What's Happening at St. Helens Catholic Mission this week !?!

(Confession- 30 minutes before Mass and Mass is at the Rectory Chapel 118 S. Roma Way Kissimmee Fl 34746 unless otherwise stated. (Please call ahead to confirm days and times for any event: (904)- 742-9781


Abstinence means refraining from eating the meat from mammals or fowl, and soup or gravy made from them. Fish is allowed, hence Fridays are known as "Fish Fridays." Traditionally, the laws of abstinence apply to all aged 7 and over.

Partial Abstinence

Meat and soup or gravy made from meat may be eaten once a day at the principle meal.


Fasting is the taking of only one full meal (which may include meat) and two smaller, meatless meals that don't equal the large one meal. No eating between meals is allowed, but water, milk tea, coffee, and juices are OK. Meat is allowed at one meal (assuming abstinence isn't also expected on a given day). Traditionally, everyone over 21 years of age and under 59 years of age is bound to observe the law of fast.


Week of January 10th, 2021

Monday 11th: In Octave of the Epiphany

Mass - 8:30 am
3:00pm Mission Rosary


Tuesday 12th: In Octave of the Epiphany

Mass  - 8:30 am
3:00pm Mission Rosary


Wednesday 13th: In Octave of the Epiphany


Mission Rosary-3:00pm

Mass 6:00pm Bible Study 7:00pm: Genesis-the book of beginnings

Thursday 14th: Saint Hilary, Bishop and Doctor

Mass -8:30am

Mission Rosary 3:00pm

Catechism Classes 7:00pm 

Friday 15th: Saint Paul the First Hermit -Abstinence

Mass -8:30am

Mission Rosary 3:00pm

6:00pm  Mass and Sacred Heart Devotion (Parish Family Dinner-Soup and Salad-Afterwards)


Saturday 16th: Saint Marcellus I, Pope and Martyr

Mass-11:00 am

Parish Family Lunch 12:00pm

Church Visitation (Rectory) 1:00pm

Mission Rosary (Rectory) 3:00pm

Sunday 17th:
Second Sunday after the Epiphany