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Devotions

Tuesdays: Pro-life rosary begins at 11:25 am.
Wednesdays: Vesters following 5:30 pm Mass.
First Wednesdays: Devotion to St. Joseph at 5:30 pm.
Thursdays: Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help after 6:30 am Mass.
First Fridays: Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament of the Sacred Heart of Jesus after 6:30 am Mass.
First Saturdays: Reparation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary after 6:30 am Mass.

Mass Intentions

Having a Mass offered for a personal intention, a living or deceased member of one’s family, in thanksgiving, or for the poor souls is a very pious and fruit-filled action. The fruits that come from this are manifold and far reaching. As we are currently accepting Mass Intentions for the 2020 Liturgical Year, we would like to take a moment to remind all who wish to have intentions made that the deadline for submitting intentions for them to appear in the bulletin is two weeks before the date you wish to have your intention fulfilled. An example would be, if one would like an intention offered on the weekend of February 22nd – 23rd, the intention would need to be submitted to the parish office on or before Friday, February 14th.

While the deadline may seem to be far in advance, our standard bulletin publication deadline for information is also two weeks prior to the date that is selected for the event. This deadline allows for all the needed information to be submitted, processed, and entered into the bulletin. There are times however, that the publishing firm will set early deadlines for the bulletin namely: Easter, Christmas, New Year's, Independence Day, and Thanksgiving to name a few. In this case the deadline would still remain two weeks prior. Please note, that intentions will not be taken if the two-week deadline has passed. We want to ensure that our parishioners and their intentions are being properly noted and fulfilled. We thank you for your understanding and your willingness to assist us in properly care and fulfillment of these great treasures and the greatest prayer.

Local Mass on The Web

St. Mary Mother of the Church Parish (Lafayette) is streaming their Sunday 8:00 AM Mass. The homebound, as well as residents in assisted living facilities and nursing homes can watch the Mass “live” at 8:00 AM on Sundays or watch the video recording of the Mass any time on Sunday or during the rest of the week.

Go to https://www.stmarych.com/live.

Televised Mass for the Homebound

Is someone you love unable to join us at church during this holy time of Lent and Easter? For the faithful at home or in healthcare settings, the Heart of the Nation Sunday TV Mass brings spiritual comfort and the blessings of joy-filled hope in our Risen Savior. Please invite anyone you know who cannot get out to church to tune in Catholic Mass on TV or watch online anytime on Sundays at www.HeartoftheNation.org.

Good Shepherd Sunday

The Fourth Sunday of Easter is designated as Good Shepherd Sunday and World Day of Prayer for Vocations. During this week let us pray for all our priests, seminarians and those discerning entrance to the seminary. We especially lift up in prayer those preparing for ordination this year to the Priesthood and the Transitional Diaconate.

Good Shepherd Sunday