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Frankfurt, 13 April 2020 -- Exactly at 18:00 CET, the number of likes were screen-captured. Garnering 529  and  , AC Lozanes from Frankfurt Community won the first prize.  As of this writing her photo entry has collected 586 and still counting. 

The COVID19 crisis should not stop up from having fun and celebrate Easter specially the kids. It is true that we can no longer meet (in person) and celebrate our annual tradition of easter egg making. However, we will continue to do this online. How do we do it?

Frankfurt, 22 March 2020 -- In the fourth week of lent, Father Mares celebrated the community mass in St. Ignatius Parish Church and fed it online using Facebook Live. Although it is a delayed broadcast, the members of the community were glad to online and most are appreciable and felt blessed. The way of the cross was also recited before the mass started.

Frankfurt, 15 March 2020 -- Today, March 15, 2020 is the last celebration of the Holy Eucharist in St. Ignatius Church, Frankfurt by the Filipino Catholic Community. Announced by Father Mares and as per directives of the Bishop of Limburg, masses and other para-liturgical activities for the entire Diocese staring 16th of March until the 4th of April will be suspended  due to the threat of the Corona Virus. 

Frankfurt, 15 March 2020 -- In view of the increasing spread of the coronavirus, the diocese of Limburg wrote to all parishes and institutions and asked them to take special precautionary measures to protect against infection. There is currently no reason for the churches to be closed across the board. However, the situation in the districts is different.

The leaflet for the Lent this year 2020 is ready for download and ready for printing. You may save and keep the digital or you can print it on both side of A4-size paper and have it single folded. If you do not have a printer, printed copies will be distributed in the church.  Click on the image to download.

Holding colorful parasols festooned with roses and other flowers made of fabric and plastic on one hand and a crucifix or a religious artifact on another, participants of the  Santacruzan/Flores de Mayo held a procession at the Frankfurt West End area on May 26, Sunday. The celebration by the Filipino Catholic Community in Frankfurt of a traditional Philippine festival held in the month of May was attended by more people this year compared with last year.

On Easter Vigil on April 20, 2019 the Saturday before Easter Sunday, the Filipino Catholic Community in Frankfurt celebrated an Easter Vigil Mass that was capped by the so-called "Encuentro" (meeting) or "Salubong" (welcome). 

The Filipino Catholic Communities of the Diocese of Limburg gather together not only during religious feast and cultural celebrations but even in social events. Though the weather temperature is cold on this summer season, the Summer Gala was held on June 23, 2018 at H+ Hotel in Bad Soden with 261 guests from Limburg, Wetzlar, Wiesbaden, Bad Homburg, Frankfurt and other nearby places.

The FCC Diocesan Council of the Catholic Communities belonging to the Diocese of Limburg met for the second time outside Frankfurt, the center of the community gatherings, on 2 June 2018 at St. Marien Church, Dorotheenstraße, Bad Homburg.

The Couples for Christ Foundation for Family and Life (CFC-FFL) Germany held its National Conference in Wetzlar in the state of Hessen on May 26-27 ,2018 with around 160 members participating in the annual event. They came from all over Germany, such as Frankfurt, Berlin, Hamburg, Hannover, LUbeck, NRW, and Stuttgart.

The Filipino Catholic Community of Frankfurt has organized an overnight youth activity last May 25 to 26, 2018 in order to develop the relationships among the youth members of the parish and increase their awareness on responsibility as young people. Some of the activities help them to learn more about church and her teachings and most of all is to encounter God in prayer.

The Filipino Catholic Community in the Diocese of Limburg celebrated their yearly 'Flores De Mayo' last 19th of May coinciding with the German holiday of 'Pfingsmontag' or Wit Monday. The festival is name derived  from the Spanish language which means 'Flowers of May' which sometimes called 'Flowers of Mary' because of the devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary.

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Mass Schedules

marker.pngSt Ignatius Church Sundays 14:00 Uhr  
marker.pngSt Marien Church 1ˢᵗ Saturday 17:00 Uhr  
marker.pngSt Andreas Church 2ᶮᵈ Saturday 16:00 Uhr  
marker.pngSt. Vincenz Church 3ʳᵈ Saturday 15:00 Uhr  
marker.pngSt. Michael Kapelle 4ᵗʰ Sunday 15:00 Uhr  

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