02/17/2021 01:32pm

Ash Wednesday Services:
February 17: 5:15 & 7:15 pm
Ash Wednesday is the beginning of Lent. Many people traditionally come to Mass and receive ashes on their foreheads. Ash Wednesday is not a holy day, yet this custom has great meaning for many.
Because of Covid, we have been instructed, in an effort to not touch one person’s face after another, to NOT place ashes on the forehead. Instead we will be using what is done in various parts of Europe. That is, when a person chooses to come forward – and it is optional – the priest or deacon will ‘sprinkle’ a bit of ashes over that person’s head. Yes, there will be ashes in your hair, but it will be very little.

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May 2021

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
1
  • First Saturday Mass & Confession
  • St. Mark & Luke Rms reserved
  • cleaning angels
  • Wedding
  • Reconciliation
  • Mass
2
3
4
5
  • School Mass - private
  • Prayer Shawl
  • cleaning angels
  • Building Disciples of Jesus
6
  • Amazing Parish prayer
  • Amazing Parish mtg in PLC
  • Confession
  • Mass
  • Choir practice
7
8
9
10
  • Catholic Book Study in PLC
  • Boy Scouts
11
12
  • School Mass - private
  • Prayer Shawl
  • Building Disciples of Jesus
13
  • Amazing Parish prayer
  • Staff calendar meeting
  • Confession
  • Mass
  • Choir practice
14
15
16
17
18
19
  • School Mass - private
  • cleaning angels
  • Prayer Shawl
  • Building Disciples of Jesus
20
  • Amazing Parish prayer
  • Amazing Parish mtg in PLC
  • Staff Meeting in St. John Rm
  • Confession
  • Mass
  • Choir practice
21
22
23
  • Mass
  • Mass
  • Cathedral adult Confirmation
  • St. Mary Grad Mass
24
25
  • Bible Study
  • Staff Prayer
  • Mass
  • Pro Life in St. Mt Rm.
  • Pastoral Council
26
  • School Mass - private
  • Prayer Shawl
27
  • Amazing Parish prayer
  • Deanery meeting at St Marys
  • Confession
  • Mass
28
29
30
31
  • Office Closed