We, the people of Saint Philip Catholic Church, as disciples of Jesus Christ, joyfully celebrate the Eucharist as a community and share and proclaim the Word of God to our neighbors.

Welcome to Saint Philip Catholic Church. If you’ve been searching for a dynamic faith community filled with love — where no one is a stranger — your search is over. Located in the heart of Historic Downtown Franklin, Tennessee, our multicultural parish has an abundance of offerings for all people, young and old, wherever they are in their faith journey.

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St. Philip Catholic Church

113 Second Avenue South
Franklin, TN 37064

Sunday Masses Main Church:

Saturday: 5:30pm
: 7:00am (bilingual), 
8:30am, 11:00am & 5:00pm
Sunday (in Spanish): 1:00pm

Daily Masses in Original Church:

Monday-Friday: 7:00am
Monday–Saturday: 9:00am
Tuesday Evening: 6:30pm (followed by Devotion to St. Anthony)
Thursday Evening (in Spanish): 7:00pm

Holy Days

9:00am & 6:30pm: English
8:00pm: Spanish

Reconciliation (Confession)

Thursday (in Spanish): 6:00-7:00pm
Saturday: 4:00-5:00pm (except the day of Easter Vigil) or other times by calling one of the fathers.
Guide to Confession
Examination of Conscience

Morning Prayer:

Monday through Friday: 8:30am in the Adoration Chapel in the Main Church

Do you have trouble hearing during the Mass?
Saint Philip has hearing assistance devices available. Ask any usher for assistance with devices.

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