Sunday 1030 am Mass
On the night before he died for us, our Lord Jesus took bread. He broke it. He blessed it. Then he shared it with his friends and said, “Take this and eat. Every time you do this, I am present with you.” Jesus did the same thing with the wine. He tells us to “do this” – to break bread together. He invites us to do this. He compels us. Love compels us. And so this is what we do. We share in this wonderful, mysterious meal so as to encounter Jesus anew. We do it every Sunday.
10:30 is our large, family Mass. We have music and acolytes and processions. Every Sunday is a celebration, and we fill our space with life and song and the proclamation of the Word. It’s a time to give thanks and to encounter God through Scripture, preaching, Holy Communion, and fellowship with one another.
Sunday 830 am Mass
For those who like to rise earlier, we also offer an 8:30 Mass. It’s more contemplative, lightly attended, with no music and less ceremony. It’s perfect for those who like the quiet, or who prefer to have some solitude, or who simply have things to get to on Sunday morning.
A brief, weekday Mass is celebrated Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 12:15 p.m. in the chapel (St. Cyprian’s Chapel). There’s no music or preaching. We’re done before 12:45.