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Liturgical dates 2014

Wednesday, January 1* Feast of Mary, Mother of God Commemorates the divine motherhood of the Blessed Virgin Mary.  It is our annual parish consecration to Mary.
Wednesday, March 5 Ash Wednesday Marks the first day of Lent, a day of fasting and abstinence.   Additional Masses are offered.
Monday, March 17 Feast of St. Patrick Solemnity in our parish, includes parish celebration (including Mass)  Our celebration will take place Satuday, March 16th this year
Sunday, April 13 Palm Sunday Celebrates the entry of Jesus into Jerusalem
Thursday, April 17 Holy Thursday A.K.A.  Mass of the Lord’s Supper.  Celebrates the Institution of the Eucharist and the Priesthood.  Marks the end of Lent and the beginning of the Triduum.
Friday, April 18 Good Friday Commemorates Jesus’ death on the Cross.  Services include the Passion Service, Veneration of the Cross and Living Stations of the Cross. No Mass is offered on Good Friday.
Saturday, April 19 Holy Saturday Sabbatum Sanctum – The Day of the Entombed Christ.  The Easter Vigil Mass is celebrated after sundown.  Candidates and Catechumens are received into the Church.
Sunday, April 20 Easter Sunday Pascha – Christ’s resurrection from the dead.  Beginning of the Easter season.
Sunday, April 27 Divine Mercy Sunday Celebrates God’s merciful love.  A celebration, including Adoration and Confessions is offered.
Sunday, June 1 Ascension Sunday Commemorates Jesus’ ascension into Heaven.
Sunday, June 8 Pentecost Sunday Marks the descent of the Holy Spirit.  Readers are commissioned on this day.
Sunday, June 15 Trinity Sunday Honors God the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit
Sunday, June 22 Corpus Christi Sunday The Body and Blood of Christ.  A Eucharistic Procession concludes 8:00 Mass.  Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion are commissioned at Masses.
Friday, August 15* Assumption of Mary Commemorates the assumption of Mary, body and soul, into Heaven.
Saturday, November 1 All Saints Day [not a HDO this year] Honors all saints, known and unknown
Sunday, November 2 All Souls Day Commemorates the faithful departed.  Additional Masses are offered to pray for the souls in purgatory.
Sunday, November 23 Christ the King Celebration of Christ’s kingship.  A Eucharistic procession concludes 11 am Mass.
Sunday, November First Sunday of Advent Marks the beginning of the new liturgical year, the Advent season.
Monday, December 8* Feast of the Immaculate Conception Celebration of the conception of Mary, without the stain of original sin.
Thursday, December 25* Nativity of the Lord The birth of our Savior!
* In addition to all Sundays, dates marked with an * are holy days of obligation.  Some feasts are moveable feasts.  Please consult the parish bulletin for details as the dates approach.