MASS & RECONCILIATION SCHEDULE – Last Updated: May 19, 2023
This schedule is subject to change, kindly check our homepage (www.carmelmission.org) for any updates prior to coming to the Mission.
Important Updates –
- Indoor Mass: Our weekend Masses are now held inside the Basilica. Outdoor seating will be available, weather permitting.
Everyone is encouraged to wear a face covering while indoors, unvaccinated individuals are required to wear masks.
Entrances to Mass are located at the Front Lot and Parish Lot.
Saturday Vigil Mass
Every Saturday, 5:30 pm in the Basilica.
Every Sunday, 9:00 am in the Basilica.
Every Sunday, 11:00 am in the Basilica, with choir.
Daily Masses – Blessed Sacrament Chapel
Every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 12:00 pm
Our Weekly Masses are streamed every Sunday at 9:00am, and are available thereafter.
Click to View our Video Masses
St. Francis of the Redwoods –
St. Francis of the Redwoods is currently open.
Click this link for more information.
Sacrament of Reconciliation –
Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) will be at the Parish Parking lot on Saturdays – 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Mass Parking and Entrances
Indoor Mass in the Basilica and Forecourt
Those that are attending our Basilica Masses, such as the Saturday Vigil Mass and the Sunday Mass at 9:00 am, will continue to enter Mass via the Visitor’s Gate and Parish Gate into the Basilica and Forecourt.
If you require any assistance, please let the attendant know. It is best to arrive early to allow us to accommodate accessibility needs.
Front Parking Lot: There are 9 designated accessible parking spots near the entrance of the Basilica Forecourt.
Parish Parking Lot: There are 6 designated accessible parking spots near the entrance to the Central Courtyard.
Noon Masses are celebrated every Wednesday, Thursdays, and Friday in Blessed Sacrament Chapel at 12:oo pm, noon.
Blessed Sacrament Chapel
The Blessed Sacrament Chapel is open on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 12:00 pm for our Daily Mass.
Doors opens 15 minutes prior to Mass and closes immediately after Mass.