Confessions and Spiritual Direction
During Lent, Father Cliff will be available for Confessions and Spiritual Direction on Tuesdays from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm in the Church.
The Light is on For You will be Monday, April 6, 2020.
Confession Times In The Area:
St. Augustine’s: Mondays at 10:30am
Pope John XXIII: First Monday of the month 4pm - 6pm
Christ the King: Third Monday of the month 4pm - 6pm
St. Stephen’s: Wednesdays 8:30am - 9:00am
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton: Saturdays at 4pm
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
During Adoration, the Eucharist is on the altar of the Church to give you the opportunity to spend time in the presence of Jesus. He is waiting to listen, console, forgive, advise and just “be” with you. Enrich your spiritual life and attend Adoration. Participants are encouraged to sign up for a specific hour each week, but we encourage everyone to drop in any time you can for this spiritual experience. Beginning Tuesday, March 3rd, Adoration will be held in the Church for the duration of Lent. To sign up for a slot, click here.
Stations of the Cross
Join us every Friday during Lent, beginning February 28th for Stations of the Cross in the Church. Stations will begin at 7:15pm each Friday, following Exposition at 6:30pm and Benediction at 7:00pm.
Lenten Fish Fry
Starting Friday, February 28th, join us on Fridays during Lent for our famous Fish Fry!! Delicious fried fish dinners, and much more, are served from 5pm - 7pm in the Academy Cafeteria. Dine in or Take Out is available! Desserts made by the many talented bakers in our parish are also for sale during this time! Stop by the dessert table for delicious cakes, pies, cookies and more! For more information and to view our menu, visit our Fish Fry page.
No Greater Love Program
No Greater Love is a biblical pilgrimage that reveals Christ’s amazing love for us. Best-selling catholic author Edward Sri guides you through the last hours of Christ's life. You will walk step-by-step with Jesus from the Garden of Gethsemane to the Mount of Calvary. Every step of the way, Old Testament prophecies, messianic expectations, biblical symbolism, and historical context shed light on the mystery of Christ's suffering and death. Experience a deeper understanding and appreciation of God’s immeasurable and unconditional love as you draw closer to Jesus than you ever have before.
What was Jesus going through at each moment?
How did the Old Testament foretell of Christ’s death?
Why did Christ die for us? What did it accomplish?
What was the meaning behind of the tearing of the temple veil, the crowning with thorns, the, and other events during Christ’s Passion?
What do the cryptic last words of Jesus mean?
We will be offering the program on both Sundays and Wednesdays, in the Gathering Space.
SUNDAYS 10:15 – 11:45 a.m.
3/1, 3/8, 3/15, 3/22, 3/29/2020
WEDNESDAYS 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
3/4, 3/11, 3/12, 3/18, 3/25, 4/1
Note: Sign Ups Closed March 1st. Both sessions full.
“Bless Me Father, For I Have Sinned” A Guide To Reconciliation
Confession, penance, reconciliation. The ancient sacrament of penance is called many names but has one purpose—the forgiveness of sins. Many Catholics and other Christians are at best uncertain about the need for confession, and many are anxious about the idea of sharing their sins with a priest. Two workshops are planned to tell you more about the sacrament of reconciliation. No registration required. They will be offered:
Thursday, April 2nd from 7:00 to 8:00 PM and Sunday, April 5th from 10:15 -11:15 AM.
Living Stations of the Cross
Join us for the Living Stations of the Cross presented by the youth of St. Augustine's and St. Mary's. The Living Stations gives a unique perspective and interpretation of the events portrayed in the Stations of the Cross. Presentations will be on Friday, April 3rd at 7PM at St. Mary's and Sunday, April 5th at 3PM at St. Augustine's.