Holy Week 2019

The Week that Changed the World


Holy Thursday Mass: 7:00pm

Good Friday Service: 3:00pm

Good Friday Stations of the Cross: 6:00pm

Easter Vigil Mass: 8:00pm

Easter Sunday: 8:00am, 10:00am, 12:00pm


The Mass of Dedication

With Consecration of the Church

March 24, 2019

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Confession

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Adoration

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Christ at the Center

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Saint Catherine of Siena warmly welcomes... anyone who is new to our area, anyone who is searching for the truth, or anyone who is looking for a spiritual home. We are joyfully and faithfully Roman Catholic in belief and practice, - a community of faith, worship, and service - and with open hearts we invite all our brothers and sisters into a living and saving friendship with the Lord Jesus Christ, in the communion of His One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church.

Upcoming Events

Triduum

Holy Thursday: 7:00pm

Good Friday Service: 3:00pm

Stations of the Cross: 6:00pm

Easter Vigil: 8:00pm

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Daily Mass

MON-FRI

Extended! 

April 22 - June 9!

6:00-6:30pm

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Adoration and Confession

Every Tuesday 

7:00-8:30pm

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Faith Night Out

Wednesday, April 24 at 7:30 pm

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Eucharistic Adoration

The First Tuesday of Every Month

3:00pm - 12 midnight

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The Relic of St. John Vianney

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Prayer and Penance. Updated on 1/6/19

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We stand in the middle of a global and complex crisis.  It is up to all of us – right here, and no one is exempt – to be part of the renewal of the Church. What does that conversion look like? It means a new and personal resolve, for each of us, aided by God’s grace, to be the kind of disciples who bring relief, and not pain, to the Heart of Jesus. It means a determined effort, with God’s help, to really turn away from sin and to be faithful to the Gospel. 

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A Message from Pope Francis

"Making the sign of the Cross when we wake up, before meals, in facing danger, to protect against evil, in the evening before we sleep... means telling ourselves and others whom we belong to, whom we want to be.


"This is why it is so important to teach children how to make the sign of the Cross properly. And as we do upon entering a church, we can also do so at home, by keeping a bit of holy water in a suitable place — some families do so: this way, each time we come in or go out, by making the sign of the Cross with that water we remember that we are baptized.


"Do not forget, I repeat: teach the children how to make the sign of the Cross."


- Pope Francis

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