1st Sunday of Lent
 March 1, 2020
Pope Francis' Letter to YOU - Lent 2020
Dear Brothers and Sisters,This year the Lord grants us, once again, a favourable time to prepare to celebrate with renewed hearts the great mystery of the death and resurrection of Jesus, the cornerstone of our personal and communal Christian life. We must continually return to this mystery in mind and heart, for it will continue to grow within us in the measure that we are open to its spiritual power and respond with freedom and generosity. read more...
Tale of Two Adams: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Sunday Readings - But the grace won for us by Christ’s obedience means that sin is no longer our master.
As we begin this season of repentance, we can be confident in His compassion, that He will create in us a new heart

Monthly Intention of Pope Francis
“We pray that the Church in China may persevere in its faithfulness to the Gospel and grow in unity.”

Universal Prayer
We pray for all who are in a season of temptation: that with the strength of the Lord, they may resist the Evil One and emerge from the trial stronger and more free. read more...
Prayer & Study Resources for Lent

Only two more Sundays of Ordinary Time remain! Here are some resources for prayer and reflection to consider this Lent...

Seasonal Practices

Daily Scripture Reflections

Bible Study

Parish Events
  • Ash Wednesday - 7am & 12pm Liturgy of the Word, 7pm Mass
  • Mondays in Lent - 6pm Mass, 6:30 Soup Supper, 7:00 Speaker
  • Fridays in Lent - 6pm Stations of the Cross
  • Thursday, April 2 - Reconciliation Service
Resources for Spiritual Growth

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