Christmas Schedule


Christmas Eve Masses:
Friday, December 24th

     Blessed Sacrament - 4:00pm
     Our Lady of Lourdes - 6:00pm
     Blessed Sacrament - 8:00pm
     Blessed Sacrament - 12:00 Midnight

Christmas Day Masses:
Saturday, December 25th

     Blessed Sacrament - 8:00am
     Our Lady of Lourdes - 9:30am

New Year's Ever Masses:
Friday, December 31st

     Blessed Sacrament - 4:00pm
     Our Lady of Lourdes - 6:00pm

New Year's Day Masses:
Saturday, January 1st, 2022

     Blessed Sacrament - 8:00am
     Our Lady of Lourdes - 9:30am

What does Gaudete Sunday symbolize?

Gaudete Sunday is a counterpart to Laetare Sunday during Lent and provides a similar break about midway through a season which is otherwise of a penitential character, and signifies the nearness of the Lord's coming.

Gaudete is a bit hard to remember, but the derivation of the word is easy to recall. Gaudete means, Rejoice! Gaudete Sunday marks the mid-point of Advent. During the first two weeks of Advent the tone is more penitential and the lessons focus on being prepared for the return of Jesus.

Why is there one pink candle on the Advent wreath? It is called the “Shepard's Candle,” and is pink because rose is a liturgical color for joy. The third Sunday of Advent is Gaudete Sunday and is meant to remind us of the joy that the world experienced at the birth of Jesus, as well as the joy that the faithful have reached the midpoint of Advent.

Why rose colored vestments? Rose vestments are only worn twice in the liturgical year: during the third Sunday of Advent, and the fourth Sunday of Lent. These colors are worn on these days to show the joy and love in Christ.

Mass Times

Blessed Sacrament
Sunday: 8:00am & 11:00am
Saturday: 8:00am & 4:30pm
Weekdays: 8:00am

Our Lady of Lourdes
Sunday: 9:30am

Blessed Sacrament
Saturday: 3:30 - 4:25pm
or by appointment




There are no upcoming scheduled events.

Office Hours

Monday thru Friday
8:30am - 3:30pm