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Welcome to

Saint Ambrose Roman Catholic Church

300 S. Tucson Blvd. Tucson, AZ 85716

Welcome to Saint Ambrose Catholic Church!


Welcome to St. Ambrose Catholic Church. Founded in 1946 by Monsignor Don H. Hughes, and under the direction of  then Bishop Daniel J. Gercke, St. Ambrose  was erected to serve the rapidly growing city of Tucson as it continued to expand eastward.  


St. Ambrose currently serves what is now the midtown area of Tucson, from Park Ave east to Columbus Blvd, and from 5th Street south to Aviation and 32nd St.  


Our Pastor Fr. Mark Long has been serving the St. Ambrose community since July 1, 2011.

Mass Times


5:30 PM


8:30 AM

10:30 AM

12:00 PM (Spanish)

Daily Mass


9:00 AM



3:45 PM–5:00 PM


Baptisms are held the third Sunday of each month. Contact the Parish Office to begin preparations.

Parish News

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Novena to the Immaculate Heart of Mary


Join us in praying a Novena to the Immaculate Heart of Mary from June 23rd to July 1st, for the intentions of Father Mark and the St. Ambrose community.

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Walking with Moms in Need


Through Walking with Moms in Need, Catholics can help vulnerable women and find support in welcoming and caring for their children.

For more information on Walking with Moms in Need, visit the website, or join us at in Room 109 on June 27th at 10AM for our first meeting.

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Join us in Praying the Rosary for The Sanctification of Priests

Our priests are under constant attack by forces trying to destroy our sacramental bonds with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Join us daily in prayer to support and protect our priests.


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Vocations Corner


Pope Benedict XVI's
Prayer for Priests

Lord Jesus Christ, eternal High Priest,
You offered yourself to the Father on the altar of the Cross
and through the outpouring of the Holy Spirit
gave Your priestly people a share in Your redeeming sacrifice.

Hear our prayer for the sanctification of our priests.
Grant that all who are ordained to the ministerial priesthood
may be ever more conformed to You, the Divine Master.
May they preach the Gospel with pure heart and clear conscience.

Let them be shepherds according to Your own Heart,
single-minded in service to You and to the Church
and shining examples of a holy, simple and joyful life.

Through the prayers of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Your Mother and ours,
draw all priests and the flocks entrusted to their care
to the fullness of eternal life where you live and reign
with the Father and the Holy Spirit, one God, forever and ever.




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