We are approaching a favorable time of reflection, a time when we turn to look at our actions, and our walk in the church. With Ash Wednesday we will begin the season of Lent, the time of renewal that prepares us for the Easter of Jesus, where we will relive within us the joy of the Risen Christ.


It’s 40 days; throughout this time, especially in the Sunday liturgy, we make an effort to recover the rhythm and style of true believers that we must live as children of God. The liturgical color of this time is purple, which means mourning and penance. It is a time of reflection, penance, spiritual conversion; time and preparation for the paschal mystery.

7 Last Words of Christ

Thursday | 2/23/2023

FIRST WORD: “Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.”

Thursday | 3/2/2023

SECOND  WORD: “Truly, I say to you, today you will be with me in paradise.”

Thursday | 3/16/2023

THIRD WORD: “Woman, behold your son”… and to John: “Behold your mother.

Thursday | 3/23/2023

FOURTH WORD: “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?”

Thursday | 3/30/2023

FIFTH & SIXTH WORD: “I thirst.”& “It is finished.”

Wednesday | 4/05/2023

SEVENTH WORD: “Father, into your hands I commend my spirit.”

Stations of the Cross

The Stations of the Cross are part of the traditions most cherished by Catholics, especially during Lent. It is a spiritual exercise – and, in some cases, also a physical one – that helps those who do it to relive the passion and death of the Lord Jesus, accompanying him who gave his life for humanity and learning from him the “way of the cross”, the path of all men and women, even more of all Christians. Come join us on Tuesdays during Lent after our Newman Night.