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Tridentine Holy Week Schedule 2014 (Updated)

Extraordinary Form Holy Week and Triduum Schedule at St. Joseph

Palm Sunday, April 13th
9:00 AM Tridentine Latin Missa Cantata (Note time change)

Holy Thursday, April 17th
7:00 p.m. Tridentine Mass of the Lord’s Supper
9:00 p.m. Tenebrae (Note time change)

Good Friday, April 18th
12:00 noon until 3:00 p.m. Tridentine Tre Ore (three hour) Services
Stations of the Cross
Veneration of the Relics of the Passion
Divine Mercy Novena Devotions

Holy Saturday, April 19th
8:00 p.m. Tridentine Easter Vigil Mass

Easter Sunday, April 20th

9:30 a.m. Tridentine Latin Missa Cantata

Palm Sunday Tridentine Schedule

Please note: The Tridentine Palm Sunday Mass begins at 9:00 AM on Sunday, April 13. The services will begin with the blessing of palms and procession. This will allow us enough time to complete the liturgy without running into the 11:30 AM Ordinary Form Mass.

Ash Wednesday Schedule

Ash Wednesday Mass Schedule
12:10 PM (St. Joseph)
6:00 PM (Sweetest Heart) with Bishop Reiss
7:00 PM Tridentine (St. Joseph) with Fr. Greg

Brief Notice of Importance

If you should happen to notice anywhere online or in print that a 7PM Tridentine Low Mass will take place tomorrow at St. Josaphat, please note that this is an error. St. Josaphat remains closed until further notice. All 7PM Monday Night Masses take place at St. Joseph’s in Detroit.

New devotional area in honor of St. Philomena at Saint Joseph’s Church

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With Fr. Greg’s approval, this image and devotional area has been set up in honor of St. Philomena at St. Joseph’s Church. Please consider stopping by this area to pray for your needs and also for the speedy restoration of St. Josaphat Church.

First Friday Mass this Friday

Low Mass with Benediction and Devotions to the Sacred Heart at 7PM this Friday at St. Joseph’s Church.

Time Change for the Tridentine Mass, this Sunday

The traditional Candlemas blessing of candles, candlelight procession and Holy Mass will begin at 9:15 AM this coming Sunday, February 2. Please note that this time change was made in order to permit enough time to perform all the liturgical ceremonies attached to the celebration of the Feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary on that Sunday.

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