St. Hugh of Lincoln Roman Catholic Church

This Week's Mass Schedule

This Week’s Schedule 

Mon 1/17/22 St. Anthony, Ab 

Our Lady of Pontmain 

Tue 1/18/22 St. Peter’s Chair at Rome 

St. Prisca 

Chair of Unity Octave 

Wed 1/19/22 St. Marius & Comp. 

St. Canute, King 

Chair of Unity Octave 

Thu 1/20/22 Ss. Fabian & Sebastian 

St. Henry of Uppsala 

Chair of Unity Octave 

6:30 PM Holy Hour 

Fri 1/21/22 St. Agnes 

Chair of Unity Octave 

Sat 1/22/22 Ss. Vincent & Anastasius 

Chair of Unity Octave 

7:30 AM Confessions, Rosary 

8:00 AM Low Mass Andrew Kimpel (Steve Heckenkamp) 

Confessions after Mass 

Sun 1/23/22 Epiphany III 

St. Raymond of Pennafort 

Chair of Unity Octave 

8:00 AM Confessions, Rosary 

8:45 AM High Mass Repose of the Soul of Michael Weir 

(Theodore & Ed Soleski) 

10:45 AM Confessions, Rosary 

11:15 AM Low Mass People of St. Hugh of Lincoln 


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Rules of Fast

Rules of Fast

The laws of fast apply to persons between the ages of twenty-one and fifty-nine. On a fast day one may eat one full meal and two light meatless meals, which together would not equal the main meal. Meat may be taken at the principal meal, except on days of complete abstinence. Liquids such as water, milk, and fruit juices may be taken between meals.

Rules of Abstinence

The laws of abstinence apply to everyone seven years of age and over. On a day of complete abstinence no meat, meat gravy or soup made from meat may be taken. On a day of partial abstinence meat may be taken once.

Traditional Days of Fast

All the days of Lent up till noon on Holy Saturday, Ember Days, the Vigils of Pentecost, the Immaculate Conception, Christmas, and All Saints.

Traditional Days of Complete Abstinence

Every Friday of the year, Ash Wednesday, Holy Saturday (until noon), the Vigils of All Saints, the Immaculate Conception, and Christmas.

Traditional Days of Partial Abstinence

Ember Wednesdays and Saturdays and the Vigil of Pentecost

Local Custom in the USA

In many places in the United States before Vatican II, it was customary to dispense from the fast on St. Patrick’s Day (March 17) and from abstinence on the Friday following Thanksgiving.