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Sunday Mass
Saturday: 5:00 pm
Sunday: 6:00 am, 8:00 am,
10:00 am, and 5:00 pm

Weekday Mass
Monday - Saturday: 7:00 am
Monday - Thursday: 5:00 pm

Christmas Eve:
6:00 pm and 9:00 pm
Christmas Caroling: 11:30 pm followed by Midnight Mass
Christmas Day: 6:00 am, 8:00 am, 10:00 am, and 5:00 pm

Easter Triduum
Holy Thursday : 7:00 pm
Good Friday: 3:00 pm
Holy Saturday/Vigil: 7:00 pm


Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
6:30 am - 6:45 am
4:30pm - 4:45 pm

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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Reflection for March 23, 2020

Lent 2020
Rt. Rev. Eugene Joseph Hayes, Abbot, St. Michael’s Abbey, Diocese of Orange, provides our reflection for March 23.
The Church in her Sacred Liturgy of the Roman Rite prays today in the collect of the Mass, “O God, who renew the world through mysteries beyond all telling…” Throughout this season of Lent these salvific mysteries have been variously named: Glorious, Sacred, and Paschal. Whatever the name given, at any moment, the reality described is the sacramental life of the Church. The vitality of these graces is so extraordinary that it is foreshadowed in the words of the Prophet Isaiah as, “He dies a mere youth who reaches but a hundred years.”
It is faith, confidence in the power of Jesus’ word, which gives a person the access and the ability to benefit from this extraordinary vitality. The royal official whose son was ill in distant Capernaum approached Jesus in today’s gospel passage with this type of confidence and received the cure he was seeking. According to the evangelist, the benefit even greater than the healing of his son was that the official “and his whole household came to believe.” In short, that everyone in the official’s entourage was healed of their unbelief on account of the royal official.
The renewing and revitalizing power of the sacraments is always available to those who approach them in faith. The preeminent way to prepare oneself to receive these sacraments worthily and well in every season of the Church year is by prayer, in particular, meditation on the Word of God.
During these days when our society and the world are overwhelmed with concerns and the coronavirus, delve deeply into the saving power of Our Lord in an attentive reading of the Sacred Scripture each day as offered by the Church in her liturgy. One of the advantages of our modern technology is the ease with which one can access to these readings as well as soul-stirring reflections about them. As the royal official demonstrates, faith in the words of Our Lord is life changing.
When we are changed for the better, those around us, those of our household, change for the better as well. The former change is by grace and the latter by good example.
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