COVID-19 Update (July 1, 2021)

As we prepare to welcome parishioners back, the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass continues and will be evaluated at the end of August 2021.

Beginning July 1, 2021, preregistration for mass and contact tracing are no longer required 

There is no capacity limit.

Hand sanitizing stations remain as we continue to follow health directives for good hand hygiene. 

Parishioners may feel comfortable wearing masks.  They may continue to do so.

If you have COVID symptoms like fever or cough or if you are sick,

you should stay home and follow AHS directives.

Our side pews will be marked for social distancing and those who prefer to sit alone would be respected.

Holy Water Fonts will be made available. 

The celebration of mass will look very similar to pre-pandemic time. 

Altar Servers, Lectors, Music Ministers, Greeters/Ushers and Sacristans are welcome back.

The Sign of Peace: please continue to offer one another the sign of peace by a bow.  A return to a handshake will be evaluated by the end of August 2021.

The distribution of Holy Communion will continue to be under one species, the Body of Christ.

The distribution of Holy Communion on the tongue is allowed. 

Music Ministry: All mass parts can be sung.  Congregational singing is allowed.