Jesus enters into His city, the city of the King of the Jews, in triumphal procession. He marches into Jerusalem, knowing that soon, the rulers of this world will conspire against Him so that He will be betrayed, arrested, tortured and killed.
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Beginning May 6, 2020, Masses will be reopen to the public. However, we will have a maximum capacity of 150 people and also ask that during this time you continue to be mindful and practice social distancing. For more information on what to expect as we reopen Masses to the public, click here to watch a video from our pastor, Father Michael Nixon.