‘Celebrating the triumphant entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem’
10th – Sat 5:00pm, Sun 8:00am, 9:30, 11:00 and 12:30 Live-streamed at 11:00 
‘Celebrating our Lord’s Giving of the Eucharist’
Thursday April 14th – 7:00 pm Followed by EUCHARISTIC ADORATION Until Midnight
‘Remembering the Sacrifice of our Lord Jesus Christ’
Friday April 15th – 12:00pm & 3:00pm STATION OF THE CROSS @ 7:00PM
‘Celebrating Christ’s Rising and the Easter Sacraments’
Saturday April 16th – 8:00 pm with incense.
Alleluia He is Risen!
Sunday April 17th – 8:00am, 9:30am, 11:00am and 12:30pm –
 Live-streamed at 11:00am
Lent is the time in the Church when we prepare for Jesus’ Suffering, Death & Resurrection. The purpose of Lent is to help us grow in our faith and become spiritually stronger. We have the opportunity during Lent to spend time in the desert with Jesus…

What's the purpose of Lent?

Prayer, Fasting & Alms Giving…

During this time of preparation, the Church asks us to cultivate a deeper friendship with God through PRAYER, to control and reorder our desires for physical goods through FASTING, and to show our love in the concrete way of GIVING ALMS.

Do Lent Right…

Fr. Mark-Mary gives some practical advice on how to do Lent differently this year. It begins with having the right mindset. Namely, we ought to remember that Lent is a time to establish a deeper relationship with God. It facilitates conversation with the Lord, making it easier to grow in intimacy with him.

Picking a Thing for Lent…

We can easily fool ourselves into thinking strictness equates to holiness. Likewise, we can fall into the trap of thinking that the easiest thing will be the most helpful. What do I really need to do or give up for Lent? 

Register for this FREE Lenten Series from Scott Hahn!

Register for the FREE Lenten streaming series, led by Scott Hahn, featuring faith-inspiring talks on Confession, prayer, the Eucharist, and knowing the Gospel. Watch for free, available only during Lent. Get to the roots of our faith this Lent—sign up now! 

Sign up for one or more of these amazing Lenten Reflections (some are video based) to help you grow deeper this Lent…

BEST LENT EVER 2.0! This year for the first time ever…Dynamic Catholic is offering you TWO options for BEST LENT EVER. Every day, you will receive two short, practical and inspiring videos in your inbox, each representing a pathway leading toward a better version of you and a closer relationship with God. he world has changed. You’ve changed. And in order to offer a truly transformative experience, we developed two pathways designed specifically to meet you where you are, no matter where you are in your spiritual journey. Follow this link to see your options!
40 DAYS TO GRACE AND GLORY: Journey this Lent with Dr. Tim Gray by signing up for Daily Lenten Reflections. Each day you will receive in your inbox a short video which features Dr. Gray commenting on the daily Mass readings, explaining the Scriptures, and providing you with concrete ideas on how to apply them to your Christian life. Available for free on FORMED.
BISHOP BARRON: Get FREE daily Lenten Gospel Reflections from Bishop Robert Barron! Subscribe today for FREE and get the full Gospel reading for each day of Lent 2022, a short reflection from Bishop Robert Barron conveniently delivered to your email inbox each morning.
GOOD CATHOLIC – THE CATHOLIC COMPANY: Lenten Meditations: Ken and Janelle invite you to journey together with them this Lent! Short (6-9 minute) daily video meditations with Ken and Janelle Monday-Friday based upon themes from the Mass during Lent, quoting the great saints of the Church, drawing upon the book, “In Conversation With God” By Fr. Francis. Prepare to celebrate Easter! Journey deeper in intimacy with Jesus and discover the beauty of the Catholic Spiritual lifeFernandez-Carvajal.
AMEN APP: Lent is a wonderful time to spend time LISTENING to God’s Word, and the Amen App is the perfect place to do just that. Inside the Amen App you will be able to: Begin your day by listening to the DAILY READINGS. Meditate on the Wisdom of the Saints as you PRAY THE ROSARY. Add specific Lenten prayers, like the Prayer Before a Crucifix to your daily routine. Enter into the suffering of our Lord through the Tears of Christ, written by St. John Henry Newman. Listen to the Stations of the Cross written by JPII. There is great material for the kids as well! All this and SO much more!