Registrations available now for Masses to Sunday, July 19
Registrations open Thursday, July 16 for Masses July 20 - July 26
We will inform parishioners of any changes through parish emails and our website.
We appreciate your patience and understanding.
Please review these health questions:
Are you or anyone in your household (present or not) exhibiting any of the symptoms of COVID-19 (listed below)?
Have you or anyone in your household (present or not) travelled internationally in the last 14 days
Have you or anyone in your household (present or not) had close contact with confirmed COVID-19 cases in the last 14 days?
Symptoms of COVID-19 include: Fever, new cough or worsening chronic cough, new or worsening shortness of breath, new or worsening difficulty breathing, sore throat, runny nose, chills, painful swallowing, stuffy nose, headache, muscle or joint aches, feeling unwell in general, new fatigue or severe exhaustion, gastrointestinal symptoms (nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or unexplained loss of appetite), loss of sense of smell or taste, conjunctivitis (commonly known as pink eye).
If you answer yes to any of the questions, you will be refused entry.
If you have any symptoms of being unwell, please stay home.
ENTER & EXIT: through the main doors of the church (all other entryways will be closed). Doors will open 30 minutes prior to each Mass.
MASKS: All attendees are expected to wear their own non-medical mask during their stay in the church building.
HOW TO RECEIVE COMMUNION: You can watch this video in order to see how to receive communion under the new guidelines.
DIFFICULTY REGISTERING? NEED TO CANCEL?
If you have a phone number registered in your contact info, you will not receive a confirmation of any kind (text or email). Click here to learn how to edit your contact info.
If you have received a confirmation email, please click on the modify or cancel button in the email. You will not receive an email confirming your cancellation.
If you need help, please email email@example.com & a volunteer will help you as soon as possible.
Bishop McGrattan’s decree dispensing Catholics from the Sunday obligation remains.
Those individuals who may be vulnerable because of age, health conditions or who do not feel safe in the public celebration of the mass at this time may choose to stay home & keep safe.