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St. Joseph Catholic Church - Holy Week Schedule
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 • Posted April 16, 2014

Monday April 14th thru Sunday April 20th, 2014

TUESDAY OF HOLY WEEK-- 10:30am-- Chrism Mass @ St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, Austin, with Bishop Joe S. Vasquez. Fr. Melvin will bring the Holy Oils for the Offertory Presentation at our Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper on Thursday.

THURSDAY OF HOLY WEEK-- Conclusion of the Lenten Season/ Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper-- 4:15pm

[Washing of the disciples’ feet-- 6 “chosen servants”

Transfer of the Holy Eucharist with Adoration

Period till 5:35pm]

Altar is bare and religious articles removed or covered]

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FRIDAY OF HOLY WEEK-- 4:15pm--Service of the Lord’s Passion

[Part 1-- Liturgy of the Word (reading parts of Narrator/

Jesus (Fr. Melvin)/ Voice/ and Assembly]

Part 2-- Veneration of the Cross (for all the faithful)

Part 3-- Holy Communion [following Service, depart in silence]

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Pastoral Note: [Rev. Melvin Dornak, pastor will preside at all Easter Masses at St. Joseph and return to Holy Trinity, Llano Sunday, 5:00pm.

SATURDAY OF HOLY WEEK-- EASTER VIGIL MASS-- 8:00pm

[Service of the Light w/ Easter Candle; Proclamation is sung

Liturgy of the Word with Old Testament Readings (7)

GEN 1/ GEN 22/ EXODUS 14/ ISA 54/ ISA 55/

BARUCH 3/ EZEKIEL 36

Epistle—Romans 6: 3-11/ Gospel—MARK 16: 1-7

Blessing of water/ Renewal of Baptismal Promises

Catechumen, for Baptism-Confirmation & Candidate, for Confirmation

First Holy Communion for newly initiated following Liturgy of Eucharist

EASTER SUNDAY MASSES, “ALLELUIA!”-- 8:30am & 10:30am

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HOLY TRINITY CATHOLIC CHURCH

HOLY THURSDAY: 6:30pm Mass (silent adoration till 9:30pm)

GOOD FRIDAY: 6:30pm Service/ EASTER VIGIL: 8:00pm Mass

EASTER SUNDAY: 9:30am Mass-- “THE LORD IS RISEN!”

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