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Our Lenten Mission was presented by Jack Cotter, PhD on March 22nd.

He gave two talks: The Trial of Jesus and The Denial of Peter which you can view on our Youtube channel by clicking the links below. May these reflections be a blessing to you and help you think about the Passion of our Lord in a new way.


Join us in person or pray this devotion individually (online). Stations will take place in the worship space Fridays beginning March 4th at 9:00am (bi-lingual), 3:00pm, and 6:30pm. 

Other Resources to Watch Stations:

Way of the Cross for Children from EWTN (Youtube video 25 mins)
Meditate on Christ’s journey to the cross using this video from Ascension Presents
Consider this beautiful stations of the cross from Catholic Relief Services
Watch the Good Shepherd's Stations of the Cross video provided for your reflection

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Last year we handed out at-home kits that introduced you to the ideas of burying the Alleluia, sacrifice beans, crown of thorns, and more. Check out the handout to recreate anything again: follow the instructions on this handout. 


Lent focuses on prayer, fasting, and almsgiving. As a parish, we want to suggest a few ideas for prayer:


Consider signing up for a daily Lenten email from Bishop Barron or checking these resources for a daily reflection:


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Knights of Columbus Fish Fry - TO GO!

Trying to come up with a meatless meals for Fridays?! Look no further than the Knight's of Columbus FISH FRY DRIVE THRU! Fridays in Lent from 4:00-7:00pm you are invited to come and grab a meal to go.

$9 Dinner: Fish (Baked or Fried), Fries, Hushpuppies, Slaw, and a Drink

A la carte Mac & Cheese for $3


CRS Rice Bowl

Consider giving! Each Lent, Catholic families across the country unite to put their faith into action through prayer, fasting and almsgiving. Through CRS Rice Bowl, families learn about how our sisters and brothers across the globe overcome hardships like hunger and malnutrition, and how through Lenten alms, we have the power to make the world a better place for all.

Faith Formation families can use their physical rice bowl to collect change and money, or feel free to donate directly on their website.


St Patrick's Annual Celebration

Saturday March 12th 7:00pm

RCIA invites the parish to join in fellowship with traditional Irish food, dancing, singing, door prizes, 50/50 raffle, and performance by the Connick School of Irish Dance. Tickets (suggested donations) are $10 per individual or $30 per immediate family; capacity 250 guests. More information and tickets can be found at the Welcome Table after Mass.

Watch Last Year's

A series of Lenten-themed talks about 30-45 minutes - with reflection, prayer, and Q&A.

Join us for 5 weeks of Lent as we journey together through Scriptures and Lenten topics. 

When viewing the videos - To turn on subtitles, click the “CC” (closed captions) icon in the lower right corner.
Click on the “settings” gear icon on the lower right corner.
Click “subtitles” --> “English auto-generated”

Click “auto translate” --> Spanish

 *For resources on the Woman at the Well discussion, please visit here

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