Holy Week & Easter Services
(Advance Reservations Required)

Blessings to Our Parish Family
as We Journey Into Holy Week

~ Live Streamed Services ~
St. Luke's Holy Thursday & 10:30 am Easter Sunday Mass will be live streamed.
Holy Week Services will also be live streamed from the Cathedral.

Celebration of the Lord’s Supper ~ 7:00 pm

This service will now be live streamed from St. Luke.

10:30 am Mass*
Drive-thru Communion Reception ~ 12:00-12:30 pm

*Live streamed. Available to view through the pages below. 
If you are unable to join us live, the video can be replayed.


Please be reminded that advance reservations were required to attend
Holy Week and Easter Services at St. Luke due to limited capacity.
Thank you for your understanding.

Capacity for all our services has been reached, except for the
6:30 am Easter Sunday Mass. There are just a few spots left!
Reservations will be taken until 5:00 pm today.
Call the Parish Office at (626) 291-5900.


Confessions will not be held on Holy Saturday, April 3, or April 10. 
No morning Masses on Holy Thursday & Good Friday.

Holy Week Services from the Cathedral
The Holy Week Masses and liturgies at the Cathedral will be live streamed on

Reflections with Fr. Mark
The Liturgies of Holy Week

Holy Week is the culmination of the liturgical year. During these holy days, the liturgy will lead us, with Jesus, to the depths and to the heights.

It begins with a harsh juxtaposition, as we carry palms in remembrance of Christ’s triumphant entry into Jerusalem and then listen to the Passion according to Matthew, as the King is handed over for crucifixion. Then, on Holy Thursday, we remember the night Jesus was handed over—the night he gave himself for us and to us, to live in our midst forever in the sacrament of his Body and Blood. On Good Friday, we touch with our hands the mystery of the Lord’s cross, the instrument of torture that has become the tree of life.

Then, at the great Easter Vigil, the lighting of the paschal candle speaks to us of the triumph of light over darkness, of life over death. The resurrection of the Lord becomes a living reality in our midst as the catechumens for whom the Church has prayed throughout Lent are plunged into the mystery of Christ’s death and share in the glory of his resurrection.

These are indeed holy days, the culmination of the Church’s liturgy, and an invitation to participate in the life of Christ. Come, let us worship. © J. S. Paluch Co. 

Continuing our journey,

Fr. Mark