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Annunciation Catholic Church

1618 Texas Ave. MAP

Houston, TX 77001

713-222-2289

http://www.diogh.org/
District: Ballpark

Annunciation is Houston’s second oldest Catholic Church. Annunciation is one of the few remaining Catholic churches to provide mass in both English and Latin. Now a state historical landmark, the impressive stained-glass memorial windows, frescoes, and gothic arches reminisce of a cathedral in Rome. Annunciation holds Reconciliation before every Mass and Eucharistic Adoration Sunday, 12:00 noon till closing Benediction is at 4:15 pm.

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Service
Sunday 
6:00 am  English
8:00 am  Latin
9:30 am  English
11:00 am  Eng/Latin
5:30 pm  English
   
Saturday 
8:00 am  English
5:30 pm  English
   
Monday 
6:30 am  English
12:10 pm  English
   
Tuesday 
6:30 am  English
12:10 pm  Latin(Tridentine)
   
Wednesday 
6:30 am  English
12:10 pm  English
   
Thursday 
6:30 am  English
12:10 pm  Latin
   
Friday 
6:30 am  English
12:10 pm  English

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