Lenten Activities, Schedules, Holy Week and Easter

Reading Catholic Community - Lenten Mission:  "Embrace Your Call to Holiness!"

Join us for 3 evenings of forming disciples: Sunday, March 31 through Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Evening #1 - Sunday, March 31st at St. Agnes Parish, 6:30PM - 8:30PM
“Forming Disciples for Mission”
Develop an understanding of what makes evangelizing parishes and consider practical ways to evangelize in parish life.

Evening #2 - Monday, April 1st at St. Athanasius Parish, 7PM - 9PM
“Forming Disciples for Mission” (continued)

Evening #3 -Tuesday, April 2nd at St. Agnes Parish, 7PM - 9PM
“Forming Leaders for Mission” & “Understanding the Collaborative Model for Mission”
Support all in the parish community in discerning and developing personal calls to lead within the individual, family, community, parish, and collaborative lives.  The evening includes a mixture of group activities, individual reflection, prayer and conversation.

Join us for hospitality following the conclusion of this evening’s activities.

Holy Thursday, April 18, 2019
7:30PM - St. Athanasius -  Mass of the Lord's Supper
Adoration following until 10:00 pm
(No 9AM Daily Mass at St. Athanasius)


Good Friday, April 19, 2019

3:00PM - St. Agnes - A Living Way of the Cross
7:30pm - St. Athanasius - Passion of the Lord
(No 9:00 am Daily Mass)



Holy Saturday, April 20, 2019

7:30PM - St. Athanasius - Easter Vigil Mass



Easter Sunday, April 21, 2019 

Easter Vigil Mass, April 20, 7:30PM at St. Athanasius

Easter Sunday Masses
St. Athanasius:  9:00AM, 11:00AM

St. Agnes:  7:30AM - Lower Church
St. Agnes:  9:00AM, 11:00AM - Masses will be held in BOTH the Lower Church and Parish Hall (2nd Floor of Parish Center)
(No 5:30PM Mass)

Ash Wednesday, March 6, 2019 - Masses
6:30AM Mass at St. Agnes
9:00AM Mass at St. Agnes
3:00PM Ash Service at St. Athanasius
7:00PM Mass at St. Athanasius

Preparing for Lent?  See the resources below to help you and your family have a more fruitful and intentional Lent! 

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Daily Mass During Lent
M, W, F - 9:00AM (St Agnes)
Tu, Th - 9:00AM (St Athanasius)


Thu - 6:30PM - 8:00PM (St Athanasius)
Sat - 2:45PM - 3:45PM (St Agnes)

Sat - 3:15PM - 3:45PM (St Athanasius)

Simple Soup Suppers - Followed by Stations of the Cross
Friday, March 8, 6:00PM (Stations at 7PM)
Friday, April 12, 6:00PM (Stations at 7PM)
WHERE:  St. Agnes Parish Center
Followed by Stations of the Cross at 7PM

Taize Prayer Service
Wed - 7:00PM (St Agnes)
What is Taize Prayer?  

Rosary Recitation
Tue - 7:00PM (St Agnes)
Thu - 7:00PM (St Athanasius - with Adoration)

Eucharistic Adoration
Thu - 7:00PM (St Athanasius - with Rosary)
Fri - 9:30AM-9:00PM (St Agnes)

Stations of the Cross
Fri - 7:00PM (St Agnes)

Good Friday:  A Living Way of the Cross
April 19, 3:00PM - Parish Center - Celebrates the Passion, presented by students in Faith Formation classes



Lenten Regulations - Guidelines from the Archdiocese
Abstinence -- Catholics over 14 years of age are bound to the obligation of abstinence. Abstinence is to be observed on Ash Wednesday and on all Fridays of Lent. On days of abstinence, meat may not be used at all.

Fast -- Catholics over 18 and up to the beginning of their 60th year are bound to the obligation of fasting. Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are the days of fasting. On these days, only one full meal is allowed. Two other meatless meals, sufficient to maintain strength, may be taken according to each one’s needs, but together they should not equal another full meal. Eating between meals is not permitted, but liquids, including milk and fruit juices are allowed.

Commendable, particularly during Lent, is generosity to local, national and world programs of sharing our abundance, the traditional Lenten Devotions and all the self-denial summed up in the Christian concept of “mortification.”

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