Mass Times

Updated Mass Times and Locations

Updated and Current as of February 22, 2021

Masses and other services can now be held inside of the church at up to 25% capacity.

8:00 am daily Masses (Monday-Friday and first Saturday) will be located inside of the church with limited indoor seating availableFace masks and social distancing are required.

The Saturday 5:00 pm Vigil Mass, Sunday 9:00 am, Sunday 11:00 am, and Sunday 7:30 pm Masses will be livestreamed with limited indoor and outdoor seating available.  Face masks and social distancing are required.  Click HERE to view the livestream Masses, where you can conveniently donate, view the worship aid and bulletin, and send us your prayer intentions.  The Masses will also be available to view throughout the weekend on our websiteYouTube channel, and Facebook page

We will distribute Holy Communion for approximately 15 minutes after each weekend Mass. Please arrive at the church as soon as possible after the Mass concludes, which is about 45 minutes after the Mass start time. 

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Diocesan and Public Health COVID-19 Guidelines

The following diocesan and public health guidelines are in place:

  • Limited indoor seating is available, up to 25% capacity.
  • Face masks are required for those ages 2 and older unless you have a medical exemption.  We will provide a face mask for you if you need one.  Please wear your face mask over your nose and mouth while inside of the church.
  • We will continue to collect information for contact tracing purposes.
  • Use hand sanitizer.  Hand sanitizing stations are in place throughout the church.  You are also encouraged to bring personal hand sanitizer with you.
  • Maintain physical distancing of at least six feet when seated.  Families may sit together.
  • The congregation is asked to not sing or chant during the Mass.  
  • Communion will be brought to you in the pews. You are encouraged to receive in the hand.
  • Please minimize socializing after Mass.  Wear your mask and maintain physical distancing when talking to others.  
  • If you are sick or feel unwell, please stay home.  Dispensation from Mass is still in effect for all of the faithful.

Thank you for following the diocesan and public health guidelines, which allow us to to have the public celebration of the Mass.