Easter Mass Schedule 2024

The three women on the tomb of Christ

“He is not here.”

“The three women at the tomb of Christ” (1843) by Irma Martin - Invaluable, Public Domain

Easter Vigil / Easter Sunday Schedule 2024

Easter Vigil on Holy Saturday — March 30

  • 8:00 pm — Bilingual Easter Vigil

Easter Sunday Mass — March 31

  • 8:30 am — English Mass

Happy Easter!

Happy Easter! Or as most other languages prefer: Blessed Pasch–Passover! Pasqua, Pascua, Páscoa, Pâques! Israel’s Passover through the Red Sea to the Promised Land! Jesus’ Passover through the Cross to resurrection! Our catechumens’ Passover last night, and ours once upon a time, through Baptism’s waters to our family’s Eucharist! Welcome, everybody!

As someone once said of the Catholic Church, “Here comes everybody!” So in this Jubilee of Mercy, we make our own Saint John Chrysostom’s Easter welcome from fourteen hundred years ago:

An Easter welcome by Saint John Chrysostom
(c. 347 – 14 September 407)

“Let everyone enjoy this radiant feast! You who fasted from Lent’s beginning, and you who didn’t fast at all, rejoice! The table’s richly set! Come, take from it, everybody, no worries, no embarrassment! All of you, taste the banquet of faith! Enjoy the feast of forgiveness! Let no one grieve for having sinned again and again: pardon has risen from the tomb!”

Happy Easter! ¡Felices Pascuas!
Welcome, everyone!