We hope that you can join us for prayer! Please note that weekly school Masses are not a substitute for one's weekend Mass obligation, but are additional opportunities for grace. Check out MassTimes.org if you are looking for somewhere to celebrate Sunday Mass.
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Weekly Mass Schedule 2016-17
|Monday:||7:15 - 7:45 AM|
|Tuesday:||9:36 - 10:06 AM & 10:16 - 10:46 AM|
|Wednesday:||9:45 - 10:09 AM|
|Thursday:||3:15 - 3:45 PM|
|Friday:||3:15 - 3:45 PM|
All School Mass Schedule 2016-17
All School Masses begin at 9:35 AM in the LCHS gym, unless otherwise noted (***). Family members, alumni, and friends are always welcome to attend. The Baccalaureate Mass for our graduates will be held at St. Mary Cathedral on Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at 7:00 PM.
|***Monday, August 22, 2016||Opening School Mass (8:05 AM)|
|Monday, October 3, 2016||Homecoming Mass|
|***Monday, October 24, 2016||Grandparents Mass (1:15 PM)|
|Tuesday, November 1, 2016||All Saints Mass with Bishop Boyea|
|Thursday, December 8, 2016||Immaculate Conception Mass|
|Monday, January 30, 2017||Catholic Schools Week Mass|
|Wednesday, March 1, 2017||Ash Wednesday Mass|
|***Thursday, April 13, 2017||Holy Thursday Prayer Service (8:30 AM)|
|Friday, May 12, 2017||Senior Appreciation Mass|
|***Friday, June 2, 2017||Undergraduate Awards Mass (8:30 AM)|
We will offer Mass roughly twice per month for any men in the community. Please join us in the LCHS chapel on any of the following Thursdays at 7:15 AM.
At Lansing Catholic, the Sacrament of Penance will be available during both lunch periods on designated Worry-Free Wednesdays and Forgiveness Fridays, or by simply making an appointment whenever the chaplain is available. In addition, students will have an opportunity to receive this sacrament during their yearly school retreat. Students and their families are always encouraged to take advantage of the confession times of their home parish or seasonal penance service.
Although confessing one’s sins can be difficult, please do not fear this sacrament. You are infinitely loved by our merciful God. Please come regularly to confess your serious sins and feel the peace and healing that God desires for you. Do not hide serious sins from your confessor or obscure them among the more trivial sins; lay your burdens down and be free. To help prepare yourself to make a good confession, I recommend using an examination of conscience guide such as the Guide to Confession available online from the Knights of Columbus.