St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church

Saint Frances Cabrini Essay Contest

Saint Frances Cabrini is our patroness. She's included in our prayers every week. What do we know about her? What did she do that led to her becoming a saint? The Ladies Altar Society is sponsoring an essay/art contest for all children in the Parish. Pick up an information sheet from the round table in the Narthex for more information. All entries must be submitted by Nov. 7th.


Our Mass schedule will be the following until further notice:

Thursday Spanish Mass

Spanish Mass at 7 P.M.

Saturday Masses

Saturday Vigil at 5:30 P.M.

Sunday Masses

8:30 A.M., 11 A.M., and

1 P.M. Spanish Mass

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday

Daily Mass at 8 A.M.



Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 7:35 a.m.

Saturday 5:00 p.m.


Saturday 4 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Also available by appointment.


1st Friday mornings after the 8 a.m. Mass

From 8:30 a.m.- 9:30 a.m.


Celebrated on Sundays.

Contact Nikki at the parish office 615.444.0524 for details and to get registered for the class.


Arrangements are to be made at least six months in advance of wedding date.

Don’t forget to schedule your pre-marital meetings with pastor.

Also don’t forget, you will also be required to attend an Engaged Couples Retreat.

No completion certificate, no ceremony! Call for an appointment.

Bulletins and Homilies


Upon behalf of the Catholic community that comprises the parish of St. Frances Cabrini in Lebanon, Tennessee: I bid you welcome.

Within this website, we have attempted to make you aware of the many activities and ministries that serve not only the spiritual needs of our church community here in Lebanon but also point out our outreach efforts to the greater civil community in Middle Tennessee and the world beyond.

If you have any questions or topics that you wish to discuss with us, please use our “contact page” and we will attempt to give you a quick response. We also welcome your comments as to how the website could be improved as we attempt to communicate the “good news” of the Gospel to those near or far.

Rev. James Panackal, CMI


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A message from Bishop Spalding

Bishop's Letter

New message from Bishop Spalding: As springtime begins anew, I am pleased to announce a new phase of our response to the covid-19 pandemic that has afflicted our world for over a year. Last week, the three Bishops of Tennessee collaboratively discussed our plans for restoring the obligation to attend Sunday Mass in the State of Tennessee. Here in the Diocese of Nashville, the obligation will return as of the weekend of Palm Sunday, March 28, 2021 Please see below to read his letter .

Click Here for – A Prayer Amid an Epidemic

Saturdays from 4-5 P.M. in the church.