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 Other than the Eucharist, the other great Sacrament of Healing in our Catholic Tradition is the Sacrament of Reconciliation.  As a Church, we believe that Jesus instituted the Sacrament so that we could know of his love and forgiveness, through the presence of a minister of the Church.  Of course it is God alone who forgives sin, but he chose to come to us through the priest.  The beauty of the Sacrament is that we know for sure we are forgiven after the words of Absolution are spoken by the priest.     read more







Lent 2018: Daily Mass (M-F), 5:30pm; Confession: M-Th, 6-6:30pm; Th, 7:30am & 8:30am; Sat, 8:30am & 3-4:15pm; Stations of the Cross: F, 6pm

Holy Week

  • Monday, March 26: Mass at 7am, 8am, 5:30pm; Penance Service 7-8:30pm
  • Tuesday, March 27: Mass at 7am, 8am, 5:30pm; Confession 6-6:30pm
  • Wednesday, March 28: Mass at 7am, 8am, 5:30pm; Confession 6-6:30pm
  • Holy Thursday, March 29: NO Mass at 7am, 8am, 5:30pm; Mass at 7pm; confessions following Mass; adoration & personal prayer time in the church following Mass
  • Good Friday, March 30: NO Mass at 7am, 8am, 5:30pm;  12pm- Seven Last Words; 1pm- Rosary; 2pm- Stations of the Cross; 2:30pm- Divine Mercy Chaplet; 3pm-Liturgy (with distribution of Eucharist); 7pm- Evening Prayers; Confessions 11am-2:45 & after the liturgy
  • Holy Saturday, March 31: NO Mass at 8am, 4:30pm; Easter Vigil Mass at 8pm; Confessions 11am-4pm
  • Easter Sunday, April 1: Mass at 7:30am, 9am, 11am; NO Mass at 7:30pm

Divine Mercy Sunday: Divine Mercy Chaplet, Adoration & Confessions in the church at 3pm  

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