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It’s Mid-Holy Week

It’s Mid-Holy Week

Holy Week Services

Both parishes will have Holy Week services. The only difference will be that RCIA (those joining the Catholic Church) members will be attending services at St. Joan of Arc this year.

Here’s the Holy Week Schedule

Youth Choir

If you plan to attend the 10:30am Easter Sunday Mass at St. Thomas More this year, you are in for a treat. Rachel Bielstein, our Coordinator of Religious Education and Liturgical Music, has been working with a group of talented and enthusiastic youth from both parishes who will be sharing their singing talents with the rest of us for the first time that day. Their next service will be at St. Joan of Arc’s 5:30pm Pentecost Mass.

Children’s Collection

Fr. Frank will be reintroducing the children’s collection at the St. Thomas More Masses this weekend.

Crusade for Excellence

The St. Joan of Arc Crusade for Excellence Development Dinner is a biennial parish and school fundraiser where you can enjoy an evening featuring dinner, auction and fellowship. The theme this year is “Gearing Up for Our Future.” We have made new connections in the recent past and are excited to build and strengthen these partnerships in the future.

All money raised will go towards the maintenance fund to make building improvements.

The dinner and auction are held after the 5:30pm mass on Saturday, April 30th.  The silent auction is in the gym and the dinner and live auction are in the cafeteria. 

Here’s the link

Divine Mercy Sunday

St. Thomas More annually celebrates Divine Mercy Sunday (2nd Sunday of Easter) with a special program. Come, Sing, and Pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy with us in the Presence of the Blessed Sacrament. All Are Invited to Attend!

  • 11:30am – Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
  • 12:30pm – 3pm – Confessions
  • 1pm – Rosary
  • 2pm – Divine Mercy Chaplet – 2pm
  • 2:30pm – Benediction
  • 2:45pm – Procession
  • 3pm – Mass