Holy Week 2015

Today we begin the holiest week of the year. The Triduum – Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday – focuses our attention on the incredible love and sacrifice Christ has for us; Easter Sunday celebrates his triumph over death and incredible gift of eternal salvation. As we journey through his Last Supper, passion, death, and resurrection, join in our events. The schedule is available in our bulletin (Bulletin-2015-03-29), but we’ve copied it here too.

Tuesday, March 31

  • 4:30p – carpool to the Chrism Mass at Holy Family Cathedral
  • No 5:15p Mass at Newman

Thursday, April 2 – Holy Thursday

  • No Evening Prayer
  • 5p – Mass of the Lord’s Supper
  • After Mass until 11:59p – Chapel of Repose open (in smaller chapel with separate entrance on the east side of the building)

Friday, April 3 – Good Friday

  • No overnight Adoration
  • No Morning Prayer
  • 3p – Liturgy of the Passion of Our Lord
  • No Evening Prayer
  • 5p – Meager meatless meal
  • 8p – “The Passion of the Christ” screening

Saturday, April 4 – Holy Saturday

  • 5a – Tenebrae
  • 10p – Easter Vigil Mass, followed by our Easter Party

Sunday, April 5 – Easter Sunday

  • 11a – Easter Mass, followed by brunch
  • No 5p Mass