March is the Month the Church Dedicates to St. Joseph
He is the Patron
Saint of the Dying (Or for a Happy Death)
March 1: Feria
March 2: FIRST FRIDAY/The Holy Winding Sheet of our
Lord (Friday after the II Sunday of Lent).
March 3: FIRST SATURDAY/Feria
March 4: III Sunday of Lent, Double of the I Class; Commemoration of St. Casimir, Prince of Poland, Confessor; Commemoration of St. Lucius I Pope and Martyr.
March 5: Feria
March 6: Ss. Perpetua and Felicity Martyrs, Double.
March 7: St. Thomas Aquinas Confessor and Doctor
of the Church, Double.
March 8: St. John of God Confessor, Double.
March 9: St. Frances of Rome Widow, Double; The Five Holy Wounds
(Friday after the III Sunday of Lent).
March 10: The Forty Holy Martyrs, Simple.
March 11: IV Sunday of
Lent, Double of the I Class.
March 12: St. Gregory I Pope, Confessor, and Doctor of the Church, Double.
March 14: Feria
March 15: Feria
March 16: Feria; The Precious Blood
(Friday after the IV Sunday of Lent).
March 17: St. Patrick Bishop and Confessor, Double.
(THE PASSIONTIDE WITH THE HOLY WEEK)
18: I Sunday of the Passion (Passion Sunday), Double of the I Class; Commemoration of St. Cyril Bishop of Jerusalem, Confessor, and Doctor of the Church.
March 19: St. Joseph, Spouse of
the Blessed Virgin Mary, Confessor, and Patron of the Universal Church, Double of the I Class.
March 20: Feria
March 21: St. Benedict
Abbot, Greater Double.
March 22: Feria
March 23: Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Greater Double; Commemoration of the Feria.
March 24: St. Gabriel the Archangel, Greater Double.
March 25: II
Sunday of the Passion (Palm Sunday), Double of the I Class.
March 26: Monday in the Holy Week (Jesus curses the fig tree).
27: Tuesday in the Holy Week (Cleansing of the temple).
March 28: Wednesday in the Holy Week (Judas Iscariot plans his treachery).
29: Maundy Thursday.
March 30: Good Friday.
March 31: Holy Saturday (Fasting & COMPLETE Abstinence).