Worship with us at Mass

"This is my body which is given for you"
- Luke 22:19

3 pm (Vigil)

8:30 am 
10:30 am
5:00 pm (Spanish Mass)

Daily Mass (Tues - Fri):
8:30 am


Receive Healing in Confession.

"Therefore confess your sins to one another"
- James 5:16

6 pm - 7 pm

2 pm

Or by appointment.

What is Confession?


Eucharistic Adoration

6 pm – 7 pm 
with Confession and Benediction


If you have never been to a Catholic church, or if you are new to our area of Kansas City, welcome!

If you and your family have been away from the Catholic Church for some time, welcome back! If you are an active member of our family at St. John Francis Regis, welcome! In short, we are glad you are here.

Come and join us for Holy Mass and be transformed by God’s grace. Participate, go out “into the deep”— get involved. We are truly blessed to have such a Christ-centered, faith-filled community. We invite you to join us and experience this great gift of God. Learn ways you can get involved at St. John Francis Regis by browsing our site, our bulletin, or our Facebook page. Take advantage of the various links and videos and contemplate anew the splendor of our faith alive in our age.

I invite you to consider becoming a registered member of our parish so you can grow in abundant love of God and neighbor. We look forward to seeing you, and may God richly bless you!

In Christ,
Fr. McCaffery

Parish Opportunities

Becoming an Altar Server? Learn how with these simple and quick trainings!

A series of inquiry sessions will begin soon for those who have questions about Catholicism or those who are interested in becoming Catholic. If you know of anyone that may be interested in becoming Catholic or just interested in learning what it is the Catholic
Church believes and teaches, this is for you. If you are Catholic and your spouse is not, talk to them and see if they would be willing to attend a session or two. The inquiry sessions are in no way a commitment to attend catechesis sessions or to join the Church; they are simply intended to help someone discern if they would like to dive more deeply into spiritual enrichment in the Catholic tradition. Contact the parish office or Glen Ernstmann (816) 204-7267 for more information

A person is brought into full communion with the Catholic Church through the reception of three sacraments of Christian initiation - baptism, confirmation, and the Eucharist - but the process by which one becomes Catholic can take different forms. Click the photo for more information.

Upcoming Parish Events

We'd love for you to join us at our next parish event!