Welcome to the Christ the King Lent Homepage

This page will house all of the events, liturgies, opportunities, and resources available to you during this season of Lent, both at our parish, and in our greater diocesan community. 

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Holy Week Schedule:

Holy Thursday - April 13th at 7 pm
Immediately following this Mass, there will be Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Adoration will conclude with an evening prayer at 10 pm.

Good Friday - April 14th at 7 pm
Stations of the Cross will be held before the liturgy at 4 pm.

Easter Vigil (Holy Saturday) - April 15th at 9:30 pm
There will be Taize prayer held in the morning at 9 am, and a late night meal will be held after Mass which is open to all.

Easter Sunday - April 16th; Masses at 9 am & 11:15 am
The 6:30 pm mass will be replaced with an evening prayer which is open to all.



Prayer & Worship

Ash Wednesday - Masses at 8:30 am, Noon on campus (UC 333), and 7:30 pm.

Rite of Election - March 5th at 3 pm at the Cathedral of St. Helena
A blessing and commissioning of the Catechumens as they prepare to enter the church. Open to all interested in attending.

Lent Reconciliation Service - March 27th at 7 pm at Christ the King

Chrism Mass - April 3rd at 5 pm at the Cathedral of St. Helena
Bishop Thomas shall bless the oils to be used in parishes across the Diocese during the Easter Triduum and for the rest of the year. Open to all.

Evening Prayer - Every Wednesday at 5:30 pm in the sacred space at Christ the King.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - Every Thursday from 5:30-6:30 pm. Join us on the first Thursday (March 2) for a short program on re(discovering) the Church's devotion of praying in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament.

Stations of the Cross - Every Friday at 5 pm at St. Anthony's

Formation & Reflection

Triduum Retreat - April 13-15
Join us after each of the liturgies during the Easter Triduum for a deeper dive into the meaning of each day, starting with Holy Thursday and ending with a celebration after Saturday's Easter Vigil.

Bible Basics with Fr. Cody - Every Thursday at 7 pm in the Lower Center
Jump into a short introduction into the history and content of each book of the bible.
For more information, head to the Bible Basics page HERE

G.I.F.T. (Growing in Faith Together) - Every Tuesday starting with Mass at 5:15, followed by dinner and a presentation. For more information, and to stay updated on upcoming topics, head to our G.I.F.T. page HERE.

"One Book, One Parish"
As a parish we will be reading Living the Mass by Fr. Dominic Grassi & Joe Paprocki. A discussion group will meet on Sundays after the 9 am Mass to reflect on the book. All are welcome. In addition, a packet of discussion materials will be available to those who wish to start their own discussion group.

iConnect for Lent
A daily reflection for each day of Lent sent directly to your phone. If you would like to sign up for these, head to Flocknote.com and join the 'iConnect' group. If you are already a member of this group, you do not need to join again.

Little Black Book
A small book of short daily reflections for the season of Lent. Available in the back of the Church.

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Almsgiving & Fasting

Take-Out For Guatemala
This year we will be again be doing the "Take-Out for Guatamala" campaign. You can pick up your Take-Out box in the back of the church and fill it with change or cash throughout Lent. All proceeds will go to our Guatemala mission. Please turn your boxes in by Holy Thursday on April 13th. 

Complaint-Free World
Want to give up complaining? Pick up a purple bracelet in the back of the church, and every time you complain, switch the bracelet to your other wrist. Scientists say it takes 21 days to form a new habit, and we have 40!

Knights of Columbus Fish Fry - Every Friday at 6 pm at St. Anthony's parish

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