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Lent at Christ the King Church
As you walk with Christ on your Lenten journey, consider taking part in the following traditions at Christ the King Church:
Weekend Masses are Saturday at 5pm and Sunday at 8am and 10:30am.
Daily Mass is celebrated Monday through Friday at 8:00 am. An hour of Eucharist Adoration takes place just prior, starting at 6:30 am. Both Adoration and Mass are live-streamed on Zoom. Click here for the link to join. Eucharistic Adoration also takes place in the church on Friday mornings after the morning mass, from 9am to Noon (occasionally pre-empted by a funeral or other reason; check homepage for updates).
During Lent we also have a Thursday evening Mass, which is followed by a potluck Soup & Bread Supper.
Stations of the Cross:
We pray the Stations of the Cross on Friday evenings at 7:00 pm, followed by confessions.
A special healing Mass will be offered on Sunday, March 10 at 2:00 pm. Anyone of any age who is in need of physical, spiritual, or mental healing is encouraged to receive the anointing. Christ the King Singers will lead the music for this Mass, which does fulfill the Sunday obligation.
Devotions and Meditations:
Copies of The Little Black Book are available in the Narthex to take home. This pocket-sized edition of brief meditations on the Sunday Lenten Gospels offers reflections and explanations, along with quotes, timely thoughts, and interesting bits of information that help us understand our faith.
Rice Bowls from Catholic Relief Services are available in the Narthex. This Lenten program of almsgiving provides funds to help Catholic Relief Services feed people around the world and in our own diocese. Take one home and add your offerings to it during Lent. Towards the end of Lent, bring the bowl with your offerings to church for collection and distribution to Catholic Relief Services.
Lenten Devotional Chapel:
A brief slideshow of images of Christ the King Church, set to the music of Christ the King Singers, provides a contemplative accompaniment to your Lenten journey. Visit the Lenten Devotional Chapel.
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