GOOD FRIDAY, April 14th

Good Friday-Celebration of the Lord’s Passion

"The first thing one might wonder or ask about this day is why is this event called “Good” Friday, when it was the day the Son of God was cruelly tortured and crucified? This day is called Good Friday because it was the day Jesus willingly sacrificed his life for us and our sins. It is called “Good” because it shows forth the absolute goodness of God on our behalf." Click here to read more on our diocesan web-page.

9:00 AM - Good Friday Ecumenical Prayer Walk - begins at Our Lady of Lourdes

3:00 PM – The Lord’s Passion, Confessions afterward

5:30 PM - Living Stations of the Cross, Confessions afterward