Mass is the common name for the Eucharistic liturgy of the Catholic Church. Also referred to as Eucharist, Celebration of the Liturgy, Eucharistic celebration, Sacrifice of the Mass or The Lord’s Supper. The primary way in which we celebrate the Lord’s Day is with our participation in the Sunday Eucharist. What better way to celebrate the Resurrection of the Lord than by celebration of the memorial of his Passion, death, and Resurrection? This celebration is not a solitary, private event. Instead, we come together as the People of God, the Church, to worship with one heart and one voice.
|Sunday||8:00 am, 10:30 am|
|Monday – Communion Service||8:15 am|
|Tuesday (All School Mass when school is in session)||8:15 am|
|Friday (All School Mass when school is in session)||8:15 am|
|Eve of Holy Day||6:30 pm|
|Holy Day||8:15 am, 6:30 pm|
Liturgy of the Hours
It is our practice to recite Morning Prayer from the Liturgy of the Hours in combination with the celebration of Daily Mass on days when the school children are not present. The prayers for Morning Prayer can be found in the “Shorter Christian Prayer” books located at the entrances to the church or on the altar rails.
|Saturday||3:00 – 4:00 pm|
|Thursday before first Friday||4:00 pm until all are heard|