March 31, 2021
THE SACRED TRIDUUM (Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday) begins tomorrow,Thursday!
Inside is the updated schedule for HOLY THURSDAY, GOOD FRIDAY, EASTER VIGIL & EASTER SUNDAY, & DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY with clickable live-stream links is below.
Prepare for the Sacred Triduum!
For those who did not get to attend or watch online Fr Peter's preaching last Friday (March 26) and Saturday (March 27) on "The Seven Last Words of Christ" (2 parts)- see below.
Below, see photos and videos of the "The Passion of the Christ, which was presented by the Young Adults of St Antoninus last Saturday, March 27.
Daily Zoom Rosary schedule this week
We will not have our Zoom Rosary tomorrow, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. We will resume on Easter Monday.
The Divine Mercy Novena starts on Good Friday ends on Easter Saturday, the day before Divine Mercy Sunday.
On Good Friday, we will pray the novena in church at 1:30pm, before the Stations of the Cross. On Holy Saturday, we will pray this in church at 7:30pm, just before our Easter Vigil Mass, and on Easter Sunday we will pray this during the Holy Hour at 9am. Then from Easter Monday thru Easter Friday (April 5-9), we will pray this 15 minutes before Mass. And finally, on the 9th day, the last day of the novena, we will pray the novena during our 7pm Divine Mercy vigil. Only 2 of the 9 days will be part of our live-stream- during the Easter Sunday Holy Hour and during Divine Mercy Vigil.
HERE is a digital file of the Divine Mercy Novena with the Chaplet that comes with the novena.
Divine Mercy Sunday is coming up-- April 11!
In the coming days, we will post more information about this great feast of Divine Mercy Sunday. For now, just some logistical information.
After our 10 am Mass, we will have a brief outdoor Divine Mercy procession.
This will be followed by a barbecue party on the parking lot in celebration of the Divine Mercy Sunday!
And-- there is another reason for this celebration- our pastor's birthday!
Fr Joseph's birthday is on Tuesday April 6, but the parish is celebrating his birthday on Divine Mercy Sunday April 11 with a cookout! Come all!
We will have a large barbecue pit and cook chicken, meatballs, hotdogs, marshmallows, roasted vegetables, etc.
Anyone is welcome to bring the following: beverages and individually packaged desserts.
Note: social distancing, sanitation and mask-wearing will be enforced. More information will be forthcoming.
Please consider making an Easter offering to the Lord on behalf of St Antoninus, that we may continue our mission. See links below. Thank you and God bless you!
Our 2021 Annual Appeal is ongoing. We need everyone's support. More inside.