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We are a new community of faith established by Archbishop Gustavo Garcia-Siller, M.Sp.S. and united in the Catholic Church, to serve the Far West Side of San Antonio. Join us as disciples and missionaries to build the Kingdom of God in your neighborhood.


We have been called to be disciples and missionaries of Jesus Christ.

We live out this call Encountering Christ, United as Church, and Sent by the Spirit


God's Kingdom is not to be found in scripture and philosophy, distant in time or place.

It is found in our families, in our work, in our friendships, in Westover Hills, across the Far West Side of San Antonio.

This is what we do.


Sometimes people are surprised to find that our church is not under construction.  I remind them that the Archbishop asked me to build a Parish, not a church.  The Parish, in time, will build a church to worship in.  We are that parish. We are that community.


Mary Mother of the Church Parish is certified by the Archdiocese of San Antonio as a Safe Environment.  All staff and all volunteers with unsupervised access to minors or vulnerable adults have undergone a background check and have received training in sexual abuse prevention.

We are supported by the Archdiocesan Office of Victim Assistance & Safe Environment, which was created in order to be the initial contact point for those who have experienced clergy abuse.  The office provides pastoral care including individual, group, and spiritual counseling to assist in the healing process.  The goal of the office is healing.  Besides working with clergy abuse survivors, the office will assist anyone who has been abused.  If you or someone you know has experienced abuse, call law enforcement immediately.  Please also contact this office at 210-734-7786 or email at

To report violations against the Code of Conduct contact the Archdiocesan Misconduct Hotline 844-709-1169

Our Parish Boundaries

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