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Penitential Norms

  • Abstinence from eating meat or some other food according to the prescripts of the conference of bishops is to be observed on, of abstinence binds those who have completed their fourteenth year of age. The law of fasting, however, binds all those who have attained their majority until the beginning of their sixtieth year. Nevertheless, pastors of souls and parents are to take care that minors not bound by the law of fast and abstinence are also educated in a genuine sense of penance.
    —Can. 1251
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  • A person who is to receive the Most Holy Eucharist is to abstain for at least one hour before holy communion from any food and drink, except for only water and medicine.
    —Can. 919 §1
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  • The penitential days and times in the universal Church are every Friday of the whole year and the season of Lent
    —Can. 1250
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  • FAST & ABSTINENCE
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  • QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT LENT AND LENTEN PRACTICES

The Precepts of the Church

  • The precepts of the Church are set in the context of a moral life bound to and nourished by liturgical life. The obligatory character of these positive laws decreed by the pastoral authorities is meant to guarantee to the faithful the indispensable minimum in the spirit of prayer and moral effort, in the growth in love of God and neighbor:
    —CCC 2041
  1. Attend Mass on Sundays and on holy days of obligation, and rest from servile labor
  2. Confess your sins at least once a year
  3. Receive the sacrament of the Eucharist at least during the Easter season
  4. Observe the days of fasting and abstinence established by the Church
  5. Help provide for the needs of the Church
  6. Observe the Church’s laws on marriage
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  8. —CCC 2041-2043

  • Purple Sack Lunch

    This Lent join  Annunciation Catholic Church  and Feed Your Soul!

    Fridays from March 3rd — March 31st

    Following the Stations of the Cross after 12:10 PM Mass

    Each Purple Sack Lunch contains an Italian panini and meditation card
    Have it to go or stay and enjoy lunch on our North lawn (weather permitting)

    Invite your family, friends, co-workers in downtown Houston and join us every Friday during Lent

    12:10pm Mass | Stations of the Cross | Purple Sack Lunch

    Donations accepted, see the flyers in the foyers for more information

    You must RSVP to have lunch with us!

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  • Sunday and Daily Mass Schedule

     

     

     

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    Wed
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    All Masses in English, unless noted

    Confession: 15 minutes before every Mass

  • Triduum Schedule

  • Stations Of The Cross

    Every Friday during Lent after 12:10 PM Mass

    Eucharistic Adoration follows the 11:00 AM Mass
    Vespers in the Extraordinary Form and Benediction at 4:15 PM

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    For assistance, please see the Ushers


    Holy Days of Obligation

    Feast days on which Roman Catholics are required to attend Mass

    In the United States there are six holy days of obligation

    In the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, the celebration of the Ascension has been transferred to the following Sunday, hence there is no obligation to attend Mass on Thursday for the Ascension of the Lord, 40 days after Easter
    On three of the feasts – Jan 1, Aug 15 and Nov 1 – when the feast day occurs on a Saturday or a Monday, the obligation to attend the feast day Mass is lifted and Sunday Mass attendance covers the obligation for the feast and the normal Sunday obligation
    The obligation to attend Mass on Christmas and The Feast of The Immaculate Conception is never lifted

    Mass Schedules are subject to change

    January 1st Mass Times

    Mary, Mother of God

    • December 31st
    • Vigil of Mary, Mother of God
    • 5:30 AM—English
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    • January 1st
    • 6:00 AM—English
    • 8:00 AM—Tridentine
    • 9:30 AM—English
    • 11:00 AM—Latin Novus Ordo
    Ascension Mass Times

    Ascension of the Lord

    • Ascension Thursday
    • 40 days after Easter
    • 7:00 PM—Tridentine
    • Seventh Sunday of Easter
    • 43 days after Easter
    • Normal Sunday Mass Schedule
    Assumption Mass Times

    The Assumption

    • August 15th
    • 6:30 AM—English
    • 12:10 PM—Tridentine
    • 7:00 PM— Vigil—Tridentine
    All Saints Mass Times

    All Saints

    • November 1st
    • 6:30 AM—English
    • 12:10 PM—English
    • 7:00 PM—Tridentine
    December 8 Mass Times

    Immaculate Conception

    • December 7th
    • 7:00 PM—English
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    • December 8th
    • 6:30 AM—English
    • 12:10 PM—English
    • 7:00 PM—Tridentine
    Christmas Mass Times

    Christmas

    • December 24th
    • Vigil of Christmas
    • 4:15 PM—Children’s Christmas Play
    • 5:30 PM—English
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    • December 25th
    • 6:00 AM—English
    • 8:00 AM—Tridentine
    • 9:30 AM—English
    • 11:00 AM—Latin (Novus Ordo)

    Civic Holidays

    One Mass only 8:00 AM

    Memorial Day

    Memorial Day

    July 4th holiday

    July 4th holiday

    Labor Day holiday

    Labor Day holiday

    Thanksgiving Day

    Thanksgiving Day