f0ede16630cc1c137ecda568e9725642It begins! Fast (1 full meal & 2 smaller meals not equal to a full one), abstain (no meat), and receive ashes today! Fasting can be challenging and some feel called to fast with no food at all or no food/only sips of water. Check out 5 reasons to LOVE fasting! All are welcome to receive ashes. When someone asks you about that “spot” on your forehead, direct them to this 2-minute video explaining Ash Wednesday & Lent! See it here.

  • 7am @ St. Mary’s Downtown
  • 7am @ Prince of Peace (Low Mass)
  • 7am @ St. Mary Magdalene
  • 7:30am @ Blessed Trinity (English)
  • 8am @ Furman in the Daniel Chapel
  • 8:30am @ Our Lady of the Rosary (school Mass)
  • 8:30am @ Prince of Peace (school Mass)
  • 8:30am @ St. Mary Magdalene
  • 9am @ Blessed Trinity (English)
  • 12/noon @ St. Mary’s Downtown
  • 12/noon @ Prince of Peace (EF)
  • 12:10pm @ St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
  • 12:15pm @ St. Mary Magdalene
  • 5:00pm @ St. Mary Magdalene
  • 5:30pm @ Blessed Trinity (English)
  • 6pm @ Our Lady of the Rosary
  • 6pm @ Prince of Peace (Sung)
  • 6:30pm @ St. Mary Magdalene
  • 7pm @ St. Mary’s Downtown (Solemn in the church, Spanish in the gym)
  • 7pm @ St. Anthony of Padua
  • 7pm @ St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
  • 7:30pm @ Blessed Trinity (English)
  • 8pm @ Prince of Peace (Spanish)
  • 8pm @ Our Lady of the Rosary (Vietnamese)
  • 8:30pm @ St. Mary Magdalene (Spanish)

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