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Holy Week Live Stream Schedule

Updated: Apr 7

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Holy Week Schedule The following Holy Week liturgies are being broadcast from St. John Cantius Church in Chicago. All times are CDT (Central Daylight Time). *NOTE: In this time of social distancing, all priests and servers in the broadcast are members of a religious community that live together as a family. Any other musicians singing for the liturgies are doing so in a separate location. The music offered differs from our usual scheduled music program. Palm Sunday 7:30 am - Tridentine Low Mass (Latin) 9:30 am - English/Latin Mass with Sung Passion (Ordinary Form) 12:30 pm - Tridentine High Mass (Latin) 2:00 pm - Rosary and Solemn Vespers Monday 7:00 am - English Mass (with Gregorian Chant) 8:00 am - Tridentine Low Mass (Latin) 4:30 pm - Rosary and Vespers 7:00 pm - Compline Tuesday 7:00 am - English Mass (with Gregorian Chant) 8:00 am - Tridentine Low Mass (Latin) 4:30 pm - Rosary and Vespers 7:00 pm - Compline Wednesday 7:30 am - English Mass (with Gregorian Chant) 8:00 am - Tridentine Low Mass (Latin) 7:30 pm - Sung Tenebrae Service Holy Thursday 8:00 am - Simple Tenebrae Service 7:00 pm - Mass of the Lord's Supper (Ordinary Form - Latin) 8:30 pm - Stripping and Washing of the Altar Good Friday 8:00 am - Simple Tenebrae Service 3:00 pm - Service of the Lord's Passion (Ordinary Form - Latin) 4:30 pm - Sung Divine Mercy Chaplet and Novena Holy Saturday 8:00 am - Simple Tenebrae Service 10:00 pm - The Great Paschal Vigil (Ordinary Form - Latin & English) Easter Sunday 7:30 am - Tridentine Low Mass (Latin) 8:45 am - Eucharistic Procession from the Tomb and Benediction 9:00 am - English Mass (Ordinary Form) 11:00 am - Latin Mass (Ordinary Form) 12:30 pm - Solemn Tridentine High Mass (Latin)


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