The quinceañera is a traditional celebration of life and gratitude to God on the occasion of the fifteenth birthday of a young Hispanic woman. The ritual emphasizes her passage from childhood to adulthood. The family usually requests a Mass or a blessing to be held in the Church. The rite is frequently celebrated in several countries in the Americas, including Mexico, Central and South America and the Caribbean. It is frequently requested by Hispanic Catholics in the dioceses of the United States of America.
How far in advance should I reserve the date?
Due to the high number of quinceañera celebrations here at St. Clement and in order to complete the Quinceañera Process, we recommend you reserving the date one (1) year in advance from from Quinceañera celebration date. Our calendar for next year opens up the first week in July.
What time can a Quinceañera Mass be celebrated?
Quinceañera Masses are celebrated at 11:00am on Saturdays (the 1:00pm time slot is reserved for weddings)
What documents do I need at time of registration?
- Baptism Certificate
- First Communion Certificate
- Parents who are NOT registered parishioners of St. Clement will need to provide a “Permission Letter” from the parish where they are registered.
How do I reserve a date for Quinceañera Mass?
To schedule a Quince Mass, please fill out Quinceañera Registration and Guidelines by pressing button below. Once completed, please print and email, along with copies of Baptism and First Communion certificates to: [email protected]. Mass date will NOT be reserved without these documents.
If you have additional questions, please contact Erin Stone, Parish Secretary, at:
813-752-8251 or press HERE to send a message.