Keeping Lent in the Jubilee Year

Holy Week

  • Holy Thursday (March 24):  7pm to 8pm – Mass of the Lord’s Supper
  • Good Friday (March 25):  3pm to 4pm – Celebration of the Lord’s Passion
  • Holy Saturday (March 26)
    • 9am – Morning Prayer with RCIA elect
    • 10am to 10:30am – Blessing of Easter Food
    • 8pm to 10pm – Easter Vigil Mass
  • Easter Sunday (March 27)
    • 7:30am – Mass in the Church
    • 9:30am – Mass in the Church
    • 10am – Mass in the Gym
    • 11:30am – Mass in the Church
    • 12pm – Mass in the Gym
    • 5:30pm – Mass

Daily Mass Schedule:  Weekday mornings at 9am in the Chapel *Weekend Mass Schedule: Saturdays @ 5:30pm, Sundays @ 7:30am, 9:30am, 11:30am and 5:30pm

Weekly Reconciliation Saturdays at 4:30pm in the Eucharistic Chapel of the Church

Parish Reconciliation Services Monday, February 22nd – 7pm to 8pm Monday, February 29th – 11am to 12noon




RCIA Each year on Holy Saturday during the Easter Vigil,  thousands of are baptized into the Catholic Church in the United States. They have been on a journey of faith, asking questions of themselves and our parish about what it means to lead a life of faith within our church. The days of Lent are the final Period of Purification and Enlightenment leading up to the Easter Vigil. Lent is a period of preparation marked by prayer, study, and spiritual direction for the Elect, and prayers for them by the parish communities. You can meet and learn the stories of some of the adults preparing for initiation by visiting If you would like more information about RCIA, please contact us at

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