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Program for Holy Week

All Masses and the liturgies will be celebrated without the participation of the faithful in the church, however we encourage everyone to participate in them via the website by going to the Parish TV link. Adoration will be carried out in the same way.

Holy Thursday – April 9

Holy Thursday Liturgy: 7 pm (bilingual)
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament following the Mass until Friday 3 pm

Good Friday – April 10

Divine Mercy Chaplet: 2:45 pm – 3 pm
Good Friday Liturgy: 5 pm (Polish)
Stations of the Cross: 6 pm (bilingual)
Good Friday Liturgy in English will follow Stations of the Cross
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament at the Lord’s tomb until Easter Vigil

Holy Saturday – April 11

Easter Vigil: 8 pm

Blessing of Easter Baskets: 9 am – 2:30 pm.
We will be broadcasting a prayer of blessing of the food every half hour on our Facebook and Youtube live stream (links above). At the same time one of the Fathers will be blessing the Easter Baskets in a drive through manner on the Church parking lot. Guards will direct the traffic, please follow their instructions. You may not leave your car. Open the window from driver’s side and display the basket. After the blessing, please leave the parking lot immediately.

Resurrection Sunday – April 12

Holy Mass: 6 am, 8 am, 9:30 am (English), 11 am, 1 pm
There will be no 6 pm Mass

Easter Monday – April 13

Holy Mass: 8:30 am, 7 pm

RSS Vatican News

  • Pope prays for Covid-struck Cuba 5 years from his visit
    During the General Audience Pope Francis recalls his apostolic journey to Cuba 5 years ago and prays for the island that is hard-hit by the pandemic. He also greets Polish pilgrims and lauds their work to safeguard life.
  • US Bishops call for an end to federal executions.
    Two US Bishops call on US President Donald Trump and the US Attorney General to stop federal use of the death penalty ahead of another execution this week.
  • The Good Samaritan: Re-affirming the Gospel of Life
    The Vatican has published a new letter entitled “Samaritanus bonus” — The Good Samaritan — on caring for those who are approaching the end of their lives. The Letter provides the foundations for an integral and holistic approach to caring for people who are suffering, especially those with critical or terminal illnesses.

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