A door open to the community

Phone: (410) 523-4161

Welcome to Corpus Christi Church and thank you for visiting our website.

We are a vibrant community committed to celebrating our faith in Jesus Christ in the Roman Catholic tradition. We practice our faith by worshipping with joy and calling, addressing issues of social justice, supporting families with children, promoting women’s leadership, reaching out to gay and lesbian Catholics, and extending hospitality to all who seek a welcoming home in the Roman Catholic Church.

Located in the heart of the Bolton Hill historic district, Corpus Christi draws parishioners from throughout the Baltimore Metropolitan Region. Our members are attracted to our relatively small size (approximately 162 households), our hospitality, and our compassionate approach to ministry.

We look forward to welcoming you to Corpus Christi Church.

Current Mass Schedule

Sunday, doors open at 10:15 am for Mass at 10:30 am. In-person and live-streamed via ZOOM

Monday, Wednesday and Friday doors open at 12:00 pm for Mass at 12:10 pm. This is in-person only

Saturday, doors open at 3:50 pm for Mass at 4:00 pm. This is in-person only

Zoom Information
Corpus Christi is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Corpus Christi Mass
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Meeting ID: 980 9043 1991
Passcode: amen

Faith Formation / CLOW Updates

Faith Formation and Children’s Liturgy of the Word (CLOW) will be on March 5th, 19th, and 26th. April dates include the 16th, 23rd, and 30th.   Faith Formation is held at 9:30 am in the Rectory. CLOW will be held during Mass, when Children (pre-school through 1st grade) are called up to the altar for a blessing, then move to the sacristy for an age-appropriate discussion and craft centered on the Gospel reading for the week.  There is no registration, just send your child up when Father Marty calls for the children.  Children return during the offertory song.  Parents, if your little one is unsure or shy, feel free to join us for any or all of the lesson.

Souper Bowl of Caring – Thank you!

Thank you to everyone who participated in our Souper Bowl of Caring!  Together we raised $744.05 to help support or food programs right here at Corpus Christi.  That brings the total raised through Souper Bowl of Caring to $5,580.68 from our parish since 2013, and every single dollar stays in our community helping those in need.  THANK YOU!

Seek the City Listening Sessions

Seek the City to Come is our Archdiocese’s prayerful response to the many needs of our parishes and their neighborhoods. It is a path forward that looks at what the church is currently doing and how it is living in the City of Baltimore and some of the surrounding suburbs. The multi-year process involves extensive listening, learning and open prayerful discussions with individuals, and communities that reflect the rich diversity of the archdiocese, clergy, laity, and religious.

Our next step as a parish in this process is to host listening sessions to gather thoughts from the parish.  We will host several listening sessions in order to hear from as many people as possible.  You can help in three ways.  First, attend a session and let your voice be heard!  Second, invite others to attend with you, especially those who might not be active in the parish.  A personal invitation to someone who no longer attends Mass or someone who sits next to you every Sunday would be incredibly helpful . . . or both!  Third, you can reach out to Kristen Bowden at kristen.bowden@archbalt.org to be a listener.  Listening groups should ideally have 6-10 people in a group, so we might need a few listeners at each session.

Listening sessions will be offered on: 

  • March 12th before Mass from 9:15-10:15 AM in the church
  • March 15th from 7:00-8:00 PM on Zoom
  • March 19th during Faith Formation for parents in the rectory
  • March 26th after Mass from 11:45-12:45 in the church

We look forward to seeing you at one of these sessions to tell us what you identify as the most important strengths, challenges, hopes, and concerns for our parish, Baltimore City, and the Catholic church!

To learn more, about Seek the City, please visit http://www.seekthecity.org