Name of Church St. Dominic

Address 2390 Bush Street, San Francisco, CA 94115

Phone number (415) 567-7824




Mass times Saturday vigil, 5:30 p.m.; Sunday 7:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. (Spanish), 5:30 p.m.  Weekdays, 8 a.m., with morning prayer before.  Saturdays at 9 a.m., Mass with morning prayer before.

Confessions By appointment, call the parish office.

Names of priests St. Dominic’s is staffed by the Dominican Fathers of the Western Province.  Fr. Michael Hurley, pastor, is a graduate of Thomas Aquinas College in Santa Paula.  Fr. Christopher Wetzel and Fr. Isaiah Mary Molano are parochial vicars.  Click on the Resources tab and you can listen to past homilies.

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Parish groups and activities Young Adults Group (for 20s and 30s), 3040s young adult group, 50+++ social group, artists guild, Called & Gifted Workshop (, Christian meditation group, county jail outreach ministry, First Friday all night adoration, Friends in Christ, homeless ministry, married couples ministry, men’s club, Torch, UNBOUND San Francisco, Bible studies

Music Contemporary choir, family mass choir, solemn mass choir.

Parking Park in the church lot or on the street.

Cry room No.

Additional observations  The Dominican order came to San Francisco in 1850, three years before the Archdiocese of San Francisco was established.  The community bought the property for St. Dominic’s in 1863, and in 1873, the first parish church was built.  A larger church was built in the 1880s, but collapsed in the 1906 earthquake.  The current church on that site was completed in 1928.  Work continued on the structure in the years following, including nine flying buttresses added in the 1990s to make the church seismically stable.  It is built in the Gothic style; features include a carved marble altar from Italy, carved oak side altars, shrines and confessionals, many beautiful statues, paintings and stained glass windows.  St. Dominic’s also houses the Shrine of St. Jude ( and a columbarium, where the cremated remains of loved ones can be interred.  It is a busy parish with fine priests, and has been particularly known in the Bay area for its strong young adult community.  You can also take a docent tour of the parish; email Rico Delodovici,