3/27 - The Way of the Cross in the Chapel
5:30 p.m. Light Dinner to follow
Holy Week/Easter Services
Wednesday, April 1
7 p.m. Confessions
Holy Thursday, April 2
7 p.m. Holy Thursday Liturgy
Good Friday, April 3
12 p.m. Seven Last Words
2:30 p.m. Liturgy of the Passion
7 p.m. Stations of the Cross
Holy Saturday, April 4
8 p.m. Easter Vigil
Easter Sunday, April 5
8 a.m. Mass
11 a.m. Mass
2 p.m. Spanish Mass
LENTEN INSPIRATIONAL THOUGHTS FROM POPE FRANCIS
Lent beckons us to “rouse ourselves,” to remind ourselves that, simply put, we are creatures, that we are not God.
Lent is a fitting time for self-denial; we would do well to ask ourselves what we can give up in order to help and enrich others by our own poverty. Let us not forget that real poverty hurts; no self-denial is real without this dimension of penance.
We may be sure that none of our acts of love will be lost. nor any of our acts of sincere concern for others. No single act of love for God will be lost, no generous effort is meaningless, no painful endurance is wasted.
During this time of Lent, the Church, in the name of God, renews her appeal to repentance. It is the call to change one’s life. Conversion is not the question of a moment or a time of the year, it is an undertaking that lasts one’s entire lifetime.
What God cares about most is that we are his friends.