Downtown: Saturday Vigil 5pm | Sunday 7:30, 9:30, 11:30am & 5pm
Westside Chapel: Sunday 8:30 & 10:30am (Vietnamese Mass 2nd Sunday 1:30pm)
April 19 – Good Friday

9am – Morning Prayer
12pm – Noon prayer | Stations of the Cross | Divine Mercy Chaplet
7pm – Celebration of the Lord’s Passion

April 20 – Holy Saturday

9am – Morning Prayer
9pm – Easter Vigil in the Holy Night (incense)

April 21 – Easter Sunday

7:30am | 9:30am (incense) | 12pm | 5pm – Mass Downtown
8:30am | 11am (incense) – Mass at Westside Chapel

Holy Week 2019

Adoration: The best time you will spend on earth!

You are invited to the St. Joseph Chapel for Eucharistic Adoration 24/7. Will you sit for an hour each week with Jesus?
We also hold a weekly Holy Hour to pray for our priests on Wednesdays, 5:30–6:30pm. Each week includes a variation of prayers from the rosary, Divine Office, and silent meditation–all centered on praying for our priests, specifically our pastor and parochial vicars, past and present. This is a great opportunity to make Eucharistic Adoration a priority in your spiritual life this Lent, even if you’re unable to commit to a specific weekly time. Come join us in prayer every week, alternate weeks, or as often as you can!
Click to view the Adoration schedule and sign up for a Holy Hour.

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Middle Schoolers – Get your application in now for Youth Migrant Project 2019, Aug. 11–17 in Skagit Valley!

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If Christ has not been raised, said the Apostle Paul, then Christian Faith is in vain. The Resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth is not an incidental or minor aspect of Christianity. If Jesus did not rise from the dead, Christianity is certainly false.

Skeptics have long tried to show that there was no Resurrection. Today, there has been a resurgence of attacks on this central truth of Christianity. Some people claim that the followers of Jesus fabricated the Resurrection. Others argue that the disciples hallucinated or had a “vision” of their dead master, which they confused with a truly risen Jesus. Others still suggest that the Resurrection was a myth or that the Apostles may have seen a spirit or witnessed a “spiritual resurrection” that had nothing to do with an empty tomb and the transformation of Jesus’s dead body. Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead? carefully scrutinizes the historical evidence. Rather than accept Christian belief blindly, top scholars, and biblical historians critically examine alternative explanations. In the end, they show why it is a matter of sound reason as well as faith to affirm what the early Church proclaimed: Jesus is risen.

A fascinating, fast-paced, exciting exploration of Jesus’s fate, Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead? shows how Jesus’s Resurrection has consequences for every one of us. Featuring: Father Mitch Pacwa, S.J., Johnnette Benkovic, Craig Blomberg, Ph.D., Craig Evans, Ph.D., Tim Gray, Ph.D., Gary Habermas, Ph.D., Edward Sri, Ph.D., Roy Schoeman, Father Ronald Tacelli, S.J., Ben Witherington III, Ph.D.

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Click to read Fr. Jim’s homily from the weekend.

The Abuse Crisis

Find out what the archdiocese is doing about it.


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Featured Upcoming Events

FPU Alumni Gathering

April 27 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm


Catechesis of the Good Shepherd

See how the Atrium can help kids learn about their faith and come to know God in a truly wondrous way.


Dedication Mass

Highlights of the Mass for the Dedication of a Church with Archbishop Sartain following the extensive renovation of our worship space.