Schedule of Mass Times for Lent, Holy Week and Easter
Fridays of Lent (from February 16 through March 23)
Men's Club Fish Fry
4:30 to 7:00 PM in Brioschi Hall (Please use the Flandreau St. entrance)
The “All-You-Can-Eat” menu offers fried or baked cod, coleslaw, steamed mixed vegetables, macaroni and cheese, au gratin potatoes or seasoned fries, rolls and butter, coffee, water, and chocolate or vanilla pudding. Milk, bottled water and assorted pop extra. Raffle and baked goods sale. Take-out will be available!
Adults (12 and up): $12.00 ǀ Children (6-11): $5.00 ǀ Children 5 and under: FREE
Proceeds go to purchase equipment, uniforms, and supplies for our school Physical Education program and extracurricular sports activities, plus other parish/school needs.
Women's Club Bake Sale
4:30 to 7:00 PM in Brioschi Hall
Home-baked goods for sale during the Fish Fry. Enjoy with your meal or take it home for later.
Stations of the Cross
7:00 PM in the church
Adult Faith Formation Programs
How to Read the Bible as a Catholic—with Deacon Richard Moore
Monday, March 5 in Brioschi Hall. Once from 10:00 AM - 12 Noon AND from 7:00-9:00 PM—Choose the time that works for you!
Catholics of the world were encouraged by the bishops at Vatican II to read the Bible. "The sacred synod also earnestly and especially urges all the Christian faithful...to learn by frequent reading of the divine Scriptures the ‘excellent knowledge of Jesus Christ’ (Phil. 3:8). For ignorance of the Scriptures is ignorance of Christ." (Dei Verbum) So how do we go about reading the Bible? What Bible should I get? Is the Bible myth or history? What books are in the Bible? Old Testament, New Testament? Why are there more books in a Catholic Bible? We will explore these questions and more along with methods the Catholic Church uses to understand and interpret the Holy Word of God.
Celebration of a Jewish Seder with Rabbi Barry Cytron
Monday, March 26 from 7:00-9:00 PM in Brioschi Hall
Plan to join us for this special evening! Reservations are required...make yours here.
CRS Rice Bowl Helps Us Encounter Lent
We are called to love our neighbor. But, like the scholar in the scripture passage, we may find ourselves wondering, “Who is my neighbor?” This Lent, CRS Rice Bowl—Catholic Relief Services’ Lenten faith-in-action program, will help us answer that question.
At the urging of our Archbishop, Bernard Hebda, St. Pascal's has joined nearly 14,000 faith communities in 180 dioceses around the U.S. in prayer, fasting and alms-giving this Lent. Together, we will serve our brothers and sisters most in need around the world while forming families and faith communities in global solidarity. Take action to build the culture of encounter as missionary disciples with Catholic Relief Services (CRS) this Lent.
How to Practice Lent: Video Reflections
Brittany’s Place Collection
Social Justice and Caring Committee Lenten Project 2018
Brittany’s Place is a shelter located on the east side of St. Paul that helps teenagers who are victims of sex trafficking. During the fish fry each Friday of Lent, the Social Justice and Caring Committee will be collecting supplies for this organization. See the supply list here.