Recorded Mass videos and other items are available on the parish YouTube site. Please check often as videos will be added during the health emergency. Please click here for this week's Mass video. Weekend Masses are now open to the public at 60% capacity.
Because of the severity of the world pandemic caused by the COVID-19 virus, we are now restricted in the celebration of Mass for the general public, as we are limited to 60% of normal occupancy. The current schedule can be found in the Bulletin.
Recorded Mass videos are available on the parish YouTube site. Masses will be updated weekly during the health emergency. In addition to Masses recorded by the parish, Masses that are televised (EWTN, Boston Catholic Television, etc.), live-streamed by computer watchthemass.com or broadcast by radio, are specifically designed to be available for people who are home bound. Mass-online.org offers Masses celebrated online from around the globe. St. Joseph Cathedral is live-streaming weekend Masses on Facebook.
I, as well as Deacon Mike, and Deacon Candidate Dave Hemeon are available if you need someone to talk to or to pray with. Please call the office at 536-4700. I am also available for the Sacrament of the Sick.
A word about stewardship. The parish needs your continued support to be able to meet regular financial obligations. If at all possible, please continue to give. If you would like to try online giving, please click the "Online Giving" button at the top of this page or call Sandy at 536-4700 between the hours of 9 AM and noon, Monday through Friday.
We have had parishioners come forward who are willing to help with grocery shopping and other chores. Please call Sandy at the office if you are in need of that help.
If you are registered in the parish and we have your email address, a copy of the Bulletin will be emailed to you weekly. Please read it for important information. The Bulletin will be published on this site as well.
Together let us continue to pray for each other, for our nation and the world for healing, for peace and an end to this pandemic.