HOLY NAME RESOURCES

“A Unique Holy Week:
How to Live this Paschal Triduum”

Talk by Fr. Daniel

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Holy Week SCHEDULE

Palm Sunday, April 5
8:00 AM –  Palm Sunday Mass – Live Stream
10:00 AM – Confessions available in parking lot (details below)
 
Tuesday of Holy Week, April 7
8:00 AM – Daily Mass – Live Stream
7:00 PM – “A Unique Holy Week: How to Live this Paschal Triduum” – Live Stream Talk by Fr. Daniel
 
Wednesday of Holy Week, April 8
8:00 AM – Daily Mass – Live Stream
 
Holy Thursday, April 9
6:30 PM – Mass of the Lord’s Supper – Live Stream
No Eucharistic Adoration
Good Friday, April 10
8:00 AM – Lauds (Morning Prayer) – Live Stream
11:00 AM – Fr. Daniel’s Reflection on the Last Seven Words of Christ – Live Stream
3:00 PM – Celebration of the Passion of the Lord – Live Stream
 
Holy Saturday, April 11
8:00 AM – Lauds (Morning Prayer) – Live Stream
3:00 PM – Rosary
8:15 PM – Easter Vigil Mass – Live Stream
 
Easter Sunday, April 12
8:00 AM – Easter Sunday Mass – Live Stream

Holy Week song sheets

To better follow the live streamed Mass, we have included PDFs of the song sheets and readings. Both printable and digital versions are available for each service.
IMPORTANT: If using the printable version, simply download and print double sided, flipping on the short end, then fold in half to create a booklet. If using the digital version, flip your phone horizontally for optimal viewing.
Palm Sunday, April 5
Palm Sunday Mass (Printable)
Palm Sunday Mass (Digital)
 
Holy Thursday, April 9
Mass of the Lord’s Supper (Printable)
Mass of the Lord’s Supper (Digital)
 
Good Friday, April 10
Lauds – Morning Prayer (Open PDF)
Celebration of the Passion of the Lord (Printable)
Celebration of the Passion of the Lord (Digital)
 
 
Holy Saturday, April 11
Lauds – Morning Prayer (Open PDF)
Easter Vigil Mass (Printable)
Easter Vigil Mass (Digital)
 
Easter Sunday, April 12
Easter Sunday Mass (Printable)
Easter Sunday Mass (Digital)

Sunday offertory

During these challenging times our parish depends more than ever on your generous support. Your Sunday offertory can be done online or mailed to the Parish office.

online offertory

THE MENTAL SUFFERING OF OUR LORD HOMILY

After the Last Supper the Lord suffered a great agony in his heart. In this brilliant homily, St. John Henry Newman helps us to meditate on the mental sufferings of the Lord in his passion.
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TRIDUUM: A SPIRITUAL PILGRIMAGE

The Augustine Institute is generously sharing their new documentary ‘Triduum: A Spiritual Pilgrimage’ free on FORMED. It is a beautiful, 30 minute contemplative documentary that walks through the locations of the Holy Week story. Viewers are brought tangibly nearer to the story, the landscape, and the reality of the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
watch

GOOD FRIDAY PLENARY INDULGENCE

The Holy See is offering a Plenary Indulgence to those who pray the Litany of the Sacred Heart of Jesus at 10:00 AM (MDT) for the end of the pandemic. This Plenary Indulgence can be applied to oneself or the soul of the deceased, and requires, besides praying the Litany, to be truly repentant of our sins, to receive the sacrament of Confession, and to pray for the Holy Father’s intentions.
pray the litany of the sacred heart of Jesus

DIVINE MERCY NOVENA

Jesus asked St. Faustina that the Feast of the Divine Mercy be preceded by a Novena to the Divine Mercy which would begin on Good Friday and continues to Divine Mercy Sunday, the 2nd Sunday in Easter.
pray the divine mercy novena

STATIONS OF THE CROSS

The Stations of the Cross are a beautiful way to enter into the Way of the Cross on Good Friday. Two great resources for praying the Stations are St. John Henry Newman’s Short Reflections on the Stations of the Cross and the video ‘The Way of the Cross, Praying the Psalms with Jesus’.

read St. John Henry Newman's reflections
watch the way of the cross

JOIN IN THE PARISH ROSARY

At 3:00 PM you are invited to join in a parish rosary from home. Holy Saturday is the day of hope, in which we can join Mary in her own expectation of the resurrection. 

ANCIENT HOMILY FOR HOLY SATURDAY

Before his resurrection the Lord descended into hell. Read this ancient homily today to meditate on this mystery and prepare your heart for his victory.

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VISIT HOLY NAME TO PRAY

We invite you to make a visit to the church during the Easter Octave to pray! We may be celebrating Easter in a very unique fashion, but the Lord is unchanging. Come one day and visit Him in our beautiful church to celebrate and give thanks!

DECORATE WITH ‘EASTER LIGHTS’

Consider decorating your home with ‘Easter lights’ as a sign of solidarity and as a reminder of Christ’s resurrection. These lights, candles, or other decorations will communicate faith and hope to our neighbors.

FLOCKNOTE UPDATES

Flocknote email updates are a great way to stay in touch with what’s going on in the Parish. If you would like to stay up to date with happenings at Holy Name or would like the digital bulletin emailed to you, use the options below to opt into our Flocknote emails!

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KEEP THE LORD’S DAY

The public celebration of the Mass may be cancelled but that doesn’t mean that the prayer of the Church must stop. Each week you can find Sunday Morning Prayer from the Liturgy of the Hours right here, along with step-by-step guidance to help you learn to pray it effectively with your family in your home. You will also find an order of the Sunday Mass Readings and Prayers to help you keep the Lord’s Day holy.

keep the lord's day

homily podcast

Even while we are unable to attend Mass physically, we are still called to enter into scripture and spend time reflecting. Check out Fr. Daniel’s Sunday homilies as a source of prayerful reflection.

fr. Daniel's homilies

FORMED.ORG

During this unique and challenging time, FORMED.org has many resources to supplement your prayer and provides tools for continuing formation and growth. The site features some of the best Catholic videos, audio talks, eBooks and movies from trusted partners like the Augustine Institute, St. Paul Center, Marian Fathers, Lighthouse Catholic Media, Ignatius Press and Word on Fire. Holy Name has its own Formed page with no access code required. To visit our site, go to holynamedenver.formed.org, or click the button below. The previous access code of RHHRR2 still functions.

VISIT OUR FORMED SITE

confession

Divine Mercy Sunday, April 19th – 10:00 AM

In the parking lot East of the Church near the Sacristy entrance. You will be able to remain in your car or outside your car at the recommended distance.

adoration

No Eucharistic Adoration on Holy Thursday
Thursday, 8:30am – 8:00pm
In the main church, please maintain proper social distancing

parish rosary

Saturday, 3:00pm
You are invited to join in a parish rosary from home and through this prayer to “spiritually adopt” people who are suffering or dying in isolation

other available confession times

LIGHT OF THE WORLD
Monday, 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Wednesday, 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Friday, 6:30am – 8:30am
Saturday, 2:00pm – 4:00pm

OUR LADY OF MT. CARMEL
Monday – Saturday, 6:00am – 6:30am, 8:00am – 8:30am
Monday and Thursday, 5:00pm – 8:00pm
Friday, 6:30pm – 7:00pm
Saturday, 3:00pm – 4:00pm

ST. MARY’S
Monday – Friday, 7:00am – 8:15am, 8:50am – 9:15am
Saturday, 8:50am – 9:15am, 3:15pm – 4:30pm
Sunday, 7:00am – 7:30am, 9:00am – 9:30am, 11:00am – 11:30am, 4:30pm – 5:00pm

ST. FRANCES CABRINI
Tuesday, 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Saturday, 8:00am – 9:30am

ALL SOULS
Saturday, 3:00pm
(in the Rectory backyard)

ALL SAINTS
Monday – Friday, 7:00am – 7:30am
Saturday, 3:30pm – 4:30pm

NOTRE DAME
Saturday, 8:30am – 10:30am

HOLY NAME
Saturday, April 4th – 4:00 PM
Sunday, April 5th – 10:00 AM
In the parking lot East of the Church near the Sacristy entrance. You will be able to remain in your car or outside your car at the recommended distance.

ALL SAINTS
Monday – Friday, 7:00am – 7:30am
Saturday, 3:30pm – 4:30pm

prayers

DIVINE MERCY NOVENA

Jesus asked St. Faustina that the Feast of the Divine Mercy be preceded by a Novena to the Divine Mercy which would begin on Good Friday and continues to Divine Mercy Sunday on the 2nd Sunday in Easter.

pray the novena

act of spiritual communion

My Jesus,
I believe that You
are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love You above all things,
and I desire to receive You into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment
receive You sacramentally,
come at least spiritually into my heart.
I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You.
Never permit me to be separated from You.
Amen.

THE HOLY FATHER’S PRAYER FOR MARY’S PROTECTION

O Mary,
you always brighten our path
as a sign of salvation and of hope.
We entrust ourselves to you, Health of the Sick, who, at the Cross, took part in Jesus’ pain while remaining steadfast in faith.
O loving Mother,
you know what we need,
and we are confident you will provide for us as at Cana in Galilee.
Intercede for us with your Son Jesus,
the Divine Physician,
for those who have fallen ill,
for those who are vulnerable,
and for those who have died. Intercede also for those charged with protecting the health and safety of others and for those who are tending to the sick and seeking a cure.
Help us, O Mother of Divine Love,
to conform to the will of the Father
and to do as we are told by Jesus,
who took upon himself our sufferings and carried our sorrows,
so as to lead us, through the Cross,
to the glory of the Resurrection. Amen. 
Under thy protection we seek refuge, O Holy Mother of God.
In our needs, despise not our petitions, but deliver us always from all dangers,
O glorious and blessed Virgin.
Amen. 

Prayer During Time of Illness

Lord Jesus, you came into the world to heal our infirmities and to endure our sufferings. You went about healing all and bringing comfort to those in pain and need. We come before you now in this time of illness asking that you may be the source of our strength in body, courage in spirit and patience in pain. May we join ourselves more closely to you on the cross and in your suffering that through them we may draw our patience and hope. Assist us and restore us to health so that united more closely to your family, the Church, we may give praise and honor to your name.
Amen.

MAGNIFICAT ACCESS FOR FREE

Magnificat is providing complimentary access to their online version to help people pray from home:

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