Events Schedule

HOLY WEEK

COME JOIN US!

 

Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord - March 28th

The Palm Sunday Liturgy and the Liturgies of the Easter Triduum are celebrated on the Church’s High Holy Days. They are not preparing for Easter, they are Easter.

 

On these days above all others, the faithful are encouraged to participate fully, actively and wholeheartedly.

 

Our Mass Schedule: We accept 500 Participants Per Mass

  • 8:30 am

  • 10:00 am

  • 12:15 pm 

  • 6:00 pm

 

 

No GREATER LOVE Video - Join Us! It's Free!

Today at 11:15am In Church

Today's Video:

Jesus Last 7 Words and What Their Meaning is for Us today!

It's free - all families are welcome!

Events Schedule

The GREAT HOLY TRIDUUM COME JOIN US!

 

 

Holy Thursday - April 1st

  • 9:00 am - Morning Prayer

  • 7:30 pm Mass of our Lord's Supper

Followed by Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

This year the Blessed Sacrament will be reposed in the Tabernacle and the Foot-Washing Ceremony is eliminated.

 

 

Good Friday - April 2nd

  • 9:00 am - Morning Prayer

Noon - Outdoor Stations of the Cross

  • 3pm - Good Friday Service

 

Holy Saturday - April 3rd

  • 9:00 am - Morning Prayer

  • 10:00 am - Decorating of the Church

  • 11:30am - Blessing of the Food

  • 8:30 pm - Easter Vigil Mass

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How To Live 
Holy Week
Online Resources
for Lent
Lenten Mission Talk
Tuesday, March 2nd 
Session 2 - Encountering Jesus even in times of Isolation - with Fr. Eugene - See Video Below
Lenten Mission Talk 
Tuesday, March 9th at 
Session 3 - Responding to Jesus’s Call with Faithful Surrender - with Fr. Chris - See Video Below
Fasting &
Abstinence
A Fruitful Lent
Practices

Prayers for a

Holy Hour

Eucharistic Adoration - Fridays, during Lent, after Stations of the Cross, 1-4pm
Reconciliation Every Saturday 10:30 – 11:45am or by individual appointment. To make an appointment call 201-262-1122

March 1st - 19th

Soles for St. Joseph Shoe Drive

Donate your shoes to protect the planet and help lift people out of poverty in honor of St. Joseph.

Donation bins in front of St. Joseph in Church – each pair must have shoelaces tied together or be rubber-banded together.