Celebrating Lent and Easter at Cabrini


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Lent

Ash Wednesday (Feb. 17)

Time Service
7:00am Service w/Ashes
8:30am Mass
10:00am Service w/Ashes [PreK –4 th grade students present]
12 Noon Service w/Ashes [9th – 12th grade students present]
2:30pm Service w/Ashes [5th – 8th grade students present]
5:00pm Service w/Ashes
7:00pm Mass

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

Time Service
9:00am – 4:00pm Every Friday of Lent (if there is a funeral, it begins after the funeral mass)

Stations of the Cross

Time Service
7:00pm Every Friday of Lent

Private Confession

Time Service
1:00pm Every Tuesday of Lent
3:00pm Every Friday of Lent
4:00pm Every Saturday (except Holy Saturday)
6:30-8:00pm Monday, March 22
Monday, March 29

(At the March dates there will be several priests available; Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament)

Understanding Scripture: A study and reflection of God’s holy Word

Time Service
6:30pm Every Tuesday of Lent (Church)

Sacred Triduum & Easter

Holy Thursday (April 1)

Time Service
8:30am No Mass
7:00pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper
8:00pm - Midnight Adoration (chapel)

Good Friday (April 2)

Time Service
8:30am No Mass
12:00 Noon Stations of the Cross
1:00pm Divine Mercy Novena/Rosary
2:00pm Seven Last Words/Reproaches
3:00pm Passion Liturgy

Holy Saturday (April 3)

Time Service
8:30am No Mass
1:30pm Blessing of Easter Baskets (Church)
5:00pm No Mass
8:30pm Easter Vigil

Easter Sunday (April 4)

Time Service
8:00am Easter Mass
10:00am Easter Mass
12:00 Noon Easter Mass
7:00pm No Mass
COVID-19 Guidelines (click here)

The health and safety of our parishioners is a top priority as we welcome you to Mass with heightened safety measures in place. We will be filling the church to 50% of our normal capacity.

Mass will look different, but coming to the House of the Lord is always joyful! May we rejoice in gathering again and thank God for all His blessings!

Due to various restrictions, we have a short check-list for returning to Mass:

  • Wear a face covering. Everyone age 3-years-old and up should wear a face covering prior to entering the Church and during the entirety of the Mass.
  • The pews will be marked appropriately for seating. Please look for directions at the entrance of the church.
  • Maintain social distancing of 6 feet at all times.
  • We will only be distributing the Body of Christ at Mass. This will remain in place until further notice. When it comes time for the distribution of Holy Communion, the presider will give further instructions.
  • We appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate these precautions.
  • As a reminder the archbishop has stated “a dispensation to all the faithful has been given so as not to unduly bind the consciences of those who are greatly troubled by the destructive potency of the coronavirus as well as to care for the most vulnerable among us.” If you are feeling ill or suffering from the effects of the COVID-19, please remain at home and attend to your health. We will lift you up in prayer.