Lent 2017

Stations of the Cross
299

Every Friday in Lent
1:00pm (School Students)
and at 7:00pm

Opportunities for Confession

Every Tuesday: 6:30-7:30pm
Every Saturday: 11:30am-12:30pm

Wednesday, March 15: 6:00-9:00pm
“The Light is On for You”

Monday, April 3: 7:00pm
Saint Thomas More

Tuesday, April 4: 6:30pm
Saint Louise de Marillac

Thursday, April 6: 7:00pm
Saint Benedict the Abbot

Weekly Opportunities for Devotion

Monday: Holy Hour – 6:45pm
(Rosary & Divine Mercy Chaplet)

Tuesday: Eucharistic Adoration all day following 9am Mass, Rosary at 6:30pm, Miraculous Medal Novena followed by healing prayers, prayers for deliverance and Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament at 7:30pm

Wednesday: Rosary for Peace – 8pm

Friday: Charismatic Prayer Group – 8pm
Nocturnal Adoration 10pm (First Friday of the month unless otherwise stated)

Lenten Series 2017 – The Healing Power of Jesus

A MINI-IGNATIAN RETREAT will be offered this year during the season of Lent. Each Tuesday evening, during our weekly Marian Devotions, a series of sermons that will form the retreat presented by guest preachers. We will examine the healing power of Jesus in the Scriptures as we reflect on the healing miracles of Jesus in the Gospel narratives of Saint Matthew.

The Ignatian retreat will allow a time of prayer to reflect on the healing presence of Jesus and to encounter that Presence in our lives and to discern where the Lord is leading us.

We will seek to better know the Merciful God, Who created us in love and for love. That is the God who underlies this Lenten retreat.

March 07: Matthew 8:1-4
The cleansing of the leper
Father Joseph Sioli, Saint Louise de Marillac Church, Upper St. Clair

March 14: Matthew 8:5-13
The healing of the centurion’s son
Father Valerian M. Michlik, Saint Gregory Byzantine Church, Upper St. Clair

March 21: Matthew 8:14-15
The mother-in-law of Simon Peter
Father Daniele Vallecorsa, Saint Louise de Marillac Church, Upper St. Clair

March 28: Matthew 8:28-34
The Gadarene demoniac
Father Michael P. Conway, Immaculate Conception Church, Washington

April 04:  Matthew 9:1-8
The healing of the paralytic
Deacon William F. Strathmann, Saint Louise de Marillac Church, Upper St. Clair

April 11: Matthew 9:18-26
The ruler’s daughter
Father Nicholas S. Vaskov, Saint Mary of Mercy Church, Pittsburgh

Holy Week Schedule

Holy Thursday, April 13
Mass of the Lord’s Supper at 7:00pm
Seven Church Bus Pilgrimage following Mass
Church will be open for Eucharistic devotion until midnight
11:30pm Night Prayer

Good Friday, April 14
Stations of the Cross at 12:00pm
Good Friday Liturgy at 1:30pm
Stations with Veneration of the Cross at 7:00pm

Holy Saturday, April 15
Blessing of Easter Baskets at 11:00am
Easter Vigil Mass at 8:30pm

Easter Sunday, April 16
Masses:
7:30am (church);
9:00am (in church & gym)
11:00am (in church & gym)
12:30pm (church)
There is no 4:30pm Mass on Easter Sunday

Seven Church Tour Pilgrimage

Join this beautiful tradition of a holy pilgrimage the evening of Holy Thursday. We will depart from Saint Louise immediately following the 7:00pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper on April 13 (approximately 8:15pm), traveling by bus to six area churches concluding with St. Louise as our final visit. Call our parish office at 412-833-1010 to reserve your seat.

There is a donation of $10 per adult and children ride for free. Please join us and bring a friend!

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