Mondays - Saturdays 8:00 am
Saturday Vigil 4:00pm & 6:00pm
Sunday Mass 8:00am, 10:30am, & 5:00pm
(Latin 1st, 2nd , and 4th Sunday of the Month)
Holy Day Masses:
Traditional Tridentine Mass 1st 2nd and 4st Sunday of every month at 5:00pm
Sacrament of Reconciliation:
Saturdays 7:15am-7:45am & 3:00pm-3:45pm
Weddings - Diocesan policy requires
one year notice of wedding.
(click here for more information)
Sacrament of the Sick:
Emergency calls anytime
CATHOLIC COFFEE & CONVERSATION
Thursday, March 6, 7 pm: “Lent, Fasting, Prayer & Almsgiving”
Thursday, March 13, 7 pm: “The Devil & Fallen Angels”
Thursday, March 20, 7 pm: “Dealing with Temptations”
Thursday, March 27, 7 pm: “The Last Words of Christ”
Thursday, April 3, 7 pm: “What Happens When We Die”
Thursday, April 10, 7 pm: “Understanding Holy Week”
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
1. On the occasion of the Twenty-second World Day of the Sick, whose theme this year is Faith and Charity: “We Ought to Lay Down Our Lives for One Another” (1 Jn 3:16), I turn in a special way to the sick and all those who provide them with assistance and care. The Church recognizes in you, the sick, a special presence of the suffering Christ. It is true. At the side of – and indeed within – our suffering, is the suffering of Christ; he bears its burden with us and he reveals its meaning. When the Son of God mounted the cross, he destroyed the solitude of suffering and illuminated its darkness. We thus find ourselves before the mystery of God’s love for us, which gives us hope and courage: hope, because in the plan of God’s love even the night of pain yields to the light of Easter, and courage, which enables us to confront every hardship in his company, in union with him.
Attention: Children and Teen Singers!
Barbara Jacobson would like to include any and all children and teenagers in music for the Stations of the Cross, held on every Friday during Lent, after supper. If interested, please call Barbara at 413.786.2943 and leave a message on answering machine, if necessary. She will get back to you. Thanks!