Updated June 19, 2021
I. PARISH OFFICE
The Parish Office is open the the public from Monday to Friday (9 AM - 5 PM). A temperature check will be taken for visitors. Masks are strongly encouraged for those who are not vaccinated. Of course, those whoa re vaccinatged are welcome to wear a mask.
The Parish Office is receiving Mass intention requests. You can visit the Office or make your request via mail or email. Suggested donation is $10.
APPOINTMENTS WITH PASTOR
II. CHURCH BUILDING OPEN FOR PRIVATE PRAYER
Tuesday 9 AM - 10 AM
Thursday 9 AM - 10 AM
Saturday 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
You must take your temperature at home before you leave. If you have a fever, or are sick, or suspect that you may have (or was exposed to) a contagious illness, please stay home and take care of yourself. If you are awaiting test results for COVID-19 or any contagious illness, you may not come to the parish campus, whether or not you have symptoms.
Masks are not required. .Those who are not fully vaccinated are strongly encouraged to wear a mask. Of course, those who are fully vaccinated can continue to wear a mask if they desire,
III. HOLY MASS
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Monday - Friday
Hoy Rosary • 8 AM
Holy Mass • 8:30 AM
THE LORD'S DAY
Saturday • 4 PM
Sunday • 7:30 AM & 11 AM
SUNDAY HOLY MASS OBIGATION
REINSTATED ON JUNE 26
Learn more here.
We need volunteers to sere as ushers and cleaning crew members.
Ushers guide people to enter, find seating, during the Communion Procession, and to depart. They receive the offertory collection. Can you help? Email Father Harris.
Cleaning Crew members will clean the church after Holy Mass. You would use sanitizing wipes on high touch areas in the nave and the narthex. We will provide the gloves and sanitizing wipes. The process does not take long. Can you help? Email the Parish Office.
Saturday 2:45 - 3:45 PM
First Sunday of Month 10:15 - 10:45 AM
Or set an appointment with Father Harris
1. You must take your temperature at home before you leave. If you have a fever, or are sick, or suspect that you may have (or was exposed to) a contagious illness, please stay home and take care of yourself. If you are awaiting test results for COVID-19 or any contagious illness, you may not come to the parish campus, whether or not you have symptoms.
2. Masks are not required. .Those who are not fully vaccinated are strongly encouraged to wear a mask. Of course, those who are fully vaccinated can continue to wear a mask if they desire,
3. We have received having Confessions in the Reconciliation Room (Confessional) in the church. An air purifier is being used.
4. Please keep your confessions to the point. The priest may have a pre-existing medical condition. If you desire further conversation, please arrange to speak with he priest over the telephone or via video conference. We are here to serve you.
Learn what the Church teaches about making an Act of Perfect Contrition here.
V. PASTORAL CARE
APPOINTMENTS WITH PASTOR
Call Father Harris (410-922-3800, ext. 6) or send an email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Usually your issue can be handled by phone or email. This include counseling via telephone. Confessions cannot be heard via telephone or via video conference.
We have resumed the usual practice. During Parish Office Hours (Monday - Friday from 9 AM - 5 PM), call 410-922.3800, then press #4. After Parish Office Hours, call the Answering Service at 410-879-2831.
Baptisms may be scheduled as usual, but outside Holy Mass at this time. Parents can participate in a Baptismal Preparation Conference: if this is your first child t be baptized. Contact Mrs. JoAnn Harvan-Chin (email@example.com or 410-922-3800, ext. 5).
Funeral liturgies (whether a Holy Mass or outside of a Holy Mass) are scheduled as usual. Usually, the Funeral Home calls the Parish Office on behalf of the bereaved family to schedule it. A funeral planning packet is provided.
It is subject to the policy of the hospital.
BOOK OF INTENTIONS
You can add your prayer request to the Book of Intentions in the narthex. Learn about it here.