to Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

A Home for African American Catholics in Bexar County


On behalf of our Pastor, Father Kevin Fausz, CM, VU, we would like to welcome you to the Parish Website for Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.


The Parish of Holy Redeemer is a unique spiritual home from African American Catholics in Bexar County. We are a welcoming community that reflects the ethnicity and cultural diversity of the Church of Texas and its people to whom we are bound in baptism in Jesus Christ.


We commit ourselves to ongoing spiritual growth through prayer, reflection, liturgical action, fellowship, increasing involvement, and the utilization of gifts of our parishioners to do good in God’s name.

Father Kevin Preaches at Sunday Mass
Father Kevin Preaches at Sunday Mass

Father Kevin and Bishop Janak at the Blessing of the Saint Vincent DePaul Food Pantry
Father Kevin and Bishop Janak at the Blessing of the Saint Vincent DePaul Food Pantry

Father Kevin Preaches at Sunday Mass
Father Kevin Preaches at Sunday Mass


Mass Schedule

Join us for the celebration of Daily and Sunday Mass! 

Weekday Masses: 

Tuesday: 9:00 am English (at OLPH) 
Wednesday 9:00 am English
Thursday: 9:00 am English (at OLPH) 
Friday: 9:00 am English

Weekend Masses: 
Saturday Vigil - 4:00 pm (English)
Sunday - 9:00 am (English) (Live-Streamed on our Facebook Page)


            17th Sunday in Ordinary Time
                          Sunday, July 25, 2021 at 9:00 am

VIEW LIVE-STREAM HERE at 9:00 am on Sunday to view our Mass



Support Our Parish Ministries

Your contributions help support the operations and ministry of our parish community, including much of our outreach work to those who live on the East Side of San Antonio. If you would like to contribute, please feel free to mail in your contributions to the parish, or drop them off at the parish office. If you want to explore Online Giving, we have partnered with GiveCentral for our Online Giving Efforts. You can make a donation using GiveCentral by clicking the button below.

Reinstatement of the Sunday Obligation


Archbishop Gustavo Garcia-Siller, MSpS will be reinstating the Obligation for All Catholics to attend Sunday Mass and Holy Days of Obligation within the Archdiocese of San Antonio beginning on Sunday, May 23, 2021, the Solemnity of Pentecost. Please know that all of the safety measures in place at the current time are to be continued throughout the Archdiocese of San Antonio until further notice. This regards the use of face coverings or masks; social distancing; hand washing; and regular use of santizing procedures that have been effective in keeping us safe. These will not be changed at this time. To view the Archbishop's Decree, please visit this link.

Recording of WE MUST WORK Concert/Workshop Honoring 

the Late Kenneth W. Louis

For those of you who missed our Concert/Workshop honoring our friend and teacher, the late Kenneth W. Louis, entitled,. "WE MUST WORK", here is a recording of the workshop/concert on YouTube. 

A Special Thanks to Rawn Harbor, W. Clifford Petty, and LeRell Ross for being our presenters.

Support the Archbishop's Appeal

We invite you and your family to participate in this year's Archbishop Appeal for Ministries by offering a sacrificial gift as your circumstances permit. Your gift will help form priests and deacons to serve you, your family, and individuals locally. Proceeds raised from the Appeal will be used to prepare lay leaders to serve as catechists in our parish religious education prgrams, offer a Catholic education to followers in need, and share Christ's love as it feeds, clothes, shelters, and cares for the most vulnerable. If you would like to contribute to the Archbishop's Appeal, please click this link or text the word APPEAL to (210) 750-6712. 

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