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Mark – Gospel of the Palms— part of Passover Week

Isaiah:  Servant Song — I listen to the Lord
Psalm 22: In the midst of the assembly I praise you, Lord
Philippians: At the name of Jesus all glorify the Father
Mark: Truly this man was the Son of God

 

Here are the liturgies – March 28 to April 11

 

Easter Masses are not limited to just one day. The Church for centuries has celebrate the Paschal Mystery of Christ of a period of time. The Covid restrictions have let us see that we can have our Easter on all the days below. Each of these liturgies will focus on the mystery of Jesus’ death and resurrection.


Sunday (today) Vigil Mass 5pm (Sat., 10am (Sunday) PALM SUNDAY
Monday Mass at 12:00 Noon
Tuesday Mass at 8:00am
Wednesday Mass at 12:00 Noon
Easter Masses begin

 

Thursday Mass of the Lord’s Supper 5:00 PM
Friday Good Friday Liturgy 12:00 Noon
Saturday Easter Vigil Mass 5:00 PM
Easter Morning Mass 8:00 AM [STILL PLACES AVAILABLE]
Easter morning Mass 10 AM [FILLED TO CAPACITY]

            Easter Monday 4/5 12:00 Noon
            Easter Tuesday 4/6 8:00 AM
            Easter Wednesday 4/7 12:00 Noon
            Easter Thursday 4/8 8:00 AM
            Easter Friday 4/9 12:00 Noon
            Easter Saturday 4/10 8:00 AM
            Easter Octave 4/11 Vigil Sat. 5:00 PM
            Easter Octave 4/11 Day Sun. 10:00 AM

 

 

 

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Gathering Prayer for Palm Sunday

 

After you reminded us at the beginning of Lent that we are mortal human beings you show us today, immortal and eternal God, who we are in relation to you by giving us the example in your Son’s emptying himself so we can imitate him since by entering human flesh he was capable of undergoing the cross for our salvation. This proved his love for us that he wanted us to share in his risen glory at your right hand and left us an example in his own passion through which we, too, can find the way of your loving grace and eternal life together with him. For this grace we ask during these holy days.

 

 

Responsorial Psalm 22:8-9, 17-18, 19-20, 23-24 (2a)

My God, my God, why have you abandoned me?


All who see me scoff at me;

    they mock me with parted lips, they wag their heads:

“He relied on the LORD; let him deliver him,

    let him rescue him, if he loves him.”

 

 

Indeed, many dogs surround me,

    a pack of evildoers closes in upon me;

They have pierced my hands and my feet;

    I can count all my bones.

 

They divide my garments among them,

    and for my vesture they cast lots.

But you, O LORD, be not far from me;

    O my help, hasten to aid me.

 

I will proclaim your name to my brethren;

    in the midst of the assembly I will praise you:

“You who fear the LORD, praise him;

    all you descendants of Jacob, give glory to him;

    revere him, all you descendants of Israel!”

 

Brief summary of the readings [find links below on homepage]

 

Mark – Gospel of the Palms— part of Passover Week

Isaiah:  Servant Song — I listen to the Lord
Psalm 22: In the midst of the assembly I praise you, Lord
Philippians: At the name of Jesus all glorify the Father
Mark: Truly this man was the Son of God