Tuesday, March 4
Mass at 5:30 pm followed by supper
Masses at 12:10 noon, 5:45 pm, 7:15 pm
Distribution of ashes will take place at Masses only
Tuesdays at 5:30 pm
Wednesdays at 6:00 pm
Thursdays at 12:10 pm
Friday mornings at 6:30 am
Light Is On For You
Reconciliation on Wednesdays through Lent following 6:00 pm Mass, from 6:30-8:00 pm, Bellarmine Room, starting on Wednesday, March 12.
Feeling a little rusty about this sacrament? The Archdiocese of Boston's "Light Is On For You" website has some answers to your questions.
Feeling a little anxious about it? Take Pope Francis' advice and "Be courageous...go to confession!"
See the bulletin or the homepage for full dinner details
Fish Bake: Friday, March 14
Fish Bake: Friday, March 28
Fish Fry: “Fryday,” April 11
Begins the first weekend of Lent and runs through Palm Sunday. Find details and the full list of charities by clicking on the document link to the left.
Catholic Relief Services Rice Bowl
A Lenten tradition—pick up a rice bowl in the vestibule and return it with your contributions on Holy Thursday. Go to the CRS Rice Bowl website to sign up for weekly email reflections and find information about this year's new addition—the Operation Rice Bowl app.
Little Black Books
Once again the Little Black Books will be available in the vestibule. These booklets include a daily story and scripture reflection and are a great way to spend a "little" time with God each day through Lent. There is also an eBook version available.
Look for the basket in the vestibule with a variety of resources to help foster family activities during Lent.
Stations of the Cross
Praying the Stations of the Cross–alone or with a group–is a Lenten tradition. At St. Robert's, the stations can be found around the inside of the church and also along the rectory driveway. Click here for a printable prayer sheet for the Stations. Or here for some other options.