Faith Resources for Palm Sunday & Holy Week During This Time of No Masses
FAITH FORMATION RESOURCES
DURING THIS TIME OF NO MASSES
PREPARE FOR HOLY WEEK AND THE TRIDUUM
Pray that God in His mercy and His limitless love will bring an end to the devastation of this pandemic.
Pray that God will bring healing to those suffering from the virus.
Pray that God will bring provision for those families who have lost their income.
Pray that God will bring peace to those overcome with fear.
Pray that people worldwide will see God's good purposes behind our present struggles.
And pray earnestly, that as restoration comes, that we as a global society will take on a new normal—a higher normal.
That we will have a fresh, long-lasting appreciation for our interdependence on our fellow man—and declared dependency on Jesus Christ . . . our Hope, our Provider, our Redeemer, the Prince of Peace, the Lord of Lords and the Lover of our Souls!
From: Master Media
ONLINE MASSES EVERY HOUR IN COUNTRIES THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE WORLD!!!
The Church will remain open for private prayer, from 7:00 am until 4:00 pm Monday through Friday and 8:00 am until 1:00 pm on Sundays. While in church, please follow social distance directives and distance yourself from your neighbor by 6 feet.
Blessed Palms will be available for pick up Palm Sunday in the church from 8:00 am until 1:00 pm.
Diocesan Publications has closed their doors in accordance with Governor DeWine’s order to Stay at Home, so there will be no printed Bulletins for the next few weeks. You can still access the Bulletin on our parish website:
Each year, on the Second Sunday of Easter, the Church celebrates the Feast of Divine Mercy. Mankind's need for the message of Divine Mercy took on dire urgency in the 20th century, when civilization began again to lose the understanding of the sanctity and inherent dignity of every human life.