Welcome!  As a people formed in the Roman Catholic tradition, called together by Christ, we seek to grow in faith, hope and love.  We gather to be fed and healed by Word and Sacrament, which strengthens us to build Christ's Kingdom on earth and sustains us on our pilgrim way to heaven.  Through our call to evangelize we invite all to join us on our journey of faith as we serve, teach, proclaim and give witness to the Gospel of Jesus.  In the words of our patroness, St. Julie Billiart, "May Jesus live in all our hearts."

Worship with the Virus

Reconciliation: Beginning on Saturday 5/30 from 4-4:25pm.  Please wait in the cue outside church.  Let the staff member at the door know that you wish to go to confession.  You must wear a mask.  Confess through the screen only.  A chair will be available if you cannot kneel. 

Dispensation from attending Mass: Although we have permission to worship together again, Mass attendance has not been mandated.  The bishop has continued to grant dispensation for those who choose to worship at home.

Who should not attend Mass: Those who are at risk due to age or illness or are vulnerable in any way should not attend Mass. Those who are sick or show any symptoms or signs of any illness should not attend Mass.  Those who have been in contact with anyone who is Covid positive in the past 14 days should not attend Mass.

Live Streamed Mass:  Will continue at 9am each week during he pandemic via our YouTube Channel.  The link for this Sunday May 31st : https://youtu.be/3cpcB4Mduio    

Attending Mass: Parishioners who choose to, may attend Mass in person beginning on May 30 at 4:30 / Sun May 31at  9 & 11. Precautions will be in place that aim to keep all of us safe.  We are all responsible for keeping each other safe.

Please watch this video on Returning to Mass, then continue reading the information below.

  • Arrive wearing a mask that will be worn while on church property.
  • Only the main doors of the church will be open.
  • Wait in the queue maintaining social distance until you are directed to enter the church. We plan to begin seating folks 15-20 minutes before Mass is scheduled to begin.
  • To assure that we seat the most people possible while  following safety guidelines, households or individuals will be directed to a pew. Do not sit next to anyone unless you share a home with them. Maintain 6 feet of distance from other households at all times.
  • Should we reach capacity a sign will be posted at the door of the church.
  • The hall and the restrooms will be closed.
  • AC will not be used. The church windows will be open. Dress appropriately.
  • Bulletins are online only.
  • Mass will be shortened to prevent prolonged exposure.
  • There will be no missalettes.  Use your smart phone to access the readings.  usccb.org/bibile/readings.
  • The prayer for spiritual communion will be projected on the wall for those who wish to receive spiritually.
  • The congregation should not sing.
  • There will be no offertory procession
  • There will be no sign of peace.
  • Receiving Holy Communion is optional.
  • Communion will only be given in the hand. 
  • Instructions on how to receive communion, how and when to remove your mask, the use of hand sanitizer and the flow or the communion procession will be given at Mass.  Markings on the floor will indicate the flow of the communion line. 
  • After receiving communion exit the church and go to your car. Please do not congregate outside the church. 

Important Announcements.

The Parish office remains closed.  Staff may be contacted by phone or email

The church building is closed outside of weekend Mass times.

NEW: Click for  May 31, 9am The Pentecost Sunday streaming Mass

NEW DAY... SAME TIME  Food Drive Saturday 10-noon.  Especially needed are: canned veggies, cereals, shelf stable milk and peanut butter.

NEW A letter from the St Vincent dePaul Society: reaching out to those in need

Our Domestic Church Photo Album

Funeral Mass may be celebrated following the weekend Mass guidelines.

Baptisms will be scheduled when it is safe to gather again.  

Visit our growing at home resource link to the left.

 

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At Home Resources for Prayer and Spirituality

For your convenience, as we maintain practices to bring an end the Covid-19 Pandemic, we hope you will find these  AT HOME RESOURCES   helpful and fulfilling.
This section will be updated often.  Check back soon.

From our pastor

Dear Parishioners,
 
During this difficult time I am grateful to our staff especially Paula for providing up to date information and links for our personal prayer and worship time at home.
 
I pray with you for all who are suffering because of this pandemic and that we may remain strong, resilient and faith-filled.
 
Thank you for doing your best to be there for your families and neighbors and may God bless the Health Care Workers and all efforts to combat this virus.
 
In His Love and Care,
 
Father Roy 

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