St. Ambrose Parish Mission Statement
St. Ambrose Parish is a vibrant faith-filled people, dedicated to worshiping God, to proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ, to enabling members for ministry, and to living together in the context of local community. We strive to reject sin and to live according to the values of the kingdom of God, emphasizing family life. We are sent to bring about the vision among our families and neighbors in our society, as part of the Diocese of San Angelo and the Roman Catholic Church.

Parish News

  • Christmas poinsettias
    Christmas poinsettias to be used for church decorations in memory of your loved ones are available for purchase at $10 each. Please send money to Laura Wilde, P.O. Box 292, Wall, TX 76957 before December 13th.
    Posted Nov 23, 2015, 5:00 PM by Saint Ambrose
  • Child Care
    St. Ambrose is offering Child Care for children from ages 1-3 each Sunday in the Religious Education Building during the 9:00 am Mass beginning Sunday, November 22nd. Welcome!
    Posted Nov 23, 2015, 4:58 PM by Saint Ambrose
  • Fr. Joe’s Anniversary
    Fr. Joe’s 25th Anniversary of Priestly Ordination 
    Saturday, November 21, 2015 
    A Holy Mass of Thanksgiving will be at 10:30 am with Bishop Michael Sis officiating. 
    Presentation and lunch will follow at 11:45 am in the Parish Hall.
    Posted Nov 8, 2015, 8:04 PM by Saint Ambrose
  • All Souls
    The deceased are being remembered in Nine Novena Masses designated for All Souls during the month of November. All Souls’ Day envelopes will be placed on the altar and remain there through November. Simply list your loved ones, add your offering, and place it in the collection basket or take it to the Parish Office. Extra envelopes are available in the back of Church.
    Posted Nov 1, 2015, 5:40 PM by Saint Ambrose
  • Closing Mass for the month of Mary
    Friday, October 30 at 6:00 pm: The closing Mass for the month of Mary will be held at St. Ambrose with Bishop Michael Sis officiating, Msgr. Larry Droll giving the homily, and several guest priests. After Mass there will be a procession to the Rosary Garden while praying the Rosary in five languages. A reception will follow in the Fellowship Hall, hosted by St. Helen’s Altar Society. Everyone is encouraged to join us for this special tribute to our Blessed Mother Mary!
    Posted Oct 25, 2015, 5:12 PM by Saint Ambrose
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