Vigil - Thursday, December 7th at 7pm
Friday, December 8th at 9am and 5pm
On the Fourth Sunday of Advent - Sunday, December 24th - there will NOT be an 8:30am or 11am Mass. There will be one Mass at 10am. There will still be a 4pm Mass on Saturday, December 3rd.
The obligation to attend Mass on the Fourth Sunday of Advent is separate from the obligation to attend Mass on Christmas. Attending an evening Christmas Eve Masses does not fulfill the obligation to attend Mass on the Fourth Sunday of Advent.
Sunday, December 24th at 4pm and 7pm
Monday, December 25th at 10am
Monday, January 1st at 10am
There will not be a Vigil Mass since it is not a Holy Day of Obligation this year.
While there is no mask mandate or recommendation now in place, if you are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19, or if you have serious health issues, please follow your doctor’s advice regarding wearing a mask and other ways to help protect yourself and others.
Please stay connected to information coming from medical and other experts, and stay home and get tested for COVID when you are not feeling well.
Excerpt from Bishop Malesic's Message:
Those who are ill, have significant health risk factors or care for someone who is immune-compromised or ill, as well as those who have significant fear or anxiety about contracting the coronavirus in a large group of persons are not obliged to attend Mass.
Please see the Diocesan website for more information.
Weekend Mass Schedule:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9:00 am in the Main Church.
If a funeral should happen to occur on one of these days, the daily Eucharist is normally cancelled.
Holy Days of obligation occur several times throughout the course of the liturgical year. More often than not these celebrations occur on weekdays. There is no fixed schedule for these celebrations, but the most common schedule is:
Vigil (day before): 5 pm
Holy Day (actual day): 9 am, 7 pm
Every Saturday from 3 - 3:30pm in the Church Reconciliation room near the side chapel and by appointment.