Beginning Wednesday (February 22, 2023), as a parish community, we focus on Lent’s two-fold themes: repentance and baptism. This year our four candidates in the RCIA program complete the sacraments of initiation. We, the full members, revisit the quality of our on-going conversion. We listen more carefully to the Word of God and through prayer, fasting, and almsgiving, we cultivate a spirit of repentance and renewal to better live our Baptismal Promises at Easter.
We invite you to join us at any one of our Lenten opportunities:
Ashes will be distributed at the following services:
February 22, 2023
Mass – 8:30am ICC, 6:30pm ICC, 7:00pm SJ
Liturgy of the Word Service – 12:15pm ICC
Sundays of Lent
Mass times will remain as usual during the Lenten Season:
Weekdays (Mon-Sat): 8:30am ICC
Weekend: Saturday - 5:00pm ICC
Sunday: 7:00am ICC, 9:00am SJ, 11:00am ICC
Confession times will remain as usual during the Lenten Season:
Saturday afternoon: 4:15pm - 4:50pm ICC
Sunday morning: 8:20am - 8:50am SJ
Extra Confession opportunities in the Lenten Season:
Wednesday, March 22 at 6:30pm – Penance Service at ICC
Monday, April 3 from 3:30pm - 7:30pm Individual Confessions at ICC and SJ
After Monday, April 3 – Tuesday & Wednesday Confession by appointment only.
No Confessions during the Triduum
Stations of the Cross: Friday Evenings (ICC) -
7:00pm with Adoration & Benediction
2/24, 3/3, 3/10, 3/17, 3/24, 3/31
Good Friday, April 7 (ICC) at 12:15pm Stations Only
(All services will be streamed)
Adoration for Vocations (ICC), March 5 and April 2 from 12 noon to 2:00pm
“Black Book” available after Masses on February 19th
Rice Bowl available after Masses on February 19th
"40 Days of Life" Diaper Drive (sponsored by LAOH) at both ICC & SJ
Best Lent Ever - 40 Day Lenten Series
Lenten Challenge - 25 Day Daily Challenge
- Fasting & Abstinence:
- Ash Wednesday & Good Friday are days of Fasting(for those 18-59 years) & Abstinence(for those 14 years and above).
- All Fridays during Lent are days of total abstinence from meat. Those 14 years and older are to observe this Lenten obligation.
- For more information on Fasting & Abstinence; check out the USCCB website.
- For more opportunities to journey closer to God during lent: