Information for Attending Mass
Daily Mass: Tuesday through Friday, 7:30 AM
Saturday Vigil 5:30 PM (Church)
Sunday 8 AM (Church)
Sunday 10:30 AM (Church - when max capacity is reached, parishioners will be directed to the gymnasium for overflow seating to view Mass via simulcast) Livestreaming on YouTube, Broadcast 90.9 FM.
Sunday 12:15 PM (Church - when max capacity is reached, parishioners will be directed to the gymnasium for overflow seating to view Mass via simulcast) Livestreaming on YouTube.
We are pleased to announce that Bishop Guglielmone, as Apostolic Administrator, following dialogue with the College of Consultors has lifted all Diocesan restrictions put in place due to Covid-19, except that the distribution of the Precious Blood remains suspended.
Masks for Clergy, Lay Liturgical Ministers, and the Congregation are optional.
The Sign of Peace may once again be exchanged. Please note: According to the General Instruction of the Roman Missal (GIRM: 82): "it is appropriate that each person, in a reverent manner, offer the sign of peace (only) to those who are nearest. Please be aware that your neighbor in the pew may not yet be comfortable shaking hands. A bow of the head or small hand gesture is appropriate. (Flashing "peace signs" and arm waves are not.)
How to use the Hearing Loop
A Hearing Loop has been installed in the Church as a supplement to the speaker system for those who are hearing aid-dependent. The technology requires a hearing aid with a "t-coil" (which most hearing aids have built-in) as part of the hearing aid. In order to access the Loop, the hearing aid must be programmed for the "T" setting, which can be done by a hearing aid specialist. When in the Church, the user can go to the "T" setting on their device and will be connected to the speaker system via their hearing aid.
Contact Tawfiq Hodaly at email@example.com with any questions.