Liturgy

Webster’s Dictionary defines “liturgy” as “a fixed set of ceremonies, words, etc., that are used during public worship in a religion.”
As a Catholic church, St. Bernard provides a variety of faith-based experiences for its parishioners throughout the week, as well as prayerful resources for parishioners to prepare for Sunday Mass and daily Mass each week.

Mass schedule

All are welcome to our daily and weekly liturgical services. The church is also open daily for private prayer throughout the day.

View our complete Mass schedule.

Weekly and daily readings

We invite you to prepare for Sunday Mass, and daily Mass next week, by visiting our Readings page.

View this week’s readings.

Mass Intentions

We invite to read and pray over this week’s Mass intentions by visiting our Mass Intentions page.

View this week’s Mass intentions.

Divine Mercy

We welcome you to attend these wonderful Masses filled with prayer, adoration, song and worship.

Divine Mercy Mass schedule.

Mother of Perpetual Help Mass and novena

Our Mother of Perpetual Help Novena, paired with holy Mass, is so called because the public novena services are held on a specified day each week.

Mother of Perpetual Help Mass and novena schedule.

Liturgical Calendar for the Dioceses of the United States of America

Each year, the Secretariat of Divine Worship of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops publishes the “Liturgical Calendar for the Dioceses of the United States of America.” This calendar is used to foster the celebration of the liturgy in the United States.

View the 2018-2019 calendar in PDF format.

Holy Week and Easter schedule

Join our parish family in 2018 for the special liturgies by which we will enter into these mysteries and experience the great love of God for us.

Holy Week and Easter Sunday schedule.