Palm Sunday and Easter Triduum 2024

HOLY WEEK 2024 – All Souls ECC

Where ALL are welcome!

To my sisters and brothers in Christ of All Souls,


On Ash Wednesday we began our spiritual journey of renewal, a period of 40 days, known as Lent. This, Sunday, known as Palm Sunday, marks the beginning of a week that is special to Christians throughout the whole world, Holy Week. We begin our Holy Week celebration with palm branches in our hands, recalling the crowds that cried both “Hosanna!” and “Crucify!” celebrating Christ’s entrance into Jerusalem to accomplish his paschal mystery. On Maundy Thursday we begin our three-day celebration of the passion and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, the sacred paschal Triduum. Let us make this a solemn three-day retreat, and together come to know more deeply the heart of our faith, the heart of our loving God. I encourage you to make every effort possible to participate in our services of Holy Week.


Fr. Henry 

Maundy Thursday, Good Friday & Easter Vigil

We invite you to join us during this most Holy Week.

Maundy Thursday

March 28 – 7:00 pm

Good Friday

March 29 – 7:00 pm

Easter Vigil

April 30 – 7:00 pm

*No Mass Sunday, March 31


We would love to see our friends and All Souls Family in person. But if you can’t attend service you can watch with LIVE Streaming on Facebook or the recording on our YouTube Channel when posted. Click on services above to download bulletin for each service.

Mary’s Way of the Cross

Mary’s Way of the Cross

Is not the Way of the Cross the way of every person’s life? Doesn’t every life have suffering, falls, hurts, rejections, condemnations, death, burial… and resurrection? It has been a tradition through the centuries to meditate on the Way of the Cross, so that it becomes our way of life.

Mary, the Mother of Jesus, made that first way of the cross. These stations, called Mary’s Way of the Cross, attempt to present that viewpoint. In these stations we see through Mary’s eyes what Jesus was going through on the way of Calvary. Then we try to make practical applications to our lives.

These stations and these words are not the heart of the matter; the heart of the matter is to go deeper and deeper into the sufferings of Christ, so that we might come out of this spiritual journey with an appreciation of what Christ did for us, and a deeper love for him and for our sisters and brothers. – Rev Andrew Costello, C.Ss.R.

“We adore you, O Christ, and we praise you, because by your holy cross you have redeemed the world.”

Serving this week for Holy Week – Celebrant Rev. Henry Pruski

Thursday. Ben (Lay Assistant), Jerry (Reader), with Denise Robinson (Musician)

Friday. Wendy (Lay Assistant), Joan & Wendy (Readers)

Saturday. Joan, Kenty, & Ben (Lay Assistants), Wendy & Vito (Readers), John & Tom (musicians)

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