The National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help will hold a traditional Lenten season with Stations of the Cross, a Tenebrae service and the Triduum leading up to the celebration of the resurrection of Christ on Easter.
“The 40 days of Lent call our attention to prayer, repentance and recommitment, culminating with the Easter celebration,” said Fr. John Broussard, CPM, rector at the Champion Shrine.
The Lenten season schedule at the Shrine includes: March 1, 11 am, Ash Wednesday; every Friday during Lent (March 3 – April 14), Stations of the Cross led by Sr. Mardelle Meinholz; every Tuesday during Lent (March 7 – April 11), Stations of the Cross led by Fr. Jewel Aytona; April 9, Adele Brise Day; April 12, 7:30 pm, Holy Week Tenebrae Service; April 16, 11 am, Easter Sunday.
Fr. Broussard adds that all are welcome to the Shrine during the Lenten observances. The National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help is located at 4047 Chapel Drive in Champion, centrally located between Green Bay, Sturgeon Bay and Algoma. For more information, visit ShrineOfOurLadyOfGoodHelp.com.