Mass Schedules

350 East 4th Street
Eureka, MO 63025

Weekdays: 7:30am

Saturday: 5:00pm

Sunday: 7:00, 9:00, 11:00am

Holy Days: Please CLICK HERE.


Saturday: 4:00-4:45pm
By appointment - Anytime


First Friday of the month beginning Thursday evening at 7 pm all night until 7:30 am morning

Mass resuming at 8:00am closing with benediction at 2:30 pm
(Summer months ending at 7:30am.)

Link to Archdiocese of St. Louis




  • 2014 Advent & Christmas Schedule

    2014 Advent & Christmas Schedule

    Maranatha Prayer Services Wednesday’s at 7:00pm Held in Church. Advent Confession Opportunities Wednesday’s following Maranatha at appx 7:30pm Saturday’s from 4:00pm – 4:45pm Held in Church. St. Nicholas Concert Thursday, December 4th at 7:00pm in Church featuring the Parish School K-4 & the Parish Adult Choir First Reconciliation Saturday, December 6th at 10:00am Held in […]Read More »
  • Immaculate Conception – Holy Day

    Immaculate Conception – Holy Day

    Monday, December 8 is the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of Mary. This is the patronal feast of our nation, always a Holyday of Obligation, even though it falls on a Monday. Our Masses for the Holyday will be 7 and 9 am on Monday morning and 7 pm on Monday evening. No Sunday evening […]Read More »
  • December Adoration moved to 12/11

    December Adoration moved to 12/11

    December Adoration will NOT be held Thursday December 4 following the concert. Fr. Schilli moved December Adoration to Thursday December 11, from 7 pm to 7:30 am. No Benediction @ 2:30 on 12/12 due to school children off at Noon on the 12th for Teachers In Service Training. Will close adoration at 7:30 am just […]Read More »
  • Religious Articles for Mercy Hospital

    Religious Articles for Mercy Hospital

    Mercy has recently acquired their own material from Pastoral Services and is distributing it to their patients; therefore we will no longer be collecting articles for them in the basket in the southwest entrance of church. We would like to thank everyone who has so generously donated religious articles (especially rosaries) for use by the […]Read More »