Monday – Thursday at 5:15 pm, and on Friday at 12 (noon). At the Bronco Catholic Chapel.
Sunday Mass Schedule:
Sunday Mass at the Bronco Catholic Chapel is held 11am and 7pm.
at 1915 W. University (across from the BSU ‘B.’) If you get lost, look for the tall white tower with a cross on top.
I Used to help at mass in my home parish. how can i get involved in ministry at bronco catholic?
We are always on the look-out for students who want to help! Just let us know and we will try to find a place, be it a reader, musician, singer, hospitality minister, greeter, altar server, or Eucharistic minister.
What if i haven't been to mass in a while?
The first thing you’ll notice is that the Mass at Bronco Catholic is geared to students. You’ll see student serving as greeters, musicians, readers, and Eucharistic ministers. The music is contemporary and reverent. You might recognize some songs, and even if you don’t the music is easy to sing. Students tell us they like the preaching because it speaks to them. Even if you have not been to Mass in a while, you will be surprised how much you will recognize. You’ll hear the same prayers and readings, and see the same actions by the priest. What has changed is you. You are older and more experienced in life. You bring to Mass a more mature self, more willing to explore your faith, more open to allow God to speak to you through the readings, music, preaching and the community. Students tell us that Mass is a highlight of their week. They look forward to spending time in prayer and being with their friends who share the same faith. Oh, and we also have great refreshments.
I've done some messed up stuff since I last went to mass.
Pope Francis has called the Church a field hospital for sinners. Everyone who comes to Bronco Catholic for Mass belongs there because they need God’s healing mercy. No one can’t point a finger at anyone else and call them a hypocrite. Sure, some students may be further along in their faith journey, but none have yet to be canonized a saint. Mass is a great place to praise and thank God, and it is also a place of healing.
God knows what you have done. And God offers you forgiveness and a fresh start. God also equips us with the strength and hope so we don’t keep doing the things that take us away from God. When we hear the readings, participate with a community, sing, talk to God openly, and receive the Eucharist, we are receiving the very power of God to overcome all the bad things we do. When you focus on the bad stuff in your life, it makes it easy to feel separated from God. Whatever you have done, know that it does not define you. The fact is that God loves you. He sees into your heart and knows your very best self. God wants you. You are welcome at Mass, no matter how ‘messed up’ your life may be.
i want to get the most out of mass. what is an easy way to do this?
Here are a few quick tips that might help you get the most out of Mass
1 – Prepare.
I went to a christian church when I was younger, but ive neber been to a catholic mass. would it be ok if i just came to check it out?
Certainly. Every week people from all faith traditions and backgrounds come to Mass at Bronco Catholic. From being welcomed at the door to having a worship aid to guide you, we try to make Mass ‘user ‘ friendly.
Even if you don’t know anyone at Mass at first…even if you don’t know the prayers or what to do or whatever…you really do belong here. There will be people there to help you with whatever might be confusing right away. The only way to find out if it’s for you is to show up. You are always welcome.
Where can i learn more about the mass?
There are a lot of web sites that offer instruction on and the history of the Mass, as well as insights to help make you get the most out of Mass.
We recommend the following:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZ9AIMIz-Jo (from Bishop Robert Barron’s Catholicism series)