HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE & LENT RESOURCES

The Truth is in The Cross

In this season of Lent, we invite you to reflect on what the cross means for you. In our world, beaten down by problems, heavy burdens and inequity, believe that your faith is in God – who is powerful and compassionate. Meditate that God has the last word, and align yourself with Jesus, who embraced the cross for you, because He loves you.

Holy Week – We’re happy to bring you Holy Week services via Facebook Live!

April 5 Palm Sunday
9:00 a.m. Mass – via Facebook Live broadcast and also recorded

April 9 Holy Thursday
7:00 p.m.    Mass of the Lord’s Supper – via Facebook Live broadcast and also recorded

 April 10 Good Friday (church will not be open on Good Friday)
7:00 p.m.  Solemn Celebration of the Passion of Christ – via Facebook Live broadcast and also recorded

April 11 Holy Saturday (note earlier time from what was published in the Lent Brochure, and NO Blessing of Easter Food)
7:00 p.m.  Easter Vigil– via Facebook Live broadcast and also recorded

April 12 Easter Sunday Mass
 9:00 a.m.  Easter Mass- via Facebook Live broadcast and also recorded

Listed below are resources to help make this season of Lent more meaningful.

The Best Lent Ever

What if having your best Lent ever included NOT giving up chocolate?  DynamicCatholic.com offers daily emails that will challenge you to live your faith more fully and intentionally. Click HERE to sign up for daily emails.

Lent Made Simple

Lent Made Simple is a journey they breaks Lent down into 7 week long retreats led by one or two speakers per topic book-ended with a focus on beauty. You can sign up and learn more at lentmadesimple.com. Each day you’ll get a 3 minute video from an amazing Catholic speaker.

The weekly themes are: 

  1. The Person of Jesus
  2. What is the Gospel?
  3. What it looks to be made whole today
  4. 7 Steps in the Journey of Conversion
  5. Prayer
  6. Discovering Who I am Created to Be
  7. Beauty

Lent with the Saints

Connect and pray with the Church’s most beloved saints and holy people—Thomas Merton, Francis, Clare, Damien of Molokai, Teresa of Calcutta, and Gianna Molla, to name a few! Sign up here.

Daily e-Spirations

Sign up to have daily inspirational messages sent straight to your inbox from Franciscan University of Steubenville. Sign up here.

Online sites offer enriching inspiration for today’s Catholics.  Check these out:

+ FRANCISCAN: https://blog.franciscanmedia.org/minute-meditations

+RICHARD ROHR—FRANCISCAN: https://cac.org/category/daily-meditations/

+ CATHOLIC MOTHERS:  https://catholicmom.com/faith/daily-prayer/

+ JESUIT IGNATIAN: https://www.loyolapress.com/3-minute-retreats-daily-online-prayer