Interactive Lenten Schedule 2021

Finding Our Lord in Your Life

 

February 17: Ash Wednesday:      *The Significance of Ash Wednesday     *Why Fast on Ash Wednesday 

Mass: 8:30 am & 7:00 pm, Service: 12:00 & 4:30 pm

February 18: 6:30 pm Mass    Lenten Reflections with Bishop Barron

February 19: 8:30 am Mass     * Should We Be Sad During Lent?

          Traditional Stations of the Cross

February 20, Saturday:    *Cardinal Timothy Dolan's Podcast

          4:30 - 5:00 pm Penance      *Examination of Conscience     *Making a Good Confession

5:30 pm Vigil Mass

February  21, Sunday: 1st Sunday of Lent:      *Lifelong Catechesis Sunday Readings and Backgrounds

830 & 10:30 am Mass

February 22: 8:30 am Mass     *How to Form a Habit of Prayer 

February 23: 8:30 am Mass     *25 Great Things You Can Do For Lent

February 24: 8:30 am Mass     *2021 Fast, Pray, Give Calendar

February 25: 6:30 pm Mass     *Catholic MomCast  The podcast that brings you all things faith, family, and fun!

February 26: 8:30 am Mass followed by Adoration until 12:00 pm     *What is the Point of Fasting During Lent

    Stewardship Stations of the Cross

February 27, Saturday:     *Amazon's Lenten Best Sellers List

4:30 - 5:00 pm Penance     *Examination of Conscience 

5:30 pm Vigil Mass

February 28, Sunday: 2nd Sunday of Lent:       *Join Our CRS Rice Bowl Team!

830 & 10:30 am Mass

March 1: 8:30 am Mass     *Sacred Space...Online Daily Prayer

March 2: 8:30 am Mass     *Bring Lent to Life with Catholic Relief Services' Rice Bowl

March 3: 8:30 am Mass     *5 Creative Ways to Pray

March 4: 6:30 pm Mass     *32 Meatless Meals for Lent

March 5: 8:30 am Mass     *Try an Online Retreat

      Traditional Stations of the Cross

March 6, Saturday: 

4:30 - 5:00 pm Penance     *A Simple Guide to Confession

5:30 pm Vigil Mass

March 7, Sunday: 3rd Sunday of Lent:       *Lifelong Catechesis Sunday Readings and Backgrounds

8:30 & 10:30 am Mass

March 8: 8:30 am Mass     *Enter Into the Visual Prayer Experience

March 9: 8:30 am Mass     *Lenten Reflections with Bishop Barron

March 10: 8:30 am Mass     * busted halo's #Daily Jolt

March 11: 6:30 pm Mass   *Learn About St. Joseph on His Feast Day

March 12: 8:30 am Mass     *Where is Lent in the Bible     

                  Marian Stations of the Cross     *12 Marian Images Crowned by the Pope

March 13, Saturday:

4:30 - 5:00 pm Penance     *Examination of Conscience

5:30 pm Vigil Mass

March 14, Sunday: 4th Sunday of Lent:       *Lifelong Catechesis Sunday Readings and Backgrounds

8:30 & 10:00 am Mass

March 15: 8:30 am Mass     *Fr. Mike Schmitz: "The Hour That Will Change Your Life"

March 16: 8:30 am Mass     *Consider Donating Pre-Packaged Snacks to Our Shepherd's Meal

March 17: 8:30 am Mass     *Cardinal Timothy Dolan's Podcast

March 18: 6:30 pm Mass     *Wise and Holy Women of Lent with Brother Mickey McGrath

March 19: 8:30 am Mass     *The Examen with Fr. James Martin

                  Traditional Stations of the Cross

March 20, Saturday:

4:30 - 5:00 pm Penance     *Examination of Conscience

5:30 pm Vigil Mass

March 21, Sunday: 5th Sunday of Lent:       *Lifelong Catechesis Sunday Readings and Backgrounds

8:30 & 10:00 am Mass

March 22: 8:30 am Mass     *Almsgiving & Joy This Lent...a Reflection from Fr. Martin

March 23: 8:30 am Mass     *50 Ways to Talk to God

                  7:00 pm Penance Service     *Examination of Conscience

March 24: 8:30 am Mass     *Read a Spiritual Classic                

March 25: 6:30 pm Mass     *Pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy

March 26: 8:30 am Mass     *A Guide to Adoration

              Family Stations of the Cross

March 27, Saturday:     

          11:00 am -12:00 pm Penance     *Examination of Conscience

4:30 - 5:00 pm Penance

5:30 pm Vigil Mass

March 28, Sunday: Palm Sunday:       *Lifelong Catechesis Sunday Readings and Backgrounds

7:45, 9:30 & 11:15 am Mass

March 29: 8:30 am Mass     *Donate Food to Our Starfish Ministry This Week

March 30: 8:30 am Mass     *Holy Week & Hope

                  6:00 - 7:00 pm Penance - Final Opportunity before Easter     *Examination of Conscience

March 31: 8:30 am Mass   *Read Today's Gospel 

April 1: Holy Thursday:    *The Essential Guide to the Triduum

9:00 am Morning Prayer

7:00 pm Mass of the Lord's Supper

Adoration until 10:00 pm

April 2: Good Friday:     *The Meaning of the Cross

9:00 am Morning Prayer

3:00 pm The Passion

Traditional Stations of the Cross

April 3: Holy Saturday:     *The Holy Silence

9:00 am Morning Prayer

7:30 pm Easter Vigil      *A Walk Through the Easter Vigil

April 4, Sunday: Easter Sunday:       *Lifelong Catechesis Sunday Readings and Backgrounds

7:45, 9:30 & 11:15 am Mass

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
Catholic Daily Readings

Traditional Stations of the Cross

Accompany Deacon John through the Staions of the Cross; a traditional way to consider the last hours of Jesus' life. Use the booklet below to follow along.

 

Lent Guidlines

The Church has always helped us fulfill these words of Jesus by prescribing very definite penance for all Catholics so that we too might have Eternal life.

Accordingly, the Pope and the American Bishops have outlined obligatory fast and abstinence as follows:

Ash Wednesday & Good Friday

Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are days of abstinence for all Catholics over the age of 14.

On these two days, fast, as well as abstinence, is also obligatory for those from the ages of 18-59.

  • Abstinence means refraining from meat.
  • Fast means one full meal a day, with two smaller meals and nothing between meals (liquids are permitted).

No Catholic should lightly excuse himself or herself from this obligation.

All Fridays in Lent

All Fridays in Lent are days of abstinence from meat. Here again, Catholics will not hold themselves lightly excused, but if there is a serious health problem, this obligation would not apply.

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