Holy Week 2021

The “Easter Triduum”
(Latin: three days)

This is the most ancient and central celebration of the Church’s liturgical year. The three-day celebration begins with Jesus’ Last Supper with his disciples (Holy Thursday), his crucifixion and death (Good Friday), and his resurrection (Easter Vigil and Easter Day).

The Triduum is a commemoration of Jesus’ death and resurrection into new life. We celebrate what we believe: that Christ by dying destroyed our death, and by rising, he restored our life. This liturgical season is celebrated as one great feast, the solemn celebration of the Church year.

The Triduum celebrates our participation as parish communities in God’s saving action as we pass from death to new life in Christ.

Please join us for mass!


Holy Thursday: April 1

Solemn Mass of the Lord’s Supper
7:00 pm at St. Augustine
This is a day of fasting & abstinence for all Catholics.

Liturgy of the Word
Liturgy of the Eucharist
Transfer of the Eucharist
There will be a time of prayer before the Holy Eucharist

Good Friday: April 2

2:45 pm at St. Edward

Walking Stations:
3:00 pm St. Edward to St. Augustine

We will be meditating on Jesus’ passion while walking to St. Augustine, where all are welcome to stay for service.

The Celebration of the Passion of the Lord
4:30 pm Mass at St. Augustine

The Liturgy of the Word
Intercession for the World
The Veneration of the Cross
Holy Communion

Holy Saturday: April 3

Solemn Vigil Mass of Easter
8:00 pm at St. Augustine

The Service of Light
The Liturgy of the Word
The Liturgy of Initiation
The Liturgy of the Eucharist

Easter Sunday: April 4

Easter Sunday Mass
8:30 am at St. Edward
10:30 am at St. Augustine

Easter Sunday Mass will be televised on KSMQ.