Register here for

First Holy Communion or Confirmation


In-Person Registration Day

July 9 and July 30

9 AM - 1 PM @ Parish Office at 680 College St.

Documents needed to Register (online/in-person) for Family Formation :

Birth certificate, Baptismal certificate

Documents needed to Register (online/in-person) for Confirmation:

Birth certificate, Baptismal certificate and First Communion certificate


Orientation for First Communion Preparation 2022/2023

We will hold an orientation for families interested in signing their children up for the Sacramental Preparation process for the 2022/2023 year. Please plan on attending one on the following dates.

First Holy Communion Orientation (Bilingual) 2022/2023

Date: June 29 ,2022

Place: St. Benedict Church

Time: 6pm

 St. Benedict
Mass Times


4:30 PM - English

7:00 PM - Spanish


7:00 AM - Spanish

8:45 AM - English

10:30 AM - English

12:30 PM - Spanish

5:00 PM - English


Saturday / Sabado -

3:30 PM - 4:15 PM

6:00 PM - 6:45 PM


Find out more about

Masses & Confession

Within our vibrant community we offer masses in English and Spanish as well as in the traditional Latin form.  See our schedule to the left for times or follow the links below for more information.

 Sacred Heart
Mass Times


See Latin Mass Schedule


Weekday - English

Monday - 9:00 AM

Wednesday - 9:00 AM

Thursday - 9:00 AM

Weekday - Spanish

Lunes - 7:00 PM

Martes - 9:00 AM

Miercoles - 7:00 PM

Viernes - 9:00 AM




Grow in the

Sacramental Life

At Sacred Heart & St.Benedict's parish, prayer, and the sacraments are of great importance, and as a parish we are blessed to have so many activities going on to help us grow spiritually and educationally in our sacramental and prayer life.

For more information please stop by the office or call (831) 637-9212

Learn about what the Church teaches about the sacraments as well ah how you can sign up!


“As a man must be born before he can begin to lead his physical life, so he must be born to lead a Divine Life. That birth occurs in the Sacrament of Baptism. To survive, he must be nourished by Divine Life; that is done in the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist.”


– Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen


Our Mission

Sacred Heart/St. Benedict Parish is an established, diverse, faith-centered family, serving the spiritual needs of all people by proclaiming the Christian message of God’s love.

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