Hope in the Wilderness, Our Lenten Journey with Christ
March 18-21, 2019 - Each evening will begin at 7:00 p.m. in the church.

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All are welcome and encouraged to attend our parish Lenten Mission, March 18-21 at 7:00 pm. This mission is a particular time to come together as a parish family. Each evening will include a reflection by a passionate and engaging speaker and access to the sacraments and liturgy. There will be receptions and time for fellowship following some of the events.

Blazers Cook, Experiment and More!

First Grade students celebrated Dr. Seuss’ birthday by making green eggs and ham. St. Matthew Cathedral
School has many future chefs in the making!

This week we enter into the beautiful season of Lent. A time for us to step back from our usual hustle and bustle and take some time to reflect and pray about the season. In the bulletin this week is the schedule for the Lenten Season. There are so many opportunities to indulge in the practices of the Lenten Season. Please read and take advantage of them. Have a prayer-filled and holy Lent:
Father Terry

-Father Terry
The Lenten Season, which begins on Ash Wednesday (March 6) and ends with the beginning of the Mass of the Lord’s Supper on Holy Thursday (April 18), has a two-fold character: to prepare both Catechumens (those to be baptized at the Easter Vigil) and the Faithful to celebrate the Paschal Mystery (the work of salvation wrought by the death and resurrection of Jesus). Catechumens, with the Rite of Election, the Sacred Scrutinies, and Catechesis, prepare for the Sacraments of Christian Initiation at the Solemn Easter Vigil. The Faithful, by being more attentive to prayer and to the Word of God, prepare themselves by penance for the renewal of their own baptismal promises. The three-fold works of Lent are PRAYER, FASTING, and ALMSGIVING (Read Matthew 6.1-6; 16-18).