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Mass Schedule


  1. 8:00 am
  2. 12:05 pm
  3. 5:00 pm Vigil


  1. 8:00 am
  2. 9:30 am Contemporary Ensemble
  3. 11:00 am St. Ignatius Choir
  4. 5:00 pm Teen Ensemble


  1. 8:00 am
  2. 12:05 pm

Holy Day of Obligation

  1. 8:00 am
  2. 12:05 pm
  3. 5:00 pm

Other Scheduled Sacraments

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Monday 11:30-12:00 Noon
Saturday 3:45-4:45 pm
By appointment, please call 422-2188.

Sacrament of Anointing

During the 12:05 pm Mass, the second Saturday of each month.

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News & Announcements

Parishioner Crèche Display December 6th & 7th

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Parishioner Crèche Display: December 6th and 7th
All are invited to participate in St. Ignatius’ annual tradition of displaying parishioner crèches. The nativities will be displayed during masses on December 6th and 7th. All who participate will be entered in a raffle to win a San Francisco Giants gift basket.
If you are interested in displaying your family crèche, please contact Rachel or Caroline by December 1st:
Rachel Teixeira:  or  Caroline Grider:
We will email more specific information to participants on December 2nd.

6th Annual Holiday Boutique

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6th Annual Holiday Boutique

 Sunday, December 7th – 8:30 am to 4 pm

Clothing and Accessories



Santa’s Helpers Table

Take your photo with Santa!
10:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Wine Tasting  2:00 – 4:00 PM

Parking available in all USF lots including Koret Center at Parker Ave. and Turk St.

Manresa Gallery Events

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The Manresa Gallery Presents the Centennial Exhibition
Partial Views: Recoding Sacred Objects
Exhibition Opens: Saturday, October 4.

Four new commissioned works by Todd Bura, Rebeca Bollinger, Bryson Gill, and Ranu Mukherjee in response to objects in the permanent collection and historical events of St. Ignatius Church.

Rebeca Bollinger is creating a site-specific light installation in response to the history of Jesuit Father Joseph Neri, who helped pioneer the first use of electric light in 1870’s San Francisco.

Todd Bura approaches the here and there—where painting activates the metaphysic.

Bryson Gill considers the fog as a metaphor for the converse of the sun, and their significance as a duality for things that are present and also hidden.

Ranu Mukherjee responded to an antique Sodality Banner, addressing the body as apparition, and as a vehicle for visualization.