The obligation to attend Sunday Mass remains dispensed for the time being while we slowly resume the public celebration of Mass. This is recognition of the fact that seating will initially be limited at each celebration of Mass due to the state’s requirements for social distancing and other health mandates. It also recognizes that the elderly, and most vulnerable, should remain sheltered at home for the time being. For this reason, we will continue to live stream the celebration of Mass while public worship slowly resumes.
Weekend Masses will be held on Saturday at 5pm (livestreamed) and on Sunday at 8:00am, 9:30am (livestreamed) and 11:30am.
State and the Diocesan guidelines clearly state that only 50 people can gather in the church for any public service.
Simulcast is offered in the Jubilee Memorial Lobby for an additional 10 people and in McKeon Hall for 40 people. Anyone registered to attend in the Lobby or the Hall must bring his/her own chair.
Social distancing will be strictly enforced, and all must wear facial masks.
Bathrooms will remain closed and unavailable during services.
People must observe social distancing,and wear a mask when lining up for communion.
People are strongly encouraged to receive communion in their hand, not on their tongue for obvious reasons. Masks must be worn until it is time to consume the holy eucharist.
There will be a collection basket as you come into mass. Please drop your envelope or your contribution in the collection basket.
Worship aids will not be provided. You may download the Readings and Responsorial Psalm to your smart phone or electronic device ahead of time and bring it to Mass with you if you would like to follow along.
All Masses require a reservation. Please use the links above to sign up or call the office and leave a message on the Mass reservation voicemail.