(mass times & church info last updated 08/05/2014)
Address: Lexington at 76th St.
Weekend Mass Times:
Sun: 9am, 11am (Choral), 5:30pm, 7:30pm
Weekday Mass Times:
M-F: 7:30am, 12:15pm, 5:30pm
Sat: 9am, 12:15pm
Sat: 11:45am-12:10pm; 4:30pm-5:25pm
5:30pm, 11:30pm, 12am
New Year's Eve:
5:30pm (Vigil Mass), 11pm (Exposition), 11:30pm (Mass)
New Year's Day:
7:30am, 12:15pm, 5:30pm
Ashes distributed from 7am-7pm
9am, 11am, 5:30pm, 7:30pm
7:30pm (Choral Liturgy)
Followed by Adoration until 11pm
12pm (Stations of the Cross)
3pm (Choral Liturgy of the Passion)
7:30pm (Choral Service of Tenebrae)
9am (Simple Service of Tenebrae)
7:30pm (Great Vigil of Easter)
9am, 11am, 5:30pm
Liturgy of the Hours:M-F: 8am, 5pm
First Friday: Begins with Mass at 5:30pm and continues through Vespers at 8:30pm
St. Anne Novena & Devotion:
Tue after 12:15pm and 5:30pm Mass
St. Peter Julian Eymard Novena & Devotion:
Thu after 12:15pm and 5:30pm Mass
Annual Novena to St. Anne:
Conducted from July 17 through July 26
(It includes two Eucharistic Liturgies daily and procession of the
Blessed Sacrament at the 7:30 pm Liturgy. The relic of St. Anne is
applied to the sick and presented for veneration at these Liturgies. The
Novena includes a Communal Anointing of the Sick and the Blessing of
Charismatic Prayer Group:
Every Thursday in Parish House: 7:30pm-9pm
Wikipedia: John the Baptist
Wikipedia: Advent Wreath
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SECOND SUNDAY OF ADVENT
For some reason so tired today, almost feel as though I'm trapped within a grey slumber. The weather changed again and it's still cold but it's strange out there. A lot of moody people around.
St. Jean Baptiste is the sister church of St. Andrew church which I went to a couple weeks ago. Another beautiful Upper East side church and much like the service at St. Andrew, the priest this morning gave a really great talk, again on the subject of Advent and preparation.
John lived on the margins of society and readied those who would hear him for something great. Here, in the city, I am trying to move away from the fringes and fit into something trivial and worldly.
When will I awake?
This church has a lovely shrine devoted to St. Anne, the Blessed Mother's own mother. Yesterday was the Feast of the Immaculate Conception which celebrates the conception of Mary within Anne. There is, of course as with most saints, a special prayer to Anne...
"O, glorious St. Anne you are filled with compassion for those who invoke you and with love for those who suffer. Heavily burdened with the weight of my troubles, I cast myself at your feet and humbly beg of you to take the present intention which I recommend to you in your special care.
Please recommend it to your daughter, the Blessed Virgin Mary, and place it before the throne of Jesus, so that He may bring it to a happy issue. Continue to intercede for me until my request is granted. But, above all, obtain for me the grace one day to see God face to face, and wih you and Mary and all the saints to praise and bless Him for all eternity. Amen."