Relics of Christ’s Passion - Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Ellicott City, is hosting a special event with Relics of Christ’s Passion on February 26, at 7:00 p.m. Please bring your friends and family to take advantage of this special opportunity to venerate these holy relics and participate in a program that allows you to engage in a meditative experience highlighting the Passion of Our Lord. The program includes a set of unique meditations with accompanying Eucharistic Exposition, music, and prayer that promises to be a heart-touching enhancement for your Lenten experience.  Space is limited, so please RSVP to External link opens in new tab or or by calling the parish office at 410-747-4334.

Lenten Experience

Relics of the Passion Flyer.pdf

From Slave to Priest – SAVE THE DATE - You are invited to join the Archdiocese of Baltimore as it brings “Tolton: From Slave to Priest” performance to Baltimore. The inspiring story of America's First Black priest and one of the “Saintly Six” Father Augustus Tolton story comes to life in this powerful multi-media live production, filled with music, drama and inspiring performances. It brings a message of hope and healing for the wounds that plague our culture. It is being held on Tuesday, March 19 at 7:00 p.m. at New All Saints Church

Tickets will be $25 with a free will offering. More ticket information to follow. For more on the performance, please visit. External link opens in new tab or window

Seek The City to Come Lenten Pilgrimage – All are invited to “Eucharist: Heart of the City Lenten Pilgrimage” a prayerful experience and a time for our universal Church in Baltimore to gather around the Eucharist as one body in unity, prayer, reflection and fellowship. The pilgrimage takes place on each Wednesday during Lent from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

February 21    The Basilica, "Worshiping the Eucharist"

February 28    St. Bernadine's, "Believing in the Eucharist"

March 6          Sacred Heart of Jesus, "Living the Eucharist"

March 13        Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, "Hope in the Eucharist"

March 20        St. Joseph Monastery, Reconciliation Service