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regular MASS TIMES

Weekends
5 PM Saturday in the Main Church
7 AM, 9 AM, and 11 AM Sunday in the Main Church
Weekday Masses
6:30 AM Tuesday-Friday in the Main Church
Weekday Communion Services
6:30 AM Monday in the Main Church
Holy Days of Obligation
6:30am, 8:30am, 7:00pm in the Main Church
RECONCILIATION
Saturdays 4:00-4:30 PM
ADORATION
Wednesdays in the Historic Church from 8 AM until 8 PM

Holy Week 2019 (all in the Main Church unless noted)

Palm Sunday Mass (Apr 13/14):
Sat 5pm, Sun 7am, 9am and 11am

April 15-17 (Mon-Wed)
6:30am Mass

Maundy (Holy) Thursday, April 18
7:30am Morning Prayer, 7:00pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper

Good Friday, April 19
7:30am Morning Prayer
12:00pm Stations/Cross (Historic Church)
7:00pm Celebration of the Lord’s Passon and Death. Veneration of the Cross, Holy Communion

Holy Saturday, April 20
7:30am Morning Prayer
11am Easter Blessing of Food (Historic Church)
8pm The Easter Vigil

Easter Sunday, April 21
Masses at 7am (Main Church),
9am and 11am (Historic Church and Main Church)

Jesus took the path of Lent together with His disciples during His life on earth. He continues to follow it together with His Church. Lent is a period of the intense presence of Christ in the Church. We ought to get closer to Christ during this season. (St. John Paul II) A Gallup Poll released on March 13 said that a third of U.S. Catholics—37 percent—surveyed in January and February said they have questioned whether they should remain in the Church. Where do we stand on this? Have you considered leaving the Church? And if so, would you ever leave Christ? As we move toward the climax of Lent I invite you to delve more deeply into the Cross and Jesus’ acceptance of it for your sins and failings. Perhaps, we all need to enter more fully into the meaning of Lent, the Cross and the Resurrection, so we can make a faith-filled renewal of our Baptismal Promises on Easter (just less than a month away). Are you in this journey with me?


News and Current Events

sunday readings

March 24, 2019
Exodus 3: 1-8, 13-15
Psalms 103
1 Corinthians 10: 1-6, 10-12
Luke 13: 1-9

March 31, 2019
Joshua 5: 9-12
Psalms 81
2 Corinthians 5: 17-21
Luke 15: 1-3, 11-32

newly baptized into the church

Elena Irene Lurie
Nicole Lauren Brincks

recently married

Alex Garcia and Megan Frisby

please pray for the recently deceased

Sheila Jakaitis
Michael Horcher