A Quinceañera or Sweet 15 is a major milestone in a Hispanic girl’s life. It signifies her entrance to womanhood and the acceptance of new responsibilities this brings. The history of the Quinceañera dates back to the 1500s, however, the Quinceañera tradition is still popular today in Mexico, the United States, South America, and many other Spanish-speaking countries.

The entire festivity is full of spiritual and emotional moments, and composed of several events that take place, where God, thanksgiving, food, music and dance are the mix of ingredients for a joyous culmination after months of planning, usually follows the mass.

Individual Quinceañera Masses

  • 1st Friday of the month at St. Mary – 2:00 p.m.

Group Quinceañera Masses

  • 3rd Saturday of the month at St. Clare of Assisi – 2:00 p.m.