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MASS IN PERSON:  The Sunday/Holy Day Mass obligation will be reinstated the weekend of June 19/20 for most Catholics—read Cardinal Seán's message here (however, if a parishioner is feeling ill they should remain at home).  Click here for important information on our Covid-19 protocols.  Our 11 a.m. Mass is the most popular, so if you would prefer attending with a smaller congregation we suggest going to one of our other Masses.   

MASS REMOTELY:  SUNDAY 11 a.m. | Facebook and Zoom
Since not everyone may be able to attend Mass in person, we continue to livestream our 11 a.m. Mass on Facebook and Zoom so anyone can participate from home.  If you're not able to join us in real-time, you can watch later on Facebook.  Please visit our Virtual Mass page. 

(Please note that funeral Masses that are livestreamed are only available through Zoom.)

St. Mary Aisle and Altar

FACEBOOK:  Visit us on our Facebook group page to see what's happening and when.  You don't need an account to go on the page and watch live feeds, but you'll need one to join the group and to be able to get notifications (event times can vary and there may be last-minute updates on times and events so join our group to get notifications). 

ZOOM:  You don't need a Zoom account to connect to our Zoom link for Sunday Mass.  However, if you want, you can download the Zoom app on your smartphone, tablet, or computer and create a free account.  Because of its real-time interactive features, only Zoom may be used for certain events, so we strongly encourage becoming familiar with it. 

IF YOU'RE NOT ABLE TO GATHER WITH US IN PERSON, JOIN US VIRTUALLY.  CLICK HERE FOR OUR VIRTUAL MASS PAGE.

USEFUL INFORMATION:

  • St. Mary's Church is open for personal prayer during the day.
  • The parish office is open Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. except on holidays and other announced times.  For fully vaccinated visitors, masks are optional.
  • During the health crisis, most ministry activities are taking place through video conferencing.  The pandemic is not over, but as the situation continues slowly to improve and with the easing of restrictions we look forward to the gradual return to in-person meetings of our ministries following safety guidelines (such as the non-vaccinated continuing to wear masks and practice social distancing).  Stay tuned to our bulletin and our news and events sections on our website.
  • We have purchased a FORMED parish subscription so that all our parishioners will have free access to great Catholic content through their computer, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Android, and iOS devices. Click here to learn more.
  • We are all facing financial challenges as well during this health crisis.  For those of you who are able, we ask you to please continue to support our parish financially through online giving or by mailing your offering to the parish office so that we can still meet all our obligations.  We are most grateful for your donation.