Liturgy This Week

4th Sunday of Lent - March 22, 2020

Today, we meet Jesse's youngest son, David, who is anointed by Samuel. Then St. Paul encourages the Ephesians to "Live as children of the Light". Finally, Jesus meets a blind man and restores his sight. However, the leaders are suspect of the healed man and throw him out. Jesus seeks out the man again and rewards his faith.

BTW, we don't have any coffee and donuts today. However, if you stick around 'til the end -- we do have a special treat for you!

We cannot gather together physically today, so we join together in spirit with: 

Opening Song:
What Wondrous Love Is This 
Responsorial Psalm:
Psalm 23, The Lord Is My Shepherd
setting by Rory Cooney
2nd Reading: 
EPH 5:8-14
Gospel: 
JN 9:1-41
Homily: 
Fr. Jim Beighlie, CM

It wouldn't be church without a collection, right?

Even though you can't join us in person right now, we still have our neighbors who are homeless who need food every day. We continue to provide food - with heightened levels of safety. These extraordinary measures cost us more money than usual. If you can assist us in our mission to our community, please donate what you can.

Reflection: 
Hard Times Come Again No More
by Stephen Foster
Communion Song: 
Open My Eyes
by Jesse Manibusan
Closing Song: 
Jerusalem, My Destiny; verse 4
by Rory Cooney

This week's Coffee and Donuts just for you:

From our very own fabulous recording artists, The 10th Street Trio (Teri, Mona, & Kathy)

note: this is NOT a video of mass; the Eucharist is being celebrated privately on our behalf by the Archbishop and others (links can be found at archstl.org). This is a glimpse of what you would have heard and seen at St. Vincent's this weekend if we could have all been here together.