3600 Claremont Street | Baltimore, MD 21224
OurLadyOfPompei@olpmd.org | (410) 675-7790
Parish Office Hours:
9:00 am - 3:00 pm (Monday, Tuesday, Friday)
9:00 am - 12:00 pm (Wednesday, Thursday)
Mass Schedule ✝ Horario de Misa
Saturday ✝ Sábado 4:00 pm (English)
6:00 pm (Español)
Sunday ✝ Domingo 8:00 am (English)
10:00 am (English)
1st Sunday of the Month (Italian)
12:00 pm (Español)
Tuesday ✝ Martes at 8:00 AM (English)
Thursday ✝ Jueves at 8:00 AM (English)
at 7:00 PM (Español)
Holy Hour/Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Every Thursday from 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM, followed by Masscelebrated in Spanish
Holy Days ✝ DÍas Santo
Mass in English at 5PM; Mass in Spanish at 7PM
Always refer to bulletin or Facebook page for confirmation
Reconciliation ✝ Reconciliación
Thursday from 3:00PM - 7:00PM
Saturday/Sábado: one hour before Mass time
Or by appointment / O por cita
Confession heard in English, Italian, and Spanish
March 20, 2020, 1:00 - 5:00 PM - Bull Roast
Please contact the parish office for tickets
Greetings from Fr. Giuliano! Welcome to our Faith Community of Our Lady of Pompei. Here you are welcome; here you are loved. I welcome you to visit us in person and join in our celebration as members of God's family. If you are looking for a church home, we invite you to join our Faith Community. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
Each of us has a story of how we have come to know Our Lady of Pompei church. Some of us are the children or grandchildren of the founding members – looking to continue our heritage and spiritual formation. Some of us came for our children – looking for a spiritual home that could help them learn to love themselves and value all life, to be grounded in strong values and active in making the world a better place. Some of us came for the people – a place where we could develop meaningful friendships and find a supportive community in a new city. Some of us came when the world was in turmoil – searching for meaning as war and strife tears lives apart or oppression strangles opportunity. Some of us came when our own lives were in crisis – when we had lost a loved one or been given a frightening diagnosis.
Our Lady of Pompei is the only church in Baltimore founded and built by Italian immigrants. In the 1920s, the Vincentian father, Fr. Luigi Scialdone, C.M, planted the seeds that sprouted into a church serving the Highlandtown community for now 95 years. Rooted in its Italian heritage, grown through the years with American culture, and now branching out to immigrants once again, Our Lady of Pompei stays true to its missionary roots.
Each of us has their own, individual story, but the promise of this parish is only realized when our stories come together as one. This parish brims with the stories of all who have made it the place we love.