Diocese of Orange Observes Holy Week
GARDEN GROVE, CALIF., (March 30, 2021) —
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange is pleased to announce schedules for services and Masses during Holy Week, the week before Easter Sunday. During this period the Diocese’s parishes throughout Orange County will observe the conclusion of Lent and the Triduum (Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday), followed by Easter Sunday.
Services and Masses will be in-person and livestreamed.
The county’s 57 Catholic parishes will be observing the state-mandated COVID-19 safety protocols and church capacity limits. Services and Masses will be celebrated in the many languages present throughout the Diocese: English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Korean and others.
For the most up-to-date listing of parish Holy Week services and Masses — including those at Christ Cathedral, the spiritual home of the Bishop of Orange — please visit http://rcbo.staging.wpengine.com/holyweek
Media interested in covering services at Christ Cathedral are asked to RSVP for media passes by April 2.
About the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange
With 1.3 million Catholics, 57 parishes, 5 Catholic centers, and 41 schools, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange is one of the largest and most diverse faith communities in the United States. The Diocese encourages Catholics across Orange County to have an active life of faith that is integrated and woven into the fabric of their daily lives through the community and sacramental life of the Church. Under the leadership of Bishop Kevin Vann, the Diocese works to establish and support dynamic, vibrant parishes and schools welcoming all to live the Gospel with faith, joy, charity and unity. Christ Cathedral, the spiritual home of the Diocese, was dedicated in July 2019.
Learn more about the Diocese of Orange at https://rcbo.staging.wpengine.com
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