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  • Mass Times

    Parish Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday:  (closed for lunch)
    8:30 am-12:30pm  / 1:30pm-5:00 pm

    Tel. 281 391 4758   Fax  281 391 3978

    Weekend Masses:
       Saturday: 5:00 pm (English)
       Sundays: 7:30am, 9:00am, and 
       10:45am (English),
       12:30 pm,  and 2:15pm (Spanish),
       5:00 pm Youth Mass 

    Monday - Friday Masses: 
    6:30am (English, in the Chapel) and
    8:30 am (English, in the Church)

    On government holidays there is often no 6:30am Mass

    1st Saturday Mass:  8:30am
    Mass with the Anointing of the Sick
         (in English, in the Church)

    Tuesday Evening Mass: 7:00pm
         (in Spanish, in the Church) 

    Holy Days of Obligation:  Dates Listed
    7:00 pm Vigil Mass
    8:30 am, Noon, 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm

    Parish Nursery Open 
    (Childcare for ages 18mo-4yrs) during 9:00am, 10:45am, and 12:30pm Sunday Masses, in the Family Life Center


       Tuesdays: 5:30-6:30pm
       Saturdays: 3:30-4:30pm

    Perpetual Adoration:
       Mary's Chapel: 24 hours a day
       from 6:00 pm Sun - Saturday noon

    Eucharistic Benediction:
       Wednesday evening at 7:00 pm

    Rosary:   30 minutes before:
       8:30 am weekday Mass, and
       5:00 pm Saturday and
       7:30 am Sundays Masses


    First Saturday 8:30am in the Church

    The Sacrament of Anointing is the proper sacrament for those whose health is seriously impaired by sickness or old age. Through this sacrament the Church supports the sick in coping with their illness and continues our Lord’s work of healing. This sacrament is available during the Mass on the First Saturday of each month. The elderly, the seriously ill and those preparing for major surgery are urged to take advantage of this opportunity.

  • Want to Become Catholic?

    RCIA Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults

    Find Out How to
    Become Catholic!

    Evenings of Inquiry are
    held the 2nd Monday of Every Month
    in the FLC  Conference Room
  • Giving

    Capital Campaign Phase II

    Phase II of our Capital Campaign, to pay for the construction of our new Family Life Center, was a three-year campaign that runs through Dec. 2015. Parishioners are encouraged to continue to fulfill their pledges each month.  If you have not yet pledged, it is not too late to support this project.  We were able to avoid paying interest on a loan by borrowing money from other funds here at St. Bartholomew and we are using your pledge payments to replenish these accounts.

    More info & Pledge forms here. 

    Mas info y promesa aqui el formulario. 

    We have printed special "yellow" envelopes to be used for all Phase II pledge payments. Parishioners who receive envelopes in the mail from OSV will get a few of these special envelopes in their packet every other month.  If you need more, or if you are not signed up for OSV envelopes, additional "yellow" envelopes are available in the Narthex or at the Parish Office.  Using these special envelopes for your pledge payments will make it easier for us to record and track donations to Phase II of our Capital Campaign.

    If you make a Phase II donation without a yellow envelope, please write your parish ID# and the words "Capital Campaign" on the memo line of your check.

    Make your giving easier by signing up for automatic payments through www.parishpay.com.  It is easy to set up.  Select "register" underneath LOGIN and search by zipcode 77493.  Use the St. Bartholomew - Katy account for regular giving and second collections, and for Phase II of our Capital Campaign. Create a username and password.  You can make changes later as needed.  (PLEASE do not use The Pray Grow Give account, it was for Phase I pledges.) 

    Have You Run Out of
    Contribution Envelopes?

    We no longer give out boxes of envelopes from the office, instead, pre-printed contribution envelopes are mailed directly to parishioners, from the company "Our Sunday Visitor".  Please call the parish office to be added to this mailing list.  We are currently updating this list and DELETING the names of parishioners who are not using their envelopes regularly. If you find that you are no longer receiving envelopes and would like to be put back on the mailing list, please call Diana at the parish office, 281-391-4758 ext. 410. 

    Fund Designation is Important!

    When you intend for your contribution to go into a specific fund, such as the Capital Campaign or Building Fund, or for a special collection, please mark your intention on your contribution envelope or check.  If we cannot determine which fund you intended, there may be a discrepancy in your contribution statement. 

  • Parish Council

    St. Bartholomew's Parish Council invites your  Comments & Suggestions
  • Upcoming Events

    ALL Extraordinary Ministers
    of Holy Communion

    are asked to attend a special meeting regarding changes in procedures
    Wednesday September 24th
    at 7:30 pm in the Parish Hall


    Support Group for those

    Separated or Divorced
    Mondays,  at 6:00pm
    in PC Room 207


    Sign Up for Bible Study
    and Apologetics Classes

     Through the end of August 
    Check the Bulletin for Details

    CCE Classes Begin
    Sunday Classes Have Begun
    Wed. / Thurs. Classes
    Begin Sept. 17th and 18th 

    Class Rosters are posted
    on the REC doors & HERE


    Social Club Fall Opener
    Kick-Off Pizza Party
    Saturday, Sept. 20th
    in the Family Life Center

    Join the Fun for adults 21 and up, Nursery provided by RSVP
    For more info contact Dawn

  • Clergy


    Fr. Wayne Wilkerson, Pastor

    Fr. David Garnier,
    Parochial Vicar

    Deacon William Wagner,
    Pastoral Assistant

    Deacon Art Chin-Fatt,
    Director of Liturgy

    Deacon Michael McGuire

    Deacon Gordon Robertson 

    Deacon Rolando Garcia
    Dir. of Hispanic Ministries

    Deacon Humberto Carrasco
    Hispanic Ministry,
    Dir. of Maintenance