Calendar of Events


2019 HOLY WEEK MASS AND SERVICE SCHEDULE

 

PALM SUNDAY, APRIL 14

Saturday Evening Anticipated Mass at 4:00 pm (St. Rosalia)

Saturday Evening Anticipated Mass at 6:00 pm with Bishop Zubik (St. Paul Cathedral)

6:30 am (St. Paul Cathedral)

9:30 am (St. Stephen)

10:00 am (St. Paul Cathedral)

10:00 am (St. Regis)

11:00 am (St. Rosalia)

12:00 noon (St. Paul Cathedral)

12:00 noon Spanish Mass (St. Regis)

6:00 pm (St. Paul Cathedral)

 

HOLY THURSDAY, APRIL 18

Chrism Mass with Bishop Zubik at 10:00 am (St. Paul Cathedral)

Mass of the Lord’s Supper with Bishop Zubik at 7:00 pm (St. Paul Cathedral)

Mass of the Lord’s Supper at 7:30 pm (St. Rosalia)

Visitation to the Four Churches in our grouping from 8:30 – 10:30 pm

 

GOOD FRIDAY, APRIL 19

Seven Last Words at 12:00 noon (St. Paul Cathedral)

Good Friday Service with Bishop Zubik at 1:30 pm (St. Paul Cathedral)

Good Friday Service at 3:00 pm (St. Stephen)

Confessions from 3:30 until 5:00 pm (St. Paul Cathedral)

Ecumenical Tenebrae with Bishop Zubik at 7:00 pm (St. Paul Cathedral)

Stations of the Cross at 7:00 pm (St. Regis)

 

HOLY SATURDAY, APRIL 20

Blessing of the Food and Easter Baskets with

Bishop Zubik at 12:00 noon (St. Paul Cathedral)

 

Easter Vigil for all four parishes in our grouping with

Bishop Zubik at 8:30 pm (St. Paul Cathedral)

 

No other Saturday evening Masses will be celebrated

 

EASTER SUNDAY, APRIL 21

6:30 am (St. Paul Cathedral)

9:30 am (St. Stephen)

10:00 am (St. Paul Cathedral)

11:00 am (St. Rosalia)

11:00 am Bilingual Mass in English and Spanish (St. Regis)

12:00 noon (St. Paul Cathedral)

2:00 pm Easter Blessing of Families with Bishop Zubik

6:00 pm (St. Paul Cathedral)

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

our-lady-of-perpetual-help-novena-mass-baclaran-live-stream

  • Weekly Novena to Our Mother of Perpetual Help – The Eucharist is exposed on the altar at 7:00pm and confessions are heard from 7-7:30pm. The novena prayers and benediction begin at about 7:30pm until about 8:00pm. Please consider attending and bringing your needs and prayers to the attention of the Blessed Mother who always hears our prayers and desires to lead us to the loving heart of her son, Jesus Christ.
  • Our monthly afternoon of Eucharistic Adoration is held on the last Sunday of each month, we expose the Blessed Sacrament at the close of the 12:00 Noon Mass and have adoration from 1 pm until 5 pm.  Solemn Vespers with the Cathedral Schola and Benediction take place at 5 pm.  I encourage you to stop in and pray before the Blessed Sacrament.  There are great fruits that come to all who make a vigil of prayer in the presence of Jesus in the Eucharist.  It is important that our children and young people learn the importance of this prayer and engage in devotion to the Holy Eucharist.  Please join us for prayer and worship.