Lenten Resource Page

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Lent 2018 – St. Mary’s Resource Page

Our prayer is that this page will help you on your Lenten Journey


Ash Wednesday – February 14

Masses: 8:00 AM  ~ 12:00 PM ~ 7:00 PM

Fridays During Lent

Sacrament of Reconciliation – 6:00 PM  –  6:25 PM or by appointment
Stations of the Cross – 6:30 PM
Mass – 7:00 PM

Saturdays During Lent

Mass – 8:00 AM
Sacrament of Reconciliation – 3:00 PM – 3:30 PM or by appointment

Every Monday – Thursday

Rosary – 7:3 AM
Mass – 8:00 AM

Mondays During Lent

Adult Faith Formation – 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM at the Parish Center

Tuesday, March 20
       Communal Lenten Penance Service – 7:00 PM        

Palm Sunday – March 25

Mass – 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM, & 11:30 AM
Lenten Family Weekend at the Parish Center  Saturday & Sunday 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM




Holy Thursday – March 29

Mass of the Lord’s Supper – 7:00 PM
Opportunity for private prayer in the Church after Mass until 10:00 PM

Good Friday – March 30

Stations of the Cross for younger children – 12:00 PM
Solemn Passion of the Lord – 3:00 PM
Lifeline Living Stations of the Cross   7:00 PM

Holy Saturday – March 31

Preparatory Rites for Candidates and Catechumens – 9:00 AM
Solemn Vigil of Easter – 7:00 PM



Mass Schedule – Sunday, April 1st

8:00 AM ~ 10:00 AM  ~ 11:30 AM   
Easter Egg Hunt after 8:00 AM Mass



Tuesday – TBD

Social Concerns Easter Tags 2:00 PM at the Parish Center
Help get tags ready for Easter Donations of food and Easter basket candy – Open to all

Thursday – March 22

Easter Basket / Dinner Compilation 1:00 PM at the Church Basement

Saturday – March 24

Delivery of Baskets and Food  – Pick up at the Church Basement
Delivery to families in need in the local community – Deliverers are desperately needed 



photo (8)     Pope Francis is invites all believers to open their hearts and mind to God and to overcome a “globalization of indifference” that is threatening to spread a feeling of distress and powerlessness and causing individuals and communities to withdraw into themselves, closing “the door through which God comes into the world and the world comes to him”.
Check out the USCCB – United States Conference of Catholic Bishops – Lenten Page. Find a variety of suggestions and resources to help you “raise up,” “sacrifice,” and “offer” during this Lent and to embrace your baptismal commitment. lent-graphic-cns
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Loyola Press – A Jesuit MinistryAs Catholics around the world gather for Mass and prayer services on Ash Wednesday, we are bonded by the physical and spiritual connection we share as followers of Jesus. Use the resources on this page to further your knowledge and appreciation of the sacred rituals of Ash Wednesday. Among other resources for your Lenten Journey.



Join Matthew Kelly, the best-selling Catholic author in America, on a life-changing journey through your Best Lent Ever. Each week, participants will receive short videos and inspiration from Matthew that explain the genius of Catholicism and empower them to become the best-version-of-themselves. It’s simple and completely FREE, the only cost is your commitment to live better each day this Lent. parish_large


                          The message of The Divine Mercy is simple. It is that God loves us – all of us. And, he wants us to recognize that His mercy is greater than our sins, so that we will call upon Him with trust, receive His mercy, and let it flow through us to others. Thus, all will come to share His joy.  


The Four Last Things: Journey of a Soul is a in-depth 40-day journey through the Church’s teachings on The Four Last Things. In this series you will learn how God has created the world and the human soul, the journey of the soul as it transitions from this world to the next, and the final destiny that awaits the good and the bad. Through the detailed explanations in this series you will begin to see life as God sees it, and gain a better understanding of the great importance of your every thought, word, and deed.   




Why Join the Pray More Lenten Retreat?
Become more intentional with your prayer life.
Reflect on God’s mercy and immeasurable love for us as He sent His son to die for our sins.
Deepen your faith and pray more this Lenten season from the comfort of your own home!
Learn how to have a holy, prayerful and transforming Lenten season.


If you have any questions regarding the above events and resources please email info@stmarysdartmouth.org.