Lent is a forty day period of time during which Christians devote themselves to prayer, fasting, and works of mercy as a way of
preparing themselves to celebrate Christ's death and resurrection at Easter. Originally a time of preparation for those who would be
baptized on Easter, Lent gradually became a time when those who had left the practice of their faith would return to Christ and the Church.
Today, Lent offers Christians an opportunity to prepare themselves to recommit to their baptismal promises at Easter by returning to
the basic practices of their faith.
All liturgies include the distribution of ashes.
9:30 a.m. Service of the Word
10:30 a.m. Service of the Word
12:00 noon Mass
3:00 p.m. Service of the Word
4:15 p.m. Service of the Word
5:15 p.m. Mass
9:00 p.m. Mass
Pope Francis's Lenten Letter
Catholic Guidelines for Fasting
Daily Scripture Readings
Stations of the Cross