It was so nice to see so many familiar faces during the Easter celebrations - faces that I have not seen, in some cases, in over a year. This is probably the slow beginning towards what will hopefully be a return to some semblance of “normality.” Now that more and more of us have had our full vaccinations, this is becoming possible. I even met a 16-year-old last weekend who had his first vaccine shot! There is no news from the archdiocese about the relaxation of any of our present Covid-19 safety protocols, but as soon as that happens, you will be the first to know. I imagine it will be a few more months (I am just guessing here), but we are at least moving in the right direction. When we get to that point, we can safely start moving back into the church proper, but one day at a time! It has been a long year, and we are all more than ready; but let us not let our guard down yet and endanger anyone’s health or well-being. I am truly looking forward to seeing you all more and more, but until then…
Take care and God bless,
Road to Emmaus; Luke 24:13-35.
Saturday - 4:00 PM
Sunday - 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM and 12:00 PM
Registration opens 24 hours prior to the specific Mass and closes 2 hours prior to the start of Mass. Each person needs to be either individually listed in a registration or separately registered. This will ensure we have a record of those who attend Mass should we need to “Contact Trace.”
The entry door for Mass will be opened 20 minutes before Mass and closed 5 minutes prior to the start of Mass. If you arrive later than this you will find that there will be no one at the door, which is locked to the outside, to open it, check you in and take your temperature - you will have to be on time.
If you register and are unable to attend, please contact Fr. Niall at firstname.lastname@example.org. Masks and proof of registration (copy of email or text) are required.
Let us continue to be responsible for the health and well-being of one another.
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Weekday Masses follow the same protocols and rules as weekend Masses.