All Night Adoration
This solemn tradition is celebrated by exposing the Blessed Sacrament throughout the evening and early morning. The Faithful are invited to spend time in the presence of the Lord to pray, read the Bible, pray the rosary or simply sit and reflect in His presence.
Also known as “Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ”’ Corpus Christi celebrates the institution of the Sacrament of Holy Communion at the Last Supper. The Faithful venerate the Body of Christ as it passes by in procession.
Each year we gather as a Parish family to honor Mary by crowning our outdoor statue of Mary. We invite our First Communion class to participate in the procession and crowning. This simple May Crowning ritual helps all to recall the love expressed for Mary, Queen of Heaven and Earth.
Stations of the Cross
During Lent, we gather as a community for two opportunities to pray together the Stations of the Cross at Noon and at 6:30 PM each Friday. This is a form of devotion commemoration the Passion and death of Christ, consisting of a series of meditations (stations); also called “Way of the Cross.”