733 James I. Harrison Jr. Parkway East - Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35405

Welcome

Welcome to Holy Spirit Catholic Church of Tuscaloosa!

We are a faith community centered in Jesus Christ, empowered by the Holy Spirit to proclaim God's love and the Gospel message through word and action to all.

HOLY SPIRIT CATHOLIC CHURCH

  • Father Salomon will join us on July 6, 2021. He will work primarily with the Hispanic community.

Located at

733 James I Harrison Jr Pkwy 

Tuscaloosa AL 35405

205-553-9733

Mass Times

Holy Spirit Catholic Church
Saturday -- 5:00pm -- Vigil Mass
Sunday -- 8:45am & 11:00am
Sunday -- 1:00pm -- Misa en Espanol
Weekdays -- 6:45am

Confessions will be heard from 4:00-5:00pm each Saturday and from 2:15-3:30pm each Sunday. There will be an English speaking and a Spanish speaking Priest during both confession times. Confessions may be heard by appointment if necessary.

Please visit this page and our Facebook page often for updates.


St. John the Baptist Catholic Church
Mass is suspended until further notice.

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Bishop Chairmen Call on U.S. Senate to Retain Longstanding, Bipartisan Pro-Life Policies 

WASHINGTON - On Tuesday, the chairman of the U.S. Senate's Committee on Appropriations released the text of several appropriations bills which, like their House counterparts, currently exclude several longstanding, bipartisan provisions like the 46-year-old Hyde Amendment and the Weldon Amendment. Eliminating these provisions would force taxpayers to pay for elective abortions and would have the effect of forcing health care providers and professionals to perform and refer for abortion against their deeply-held beliefs, as well as forcing employers and insurers to cover and pay for abortion.

Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan of New York, chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) Committee for Religious Liberty, and Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann of Kansas City in Kansas, chairman of the USCCB’s Committee on Pro-Life Activities, issued the following statement:   

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National Vocation Awareness Week Encourages Dioceses to Foster Vocations in Their Local Communities

WASHINGTON – The Catholic Church in the United States will celebrate National Vocation Awareness Week, November 7-13, 2021. Dioceses across the U.S. will hold events to foster an appreciation for all vocations and pray specifically for those discerning a vocation to ordained ministry and consecrated life.

In his message for the 58th annual World Day of Prayer for Vocations, Pope Francis offered St. Joseph, the foster father of Jesus, as a model for vocational discernment. “Amid all these upheavals, [St. Joseph] found the courage to follow God’s will. So too in a vocation: God’s call always urges us to take a first step, to give ourselves, to press forward. There can be no faith without risk. Only by abandoning ourselves confidently to grace, setting aside our own programmes and comforts, can we truly say “yes” to God,” he said, and exhorted the Church to look to St. Joseph as an “outstanding example of acceptance of God’s plans.”

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President of USCCB Welcomes the “Synod on Synodality” Convoked by Pope Francis as Diocesan Consultation and Dialogue Phase Begins

WASHINGTON – In May 2021, Pope Francis invited the global Catholic Church to gather and reflect on communion, participation, and mission within the Church. The two-year process of listening and dialogue is themed, For a Synodal Church: Communion, Participation, & Mission being referred to as the “synod on synodality,” which the Holy Father officially opened with Mass at Saint Peter’s Basilica on October 10. This past weekend, dioceses throughout the world began the next phase of the synod which includes consultation and dialogue at the diocesan level. Using a preparatory document and questionnaire to guide the discussion from the Holy See’s synod office, this phase runs through April 2022.

Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) expressed solidarity with Pope Francis and the universal Church on the embarkation of the synod saying, “The Holy Father has called for the local churches to hold inclusive consultations with the People of God as part of the synod. We face a challenge after over a year of being physically distanced within our communities because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This synod is an opportunity to meet the immense and important request of the Holy Father to engage in dialogue to better understand our call to holiness and feel the responsibility to participate in the life of the Church.” He continued, “Outreach, communication, support, and encouragement are vital in order to be missionary disciples. As is with the nature of the synod, I hope we will learn as we ‘journey together,’ and I pray that the process will enrich and guide the future path of both the local Church as well as the universal Church over the course of the next two years, and beyond.”

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