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Resurrection Parish Family invites you

to the Lenten Table

to grow as a community,

feed our minds,

and strengthen our relationships

with each other and the Lord.

Altar Setup

During the Lenten Season, Resurrection has families

set the altar for each Mass.  

This includes:

  • carrying in a bowl of incense

  • carrying in the altar table runner and putting it on the altar

  • placing the corporal (white cloth) on top of the altar

  • lighting the candles next to the altar.

 

Are you be willing to help?  Sign up using the link below and

arrive 15 minutes early so we could show you where things

are located and how to do everything. 

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Here is an example of a family setting the altar from a previous Mass

so you can see what is involved:

Image by Jon Moore

Lenten Menu

Join Resurrection for these important liturgies

and prayer experiences,

 in person or online at www.gbres.org/live

Taize Prayer
Mondays,

February 27 - March 27

*except March 13
6:30 PM

Rest in God through the singing of simple chants, interspersed with periods of silent reflection, sacred scripture, and intercessory prayer.

Stations of the Cross

Fridays,

February 24 - March 31

4:30 PM

Each week will feature a different way to pray the Stations.

Mondays,

February 27 - March 27

8:35 AM

Pray the traditional, scriptural-based Stations of the Cross after daily Mass.

Anointing Mass

Tuesday, March 21

1:30 PM

Celebrate the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick for healing, strength, and support.

 

Lenten Reconciliation Service

Tuesday, March 28

6:30 PM

Celebrate at Resurrection with St. Matthew's Parish an encounter with the reconciling love and healing graces of our Lord. Opportunity for individual confessions available.

 

Holy Thursday

Thursday, April 6
7:00 PM

 

Good Friday

Friday, April 7
1:00 PM
Abbreviated service at 7:00 PM

 

Easter Vigil

Saturday, April 8
8:00 PM

 

Easter Sunday

Sunday, April 9
8:30 AM & 10:30 AM

Lenten Resources

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