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Holy Week

In this unprecedented time, when we have been asked to sacrifice much of our daily lives to protect our loved ones and communities, it can seem as though we are alone. But as Catholics, we know that we are never alone – Jesus is right there with us, always. The Archdiocese of New York is committed to bringing you the celebration of our Lord’s sacrifice and Resurrection, no matter where you may be, via every means at our disposal. We may be separated by distance, but we are united in Faith.

We invite you to join us this Holy Week!

No matter who you are, you are welcome!

The week before Easter is known as Holy Week. It begins with Palm Sunday and ends on Easter Sunday. During this week, Catholics keep watch as we participate in Palm Sunday and Jesus’ entrance to Jerusalem, the Last Supper on Holy Thursday, the Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion on Good Friday and the Easter Vigil on Holy Saturday. Finally, we rejoice on Easter Sunday with the triumphant Resurrection of our Lord, Jesus Christ.

For additional resources to help you make the most of your Holy Week, click here.

Holy Week at St. Patrick’s Cathedral

There are several ways to join with us at St. Patrick’s Cathedral for Holy Week:

Refer back to this page for the Mass schedule and downloadable programs, once they are available.

Palm Sunday

A special 10:00 AM Palm Sunday Mass celebrated by Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York, will be broadcast throughout the tri-state area on PIX 11 New York, WPIX-TV Channel 11.

The Mass is also accessible through livestream on the St. Patrick’s Cathedral website and YouTube Channel, via the Catholic Channel on Sirius XM, and live on the Catholic Faith Network.

Monday                                

At 7:00 AM, St. Patrick’s Cathedral will offer Mass via livestream on the St. Patrick’s Cathedral website and YouTube Channel.

At Noon, St. Patrick’s Cathedral will offer Eucharistic Adoration via livestream on the St. Patrick’s Cathedral website and YouTube Channel.

Tuesday        

At 7:00 AM, St. Patrick’s Cathedral will offer Mass via livestream on the St. Patrick’s Cathedral website and YouTube Channel.

At Noon, St. Patrick’s Cathedral will offer Eucharistic Adoration via livestream on the St. Patrick’s Cathedral website and YouTube Channel.

Wednesday   

At 7:00 AM, St. Patrick’s Cathedral will offer Mass via livestream on the St. Patrick’s Cathedral website and YouTube Channel.

At Noon and 6:00 PM, St. Patrick’s Cathedral will offer the Stations of the Cross via livestream on the St. Patrick’s Cathedral website and YouTube Channel.

Holy Thursday                     

At 5:30 PM, St. Patrick’s Cathedral will offer the Mass of the Lord’s Supper via livestream on the St. Patrick’s Cathedral website and YouTube Channel.

Good Friday

From Noon to 3:00 PM, the Three Hours’ Reflection on the Passion and Death of Jesus Christ, offered by Bishop Colacicco, will be available via livestream on the St. Patrick’s Cathedral website and YouTube Channel.

At 3:30 PM, the Solemn Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion and Death, celebrated by Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York, will be available via livestream on the St. Patrick’s Cathedral website and YouTube Channel.

At 6:00 PM, St. Patrick’s Cathedral will offer the Stations of the Cross via livestream on the St. Patrick’s Cathedral website and YouTube Channel.

Holy Saturday   

At 8:00 PM, the Easter Vigil in the Holy Night, celebrated by Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York, will be available via livestream on the St. Patrick’s Cathedral website and YouTube Channel.

Easter Sunday

A special 10:00 AM Easter Sunday Mass celebrated by Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York, will be broadcast throughout the tri-state area on PIX 11 New York, WPIX-TV Channel 11.

The Mass is also accessible through livestream on the St. Patrick’s Cathedral website and YouTube Channel, via the Catholic Channel on Sirius XM, and live on the Catholic Faith Network.

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