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Vacation Bible School Information

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Alaska Catholic Youth Conference 2016!

ACYC is right around the corner! Early bird registration is going on now. Click here to register...don't foget to pick up a permission slip at the parish too or print it off here and return it to Kayla!

 

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Celebrate Divine Mercy!

 

Sunday, April 3rd, there will be a holy hour at Sacred Heart Cathedral to thank God for the mercy He has shown us in the redemptive work of His Son. It is the solemnity of Divine Mercy. The holy hour will feature a presentation, adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, and Divine Mercy prayers. Following Our Lord’s promise of complete remission of sin and punishment for those who honor Him this day, the Church offers a plenary indulgence under the customary conditions. For those who wish to prepare for this solemnity by praying the Divine Mercy novena, which begins on Good Friday, leaflets are available at area parish churches. 

Want to know more about the Divine Mercy?

The Shrine of Divine Mercy of the Marians of the Immaculate Conception

EWTN on the Divine Mercy

Pray the Divine Mercy

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Holy Week/Triduum Schedule

As we enter into the most sacred time of the Christian year, we are challenged to withdraw from the world and spend more time with Our Lord as we meditate and pray over the events of salvation history...events that changed the course of the human race for ever. Our Holy Father, Pope Francis, said, "Holy Week is a privlileged time when we are called to draw near to Jesus: friendship with him is shown in times of difficulty." The Holy Week/Triduum schedule for St. Nicholas will be as follows:

MONDAY

0900- Daily Mass

0700-2000- Three Days of Mercy (Sacred Heart Cathedral)*

TUESDAY

0900- Daily Mass

0930- Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

0700-2000- Three Days of Mercy (Sacred Heart Cathedral)*

WEDENSDAY

1900- Daily Mass

0700-2000- Three Days of Mercy (Sacred Heart Cathedral)*

HOLY THURSDAY

1900- Mass of the Lord's Supper

2000-Midnight Adoration and Confession

GOOD FRIDAY (Parish Offices Closed)

1500- Stations of the Cross

1900- Celebration of the Lord's Passion & Veneration of the Cross

HOLY SATURDAY

2000- Easter Vigil

EASTER SUNDAY

0900- Mass

Noon- Mass

1400- Mass (Tridentine)

*Three Days of Mercy: Priests will be available from 0700-2000 (except during Mass at 1730) for Confession, Anointing of the Sick and conversation for those who are burdened. Babara Thieme-Tolliver will also be available in the evening to discuss annulment and tribunal issues with those in "irregular marriages."

Easter Monday and Tuesday there will be no Mass at St. Nicholas Church! The offices will be closed on Easter Monday.


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Young Messiah Movie Premiere!

Officially opening on March 11th, we in the diocsese have a special opportunity to view the movie a day early! Tickets will go on pre-sale at St. Nicholas beginning the weekend of Feb. 20-21. Tickets are $5/person or $25/family...there are a limited number so reserve your tickets quickly. Proceeds will benefit youth ministry for the parishes selling tickets!

MOVIE DESCRIPTION

At the age of 7, Jesus Bar-Joseph lives with his family in Alexandria, Egypt, where they have fled to avoid a massacre of children by King Herod of Israel. Jesus knows that his parents Joseph and Mary have secrets they are keeping from him, secrets about his birth and about traits that make him very different from other boys. His parents, however, believe him too young to grasp the truth of his miraculous birth and purpose. Learning that the murderous Herod is dead, they set out to return to their home of Nazareth in Israel, unaware that Herod's namesake son is, like his father, determined to see the boy Jesus dead. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

For more information visit the offical website HERE!