After the 7am & 9am masses until heard

7pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper
Blessed Sacrament in Repository in Social Hall until 10:00pm

GOOD FRIDAY, April 7, Passion of the Lord:
Blessed Sacrament in Repository 10am – 11:55am in the Social Hall
Seven Last Words of Christ, Noon to 2:30pm

Father Forgive Them”  Noon – Father Dan Rogaczewski
This Day you Will Be With Me”  12:25pm – Msgr. James Fennessy
Behold Your Mother”  12:50pm – Msgr. Hugh Marren
My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me”  1:15pm – Deacon Rick Medina
I Am Thirsty”  1:40pm – Deacon Alan Sims
It Is Finished”  2:05pm – Deacon Rick Medina
Into Your Hands”  2:30pm – Deacon Alan Sims

Stations of the Cross, 3:00pm – Deacon Rick Medina & Deacon Alan Sims
Liturgy of the Passion / Death of Our Lord, 7pm

No confessions; No 4:30pm or 5:30pm Vigil Masses
Easter Vigil – 8:00pm
This is a 2-hour Eucharistic Liturgy, which starts outside and includes Lighting of New Fire, the Blessing of the Paschal Candle, Blessing of Holy Water & the Baptism / Reception of Candidates, Confirmation & First Eucharist for those being received into the Church.

7:00am – Outside Church, weather permitting
8:45am – Church
10:30am – Gym
10:30am – Church
12:15pm – Church
NO 5pm Mass


Divine Mercy

Divine Mercy Sunday Prayer Service, April 16th at 1:30pm, following the 12:15pm Mass. We invite all families to join in this day of extraordinary grace and promise! On this day, Jesus told St. Faustina, “The soul that will go to Confession and receive Holy Communion shall obtain complete forgiveness of sins and punishment…On that day, the very depths of My tender mercy are opened. I pour out a whole ocean of graces upon those souls who approach the fount of my mercy” (Diary, 699). This is an extraordinary promise because normally when we go to Confession, the eternal  punishment due to sin (hell) is removed, but the temporal punishment due to sin (purgatory) may still remain.  The extraordinary graces of Divine Mercy Sunday, however, remove ALL sins and punishment when we accept the Lord’s invitation to heed the following: 

  • Profess a valid Confession during Lent or before DM Sunday 
  • Worthily receive Holy Communion on DM Sunday or Saturday Vigil 
  • Venerate the Image of Divine Mercy 
  • Repent and commit to amending our lives 
  • Be merciful to others through word, deed and prayer 

The All Saints Divine Mercy Prayer Service will include:

  • † Reflections on the Diary of St. Faustina by Fr. Adam Ozimek & Msgr. Marren
  • † Litany of Divine Mercy led by Deacon Rick
  • † Veneration of the Divine Mercy Image
  • † Chaplet of Divine Mercy

During this special Prayer Service, let us especially remember all of our brothers and sisters who are suffering for the faith, a faith that puts Jesus first in their lives, as they worship Him in love and trust.


Prepare to receive the extraordinary graces of Divine Mercy Sunday by praying the DIVINE MERCY NOVENA!  Jesus asked that Divine Mercy Sunday, the Sunday after Easter, be preceded by a Novena of Chaplets beginning on Good Friday. The Chaplet should be offered each day for the days intention specified by Jesus (see brochures in Church vestibule or go to www.the divinemercy.org). The Novena can be prayed individually or in community.

All Saints will be praying the Divine Mercy Novena daily, beginning on Good Friday, April 15th, at the times and locations listed below. Please join in this powerful time of prayer!  Jesus promised, “By this novena (of chaplets), I will grant every possible grace to souls” (Diary, 796).

Good Friday – 11:45am in the Church
Holy Saturday – 12:00pm in the Church
Easter Sunday – Following 10:30am Mass
Easter Monday-Friday – Following 7am and 9:00am Masses
Easter Saturday – Following the 8:30am Mass