Stations of the Cross, Reconciliation & Fish Fry Fridays

A pilgrimage is a journey that people of faith take to a holy place or a place of religious significance.  A pilgrimage is not purposeless wandering. It is a journey with a higher purpose and that purpose is to honor God. 

Not all pilgrimages need to involve long distance travel.  We are making a pilgrimage this Lent to all three of our churches as we pray the Stations of the Cross. We begin at St. Mary for the first two weeks of Lent, then continue the journey the next two weeks at St. Joseph, and end the last two weeks at St. Charles.

In the past going on a pilgrimage involved great hardship because of distance, weather, and unknown territories.  There were no comforts along the way. Maybe we are not used to attending one of our other churches, but it will be a fruitful sacrifice and wonderful way to honor Jesus. 

Join us on this pilgrimage to Triduum at St. Charles! 

Additional Reconciliation Opportunities

Fri., Feb. 23rd at St. Mary ~ 6:00-7:30 pm
More dates pending
The Light is ON for You
Thurs., March 14th– 5-8pm at St. Charles
The Light is ON for You is an evening of penance available at most parishes in the Diocese.

Fish Fry Fridays