Third Sunday in Ordinary Time Mass Information

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We welcome you to join us at OLA this weekend for Mass. You are encouraged to join us online, and limited outdoor seating will also be available. Although we have outdoor heaters, it will still be cold. Please dress warmly and wear your face mask. Face masks are required.

The weekend Mass schedule is below:

  • Saturday vigil Mass at 5:00 pm
  • Sunday Masses at 9:00 am and 11:00 am 
  • There will be no Sunday 7:30 pm Mass, but there will be distribution of Holy Communion from 7:30 pm to 8:00 pm on Sunday evenings. 

All Masses can be viewed on our website by clicking HERE and can also be viewed via YouTube and Facebook. Holy Communion will be distributed outside at the main doors of the church (Cottage side) for approximately 15 minutes after each Mass. Please arrive at the church as soon as possible after the Mass concludes, which is about 45 minutes after the Mass start time.

If you view the Mass live at home, you may come to the church to receive the Blessed Sacrament after the Liturgy of the Word and the Eucharistic prayers. We ask people to park in our Walnut Avenue parking lot or use street parking on Cottage Way and proceed to the main church entrance. Face masks are required. Ministers will be present at the doors to give Holy Communion. Go to either of the two doors and receive. Please leave the area immediately, to respect and provide social distance for others wishing to receive.  

The Masses will be taking place inside of the church and live streamed, with an outdoor setting area where parishioners may attend Mass in person if they wish. Only a maximum of 10 people are allowed in the church at anytime. There will be limited outdoor seating, contact tracing information will be collected, and face masks will still be required. Outdoor seating will be provided under the portico at the church front entrance, and there are outdoor heaters. When it is time for Communion, ministers will come to the church doors and distribute the Blessed Sacrament outside.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this difficult time. Our Lady of the Assumption, pray for us.

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