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Sunday Vigil (Sat. pm): 4 pm
Sunday: 7:30, 9, 11:30 am
Holy Day Vigil: 5:30 pm

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Holy Week

"Holy Week, which for us Christians is the most important week of the year, offers us the opportunity to be immersed in the central events of Redemption, to relive the Paschal Mystery, the great mystery of the faith." Benedict XVI, 2009

Pope John Paul II made the Liturgy of the Hours a key part of renewing the Church in the Third Millennium. He has warmly invited the laity to join in the praying of the Liturgy of the Hours. Epiphany Parish Prays the Liturgy of the Hours - "Lauds" or Morning Prayer - during the Triduum.

Holy Thursday

7:00 am Morning Prayer

5:30 pm Evening Mass of the Lord's Supper

6:30 pm – Midnight, Visit Altar of Repose. The Faithful receive a Plenary Indulgence, under the usual conditions, for participating in the Solemn Reposition of the Blessed Sacrament and praying or singing the hymn "Tantum Ergo".

Good Friday

7:00 am Morning Prayer

5:30 pm Good Friday of the Lord's Passion. The Faithful receive a Plenary Indulgence, under the usual conditions, for participating in the Good Friday Adoration of the Cross.

Holy Saturday

7:30 am Morning Prayer

3:00 pm Private Devotion to Our Lady of Sorrows (For Reference, see this Video)

8:00 pm The Resurrection of the Lord: the Easter Vigil. The Faithful receive a Plenary Indulgence, under the usual conditions, for renewing their Baptismal Vows at the Easter Vigil.

Easter Sunday

7:30, 9:00, 11:30 am: The Resurrection of the Lord: the Mass of Easter Day

3:00 pm: Private Devotion to the Mother of the Redeemer: Regina Coeli and Akathistos. The Faithful receive a Plenary Indulgence, under the usual conditions, for singing or reciting the Akathistos Prayer in honor of Our Lady.

Regina Coeli

Akathistos

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