Holy Day Schedule

Friday, December 8 - the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception - is a Holy Day of Obligation.

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Mass Schedule

Schedules for Mass, Adoration, Confession and Office hours


Online Bulletin

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New Church Project

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Be Watchful! Be Alert!

12-03-2023  |  Fr. Manasseh Iorchir, VC

Welcome to a new Liturgical Year, “Year B.”

Welcome to the First Sunday of Advent, the Season during which we await the commemoration of the First Coming of Jesus, as well as prepare for His Second Coming. Whether it is the individual Second Coming, which will happen when each one will experience the separation of our mortal bodies from our immortal souls, or at the general Parousia when Christ comes again to reunite our bodies once more with our souls and call all humanity to Judgement; the Season of Advent reminds us of the need to stay spiritually alert and active, not in fear but in joyful anticipation of the restoration of our truest nature, our Sonship in the Kingdom of God.



Baptism Class

Parents and godparents, join us in the St. Benedict Conference Room (Annex 1).


CPR and AED Training

In the SJB Multipurpose Room

Learn live saving skills to serve our parish community and your family!


Celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Come and celebrate with us this Bilingual Mass on Tue, Dec 12 at 7:00pm in the St. John Bosco School multipurpose room (16035 S. 48th St., Phoenix).

St. Benedict, Where All are Welcome

St. Benedict Catholic Church is a welcoming and vibrant family of believers located in the Phoenix community of Ahwatukee in Arizona. We are a Catholic faith community that recognizes the face of Christ in all and we respond with our lives. Our growing community is made up of members from all walks of life and we value our diversity. Our motto, “Where All Are Welcome,” stems from the belief that every person is a treasured child of God. Whether you’re new to the neighborhood or searching for a new place of worship, we hope you’ll find a home in St. Benedict Catholic Church.