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Celebrating Holy Week: Happy Easter!

Celebrating Holy Week: Happy Easter!

As we enter the Triduum and greatly anticipate the Joy and Hope that comes with our Lord’s rising on Easter Sunday, please know that all members of the Central Catholic Family were remembered in prayer as the we held our Lenten Prayer Service, streamed from the Carney Family Chapel on Holy Thursday.

Bro. John at the lectern

Together we prayed the Way of the Cross and looked at events, as Pope Francis has asked us, from the perspective of St. Joseph.

Central Catholic's Lenten Prayer Service

The prayer service uses the Stations of the Cross through the eyes of Saint Joseph written by Father Edward Looney, as well as quotes from "With a Father's Heart" by Pope Francis on 12/8/20.

Click here for more information on the stations.

Click here for more information on "With a Father's Heart" by Pope Francis.

Students and staff in the Chapel for the Lenten Prayer Service

Happy Easter from Central Catholic!

This Sunday, we celebrate our greatest feast, Easter.

On behalf of all of us here at Central Catholic, we wish you and all your families a very Happy Easter, especially in these challenging times.

May the Risen Lord bring us hope for a healthier and safer tomorrow!


Additional Photos from the Lenten Prayer Service streamed from the Carney Family Chapel


Student in the Chapel
Student at podium during prayer service
Student at podium during prayer service
President speaking at podium
Student playing piano during prayer service.
Teacher playing guitar



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