Holy Week Events




Saturday March 24: Vigil Mass at 4:00 PM

Sunday March 25: Masses at 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM & 5:30 PM Mass

**Forty Hours Devotion begins AFTER THE 5:30 PM MASS AND CONTINUES ALL DURING THE NIGHT & ALL DAY MONDAY MARCH 26 AND TUESDAY MARCH 27, ENDING AT 5:00 PM followed by Mass at 5:30.

Monday, March 26 – FORTY HOURS DEVOTION Continues

Tuesday, March 27 – FORTY HOURS DEVOTION Continues, ending at 5:00 PM followed by Mass at 5:30 PM

Wednesday, March 28 – 8:30 AM Mass

HOLY THURSDAY, MARCH 29: No 8:30 am Mass

5:30 PM  Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper (volunteers needed for the Washing of Feet)

(Church Open Following Mass)

7:00 PM  Parish Covered Dish Supper-Everyone is invited to join us for our covered dish supper! Bring a favorite dish to share. This is always a very well attended event ~ ALL are welcome!

7:00 – 10:00 PM ongoing Eucharistic Adoration in church. The Church will remain open for quiet prayer & adoration of the Blessed Sacrament until 10:00 PM. All are encouraged to join in Night Prayer at 10:00 PM, after which the church will be closed.


GOOD FRIDAY, MARCH 30: Universal Day of Fast & Abstinence for All Catholics

No 8:30 AM Mass (Mass is not celebrated at all, anywhere in the world, on Good Friday.)

9:00 AM  Morning Prayer in Church

1:00-2:00 PM  Sacrament of Reconciliation/Confession

3:00 PM  Good Friday Liturgy – reading of the Passion, veneration of the Cross & reception of Holy Communion; Collection for the Holy Land<

7:00 PM  Solemn Stations of the Cross


HOLY SATURDAY, MARCH 31: No 8:30 am Mass

 9:00 AM  Morning Prayer

12:00 Noon  Blessing of Easter Food/Baskets – please be sure foods are wrapped and sealed.

3:00 PM  Please Help Decorate the Church for Easter — Many Hands Make Light Work

7:00 PM  Solemn Easter Vigil Mass



8:00 AM & 10:00 AM – Celebrate Jesus’ Resurrection – All are welcome!

(NO 5:30 PM Mass Easter Sunday evening) 

NOTE: Please return your filled Operation Rice Bowl to Church. Thank you for your almsgiving to help the poor!

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