Aug. 27, 2021: Updated COVID-19 Guidance Per Governor’s Statewide Mask Mandate
- Masks are recommended by the diocese but not required
- Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion are required to wear masks while distributing Communion and are to sanitize their hands before and after.
- Congregational singing is not allowed at this time
- Those receiving Holy Communion on the tongue are asked to come forward to receive last.
Please note: on Friday, June 11, we will no longer require registering for weekend Masses and we will be at 100% capacity.
Daily Masses are be held Mondays – Fridays at 8:15am. There is no Saturday morning Mass except for funerals. We will continue to live stream the daily masses at 8:15 am.
Dispensation from the Sunday obligation remains in place indefinitely. If you are fearful or are reluctant to return to Sunday observance at this time, you should not do so. The faithful are under no moral obligation to attend Mass. Masses will continue to be streamed live Sundays at 9:00am and daily at 8:15am.
We are holding weekend Masses on Saturdays at 5:00pm and Sundays at 9:00am & 11:00am.
BEFORE YOU ARRIVE
• Stay home if you are ill
• Make sure you have a face covering to bring and wear
WHEN YOU ARRIVE
• Please leave your offering the the basket in the narthex on the empty Holy Water font
• Keep you face covering on at all times except when consuming the Eucharist
DURING THE SERVICE
• Singing is currently still restricted
• Step to the side after receiving the Eucharist, lower mask and consume
AFTER THE SERVICE
• Face coverings may be removed anytime you are outside
While our parish staff and volunteers are taking appropriate precautions consistent with the advice of public health authorities, parishioners and guest should understand that they assume the risk of contracting COVID-19 anytime they enter a public space since such precautions do not eliminate the risk of infection.
We look forward to welcoming you all back to church. With your help and cooperation, we will be able to worship together once again in our beloved church. Remember, because dispensation from the Sunday obligation remains in place, you are under no moral obligation to attend Mass.