Changes for Weekend Masses: Beginning this weekend, Saturday May 22nd and Sunday May 23rd, we will no longer require reservations for weekend Masses. Our ushers and greeters will still escort you to your pew so that we can maintain the required 3 feet of social distancing per the Archdiocese. As a reminder masks are no longer required if you have been fully vaccinated. Adults and children (aged 2 and up) who are not vaccinated are still required to wear a mask.
Saturday - 5:00 pm
Sunday - 8:00 am and 10:30 am
- If traveling out of town to visit family or on vacation here is a resource to use to find a Catholic church near you: Catholic Churches Near Me
Additional Information for Parishioners and Guests
- We will still offer Weekend Mass on line. The link can be found on our home page and here at the top of this page.
- For those who have been dropping off or mailing your offertory donations, thank you, you can continue to do so, Maria and Gloria are in the office every day to collect the mail.
- Daily Mass has resummed at both St. Paul and Church of the Resurrection. Please note the new time and locations for Daily Mass: Monday-Wednesday-Friday 9:00am @ Church of the Resurrection and Tuesday-Thursday-Saturday 9:00am @ St. Paul’s.
- Reservations are not required for daily Mass. However, all other safety precautions and procedures which are listed below will be in effect.
The Pastorate will be offering in-door Masses at both Churches (St. Paul and Church of the Resurrection) per the following COVID-19 schedule: St. Paul: Saturday 5:00 pm and Sunday 8:00 am and 10:30 am. Church of the Resurrection: Saturday 5:00 p.m. and Sunday 7:30, 9:30 and 11:30 a.m.
The following safety precautions and procedures will be in place with the weekday and weekend Masses:
- Face Masks: Not required for fully vaccinated adults
- Hand Sanitizer used
- If you have any COVID-19 symptoms currently or in the past 14 days you may not participate
- If you have had contact with anyone who has tested positive for Covid-19 you may not participate
- The only door that will be open for entrance will be the Narthex door. Each household will be allowed into the Narthex one at a time (3ft. distance), where you can use hand sanitizer. An usher will escort your household to your pew (not of your choosing but assigned).
- Non-household members must sit three feet (3) apart
- Sign of Peace without physcial contact outside of your hosehold
- Only the Body of Christ will be distributed during Holy Communion, the Chalice will not be offered
- Reception of Communion in the hand only is strongly encouraged for the health and safety of priests, deacons, EMHC, and your fellow parishioners
- Communion is distributed during Mass, each pew will be ushed to the side aisle to receive communion. You will return to your pew via the center aisle.
- Holy Water fonts are now filled.
- Only the handicapped bathroom will be open during this time. After each use it must be cleaned and sanitized. Therefore, we are asking parishioners to plan ahead to minimize the use of the bathroom
- Bulletins are now printed and available at the end of Mass from the ushers.
- All hymnals, missalettes, and pamphlets have been removed from Church, however singing has resumed.
- The Church will be thoroughly cleaned after each Mass
- Please do not use disinfecting wipes on the new pews, they will ruin the finish, we have purchased the appropriate disinfectant for the pews
With the start of in-person Masses, St. Paul’s will not be open for private prayer. The Chapel at Church of the Resurrection will be open for private prayer, Monday through Friday 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
If you have any questions, please contact the parish office.