St. Helen


Stations of the Cross

Mondays at 12:30PM and Fridays at 7:30PM

Holy Hours

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, readings, sacred music, and reflections on the Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.


Holy Week Schedule


Palm Sunday Masses—March 28 & 29:

Saturday:             5:00PM

Sunday:                8:00AM, 9:30AM, 11:00AM, 12:30PM & 5:00PM

Reconciliation Monday, March 30:

Throughout the N.Y. region, today is set aside for the Celebration of the Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) in preparation for Easter.  Here at St. Helen, the opportunity for the Sacrament will be offered from 3:00PM—9:00PM.

Holy Thursday, April 2:

Confessions:  8:45-9:00AM    —    Solemn Morning Prayer at 9:00AM

Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper at 7:30PM followed by Adoration in Fr. Dooley Hall until midnight.

Good Friday, April 3:

Solemn Morning Prayer at 9:00AM     —    Confessions:  12:00-2:30PM

The Celebration of the Passion of the Lord at 3:00PM

New Time for Stations of the Cross:  7:00PM (outdoors, weather permitting)

Holy Saturday, April 4:

Confessions:  8:45-9:00AM    —    Solemn Morning Prayer at 9:00AM

The Church will be closed after Morning Prayer until the celebration of the Easter Vigil. There will be no 5:00PM Mass!

Easter Vigil at 9:00PM

Easter Sunday, April 5:

Sunrise Mass:  6:00AM (Note that this Mass will be celebrated in the Church)

Easter Day Masses:  8:00AM, 9:30AM, 11:00AM & 12:30PM


The Rectory Office will be closed Good Friday, April 3rd,

open Holy Saturday from 9AM-12:00 Noon,

and closed Easter Sunday and Easter Monday,

reopening on Tuesday, April 7th at 9:00AM.




Seeing Christ in One Another
Our Parish Prayer

Christ, Let me see you in others.
Christ, Let others see you in me.
Christ, Let me see:
You are the caller
You are the poor
You are the stranger at my door.
You are the wanderer - the unfed
You are the homeless with no bed.
You are the one driven insane
You are the child crying in pain.
You are the other who comes to me
Open my eyes that I may see.
Christ, grant that in me others may see:
Your glory,
Your grace,
Your goodness,
Your presence,
For without you I am nothing.