Remember that a special Holy Ghost Novena can be prayed in honor of the nine days between Ascension and Pentecost starting this Friday, May 15. A Novena from the Holy Ghost Fathers (1912) can be found online here.
HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE
*Palm Sunday, March 28
7:30 AM Low Mass
9:30 AM Solemn High Mass
3:00 PM Sacred Lenten Choral Concert
*Monday – Wednesday Mass Schedule as normal
*Spy Wednesday, March 31
7:00 PM Tenebrae
*Holy Thursday, April 1
6:15 PM Confessions
7:00 PM Solemn High Mass
9:00 PM (approximate) Tenebrae
*Good Friday, April 2 (No Confessions on this day)
12:00 PM Sung Seven Last Words of Christ with short sermons interspersed by Fr. Mould, Fr. Pelster, and Rev. Mr. Cortes
1:30 PM Mass of the Presanctified
7:00 PM Stations of the Cross
7:30 PM Tenebrae
*Holy Saturday, April 3
9:00 AM – 11:00 Confessions
7:00 PM Solemn High Mass
*Easter Sunday, April 4
8:00 AM Low Mass
10:30 AM Solemn High Mass
From the St. Rita Women’s Guild: Thank you to those who were able to come on Saturday for our first meeting! I hope you enjoyed it as much as we Sisters did! Our next meeting will be on Saturday, October 24th after the 9:00 AM Mass. We will finish our discussion of the book ’Soul of the Apostolate’ by Dom Jean-Baptiste Chautard, O.C.S.O. Like last time, we will pray Sext at noon to finish our time together (Sext finishes around 12:15). We look forward to seeing you next time! Single women of the parish, ages 18-35, are invited to join the St. Rita women’s group, which is dedicated to formation in the faith through study, prayer, discussion and friendship. Our meetings are held on the
4th Saturday of the month and led by the Filiae Laboris Mariae. For more information, please see the St. Rita
If you’re a high school or college-aged young person and would like to pray Vespers and have a twice-weekly conversation with us, simply sign up to receive announcements from our Youth group Flocknote page and follow the prompts.
We begin at 4:30 PM every Monday and Thursday over Zoom (for the time being). Also check out and follow our ‘AllSaintsFSSPYouthGroup’ Instagram page.
Sacramental preparation happens on Sundays. Want an in-depth traditional Catholic catechesis, taught by our two priests and seven sisters, all in a safe environment with good Catholic friends and peers where choral music classes are also offered? Our Friday Co-op seeks to focus on these things.
If you are a parishioner and NOT currently a member of our Friday Coop program, your input is welcome and encouraged! Please fill out this survey.
Enrollment in Church of All Saints Online Giving is more important than ever during these weeks ahead. Even though All Saints may not be as open in the typical ways, the work of caring for souls, as well as the sacramental and prayer life of the Church, continues. Bills still need to be paid and projects need to be cared for/maintained so that we can be up and running just as soon as possible when this sickness is over (may it be soon!) The chance to count money is diminished when employees are asked to stay away, so please consider giving in this fashion.
All contributions are tabulated and will be included in future editions of the bulletin, which will also be emailed out to everyone in PDF form using our Flocknotes software as well as on our parish website.