Lenten Activities

Now that we are off and running in Lent … the Parish has a few offerings for spiritual advancement and spiritual nourishment.

Beginning this Wednesday, March 9th, we will start 5-week, video (cum book) series titled NO GREATER LOVE: A BIBLICAL WALK THROUGH CHRIST’S PASSION by Edward Sri. On Wednesdays this adult formation opportunity will take place at 7:00PM.  The Wednesday session will be repeated on Thursdays at 9:30AM.  The Biblical Walk through Christ’s Passion will run according to these same times on March 16&17; March 23&24; March 30/31; and April 6&7.

 

 

  • The first of the three Lenten Soup Suppers is on the evening of March 9th. It will be preceded by Evening Prayer (Vespers) in the church at 6:00PM.  The other Lenten Soup Suppers are scheduled for March 23rd and April 6th, the 23rd being preceded by Evening Prayer and the 6th proceeded by Living Stations of the Cross being led by our school students

  • School students will lead us in prayer through their moving “Living Stations of the Cross” held at 8:45AM in the church on the following coming Fridays: March 11th; March 25th; April 1st; and April 8th. This will Live Streamed for our congregation.

  • The more traditional Stations of the Cross will take place in the church on Fridays in Lent at 7:00PM.

  • On Tuesdays in Lent, Father Summers will pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy with the students in the School right after the morning Mass. Last Lent, Father prayed the Chalet in the church once a week in the evening, but only two or three would come, so Father thought he would try praying it with a “captive” audience.

  • The Lenten Penance Service/Confessions are on the afternoon of March 27th beginning at 3:00PM.

  • The Diocese has assigned us Thursday, April 7th as the day we are to host a day-long period of Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament from 8:30am to 6:30pm. Father Summers will close the time with Benediction.

Please come to pray and learn together.

 

 

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