Sunday, April 11 – Divine Mercy Chaplet
3:00 PM in the Parish Activity Center
Sunday Mass Schedule – Phase III Re-opening
Saturday: 5:30 PM (Vigil Mass – English)
Sunday (English): 7:30 AM, 9:30, 11:30 AM, 5:30 PM
Sunday (español): 1:30 PM, 3:30, 7:00 PM
All Saints will continue livestreaming Mass each Sunday on our Parish Facebook page and Parish YouTube channel. A recording of these Masses will also be posted on the Sunday Mass page of our website after the initial livestream.
- English Mass – Sunday at 11:30 AM
- Spanish Mass – Sunday at 1:30 PM
Daily Mass Schedule
Monday – Friday: 7:00 & 8:30 AM
Saturday: 8:00 AM
(Reservations are not needed to attend daily Mass.)
“Every baptized person has received the vocation to proclaim — to proclaim something to proclaim Jesus — the vocation and mission to evangelize: to proclaim Jesus.”
Divine Mercy Devotion – Sunday at 3:00 PM
Come to the parish’s celebration of Divine Mercy Sunday (April 11) at 3:00 PM in the Parish Activities Center. There will be exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, followed by singing of the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, and Benediction. Those attending may gain a plenary indulgence (remission of all temporal punishment due to sin) if they meet the other usual conditions for obtaining an indulgence. Jesus, I trust in you. This devotion will also be livestreamed on Facebook Live and YouTube.
The Easter Season
The Easter season begins on Easter Sunday and continues to Pentecost Sunday. During these fifty days, Christians celebrate the Resurrection of the Lord with joy and exultation as one great Sunday. The first eight days of the Easter season are celebrated as the Octave of Easter. This octave, in many ways, treats every day of the octave as Easter Sunday itself. At Mass, the priest prays in Preface I of Easter, in reference to the resurrection of Christ, that it is our duty at all times to acclaim the Lord but especially on this day when Christ our Passover has been sacrificed. Likewise in the First Eucharistic Prayer, which is the Roman Canon, the priest speaks of how the Church is celebrating the most sacred day of the Resurrection of our Lord in the flesh. Finally, the dismissal at the end of Mass concludes with a double Alleluia every day of the octave. At this time, the deacon or priest dismisses the assembly with the usual words, but after the dismissal adds alleluia, alleluia as a sign of the great joy of the Church as she celebrates the Resurrection of the Lord.
Finally, from the solemnity of the Ascension until Pentecost, almost all of the collects at the beginning of Mass pray for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon the Church. Then at Pentecost itself, as the Church celebrates the sending of the Holy Spirit, the priest prays that the gifts of the Holy Spirit may be poured out upon the whole world so that the hearts of believers may be filled with the divine grace that was at work at the first proclamation of the Gospel.
Source: Rev. Kurt Belsole, OSB, Saint Vincent Archabbey, Latrobe, PA. liftupyourhearts.church
5 Car Raffle - April 24
Cars Provided by Joyce Koons of Manassas
Get your tickets now for All Saints 5 Car Raffle on Saturday, April 24, 2021. One $5.00 ticket gives you a chance to win all 25 prizes, including:
- 2021 Honda Odyssey Van
- 2021 Honda CRV SUV
- 2021 GMC Canyon Truck
- 2021 Buick Encore
- 2021 Honda Civic
- Plus 20 cash drawings totaling $20,000
Tickets are available at the All Saints Parish Office and must be purchased by Friday, April 23. The parish office is open Monday – Friday from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM (closed 12:00 – 1:00 PM).
Week of April 11
There are less than 2 weeks left until the 5 Car Raffle on April 24. Please plan to purchase or sell your tickets and return them to All Saints as soon as possible. Early returns will assist in even volumes for processing. As nice as it is to have a “burst” towards the deadline, it is even better for our volunteers who are counting and processing tickets to have most of the returns before the last couple of weeks.
Many thanks to those who have already purchased or sold their tickets and to those who have picked up additional tickets.
See the link below for photos of this year’s vehicles!
Learn More About Becoming Catholic
If you or someone you know would like to learn more about the Catholic Faith and how one becomes a Catholic, please contact Samantha Welsh, All Saints Director of Religious Education, to learn about the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA). This is how we make disciples of the Lord.
Welcome to All Saints Catholic Church
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All Saints Catholic Church is an ever-changing and evolving community, steeped in a rich history and diverse culture. We are dedicated, hard-working families and individuals from virtually every walk of life.
We are disciples of the Lord Jesus. By virtue of our baptism, we live our Catholic faith and are God’s voice calling out to others. We celebrate the Eucharist and Sacraments, live out the scriptures in service to our neighbors, and are faithful to Church teachings.
We are called to keep our faith vibrant and to pass on the faith for all generations to come, that we may bring others closer to Christ and continue building the kingdom of God.
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