Newsletter HOLY WEEK
Friday, March 27
6:30-8:00 PM– Childen’s Story Hour
7PM- Stations of the Cross in Church. All are Welcome.
5:30-6:30 Living Stations Practice
Holy Week Events:
Wednesday, Apr 1st:
St. Bridget Church Supper – 6:00pm (space provided by East Falls Presbyterian Church);
7:30pm in Saint Bridget Church Living Stations presented by our parish youth
Holy Thurs, Apr 2nd : Mass at 7:00 PM
Good Friday, Apr 3rd : Service at 3:00 PM
Holy Saturday, Apr 4th : Easter Vigil Mass at 7:00 PM
Easter Sunday, Apr 5th :
Mass at 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM – Children can enjoy the Easter Egg Hunt after the 11 AM Mass!
There is an opportunity for service in the parish. It is our custom during Holy Week to deliver a lily with a nice prayer to any parishioner who has lost a loved one during the year. This lily could be delivered anytime on Holy Thursday, Good Friday, or Holy Saturday, even Easter Sunday. If your family would be interested to doing this, please contact Sister Margaret, and we can arrange for the pickup. Perhaps you even know a parishioner on your street who has lost a loved one this year.
PARISH LENTEN OUTREACH
Click to download our Lenten Outreach File:
This year we are supporting Shriner’s Hospital and Saint Francis Inn
Details can be found by downloading the flyer:
Saint Bridget Wear
We are currently taking orders for St. Bridget Gear, please download the form here:
Ideas for increased FASTING:
Lenten suggestions to add more prayer time:
Share Jesus this Lent. Join in the biggest social media event for the Catholic Church by adding your email to this site, you will receive a daily email during Lent.
St. Bridget Parish does not have a parish elementary school; parents may send their children to any Archdiocesan elementary school which meets their needs. To support our families that wish a Catholic Education for their children, St. Bridget Parish partners with “Fully Participating Parishioners” in the form of a Parish Tuition Scholarship of up to $1,000 per child towards education at any Archdiocesan elementary school. A “Fully Participating Parishioner” (as defined by the Office for Catholic Education) is a Catholic who attends Sunday Mass weekly and who also weekly supports the parish financially.
Parents of children entering Kindergarten or new to Catholic School please call the Business Office if you have any questions and to find out your scholarship amount