Welcome to St. Aloysius!

Stained Glass WindowsWe would like to welcome you to our parish family at St. Aloysius Catholic Church in Hickory, North Carolina. Please come and join us in our parish community. Our parishioners and staff are willing to help with any questions you may have. We believe you will find us to be a warm and hospitable community that is truly interested in you and your concerns.

We also invite you to become involved in our parish life. There is no better way to know us than to join us in our activities and ministries. You will find that there is something for all – no matter how young in body or young in heart you are. In all things, you are invited to come into a loving relationship with our Lord as each of us walks our journey of faith together.

The work of the Lord is our most important work. Come join us!

-Fr. Larry LoMonaco

WEEKEND MASS SCHEDULE

Saturday 5:15 PM
Saturday 7:00 PM (Mass celebrated in Spanish)
Sunday 8:00 and 11:00 AM
Sunday 1:00 PM (Mass celebrated in Spanish)
Sunday 5:15 PM (Life Teen Mass)

DAILY MASS SCHEDULE

Monday 9 AM Mass in Sebastian Chapel
Tuesday 9 AM Mass in Sebastian Chapel
Wednesday 5:15 PM Mass in the Church
Thursday 9 AM Mass in Sebastian Chapel
Friday 12:10 PM Mass in the Church
Holy Day Vigil Mass 7:00 PM
Holy Day Masses 12:10 PM & 7:00 PM

Address

921 Second Street, NE
Hickory, NC 28601

Parish Office

Phone (828) 327-2341
Emergency Pager: (828) 314-0145
Please restrict use of the emergency pager to life or death situations only. Thank You.
Fax (828) 327-3376

Office Hours

Mon – Fri 9:00 -12:00 and 1:00 -5:00 PM

Parish Calendar

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Parish Calendar

We would love to have you join us at our events! To view the Parish Calendar click on “CALENDAR” on the main menu bar, then click on “CALENDAR-Full“.

Parish Mission

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Parish Mission

“St. Aloysius Roman Catholic Church is a Christian Community of Faith dedicated to fostering an evangelizing spirit which meets the needs of its parishioners and reaches out to others.”

Join Our Parish!

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Join Our Parish!

Welcome! You may register as a member of our parish family after the 8:00 AM or 11:00 AM Sunday Masses in Holy Family Hall, at the church office during regular office hours, or online here by going to “Forms“.

Latest Parish News

Notes from Father Larry

Many thanks to Don Mott for his assistance with the music ministry at the Sunday morning Masses these past two years. He plans to fully enjoy his well-deserved retirement. James [...]

MARCH FOR LIFE

2017 March for Life:  Prayerfully consider joining your parishioners on the 2017 March for Life. You have two opportunities to attend. Join the Charlotte Diocese on January 13th at Noon [...]

HOLY HOUR FOR THE UNBORN

St. Aloysius Life Teen would like to extend a special invitation to all members of St. Aloysius to our Holy Hour for the Unborn next Sunday, January 22nd, at 6:45 [...]

Living the Eucharist

With our New Year’s Eve resolution - drawing closer to our Savior - please consider participating in Living the Eucharist, a six week program during Lent for individuals, families, and [...]

Perpetual Adoration

O Come Let Us Adore Him! Adorers needed! Can you spend one hour with Jesus? An adorer is needed for Thursdays at 1:00 AM and 10:00 AM. Please prayerfully consider [...]

Catholic Scripture Study

Come join us for an exciting new parish Bible Study on Luke: The Gospel of Mercy. Of all the Gospels, only Luke is known as “The Gospel of Mercy”. And it is [...]

Faith Formation News

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR PARENTS: There are no Faith Formation classes today, Sunday, January 15th, and Wednesday, January 18th for all grade levels in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. [...]

R.C.I.A.

The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) offers people who are not yet Catholic to join the Catholic Church.  This process is for those who have not yet been [...]

Adult Faith Enrichment

No class today, Sunday, January 15th, Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, nor next Sunday, January 22nd, winter school break.  Classes resume on January 29th with a presentation of “Laudato Si [...]