Tagalog Mass & Churches in UAE

Are you a Filipino and Catholic? Are you new in Dubai or in the UAE? Are you looking forward to attending church mass in your language every Friday or during your day off? Are you in trouble and you need to talk to Him? Would you like to offer thanks and praise but you do not know where to go?

Here is the list of Catholic Churches in the UAE and Tagalog Mass timings for your convenience

Dubai

St. Mary's Catholic Church, Dubai

Tagalog mass every Sunday at 12:45 pm. For a list of holy masses click here

If you need to know more about other church activities like weddings, baptism, and holy communion, click HERE

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Jebel Ali


St. Francis of Assisi Parish
Tagalog Mass every 3rd Friday of the month at 12:30 pm

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For more information click HERE

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Sharjah

St. Michael's Catholic Church

Tagalog mass every 2nd, 4th, at 8:15 pm-Church

For more information click HERE
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Al Ain


St. Mary's Catholic Church
Tagalog mass every 1st. 2nd, 3rd, 4th Thursday at 8:00 pm
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For more information click HERE

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Abu Dhabi


St. Joseph's Cathedral
Tagalog mass every Sunday at 7:30 pm at the Parish Hall
St Joseph's Cathedral is located between Karamah St and Airport Road, close to the Immigration Department and Al Khubarat School.


Tagalog mass in Musaffa area (obligatory) every 3rd Saturday at 8:30 pm


Location to reach the place   


Marthoma Community Center, Mussafah (Behind Abu Dhabi  Motors or   Behind First Petrol station on the Mussafah Road).


For more information click HERE

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Ras Al Khaima


St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church
Tagalog mass every 1st Friday of every month at 12:00 noon

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Fujairah


Catholic Church Of Mother of Perpetual Help
Tagalog Mass: 7:30 Pm (2nd Tuesday of every month)

Disclaimer: Schdule and mass timings are subject to change as per your parochial church

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