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  • Sunday, February 7, 2016 The readings: Exodus 34:29-35; Psalm 99;2 Corinthians 3:12-4:2; Luke 9:28-36
  • laudatosi
    Sundays, 11:40 am - 12:30 pm, Feb. 7 - 28 Last year, Pope Francis' published Laudato Si, his highly anticipated encyclical on the environment. It provides a critical appraisal of modern society and the interrelationship of ecological health and social justice. Its publication evoked much commentary. We will engage in a critical reading of the letter, devoting one Sunday session to each of its six chapters. Join us for thoughtful, communal, theological reflection on what may be the most important issue facing the world today. The letter can be downloaded at Please contact the parish office if you need us to print out a copy for you. It is important to read each chapter in advance of the session.
  • ashwednesday
    Wednesday, February 10, Noon and 7:00 p.m. We begin our Lenten observance with the traditional liturgy of the imposition of ashes, a sign of penitence and mortality.
  • lentrcross4
    Wednesdays in Lent, 6:30 p.m. In the early church, pilgrims to Jerusalem wanted to literally follow the path of Jesus' passion, from Pilate's residence to Mt. Calvary. They would pause for prayer and devotion at various points. Eventually, pilgrims brought this practice back to their home congregations, and established stations of the cross within and, sometimes, outside their churches. This practice was observed especially during Lent and Holy Week. This Lent and Holy Week, you are invited to join us on Wednesday evenings to pray the Way of the Cross together. We will be using the traditional 14 stations, plus a 15th station of the Resurrection. At other times when the church is open, the prayer booklets for the stations will be available for individuals to pray.