Today—Palm Sunday—begins Holy Week. Now of course, Easter everyone knows and celebrates but what about Holy Thursday, Good Friday and, most especially, Holy Saturday? Those three days are the heart and soul of our Faith—so why not pick one, or two, or all three and join with us in the prayer and remembrance of our Lord’s life, death and resurrection… and, actually, our own as well.
At the Holy Saturday Vigil we also, will welcome to the Faith six new members with the most beautiful and inspiring ritual, readings and music.
I really hope you can share these most important days.
Holy Week 2015
Monday of Holy Week, March 30th,
7pm Lenten Reconciliation Service with Individual Confession
Wednesday of Holy Week, April 1st
School Children’s Mass, 8:15am
Holy Thursday Mass, Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper, Thursday, April 2nd
7pm Mass with Washing of the Feet in Church; Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament following Mass
* We have returned to a more traditional Holy Thursday celebration. There will be no lamb dinner.
Good Friday of the Passion of the Lord, Friday, April 3rd
8am Morning Prayer
3pm Stations of the Cross
7pm Veneration of the Cross
Easter Vigil, Saturday, April 4th
Mass at 7:30pm (Bishop Kane will be celebrating with us this year.)
Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord, Sunday, April 5th
Masses – 8am, 10:30am
* Please note – There will be no 4pm Mass on Easter Sunday.
* Easter Egg Hunt – The Easter Egg Hunt in the School Hall will begin between 9:15- 9:30am on Easter morning, after the 8am Mass is over.
Thank you to Cathy Kyle for all her efforts in making this possible for the kids!