Livestream Schedule and Message from the Pastoral Team

Dear parishioners, dear friends,

Here’s some information about our parish activities in the near future, which I ask you to please share!

We are planning to livestream Masses and devotions online on our Facebook page.

 

Monday: Mass at 8:30 am and 7:00 pm with Stations of the Cross for children at 6:45 pm (all in Polish)

Tuesday: Mass at 8:30 am and 7:00 pm (all in Polish)

Wednesday: Mass at 8:30 am and 7:00 pm with a devotion to Our Lady of Ludzmierz (all in Polish)

Thursday: Mass at 8:30 am (in Polish) and 7:00 pm (in English). Stations of the Cross in English at 6:45 pm

Friday: Mass at 8:30 am and 7:00 pm with Stations of the Cross at 6:45 pm (all in Polish)

Saturday: Mass at 8:30 am and 5:00 pm (in Polish) and 6:30 pm (in English)

Sunday: 9:30 am (in English)
8:00 am, 11:00 am, 1:00 pm, and 6:00 pm (all in Polish). “Gorzkie Zale” Lenten Devotion at 5:40 pm (in Polish).

 

On Sunday, we will begin our parish retreat as scheduled. It will be preached by Fr. Andrzej Juchniewicz OMI from Belarus (Fr. Wojtek spent two years with him in the seminary).

We also ask that you care for each other, especially those who are lonely, elderly, or sick. Please ask those you know if they need help. If you know of anyone who needs help, please submit the information to the parish office or email wojtekojciec@gmail.com and we can act to help them, together!

We are thinking of you, dear parishioners and friends! You are in our hearts and our prayers at this time.

With blessings +

Your pastoral team

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