday Holy Hour, 7-8 PM

    Tuesday, 3 PM in the Chapel
    And before all Masses

  • Confession

    Saturday, 3 PM preceding 4 PM Mass

    Wednesday, 5 PM preceding 6:30 PM Mass

    Or by appointment; call parish office.


  • Building Project

    If you have suggestions or ideas, or would like to be involved in the planning process of moving St. Philip to a larger campus, please send an e-mail to building@stphilipcc.org.

    Click here for information as events and plans unfold.

  • Today's Readings

  • Fr. Barron's Lent Reflections

    • We’ve mentioned before how Moses and Elijah represent the Law and the Prophets, but there is more to their appearance at the Transfiguration than just a symbolic
  • Word on Fire