Posted on April 16, 2022On Holy Thursday, the first day of the Sacred Triduum, Father Mark Augustine shared a reflection on the institution of the Holy Eucharist at the Lord’s Last Supper. He reflected on the unique differences of our priests — Fathers Arthur Marat, [read more...]
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Posted on April 15, 2022Holy Thursday’s Mass was a beautiful celebration of the Lord’s Last Supper — the First Holy Communion of His Apostles. Mass was concelebrated by Fathers Arthur Marat, Dominic Vinh Ha, Daniel Brady, and Mark Augustine, with Deacon Onischuk assisting. The [read more...]
Posted on April 15, 2022As part of our ongoing OLW student artist series of bulletin covers, we received two submissions for Good Friday (for which there is no bulletin). Below, we share the second submission from a Kindergarten student, depicting Jesus’s crucifixion, along with [read more...]
Posted on April 15, 2022As part of our ongoing OLW student artist series of bulletin covers, we received two submissions for Good Friday (for which there is no bulletin). We share the first submission from an third grade student (below), which beautifully captures the [read more...]
Posted on April 5, 2022Below is the final version of Our Lady of the Wayside’s Holy Week Schedule. Please note morning and evening prayer, Divine Mercy Novenas, and Live Stations of the Cross updates. Additionally, please note — per Father Arthur’s Reflection this week [read more...]
Posted on April 4, 2021Father Mark Augustine presiding with Father Arthur Marat and Deacon Don Grossnickle assisting.
Posted on April 4, 2021125 Our Lady of the Wayside early risers celebrated the 6:00 am Easter Sunrise Mass in our Church. Father Arthur Marat celebrated and Deacon Peter LeTourneau assisted. A truly joyous occasion. This is the day the Lord has made. Let [read more...]
Posted on April 3, 2021Father Arthur Marat presiding with Father Mark Augustine and Deacon Paul Onischuk assisting.
Posted on April 3, 2021To more fully experience the joy of Christ’s Resurrection on Easter, we must first journey with him to Calvary. In the event you missed it, or would like to listen again, here is Father Mark Augustine’s powerful and beautiful reflection [read more...]