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HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE
Read more about Holy Week
Palm Sunday March 28 - 29
8:30 and 10:30AM Sunday
Tenebrae April 1 9:00PM
Holy Thursday April 2 7:00PM
Followed by Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament until 11:00PM
Good Friday April 3
2:30PM Stations of the Cross
7:00PM Veneration of the Cross
With a Special Collection for the Holy Land
Easter Vigil April 4 9:00PM
Easter Sunday April 5 8:30 and 11:00AM
Return Your Rice Bowl
If you participated in the Rice Bowl program this Lenten Season, it is time to return your bowl to the parish.
You can bring the entire bowl to Mass on Holy Thursday, or you can write a check (made out to the parish with “Rice Bowl” on the memo line), or you can donate online. If you cannot join us for Mass on Thursday, you can put your donation in the mail, bring it by the parish office in person, or place it in the collection basket next time you are at Mass.
CRS Rice Bowl is a Lenten program of prayer, fasting, learning, and giving. The educational materials assist ongoing parish efforts in developing a spirituality of justice and solidarity with those most in need. Donations help fund CRS development projects in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, and Latin America to produce more food, increase income and address poverty.
25% of contributions remain in the Seattle Archdiocese for grants to parishes and organizations that help the poor in Western Washington.
Good Friday Collection
The traditional annual Good Friday Collection for the Church in the Holy Land will be gathered at Holy Disciples. The proceeds from the Good Friday Collection go to the Franciscan Custody of the Holy Land. The Franciscans have been caring for the holy sites there since 1209. They also assist the poor, run schools, provide scholarships, and conduct pastoral ministries to keep Christianity alive in the land where it originated.
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri, Prefect of the Congregation for Eastern Churches, described the current situation in the region, particularly the conflict in Syria, tensions in Egypt and between Israel and Palestine as “truly precarious.”
“Every day the Christians in various regions of the Middle East ask themselves whether they should remain or emigrate,” he noted. “They live in danger and often suffer violence only for the fact of professing the faith common to them and us.” The Collection helps Christians of many different denominations remain in the region as living witnesses to Christ.
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