We come together as a diverse and welcoming community to glorify, praise and give thanks to God through Jesus Christ. Inspired by God's Word and the Eucharist, we go forth to serve the needs of our parish and the extended community.
We are called through the Holy Spirit to spread the Gospel message and reach out to the poor and oppressed. We are commited to know, understand and love each other as member of Christ's body.
|HOLY WEEK LITURGIES|
|Passion Sunday||March 28th||10:30 am|
|Wednesday of Holy Week||March 31st||6:30 pm|
|Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper||April 1st||7:00 pm|
|Good Friday of the Lord’s Passion||April 2nd||7:00 pm|
|Easter Vigil||April 3rd||8:30 pm|
|Easter Sunday||April 4th||10:30 am|
The next PSR class is Saturday, March 13th.
The teachers at each level will provide the link to the virtual classroom. If you do not receive it during the week prior to class, please contact one of your child's teachers.
Stations of the Cross
This is the text we are using in church on Fridays during Lent to pray the Stations of the Cross. The meditations were written by Pope Francis. If you cannot join us in person, you can still pray along with those who are in church using this text.
The Spiritual Maturity of Youth
The middle-schoolers at Archbishop Lyke School recently wrote essays reflecting on their experience of stay-at-home orders in the light of faith. Their essays give evidence of a depth of faith and spirituality that may surprise many. Their level of self-reflection and ability to grow spiritually and personally in difficult situations evince an impressive maturity for people so young. If you need a little lift, maybe you’ll find it by reading some of these essays. Here are eight of them.