Sermon for Sunday, 19 March 2023

YouTube livestream for 19 March 2023

Lectionary Bible Study for 19 March 2023

Holy Rosary - Joyful Mysteries

Holy Rosary - Sorrowful Mysteries

Holy Rosary - Glorious Mysteries

Stations of the Cross

St. Francis is located on Walnut Hill Lane in Northwest Dallas between Marsh Lane and Midway Road.

3838 Walnut Hill Lane
Dallas, Texas 75229
(click for map)

Church Office: 214-351-1401

Special Notices

The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is broadcast on Youtube on Sundays (10:15am) and carried on our FaceBook page. Contact the Rector if you would like a visit for home communion. We are using the 2019 Book of Common Prayer. On Saturdays, the Rosary is prayed at 9am and confessions are heard from 9:30--10am or by appointment. The church is also available to our parishioners at any time for private prayer. The nursery is staffed from 9:15 to 11:30 am on Sundays.

Click here to Pray the Daily Office (2019 BCP).

Learn more about the Prayer Book with The Scriptural BCP!

Position open for Music Director - click here to learn more.

Notice of Special Events (Google Calendar):

Fridays in Lent Stations & Benediction at 6:30pm on March 3, 10, 17, 24, 31

Funeral for Don Shirk is Saturday, March 18 at 11am

No daily Mass on Saturday, March 25 (Rector away at diocesan altar guild)

Service bulletins: Sunday, March 19, and the Missa Penitentialis Mass Setting

Chant tutorials: Missa de Advento, Missa MarialisMissa Penitentialis

Stations of the Cross: video link and printable booklet.

Video Link - Rector's Ramblings, Sermons, and Teachings

Interested in membership? Contact the Rector at

Regular Weekly Schedule


Low Mass 8:00 am
Church School 9:00 am - September through May
High Mass  10:15 am


No services


Low Mass 9:15 am
Vestry (second Tuesdays at 7:00 pm)


Low Mass & Anointing of the Sick 9:30 am
Lectionary Bible Study 10:30 am


Low Mass 12:00 pm


Mass (Extraordinary Form) 9:15 am


Low Mass 8:15 am
Rosary 9:00 am

Confessions 9:30--10:00 am

The Daily Office is prayed about 15 minutes before Mass on Tuesday through Saturday.