|Saturday 6 PM
Sunday 10 AM
Monday NO Mass
Tuesday 8 AM
Wednesday 6:00 PM
Thursday 6 PM following
4 PM-5:45 PM Adoration
5:30 PM Liturgy of the Hours
Friday 8 AM
Stations of the Cross Friday 7PM
First Saturday 8:00 AM
See Calendar for Holy Day Schedule
First Thursday: Anointing of the Sick
Second Thursday: 10 AM Mass
at Granger Villa
Third Thursday: 10 AM Mass
at Bartlett Will o Bell
Reconciliation: Thursday 4:30-5:30 PM
Saturday 5:15-5:45 PM
The mission of Ss. Cyril & Methodius Catholic Church is to carry out the teachings of Jesus Christ and the traditions of the Catholic Church under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. We dedicate ourselves to providing spiritual nourishment through the celebration of the Word, the Eucharist, and the Sacraments; building faith, building lives through religious and academic formation of children and adults at Ss Cyril and Methodius Catholic School and Parish Religious Education Programs; welcoming all, supporting one another in prayer, and striving together to build the Kingdom of God; and assisting those in need: both our local and universal Church.
The 1st Saturday Bible Study group invites all of the faithful to a Bible Celebration on April 11th from 11:00AM-1:30. We will have snacks, Praise and Worship music, and a final session of the Gospel of Matthew presented by Jeff Cavins. This session DVD recaps the Book of Matthew 24 week study. If you have always wanted to know more about God and his Holy Word, come join us for this special day.
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Do you have a desire to deepen your faith through learning God's Holy Word? Then please take a moment to answer the some questions to help us determine which classes to offer and which times most convenient.
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Pictured above are most of SSCM's volunteers at the ordination of the Austin
Diocese's Auxilary Bishop, Daniel E. Garcia.
SPRING CLEANING? – The SSCM Mission to McAllen would love to have any clothing items you no longer use for the Central American refugees fleeing violence and seeking asylum in the United States. Most needed are backpacks, men and boys clothing, women’s bras, belts- both men and women’s, warm clothing like coats and jackets, any size, and hats/scarfs/gloves, rosaries, etc. To see the entire list please go to this web address: Catholiccharitiesrgv.org. This list is also posted on the church’s bulletin board. Thrift store purchases are also appreciated.
Know that you are blessed when a refugee steps on the bus looking forward to starting a new life with your clothes on their backs! Our next and last trip for a while will be in early April. Am now taking names of those interested in going to see firsthand what these donations mean to the refugees. Will decide on exact date according to peoples schedules. For more info, please call Deborah Spanel at 979-571-0461.
The Williamson County Museum is a rich source of history for this area including our parish. The following link has an interesting article and pictures of our past. We are very appreciative that the museum has made this resource available to us.
(You can also find information about Granger and surrounding areas on the website.)