WE CELEBRATE THE PASSION, DEATH, AND RESURRECTION OF JESUS
Holy Week begins on Sunday March 28 which is Palm Sunday. We have not cancelled any of the Holy Week services this year because of the COVID Pandemic as things are looking brighter for a change. Please check our schedule and check your availability. If you recall, the entire week was cancelled last year, but that is not true this year. We will still be practicing face masking and social distancing. We certainly encourage you to attend as many services as you feel comfortable attending. Notice that there is only one service of the Lord’s Passion on Good Friday at 3:00 PM.
Fr. Terry Hazel
Live-Streamed at 4:30 PM on March 27
Let us begin Holy Week knowing we have victory over our battles
through Christ. May your palm be a reminder that, like Jesus,
our victories sometimes come through times of trial.
HOLY WEEK and EASTER SERVICES
TENEBRAE, Wednesday, March 31, 7:00 PM
HOLY THURSDAY, April 1
Mass of the Lord’s Supper: 7:00 PM
Night Prayer: 11:00 PM
GOOD FRIDAY, April 2
Passion of Our Lord: 3:00 PM
HOLY SATURDAY, April 3
Blessing of Food: 12:00 Noon
Easter Vigil: 8:00 PM
EASTER SUNDAY, April 4
Masses: 9:00 and 11:00 AM
Special music before all Easter Sunday Masses
Celebrate the Triduum
"Triduum" Means “Three Days.”
This seventy-two hour period is the most important celebration of our entire liturgical calendar.
It begins on Holy Thursday evening and concludes with Vespers (Evening Prayer) on Easter Sunday.
The Sacred Triduum is actually ONE liturgy over three days.
We may go home and come back again, but we do not actually “begin” and “end” our daily celebrations.