Mass for 5th Sunday of Lent (Passiontide)

Come, let us go to the altar of our Lord!

In our first pre-recorded liturgy during the Covid-19 outbreak, Fr. Matt offers the Mass for the 5th Sunday in Lent. This week’s homily: “Lazarus, come out!”

Please join us in prayer and spiritual communion wherever you are, and offer your intentions as you reverently watch. In particular, please remember those affected most by the coronavirus, those working for its mitigation, and those most disadvantaged by it–especially the poor, the unemployed, and the at-risk.

If you are able, please do not forget to sign up for Parish Giving. More than ever, our church needs your support. 

Peace be with you, friends.


“There is an urgent need for the Church to be a place of refuge and comfort for the faithful with open churches.”

The Archdiocese of Philadelphia has asked each parish to keep open its church doors for the good of the faithful.

From now until further notice our doors will be open from Noon until 6pm daily. Our bells will sound at both the opening and closing of our magnificent church.

All are welcome to visit our Eucharistic Lord and pray while maintaining a healthy distance from one another.

I will be available for the Sacrament of Confession from 5pm until 6pm.

God bless you.
Father Matt Guckin