The church season of Lent begins with Ash Wednesday and continues until Easter Sunday. Lent offers us each the opportunity for reflection and reconciliation as we journey towards the Resurrection on Easter morning. We invite you take part in the many opportunies to grow in faith together this season.
The Light is ON for You!
Every Monday evening during Lent each parish throughout the Diocese of Scranton will have their "lights on" from 5:30 to 7PM for confessions, so that Catholics can come to or return to this incredible source of God's grace, mercy and healing.
Stations of the Cross
Stations of the Cross will be held every Friday at 6PM. An online version of Stations of the Cross for Lenten reflection may be found by using the menu above or clicking here.
Little Black Book
Little Black Book
The Little Black Book has been donated again this year for those who would like to use it. The Little Black Book offers a series of short reflections from the Gospel of Luke. Please take one per family.
Adult Faith Formation
Beginning Sunday February 22nd and continuing for every Sunday during Lent, we will have an Adult Faith Formation program at 6PM in the church hall. For this scripture study we will use a video series entitled "Reasons for Our Hope".
The Road to Resurrection
You are invited to participate in the Deanery Lenten Retreat. Join in this special Lenten celebration of Mass with homilies by Rev. Thomas Looney, C.S.C. Father Looney is the Director of Campus Ministry at Kings College in Wilkes-Barre. Priests will also be available each evening folllowing service to hear Confession. The schedule for The Road to Resurrection is as follows:
Monday March 16 7PM Holy Rosary Parish (240 S. Poplar Street, Hazleton)
Tuesday March 17 7PM Holy Name of Jesus Parish (213 W Green Street, West Hazleton)
Wednesday March 18 7PM Most Precious Blood Parish (131 E. 4th Street, Hazleton)
Thursday March 19 7PM Sts. Cyril and Methodius Parish (604 N Laurel Street, Hazleton)
New Materials from Lighthouse Catholic Media
New material are now being featured in the kiosk in the vestibule of the church. You can now find CDs which include sermons, Lenten reflections and also music.