Saturday, March 24 5:00pm Mass
Sunday, March 25 9:00am Mass (gather in activity center by 9:00am)
Palm weaving/braiding after Mass
Holy Thursday of the Lord's Supper
Thursday, March 28 6:30pm Mass with adoration of the Blessed Sacrament continuing until 9:30pm.
(No 8:00am morning Mass)
Good Friday of the Passion of the Lord
Friday, March 30 12:10pm Noon Stations of the Cross
6:30pm Celebration of the Lord's Passion
(No 8:00am morning Mass)
Saturday Easter Vigil in the Holy Night
Saturday, March 31 8:00pm Mass
(No 5:00pm Mass)
Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord
**Different than usual Sunday Mass times**
Sunday, April 1 7:00am Mass
Weekend Mass times
Saturday 5:00pm (changed for 3/31: See Holy Week Schedule)
Sunday 9:00am (changed for 4/1: See Holy Week Schedule)
*There is no longer a Sunday 4:45pm Mass. If you are in need of attending a Sunday evening Mass please consider attending:
All Saints Parish (St. Anthony Church)
704 North 1st Ave
Weekday Mass Times
Monday 8:00am Communion Service
Tuesday 8:00am Mass
Wednesday 6:30pm Mass
Thursday 8:00am Mass (changed for 3/28:See Holy Week Schedule)
Friday 8:00am Mass (changed for 3/29:See Holy Week Schedule)
*Low gluten hosts available upon request.
Reconciliation: During Lent
Wednesdays during Lent 6-6:20 pm
Saturdays 4-4:45 pm
Monday March 26, 6-8 pm
Wednesday March 28, 7:15-9 pm
Or by appointment.
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Please make a note
From Our Pastor:
Our marathon continues through Lent as we have so much going on. In the midst of it all, I hope that you are able to use the opportunities to draw closer to God as we come quickly upon the great mysteries of our faith celebrated in Holy Week.
Our parish/diocese shared campaign continues on. I pray that you were not taken aback or offended by the amount that was listed in the campaign letter. That was determined via formula with the idea that most Catholics only give 1% of their income and using your last 3 years of parish giving and CPC gifts. More than any number on the page, please prayerfully consider what God is asking you to give sacrificially to benefit our parish and the larger diocese as well. The monies going to the diocese to support our seminarians, priests, catholic education, faith formation and social outreach all have ways of coming back to support us here at Holy Redeemer as well. Let us build upon the sacrificial giving of those who have gone before us to leave something for our future generations here in our parish family and the greater diocese as well. You are welcome to place your pledge cards in their envelopes & then mail them in, drop them off at the parish office, or place them in the weekly collection.
Our second fish fry was a great success as we made a few tweaks and had more hands to make everything work. We served 580 dinners between the serving line and drive-thru. Let's look to our last fish fry to end out the season with an even greater success.
Thanks to all who made our evening with Chris Padgett a wonderful time. His wit and wisdom should help us all move into these last weeks of Lent with a greater resolve and joy.
As a reminder, next weekend we celebrate Palm Sunday of the Lord's Passion. We will begin outside the north doors of the church on Saturday evening weather permitting. On Sunday, we invite everyone to not come to the church itself, but to join us in the activities center.
Fr. Jason Gries