Some common times for Catholic Mass include early morning or early evening, with most churches performing Mass on Saturday and Sunday, as well as select weekdays. Each church sets its own schedule for Mass, so start and end times vary significantly between churches.
Mass is a Catholic religious ceremony, one of the central acts in the religious life of Catholics. It is generally celebrated through a combination of prayer, sermon and hymns sung by the congregation. The practice of Mass dates back to at least 150 AD, when the outline of the ceremony was described by St. Justin. Many Catholics attend Mass once a week.