Stations of the Cross
Meditate upon the Passion, the suffering and death of Jesus on the Cross.
during Lent, meet in the church at 6:30 pm to pray the Liturgy of the Hours, followed by the Stations of the Cross at 7:00 pm. All ages are welcome and booklets are provided.
Knights of Columbus Fish Frys
Be in the parish hall every
Friday during Len
t and invite your friends and neighbors to join you for the best fish in town! Fish dinners with all the trimmings (or spaghetti as an option) are served up fresh and hot from 5:00-8:00pm at a super-reasonable cost. The Fish Frys are a great way to gather with your faith community and benefit the charities of our KCs.
Friday Morning Rosary With Fr. Drew
6:30am in the Church
Our pastor leads the faithful in praying the Rosary
every Friday morning
of the year. How about making room for this in your schedule this Lent and (who knows?) this might become part of your regular prayer life.
Pray Rosary before Noon Mass
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
March 2 through April 7
11:30am in the Church
Disciples on the Journey
St. Laurence is offering a great 6-week program, free of charge, called Disciples on the Journey. Based on the Sunday Lenten Scripture Readings, it provides your Small Christian Community, your family or informal group of friends, an opportunity to reflect and take action on the readings each week. To register and get booklets for your group this Lent, go to
The Giving Tree
A Lenten drive organized by our Social Concerns Ministry, The Giving Tree collects donations of common household items to assist families who come to us in need and through the Catholic Charities Refugee Resettlement Program. Pick up a tag or two after Mass March 4-5th and March 11-12th or get an online tag
40 Days For Life
Join this powerful Lenten prayer campaign for life! Our parish is collaborating with others in the community to offer continuous prayer outside the Planned Parenthood in Houston. Stand up for life with your prayerful presence for one hour between 6:30am and 6:30pm on
Thursday 3/16, Friday 3/24, and Wednesday 3/29
. Sign up on the plaza after Mass the next two weekends or contact Marie McCoy at 281-265-7749.
Lenten Penance Service
April 13: Bilingual Vigil on Holy Thursday
Monday, March 20
7:00pm in the Church
Scripture, music, and reflection with 15 priests available to hear confessions
Lenten Evening of Reflection
Thursday, April 6 (7:00-9:00pm) Marian Hall
The St. Laurence Adult Faith Formation Speaker Series is free, offered on the first Thursday each month, featuring outstanding national & local speakers to help us grow in faith. This Lent, we welcome Debbie Jones who will lead “Lent: A Journey to New Life,” a Lenten Evening of Reflection. Learn about this and all the upcoming events at www.stlaurence.org/speakerseries or contact Justin Frato at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finding Intimacy With God Through Lectio Divina
Six Tuesday afternoons (1:00-2:30pm)
February 28, March 7, 21, 28, April 4, 11
The discipline of Lectio Divina is a simple and effective way to enhance your prayer life. From the Augustine Institute’s LECTIO series, Dr. Tim Gray presents Prayer: Finding Intimacy with God through 6 video sessions, unlocking the secret to opening our hearts and minds to Scripture to hear from God and respond in love. For more information and to register, contact Anne Marie Daniel 281-265-5774 or email@example.com.
33 Days to Merciful Love
Thursdays at 10:15am, beginning March 9
St. Francis Room, Ave Maria Parish Life Center
Join a study of 33 Days to Merciful Love by Fr. Michael Gaitley, leading to consecration to the Blessed Mother on Divine Mercy Sunday, April 23. Facilitated by Sally Flowers, Paul Cranley and Joe Chirco. Contact Sally at firstname.lastname@example.org and 281-265-8360 for more information and to register.
Vietnamese Bilingual Lenten Retreat: Called to Holiness
Saturday, March 25, 10:00am – 3:00pm, AMC
Join the Vietnamese community of St. Laurence for a full day of spiritual enrichment, prayer and praise, featuring guest speaker Cha Steve Tran DCCT. The retreat includes lunch and is free and open to everyone. Please register in advance by contacting Amy Le at 281-330-0565 or email@example.com.
Accompany Jesus and our Blessed Mother during their time of sorrow and suffering in a bilingual (English/Spanish) Vigil in the Chapel of Divine Mercy, beginning at midnight after the Holy Thursday Mass on April 13, through 6:00am on the morning of Good Friday. All are welcome. For more information, please contact Nellyna Christiansen at 281-536-6537 or Anne Marie Daniel at 281-265-5774.