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Reopening - Masks No Longer Required

I am happy to announce that, due to recent CDC announcements, as of this weekend we are no longer requiring masks at any parish functions. The Saturday evening mass will be mask optional, like the Sunday morning mass. 

Also, we will return to all normal parish functions. 

Parishioners are welcome to wear masks at any of these masses or parish events if they would like. For those would like to be more cautious, we will have a designated quadrant of the pews in which masking and distancing will be maintained. This area will be to the far left of the church as you enter from the lobby. I have chosen this area because this area has a separate entry door, through which these people will be free to enter and exit.

People who attend the Saturday evening mass will no longer be required to wear masks, though everyone is still welcome to wear a mask if they wish. 

We are continuing to return to normal, though we are not quite there yet. For the time being we will continue to abstain from the Sign of the Peace, and receiving from the Cup. I hope that we will be able to return to these practices in the next few weeks.

  • Fr. Patrick Brosamer

 

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Fr. Patrick Brosamer - Pastor 

 

 

 

 

 




Fr. Robert Whitney - Parochial Vicar



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