Please note the following:

Bishop Boyea has extended the dispensation from attending Mass through September 6. Remember that people may not have any symptoms, but can still carry coronavirus to others. Please use discernment in deciding when to come to Mass.

In particular, those who are over age 60 or have compromised immune systems are encouraged to stay home. It’s also recommended that children who are not able to maintain social distance stay home.

All Masses will be in the church, and as it stands for now, all Masses will be live streamed until further notice.

Weekday Masses:

  • Public Masses will resume on Tuesday, May 26 
  • Tuesday – Friday Masses: 8am
  • Saturday morning Masses: 9am
  • Through May 29, weekday attendance capacity will be 20 people (5% of our full capacity)  
  • *Corrected date* Starting May 30, attendance capacity for weekday and weekend will be 100 people (25% of our full capacity) until further notice
  • Families with children receiving First Communion or Confirmation have first priority, so the spots listed as available for each Mass will vary 
  • Sign up below for the Mass(es) you wish to attend

Weekend Masses:

  • Public Masses (w/ 25% capacity) will resume on Saturday, May 30 at the 9am weekday Mass
  • Saturday Vigil Masses: 4:30pm
  • Sunday Masses: 9am and 11am
  • Attendance capacity is 100 people (25% of our full capacity) until further notice
  • Families with children receiving First Communion or Confirmation have first priority, so the spots listed as available for each Mass will vary 
  • Sign up below for the Mass(es) you wish to attend

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Everyone who can physically tolerate a mask is asked to wear one.

If you do not have a mask, we have hand-made masks for adults and children. Contact the main office to get one.

Click below to sign up:

Note: The Sunday, June 7 Mass at 9am is the Baccalaureate Mass for our graduating high school seniors. Attendance is reserved for them and their families.

Update as of May 22: Due to our large number of graduating seniors and their family members, the 11am Mass on June 7 will be a second Baccalaureate Mass. Those who have already signed up to attend it and who are not seniors are still welcome to come. The rest of the spots will be for our seniors.

Families of graduating high school seniors, click here to reserve seats at one of the Baccalaureate Masses:

The weekend of June 20 – 21 will be Fr. Mark’s last weekend with us before moving to his new assignment.

Fr. Mark will offer daily Masses on Tuesday, June 23 and Wednesday, June 24. We are looking for other priests to pray Masses on June 25 & 26, and will add those dates if possible.

Fr. John Whitlock will preside at the weekend Masses on June 27 & 28.

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