St. Francis Xavier Forty Hours Devotion
St. Francis Xavier Church 2319 Green Street
Start Date and Time:
Sunday November 11th 1PM
End Date and Time
Tuesday November 13th 9PM
All are welcome to join the community at St. Francis Xavier for their annual 40 hours.
40 Hours begins following the 1130AM mass from 1PM to 730PM for benediction. Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament on Monday and Tuesday from the end of 8AM to the beginning of benediction at 730PM.
On Tuesday evening we will have a candlelit procession to the Pink Sisters Chapter to mark the ending of the devotion.
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