Lent At The Cathedral 2020

Fasting binds all Catholics who have completed their 18th birthday through those who have completed their 59th year, unless prevented by health. On days of fast, one full meal is allowed. Two other meals sufficient to maintain strength, may be taken according to one’s own needs. Eating solid food between meals is not allowed, although fluids may be taken.

Abstinence binds all Catholics who have completed their 14th birthday, unless prevented by health. On days of abstinence, the consumption of meat is not allowed. The Church strongly encourages the observance of Friday abstinence, but failure to do so is not regarded as sinful. However, failure to observe any penitential days at all or a substantial number of such days must be considered serious.

Stations of the Cross

In accordance with the measures issued by Bishop Coerver, stations of the cross has been canceled. CLICK HERE to view Stations of the Cross from the Holy Land presented by EWTN.

February 28  Liturgy Commission
March 6  Liturgy Commission
March 13 Social Ministries
March 20 CANCELED
March 27  CANCELED
April 3  CANCELED
April 10  (Good Friday) CANCELED

Fish Fry by Knights of Columbus 3008

In accordance with the measures issued by Bishop Coerver, all fish fry events have been canceled for 2020.

Lenten Penance Service

April 1st - CANCELED

Catholic Relief Services Rice Bowl

Our parish is participating in CRS Rice Bowl, Catholic Relief Services’ Lenten program, as a way to encounter Jesus through others, especially through the most vulnerable in our world. Rice Bowls are available in the Gathering Space. Please be sure to take one home and use the easy and fun resources to deepen your family’s Lenten experience. Your prayers, fasting and almsgiving this Lenten season will help Catholic Relief Services continue to provide life-saving assistance in nearly 100 countries. CRS works on our behalf to care for the poorest in our world and to end global poverty.

 

Christ the King Cathedral Holy Week Broadcast Schedule

Monday - Wednesday: 8:15AM
Holy Thursday: 7:00PM
Good Friday: 7:00PM
Easter Vigil: 8:30PM
Easter Sunday: 9:00AM

*Please note that in accordance with measures implemented due to COVID-19, all Masses are only available online.  Our broadcasts are available live and on-demand. CLICK HERE to watch Mass online.