Sunday, April 5, 2020

Palm Sunday Mass from St. Patrick's Cathedral



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April 5th
Palm Sunday - 10:00 AM
Domingo de Ramons - 4:00 PM
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April 9th
Holy Thursday
Mass of the Lord's Supper - 5:30 PM

April 10th 
Good Friday
Tenebrae - 9:00 AM
Meditations on the Seven Last Words - 12 Noon - 3:00 PM
Solemn Liturgy of the Lord's Passion & Death - 3:30 PM
Stations of the Cross - 6:00 PM

April 11th
Easter Vigil Mass - 8:00 PM

April 12th
Easter Sunday Solemn Mass - 10:00 AM

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

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Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Stations of the Cross - CANCELLED


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Question:
Who invented the Stations of the Cross?

Answer:
The first Stations of the Cross were walked by Jesus himself on the way to Calvary. Known as the "Via Dolorosa" ("The Way of Suffering") or the "Via Crucis" ("The Way of the Cross"), it was marked out from the earliest times and was a traditional walk for pilgrims who came to Jerusalem. The early Christians in Jerusalem would walk the same pathway that Jesus walked, pausing for reflection and prayer. Later, when Christians could not travel to the Holy Land, artistic depictions of "The Way of the Cross" were set up in churches, or outside and Christians would walk from station to station, reading the Gospel account of the Passion, or simply praying and reflecting on each event. While the content or place of each station had changed, the intention was to make a mini-pilgrimage and follow--literally--in the footsteps of Jesus.

This devotion became better known in the Middle Ages, and the Franciscans are credited with its spread. Lent is a time when many people make the Stations and some churches present Passion plays or Living Stations. But anyone can pray the Stations at any time. It is a simple and personal reflection on the passion of Jesus and what it means to us.


Stations of the Cross
Every Friday During Lent
Guardian Angel: 3:00 PM
Saint Columba Chapel: 6:30 PM Bilingual

Tuesday, December 17, 2019

2019 Christmas schedule




2019 Christmas schedule

Church of GUARDIAN Angel


Christmas Eve - Tuesday, December 24th
8:00 pm - Bilingual Midnight Mass

Christmas Day - Wednesday, December 25th 
8:30 am &12:00 pm

New Year Eve - Tuesday, December 31st
12:00 pm

New Year - Wednesday, January 1st
12:00 pm
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Church of Saint Columba

Christmas Eve - Tuesday, December 24th      
4:00 pm
Please Note Guardian Angel Schedule

         
Christmas Day - Wednesday, December 25th
9:30 am & 12:00 pm - English & 10:30 am - Spanish

New Year Eve - Tuesday, December 31st
12:10 pm

New Year- Wednesday, January 1st
12:10 pm