Holy Week is the week which precedes the great Feast of the Resurrection on Easter Sunday: it includes the last days of Lent and the beginning of the three-day Easter Triduum.

Holy Thursday/Jueves Santo – StMarysLakeport

Holy Thursday, March 28th

  • No Noon Mass
  • 7:00pm – Mass of the Lord’s Supper
  • 9:45pm – Night prayer at Altar of Repose

Good Friday, March 29th
We are reminded to refrain from eating meat on Good Friday and observe it as a day of fasting. Fasting means that we should only have one light meal that day, allowing some small snacks throughout the day.

  • No 11:00am Service
  • 3:00pm – Solemn Celebration of the Lord’s Passion


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Mass of the Resurrection

  • Holy Saturday, March 30th
    8:30pm – Easter Vigil
  • Easter Sunday, March 31st
    9:00am & 11:00am

Stations Of The Cross

  • Following the 12:00pm Mass on Thursdays
  • Each Friday evening at 7:00pm

Taizé Prayer at the Cross

 Friday, March 22nd, 7 pm – with the choir

The Way of the Cross planned for the evening of Friday, March 22 will be a Taize Prayer at the Cross evening. The choir will join Our Lady Queen of Peace Cenacle to present the stations, as celebrated by St. John Paul II. This is an alternative to the traditional stations and a way of reflecting more deeply on the scriptural accounts of Christ’s passion. The choir will lead the singing of meditative Taize chants between the readings.