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LIVE STREAM MASS WITH FR. RON SUNDAY, MARCH 29TH 11AM FROM OLMC DAILY MASS CHAPEL

SPANISH MASS WITH FR. GUSTAVO, SUNDAY, MARCH 29TH 3PM FROM OLMC DAILY MASS CHAPEL

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Holy Week in Time of Covid 19

The following has been prepared by the Office of Divine Worship of the Archdiocese of Newark for Holy Week in accordance with the Decree issued by the Congregation for Divine Worship, “In time of Covid-19” protocol number 153/20.

Church Year
The Church Year with its sacred liturgies is the basis of our spirituality as Catholic Christians, with the Eucharist as the “source and summit” of the Christian life. Sadly, the current crisis which has suspended liturgical services, will now be disrupting Holy Week. It should be noted that the following temporary measures are for 2020 ONLY. The adaptations provided by the Holy See, by way of exception for this difficult period, are not meant to establish a future precedent.

Lent and the Time Leading Up to Holy Week

Church Visitation
With the closing of all churches, church buildings should be locked. No public celebrations of the liturgy, devotions or exposition of the Blessed Sacrament may be held.

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AT THE DIRECTION OF THE ARCHDIOCESE: ALL CHURCHES ARE TO REMAIN CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, EFFECTIVE 3/26/20.

Dear Friends

Dear Friends,
It’s Saturday, March 21st.  It was only two weeks ago yesterday that I returned from the hills (mountains, if you like) of Vermont.  And it’s a totally different world, to which we all have to adjust.  That adjustment, it seems, is about to get even more radical in the coming week, perhaps as early as today.  First and foremost, in all of this, I pray for those who have been stricken by the coronavirus, those who have died from it and their families and friends.  I pray for the healthcare workers, ,those who put their lives out in front, knowing that their own health is at risk, even with whatever protection is or might be available.  I pray for all of us, not just for our safety but for the “wholeness” of our hearts, to keep strong, confident, trusting in the Lord’s love for us, as He holds us gently in the palm of His hands. 

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