Sunday Mass

8:00 AM – Organist & Song Leader
10:15 AM – Incense, Choir, & Organist

Confession

Sundays7:40-7:50 | 9:40-10:00 AM
Holy Days – 4:55-5:15 PM

Reverent Worship, Helpful Teaching, Dedicated Community

Welcome to the newest Roman Catholic Mission in Jacksonville!

Saint James is a community of the Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter which was established by Pope Benedict in 2012 in response to Anglicans who asked to bring their communities and liturgical and pastoral traditions back into the Catholic Church. Here at Saint James you will experience an unrushed, prayerful Mass and sacred music that brings out the best of Anglican choral tradition, the magisterial fullness of the Catholic faith joyfully explained, and a vibrant community life that is welcoming to all ages. Join us and be part of the team that shapes and constructs this mission parish to serve generations to come.

Meet The Pastor

FATHER MAYER

I grew up as a devout Evangelical Protestant. I had (and still have) a personal relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ, which provided me with the foundation for my unexpected journey ahead.

Upcoming Events

Latest Newsletters

Penitential Advent Procession

Penitential Advent Procession

This Sunday, November 27, 2022, at the 10:15 AM Mass we will be starting the liturgy with an outdoor penitential procession around the property, a beautiful and somber way to enter into Adventide, this season of penance, preparation, and joyful anticipation leading up to Christmas.

October Newsletter

October Newsletter

Yesterday I arrived back from a great week with Bishop Lopes and my brother priests of the Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter. We gathered together at Holy Name Monastery in Houston for our annual Clergy Assembly, a time of fraternity, prayer, administration, and formation. Thank you for your prayers. I have returned with a renewed focus on the unique identity and gifts that we as members of the Ordinariate bring to the Church and to those outside of the Church.

Six Reasons to Attend Mass

Six Reasons to Attend Mass

1. Give a Little, Get a Lot When you put God first, everything else falls into place. Jesus promised, "seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things shall be yours as well" (Matthew 6:33). Come to Mass, be part of his kingdom by living out the...