Liturgies

crucifix, jesus on the cross in church with ray of light from stained glass

The liturgy is the living treasure for the Maronite Church. It is on a permanent pilgrimage toward the Kingdom of the Father.

The Church is enriched by the liturgy and her spiritual and human experiences are richer through it.

The liturgy plays a central role in the march of the Church. It is one of the most essential constitutive elements of the Church that begins with the Paschal Event: the death of the Lord Jesus on the Cross and his Resurrection from the dead.

The liturgy is the source from which the Church draws her spirituality and puts on holiness.

It is the goal of all ecclesial activities dealing with the mysteries and the missionary efforts of the Church’s presence in the world.

Liturgies:

9:00 AM: Spanish & Aramaic

11:00 AM: English & Aramaic

7:00 PM: Vespers of Holy Days of Obligations