The season of Lent begins with Ash Wednesday on March 2nd. Walk with us through this season of sacrifice in preparation for Easter. We are pleased to offer the following experiences and resources to enrich your Lenten journey. Check back on this page as we add to it in the weeks ahead.
Ash Wednesday Mass (March 2): 8 a.m., 12:15 p.m., 5:30 p.m.
Stations of the Cross: Every Friday at 6 p.m and on Good Friday (4/15) at 12:15pm. Full details here.
Novena of Grace (March 4-12): This annual 9-day devotion to St. Francis Xavier offers Masses, petitions, and reflections on “Seeing All Things New in Christ.”
Evening of Lenten reflection (April 7): Join us at the conclusion of our Lenten journey as we move into Holy Week with an evening of Lenten reflection and Adoration in the style of Taize.
Holy Week: Visit our Mass times page for the full schedule for Holy Week.
Video reflections: Jesuits in the Della Strada community are sharing reflections throughout Lent.
Rice bowls: You may pick up your Rice Bowls at Masses on Feb. 26/27 or Ash Wednesday, March 2 at the church entrances.
St. Aloysius is pleased to offer these additional online resources.
Ignatian Lent — Jesuits.org: Use Ignatian spirituality to breathe new insight into the sacred rituals of Lent.
Ignatian Spirituality: A curated list of retreats, reflections and videos
Little Black Book for Lent: Also available via the Little Books app
Pax Christi – The Arc Bends Towards Justice: Reflections for Lent 2021: Print & electronic versions available.
Busted Halo Lenten Calendar: Wonderful for all ages, but especially for praying with young adults and teens