Updates From January 15, 2021
Parish and Archdiocesan offices will be closed Monday, January 18,, 2021 in observance of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. There will not be a Mass at 8:15 AM.
Many of you have asked for us to publish the daily Mass readings. They can be found HERE.
Pastors and parish staffs are reminded that until further notice, archdiocesan guidelines remain in place for the celebrations of Masses during the time of COVID. In implementing these guidelines special attention needs to be given to those in parishes with special needs. Masks should be used by all present. Those who have had COVID and recovered are still required to use masks for the safety of those around them. Those who have received a vaccination (one of two doses) are still required to use masks. Social distancing remains in force. Communion may be given in the hand only. Those who have underlying conditions or fear being in crowds should remain at home and follow the Mass on line or via livestreaming if possible. The suspension of the obligation to attend Mass remains in effect.
With a sharp increase in COVID-19 cases it is in our faith community's best interest that you register for Mass on the weekends. We look forward to welcoming you on Saturday and Sunday. Please make sure you have reserved you space(s) on Eventbrite for the Mass you will attend. Our primary goal is to keep you safe and well. If you know of individuals who are not receiving emails from Father Kevin, who are not on Facebook, or are otherwise not able to register for Mass, please reach out to them and ask them to call our office. We are happy to assist them.
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