Father Peter holding the Eucharist

As an Augustinian Catholic university, celebration of the Catholic liturgy is an integral part of life at Villanova and grounds us in our values of truth, unity and love. All are welcome to our celebrations and we invite students to share their talents through singing, lectoring and other liturgical ministries.


Sunday Mass Schedule

3 pm 
Spanish Language Liturgy
Corr Chapel

5, 7 and 9 pm 
St Thomas of Villanova Church
Also available via livestream.

On the below dates Mass will only be offered at the noted times:

  • October 8: 7 pm
  • October 15: 7 & 9 pm
  • November 26: 7 & 9 pm
  • December 17: 7 pm

After December 17, the full Sunday schedule will resume on Sunday, January 21, 2024.

Daily Mass Schedule

Monday-Friday, 12:05 pm and 5:30 pm
Corr Chapel

On the below dates, Mass will either not be offered or will occur only at the noted times:

  • Monday, September 4: No Daily Mass (Labor Day)
  • Monday, October 8 to Friday, October 15: 12:05 pm only (Fall Break)
  • Wednesday, November 23: 12:05 pm only (Thanksgiving Holiday)
  • Thursday, November 24 to Friday, November 25: No Daily Mass (Thanksgiving Holiday)
  • Wednesday, December 20 to Thursday, December 21: 12:05 pm only
  • Friday, December 22: No Daily Mass

Special Upcoming Liturgies


Sacrament of Reconciliation

Celebrated at the following times in St Thomas of Villanova Church:

  • Tuesday, Wednesday: 3:30-4:30 pm
  • Thursday: 8-9 pm

The Sacrament of Reconciliation will not be celebrated on the following dates:

  • October 10-12 (Fall Break)
  • November 22-23 (Thanksgiving Break)

Please contact Mathew Verghese with any questions.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Wednesdays: 6-10pm
Corr Chapel

For Liturgy questions, contact Mathew Verghese

For Liturgical Musicians questions, contact Sean McElwee

The bread which you can see on the altar, sanctified by the word of God, is the body of Christ... If you receive [it] well, you are yourselves what you receive. - St. Augustine, Sermon 227


Whatever is on your mind or heart, your Villanova community will lift it up in prayer. Submit your petitions to be remembered at our Centering Prayer twice a week, as well as at daily Mass. Names and requests are not shared aloud or posted publicly.



Villanova offers those interested on any level an opportunity to explore the Roman Catholic faith and what it means in today’s world.