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Holy Week at St. Paul’s

Holy Week at Saint Paul’s   Holy Thursday, March 29 Morning Prayer – 8:00 AM Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper withProcession to the Altar of Repose – 7:30 PM Compline—10:00 PM   Good Friday, March 30 Morning Prayer – 8:00 AM Solemn Celebration of the Lord’s Passion – 3:00 PM Stations of the Cross – 7:00 PM   Holy Saturday, March 31 Morning Prayer – 9:00 AM The Easter Vigil in the Holy Night – 8:00 PM   Easter Sunday, April 1 7:30 AM , 9:00 AM (Note time change), 11:00 AM (Upper Church & Lower Church) and 5:00 […]


Lent a Time of Spiritual Renewal

What is Lent?  Lent is a solemn 40-day period in the Church’s liturgical year in which we prepare ourselves spiritually for the great celebration of Easter. The name itself is derived from a Germanic word for springtime and came to be used in English-speaking countries in place of the Latin term quadragesima (“forty days”). The tradition of celebrating Lent for forty days is drawn from the experience of Jesus, who spent forty days in the desert fasting and preparing himself for his public ministry. The season of Lent is one of the two penitential seasons in the church’s liturgical calendar. […]


Lent at St. Paul’s – 2018

LENT AT ST. PAUL’S Sunday, February 11, 2018 – DiGiovanni Hall at 3:00pm Fr. Mark Murphy will deliver an illustrated talk: ‘Three Temptations in Love, Life, -and Lent.’   ASH WEDNESDAY MASS TIMES The Season of Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, February 14. Ashes will be distributed during Mass at 8:00am, 12:10pm and 7:00pm. Ash Wednesday is a day of universal fast and abstinence in the Church.   STATIONS OF THE CROSS Stations of the Cross will be celebrated at 5:30pm on Fridays during Lent in the Church starting on February 16.     THE LIGHT IS ON FOR YOU: […]