Holy Day of Obligation Mass Schedule


~ PALM SUNDAY March 28, 2021 ~

Regular Mass Schedule

~ HOLY THURSDAY April 1, 2021 ~

No Morning Mass

Bilingual Mass of the Lord’s Supper

~ 7:00pm ~ St. Michael

~ Adoration at St. Michael ~

Ending at 12:00 Midnight

No car procession

~ GOOD FRIDAY April 2, 2021 ~

No Morning Mass

12 Noon Stations of the Cross followed by

Passion of Christ (in Spanish) ~ Our Lady of Victories

2:30 Stations of the Cross and

3:00pm Passion of Christ (in English) ~ St. Michael

~ Viewing of Jesus (bilingual) ~

7:00pm-midnight ~ St. Michael

Includes Stations of the Cross and Confessions

Please note there will be no kneeling or

touching of the statue - standing only

~ HOLY SATURDAY April 3, 2021 ~

No Morning Mass

12:00pm ~ Blessing of Easter Baskets ~ St. Michael

8:00pm ~ Easter Vigil (bilingual) ~ St. Michael

~ EASTER SUNDAY April 4, 2021 ~

8:00am ~ St. Michael

10:00am ~ St. Michael

12:00pm (sp) ~ St. Michael

No 4:00pm Mass

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13 May 2021 – The Solemnity of the Ascension of Our Lord is celebrated on the Thursday following the Sixth Sunday of Easter, with the possibility of Vigil Masses on Wednesday evening.

15 August 2021 – The Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary is celebrated on Sunday, taking precedence over the Sunday in Ordinary time.

1 November 2021 – The Solemnity of All Saints is celebrated on Monday. When this Solemnity occurs on a Saturday or a Monday, it remains a Solemnity, but the obligation to participate in Mass is removed.

8 December 2021 – The Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary (National and Diocesan Patronal Feast)  is celebrated on Wednesday with the possibility of anticipated Masses on Tuesday evening.

25 December 2021 – The Solemnity of the Nativity of Our Lord is celebrated on Saturday with the possibility of anticipated Masses on Friday evening.

1 January 2022 – The Solemnity of Mary, Holy Mother of God is celebrated on Saturday with the possibility of anticipated Masses on Friday evening.



On January 26, 2021, a CDWDS Decree indicated that July 29—the Obligatory Memorial of Saint Martha—will hereafter include her sister and brother, Saints Mary and Lazarus. (They had already been included on this date in the 2004 Roman Martyrology.)  Moreover, in some particular calendars, the three are already celebrated together.


“Therefore, the Supreme Pontiff, Pope FRANCIS, considering the important evangelical witness they offered in welcoming the Lord Jesus into their home, in listening to him attentively, in believing that he is the resurrection and the life, and accepting the proposal of this dicastery, has decreed that 29 July be designated in the General Roman Calendar as the memorial of Saints Martha, Mary, and Lazarus” (Prot. N. 35/21).


The Memorial should appear under this title in all calendars and Liturgical Books for the celebration of Mass and the Liturgy of the Hours.  New prayers have been issued but must be translated by the various episcopal conferences worldwide.



In addition, a February 2, 2021 Decree by the same Congregation announced that the following are to be inscribed in the General Roman Calendar as Optional Memorials:

  • St. Gregory of Narek, Abbot and Doctor of the Church (27 February)
  • St. John De Avila, Priest and Doctor of the Church (10 May)
  • and St. Hildegard of Bingen, Virgin and Doctor of the Church (17 September).