St. Casimir Catholic Church


LENT 2018: February 14 (Ash Wednesday) to March 30 (Good Friday)

Ash Wednesday and Good Friday are obligatory days of fasting and abstinence for Catholics. In addition, Fridays during Lent are obligatory days of abstinence.

Abstinence: The law of abstinence requires a Catholic 14 years of age and above to abstain from eating meat. Meat is considered to be the flesh and organs of mammals and fowl, including soups or gravies made from them. Salt and freshwater species of fish, amphibians, reptiles and shellfish are permitted, as are animal-derived products such as gelatin, butter, cheese and eggs, which do not have any meat taste.

Fasting: The law of fasting requires a Catholic from the 18th to the 59th Birthday [the beginning of the 60th year, a year which will be completed on the 60th birthday] to reduce the amount of food eaten from normal. The Church defines this as one meal a day, and two smaller meals which if added together would not exceed the main meal in quantity. Such fasting is obligatory on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. The fast is broken by eating between meals and by drinks which could be considered food (milk shakes, but not milk). Alcoholic beverages do not break the fast; however, they seem contrary to the spirit of doing penance.

Those who are excused from fast or abstinence: Besides those outside the age limits, those of unsound mind, the sick, the frail, pregnant or nursing women according to need for meat or nourishment, manual laborers according to need, guests at a meal who cannot excuse themselves without giving great offense or causing enmity and other situations of moral or physical impossibility to observe the penitential discipline. Parents are encouraged to instill on their young children the spirit of prayer, act of kindness and penance during the season of lent.

2017 Christmas Schedule

Saturday, December 23rd

Confession: 5:00-5:45 pm

Mass: 6 pm


Christmas Eve Mass

Sunday, December 23rd

6 pm in English

11 pm in Lithuanian


Christmas Day Mass

Monday, December 24th

8 am in English

9:30 am in English

11 am in Lithuanian


Saturday, December 30th Mass

8 am in English

6 pm in English


New Year’s Eve Mass

Sunday, December 31st

8 am in English

9:30 am in English

11 am in Lithuanian


New Year’s Day Mass

Monday, January 1st

11 am in English


Thanksgiving Day Mass: 8:00AM, Thursday, November 23, 2017 

Thanksgiving originated as a harvest festival since 1863 and it has been celebrated as a national holiday for families to gather and get together. On this beautiful day, we give thanks to God for all the blessings – food, clothing, shelter, good health and livelihood opportunities. We are also grateful for the love and joy of family, neighbors, co-workers and friends. Happy Thanksgiving Day to all parishioners.

Solemnity of All Saints

Wednesday, November 01, 2017 is the Solemnity of All Saints. It is a holiday of obligation. The vigil Mass will be on Tuesday, October 31, 2017 at 6:00PM. The Mass of All Saints will be on Wednesday, Nov. 1 will be at 8:00AM.

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