Per Bishop McElroy, all capacity limits and spacing regulations have been lifted. All Masses will be held inside the church. We will have an outdoor viewing area available for those who are not yet comfortable inside the church. It is located between the church and the Rectory on the grassy area. We recommend you bring your own chair.
Saturday evening Mass is at 5pm in the church.
Confessions begin at 3:30pm until 4:30pm, or until no one is waiting.
Moving forward, fully vaccinated persons are no longer required to wear masks when in the church or other parish buildings. But due to Covid-19 variants being reported in many areas of the country, they may still be worn.
The unvaccinated should continue covering their face. We strongly encourage everyone to get vaccinated if possible.
Holy Communion will be distributed at the usual time, before the conclusion of Mass and the dismissal. Communion of the Bread by hand is considered safer and thus remains the normal procedure in our parish. Communion of the Cup is still suspended.
On July 1 the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass and holy days of obligation ends in our diocese.
As we transition back inside the church, we will be continuing to livestream the Saturday night Mass until the end of July. At that time, we invite and encourage all parishioners to come back to in-person Mass. If underlining health condition limit you from doing so, we will encourage you to view the Diocese live-streamed Sunday Mass. We have been so blessed and honored to have been able to bring you Mass at home during the pandemic. We thank you for your patience with us as we navigated this new ministry.
In person meetings and gatherings on our parish buildings and church premises are no longer restricted.
More information to come on Youth and Faith Formation Programming precautions.