What are you doing for Lent?
Daily Weekday Mass
Stations of the Cross every Friday
Youth Living Stations of the Cross
Simple Meals on Friday during Lent
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Sacrament of Confession for Easter
Small Faith Sharing Groups
Catholic Relief Services Rice Bowls
Faith Formation Family Activities for Lent
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Holy Thursday April 13
Mass of the Lord’s Supper
Holy Martyrs 5:30 pm St. Gregory 6:00 pm
Mass followed by Adoration and
Loaves and Fishes Meal
Good Friday, April 14
Stations of the Cross
Sacred Heart noon Holy Martyrs 3 pm
St. Gregory 3 pm
Liturgy of the Passion of the Lord and Veneration of the Cross
· Holy Martyrs 5:30 pm
· St. Gregory 6:00 pm
· Sacred Heart 6:30 pm
· St. Jude 6:30 pm
Holy Saturday, April 15
· Sacred Heart 7:45 pm
· St. Gregory 7:45 pm
Easter Sunday, April 16
The Resurrection of the Lord
· Sacred Heart 8:00 am and 11 am
· Holy Martyrs 8:30 am and 10:30 am, no 5:30 pm
· St. Gregory 8:30 am
· St. Jude 9:30 am
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Please take the time to remember in prayer those who are ill:
Wilfred "Sonny" Joy who fell recently and was seriously, injured, that he have a quick recovery.
Cathy Madore as she deals with her chronic headaches.
Mimi Rice as she recovers from recent surgery.
Georgette Dionne as she recovers from surgery.
Peter Snyder, for full recovery after operation and treatment.
Ed Collins who is recovering from a recent illness.
If you want to request prayers for someone in need, please free to contact Fr. Daniel Greenleaf at email@example.com
For information about Anointing of the Sick, please click here. .