In addition to our weekend Masses, all weekday Masses at the Collaborative will also be available via live stream beginning Thursday, April 15! Just click the St. John Live Stream link or the St. Paul Live Stream link at the appropriate time to join with us live: MONDAY – WEDNESDAY
As we begin the process of transitioning to a more “normal” weekend Mass experience, we are in great need of parishioners who can step up as greeters and ushers at our weekend Masses. Your job will be simple – just arrive a few minutes early for Mass so you can welcome parishioners as they enter the church and help with any questions about seating and Mass protocols for newcomers. You can help occasionally or on a regular basis – whatever works for you.
As you know, since resuming in-person Masses last June, our Collaborative has required advance reservations for weekend Masses. Advance reservations allowed us to ensure compliance with state and Archdiocesan guidelines regarding capacity, social distancing, and contact tracing, and to reduce risk as much as possible for our parishioners, clergy and staff as we began to gather together again…
Discernment is an intentional attitude for making important decisions in our lives. It is more than making a choice or a pro-con list; it calls upon the Spirit of God for guidance. This program will invite us to listen for the ‘still small voice’ of Wisdom in discerning our last vocations as carefully as we listened for discerning our first.
Dr. Melanie-Préjean Sullivan retired from university ministry in 2018, after more than 30 years in secondary and higher educational settings…
Recordings of our previously streamed liturgies for the Triduum and Easter Sunday are now available on our Previously Recorded Liturgies page – CLICK HERE TO WATCH. Recordings of past live streams are also available on our YouTube Channel on the Past Live Streams tab.
My dear friends in Christ,
Jesus’ disciples were feeling utterly destitute. How would they go on without him? In Mark’s account, Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, and Salome had been there as their beloved Jesus was crucified. These same women made their way to the tomb early in the morning on the third day. As the approached the tomb, they saw that the stone had been rolled back. What could this mean? They had come only to be near his body. They had seen him die an anguished death. Could the angel’s words be true? Could they dare to hope?
Please click here for the live stream of the Good Friday Stations of the cross, along with a slide show of the stations themselves: Good Friday Stations of the Cross