Easter Mass Schedule
Tuesday 3/31/2015 6pm Communal Penance Service
with Individual confessions
Holy Thursday 4/2/2015 7pm Mass of the Lord's Supper
Adoration until 11pm
Good Friday 4/3/2015 3pm Solemn Liturgy of Lord's
7pm Stations of the Cross
Holy Saturday 4/4/2015 7:30pm Easter Vigil
Easter Sunday 4/5/2015 Masses: 7:30am, 9am,
10:30am and 12 noon
Daily Mass 4/6/2015-4/10/2015 9am ONLY
Please note that there will not be any daily mass on Holy Thursday,
Good Friday or Holy Saturday. The Chapel of Divine Mercy is closed
for the Easter Triduum and will reopen Monday, April 6th at 7am.
Also the rectory closes at 2pm Holy Thursday and will reopen Monday,
April 6th at 9am.
Concert with Vince Martell from the Classic 60’s and Vanilla Fudge
on April 11th – Join us for an exciting show with master guitarist Vince
Martell from Vanilla Fudge. How big were they? When Led Zeppelin was
a new band, they opened for Vanilla Fudge...the stars of the show. Vince
Martell’s guitar riff for “You Keep Me Hanging On” was listed in Rolling
Stone magazine as one of the “100 Heaviest of all Time”. Vince will be
playing Fudge classics and other 60‘s favorites. Get your tickets now. $20
Adults, ages 14-17 $5.00, 13 and under and all St. Ann’s school children
FREE. Get tickets after mass, at the rectory during business hours or
order online at www.splatterconcerts.com. Cash only please. Food/ drink
available for purchase at the show. Doors open 6:15pm.
From the Director of Music Ministry, Jordan Irazabal - The Adult Choir
is looking to expand! I want to cordially invite you to attend one of our
open rehearsals! The Adult Choir rehearses every Wednesday evening
from mid-August to late-May and we sing weekly at mass, as well as the
annual St. Ann’s Christmas Concert. We are currently seeking male and
female voices (ages 16+) to give us a try and hopefully join our wonderful
group. I’ll host two open rehearsals next month: April 15 and April 29, both
7pm-8:30pm. We look forward to singing with you.
|The Parish, founded in 1869, is located in the “Forty-Acres” sections of Wilmington on the
square block at Gilpin Avenue and Union Street.