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Easter Sunday - Papal Mass from Rome

Holy Saturday - Easter Vigil Mass from Rome

Holy Friday - Way of the Cross

Holy Friday - Passion of the Lord

Holy Thursday - Chrism Mass from the Vatican with Pope Francis

April 2 - 5
The Parables of Jesus: A Lenten Mission
Part 1: The Good Shepherd and His Sheep
Part 2: Fatherhood and St. Joseph
Part 3: Three Teresas Who Knew the Oil Provide
Part 4: The Prodigal Father and His Two Wayward Sons
Join Fr. Joel Pabilona, Deacon Peter Lovrick and Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB for a four-day Lenten Mission from St. Theresa’s Parish, Shrine of the Little Flower in Scarborough, Ontario. Beginning on Sunday evening, April 2 and continuing until Wednesday, April 5, Fr. Rosica will preach at Vespers, Masses and Eucharistic Adoration ceremonies on the Parables of Jesus and how they are lived out in the lives of holy women and men of our Catholic tradition.

April 8
The Good Shepherd
The story of the passion of Jesus Christ, from his Last Supper, to his arrest and crucifixion through the eyes and imagination of children.

April 9 - Palm Sunday
At the Foot of the Cross
Join the youth of the Diocese of Peterborough, as they walk with Jesus on the way to Calvary on this devotional video, made with footage and images from their Annual Way of the Cross.

April 10
Chrism Mass, Diocese of Hamilton
From the Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King

April 11
NCBC 2017 Lenten Mission: Our Final Gift and the Promise of Life Everlasting - Part 1
The promise of life everlasting means that our death does not have to be our final failure, our final defeat in the struggle of life, our unavoidable fate. If our deepest human desire is, indeed, to give ourselves to others, then we can make our death our final gift...

April 12
NCBC 2017 Lenten Mission: Our Final Gift and the Promise of Life Everlasting - Part 2
The promise of life everlasting means that our death does not have to be our final failure, our final defeat in the struggle of life, our unavoidable fate. If our deepest human desire is, indeed, to give ourselves to others, then we can make our death our final gift...



   The schedule is subject to change
Reflections
by Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB
March 1 - Ash Wednesday:
It Took Forty Days
March 5 - 1st Sunday of Lent:
The Ways of the Desert
March 12 - 2nd Sunday of Lent:
Tabor and Golgotha
March 19 - 3rd Sunday of Lent:
Lord, Give Me This Water...
March 26 - 4th Sunday of Lent:
The Man Born Blind
April 2 - 5th Sunday of Lent:
Lord, If Only You Had Been There
April 9 - Palm Sunday:
Why this Week is Different
April 13 - Holy Thursday:
When We Eat this Bread...
April 14 - Holy Friday:
From the Cross...
April 15 - Holy Saturday:
The Beauty of the Resurrection
BLOGS
Good Friday is good?
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I went to the mall on Good Friday. I can barely own up to it. But I did. I had to run an errand and figured it was the only time I had. Perhaps the guilt came from doing something I never did as a kid on Good Friday. Growing up, we only left the ...read more

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Stations of the Cross at Colosseum & Pope’s closing prayer – Good Friday April 14, 2017
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Good Friday – Passion of the Lord Way of the Cross, Led by His Holiness Pope Francis Meditations by Anne-Marie Pelletier Introduction The hour has now come. Jesus’ journey along the dusty roads of Galilee and Judea, an endless encounter with afflicted bodies and hearts, a journey driven by h ...read more
The Cross, the Only Hope of the World
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On Good Friday at 5:00 p.m., Rome time in St. Peter’s Basilica, Pope Francis presided over the celebration of the Lord’s Passion. During the Liturgy of the Word, the Passion according to the Gospel of John was proclaimed. This was followed by the homily delivered by the Preacher of the Pap ...read more
Pope Francis’ Holy Thursday Homily at Paliano Prison
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Here is a Zenit translation of the text of the homily Pope Francis gave off-the-cuff after the proclamation of the Holy Gospel. ...read more
Pope Francis’ Homily at Holy Thursday Chrism Mass
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On Thursday, Pope Francis presided over the Chrism Mass, during which the sacred oils used for the Sacraments and Ordinations were blessed. In his homily for the Mass, the Holy Father spoke about the “joy of the Gospel”. ...read more
Like Alabaster Jars of Nard
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Easter Vigil – Saturday, April 15th, 2017 Genesis 1:1–2:2; Genesis 22:1-18; Exodus 14:15-15:1; Isaiah 54:5-14; Isaiah 55:1-11; Baruch 3:9-15, 32-4:4; Ezekiel 36:16-17a, 18-28; Romans 6:3-11; Mathew 28:1-10 The tragic story of Good Friday does not end with the death of Jesus. There is a seque ...read more
Jesus’ Resurrection: A Footprint Within History but Pointing Beyond
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Easter Sunday – April 16th, 2017 In reading the Resurrection chapters of the four gospels, the differences of the four accounts are very obvious. Not one of the evangelists recounts Jesus’ Resurrection itself. It is an event taking place within the mystery of God between Jesus and the Father ...read more
It is always amazing how Jesus speaks to us through the hearts of children. Watch The Good Shepherd and walk with Jesus, the Good Shepherd, from the Last Supper, his arrest, passion and crucifixion, with the help of the imagination and words of children. The Good Shepherd was made in partnership wit ...read more
Crucified not to condemn but to save: The Gift of Good Friday
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A reflection on the Passion of our Lord What do we celebrate on Good Friday? Why do we drag ourselves through the Passion year after year instead of skipping right ahead to the joy of the resurrection at Easter? Do we not know that Jesus is risen? Do we suffer from annual amnesia, reliving the same ...read more
Good Friday, Commemoration of the Lord’s Passion – April 14th, 2017 As we commemorate Good Friday for this year, I have chosen to share with you the following reflection on what Pope John Paul II taught us at the end of his life. I cannot recall Good Friday without remembering Saint John ...read more
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