The summit of our liturgical year is the Easter Triduum, from the evening of Holy Thursday to the evening of Easter Sunday. Though chronologically three days, they are liturgically a single day unfolding for us the unity of Christ's Paschal Mystery. The celebration of the Triduum marks the end of the Lenten season, and leads to the Mass of the Resurrection of the Lord at the Easter Vigil.
Waving palm fronds and the stirring reading of the Passion Play are this Sunday's Mass highlights as we observe the final Sunday of Lent, with services at 5pm Saturday, 7:30, 9:30 and 11am, and 5pm Sunday.
The Triduum begins with the Liturgy of the Last Supper and the ritual washing of the feet at 7pm. Afterwards, the church will be open for Eucharistic Adoration until 11pm.
Morning prayer begins at 9am in church, followed by Stations of the Cross at 11:30, and Confessions at 12pm. The Passion of Our Lord Service is at 3pm and Stations of the Cross again at 7pm.
Morning prayer is at 9am, and Blessing of the Baskets takes place at 11:30am. The beautiful Easter Vigil service is at 7pm.
Sweet Elite! Who knew we'd be watching Loyola at our NCAA party? So yeah, maybe your bracket's a little upset, but it'll be worth it when you join the fun with the Men's Club this Saturday, March 24 from 4-10pm for their Elite Eight party in the school hall. Just $40 at the door covers all the big-screen action, beverages and fabulous food. All are welcome! Park in the lot, enter through door #3 and head right downstairs.
SJS Presents: Disney's Beauty & The Beast Jr.
Sunday's performance is sold out, and the Saturday matinee (at 2pm) nearly so, but there are plenty of tickets available at the door for the Saturday (3/24) evening performance at 7pm in the Ahearn Center. The cast and crew are all current SJS students and their annual shows are always impressive and not to be missed!
Sunday Hospitality Ministry
Responsible for welcoming everyone who enters our church for Sunday (Saturday evening) Mass, these dedicated volunteers help worshippers feel like they belong and encourage all to enjoy our Mass and Experience Jesus. We're seeking volunteers, especially SJS and RE families, to join this important new ministry. For more information, please email email@example.com.
This group is committed to providing our teens with the best possible opportunities for personal and spiritual growth through education, service, outreach and leadership. Every gathering begins with the Sunday 5pm Mass, followed by a spiritual conversation, fellowship, open gym and free pizza. Spread the word and save the date for our next gathering on Sunday, April 15.
From Father James, highlighting parish news as well as his Sunday message.
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