In all things to love and serve

Mass Schedule


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


  1. 8:00 am
  2. 9:30 am
  3. 11:00 am
  4. 5:00 pm


  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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Centennial Celebration Capital Campaign

News & Announcements

Parish News and Updates

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USF Graduation Weekend May 22 – 23

The 8 am Masses on Friday, May 22 & Saturday, May 23 will be in the Accolti Room in Fromm Hall.

There will be no 12:05 pm Masses at all on Friday, May 22 or Saturday, May 23.

The Saturday 5 pm Mass on May 23 will be  celebrated in the Xavier Auditorium in Fromm Hall.
The Parish Office will be closed on Friday, May 22nd, USF Graduation Weekend and Monday, May 25th, Memorial Day.

Memorial Day May 25th – No Mass at 12:05 pm. The Parish Office is closed.


Enjoy the beautiful video of our Parish’s History.

The St. Ignatius Parish Centennial Video 1914-2014
         Honoring Our Past, Building Our Future
        Vimeo link:

Password:    100 years


Get Involved –

St. Ignatius Parish invites you to live out our shared mission to “seek to find God in all things by deepening our faith, listening with discerning and joyful hearts, and actively serving the poor and suffering, all for the greater glory of God.” In the midst of Lenten thoughts and prayers, you and your family maybe feeling the desire to reach out and become a little more involved with parish opportunities to serve and help. Click on the link below, you will find a general description of some of the ministries and activities where we currently need and want more volunteers. Email contacts are listed at the end of each category of activity. You will also have an opportunity to express your interest at any of the five Masses held on February 28 and March 1, 2015.

2015 Volunteer Opportunities Booklet


Would you like to have a Mass said in honor or memory of someone?

It is easy, email Maureen Corrigan at or call the office 415-422-2188. We need the name of the person the Mass is for, whether living or deceased, your name and phone number or email. If you have a particular date, let us know. We will try to accommodate you. The suggested donation is $10.00. You may pay by check or credit card.



Services for Fr. John Lo Schiavo

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Vigil, Monday, May 25th – 7:00 pm


Requiem Mass, Tuesday, May 26th – 11:00 am


There is no 12:05 pm Mass on Tuesday, May 26th.





Manresa Gallery

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Manresa Gallery Exhibit  March 8 – June 28

Under Cover: Liturgical Garb as Investment in Mystery

March 8 – June 28

Under Cover allows viewers to discover distinct traditions and striking parallels. Come explore vesture and ritual objects from Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Tibetan and Zen Buddhism.

Thursday, May 14, 7:00 pm – St. Ignatius Church  
Holy Call, Holy Future – Interfaith Worship Service – Led by Stephen Sauer, S.J.
The service is to take place at St Ignatius Church in conjunction with an exhibition that is currently on display at its Manresa Gallery: “Under Cover: Liturgical Garb as Investment in Mystery.”

A partial list of leaders include: Rita Semel (Founder of the San Francisco Interfaith Council), Rabbi Lawrence Raphael (Congregation Sherith Israel), Shundo David Haye (San Francisco Zen Center), Sr. Sukyana Belsare (San Francisco Brahma Kumaris), Julia Dowd (Director of USF Ministry), Swami Vedananda (Vedanta Society of Northern California).

Sunday, May 17, 10:45 am – Xavier Hall – A Panel Discussion on the Art of Inter-religious Dialogue
Join us as we examine what it means to present an exhibition of artworks that focus on Interfaith Dialogue. Six panelists were all asked to select two artworks from any time period that they think best represents Interfaith. The panelists include Prof. Thomas Cattoi, Rev. Steven Herrera, Prof. Kate Barush, Rev. Anh Tran, S.J, Prof. Philip Riley and Antoni J. Ucerler, S.J.

Located inside St. Ignatius Church.
The gallery is open every Sunday.
All are welcome. For more information visit:

Centennial Scarves

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SI_scarf redDid you know we commissioned a local artist to design a silk scarf to commemorate the Centennial of St. Ignatius Church?  We still have a few scarves remaining!  Each stunning scarf measures 21” x 71”, is 100% silk and the design element highlights some of the church’s most magnificent interior architectural details.  Border colors include red, navy, forest green as well as all cream without a border. Price: $120 plus tax. Scarves are available in the Parish bookstore, before and after each Mass. You can also contact Fran Quinn van Bergen to purchase, 415-422-6645 or