Holy Week Liturgy and Mass Streaming Schedule
April 5: PALM SUNDAY
Saturday Vigil Mass: 4:00 pm
Sunday Mass: 10:00 am
Blessed palms will be available for pick up Saturday after 4 PM mass.
April 9: HOLY THURSDAY
Mass of the Lord’s Supper: 6:00 pm
Jesus said to Peter, “Simon, are you asleep? Could you not keep watch for one hour? Watch and pray that you may not undergo the test.” (Mk 14: 37b-38a)
While there is no organized Eucharistic Adoration due to the Corona-virus restrictions, we encourage prayer and adoration of our Lord at home. Please sign up below to help our region cover every hour of the night. Will you keep watch for just 1 hour?
***Church doors will close at 5 pm on Holy Thursday and will NOT reopen till Easter Morning at 11:00 am.
April 10: GOOD FRIDAY
Divine Mercy Chaplet: 2:30 pm
Friday of the Passion of Our Lord: 3:00 pm
April 11: EASTER VIGIL – 7:00 pm
April 12: EASTER MORNING – 10:00 am
Announcements & News
Archbishop Schnurr and the Ohio Bishops Conference announced on Monday March 16 that effective immediately, all parishes are to cease the public celebration of all Masses and liturgies. A dispensation from the Sunday obligation has been granted through Easter Sunday. There is no doubt that this decision was not taken lightly and speaks to the seriousness of the current COVID-19, Corona-virus outbreak. My heart breaks at the thought of not celebrating Holy Week and Easter together. However, I am writing to let you know how we are going to attempt to meet your spiritual needs during this trying period.
Holy Mass will be live streamed each day on the Saints Peter and Paul Facebook account from Mary Our Mother Chapel in the Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Parish Center.
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Sacrament of Reconciliation
The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart in the Sacristy on Thursday evenings following the 6:00 pm Mass and Saturday mornings following the 8:30 am Mass.
177 Siebenthaler Avenue
Reading, OH 45215
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Parish seeks to enrich and inspire a vibrant Catholic faith community by gathering to celebrate the Eucharist and working together to fulfill the spiritual needs of our Parish family. Proud of our heritage and responsible tradition, we call upon the goodness and generosity of all our members to live out the Catholic faith with love and respect for all God’s creation.
330 West Vine Street
Reading, OH 45215
The parish mission takes its origin from Jesus’ mission who was … to bring good news to the poor. …to proclaim release to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to let the oppressed go free, to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor. (Luke 4: 18-19) Our parish has defined this for us in our “Mission Statement”: They devoted themselves to the teaching of the Apostles and to the communal life, to the breaking of the bread and the prayers. (Acts 2:42)
The weekly bulletins for the Collaborative Pastoral Region are available here.