The Mass of the Lord’s Supper will be bilingual and will be live streamed at 7:00pm. Please download our Mass aid here if you would like to follow along with readings and hymns.
The schedule for Good Friday liturgies is as follows (all will be live streamed):
-Meditations on the Seven Last Words of Christ in English – 1:00pm
-Stations of the Cross in English – 2:20pm
-Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion in English – 3:00pm Please download our liturgy aid here if you would like to follow along with readings and hymns.
-Stations of the Cross in Spanish – 4:30pm
-Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion in Spanish – 6:00pm
This year we will not be able to celebrate the sacraments of initiation with our candidates and catechumens who have been preparing for full communion with the Church at the Easter Vigil (these will be administered once we are able to return to the church). Additionally, in the absence of a congregation, the Holy See has indicated that there should not be the initial celebration with the Easter fire and the blessing of the Paschal candle. Consequently, the Easter Vigil will not be substantially different from a regular Easter Mass, so we will not be live streaming the Easter Vigil Mass and will live stream Mass on Easter Sunday. If you would like to live stream the Easter Vigil liturgy at the Cathedral with Bishop Konzen, click here.