Safety Protocols for Masses

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.



Holy Week and Easter Schedule

Palm Sunday … April 9 & 10
Saturday, April 9 at 4pm
Sunday, April 10 at 8:30am & 11am
Bring your rice bowls back to church. Thank you for your generosity!

Tenebrae April 13
Wednesday at 7pm
An old prayer that moves us from light into darkness as preparation for the Triduum.

Holy Thursday April 14
Morning Prayer at 8am
Mass of the Lord's Supper at 7pm
Adoration before the Blessed Sacrament until 10:30pm.
Begins the sacred Triduum

Good Friday April 15
Morning Prayer at 8am
Community Stations of the Cross at 12pm
The Lord's Passion At 7pm
We solemnly proclaim the events surrounding the death and burial of Christ.

Holy Saturday … April 16
Morning Prayer at 8am
Blessing of the Food Baskets at 12pm
Easter Vigil Mass at 8:30pm
The pinnacle of our liturgical year and the beginning of our celebration of Easter.

Easter Sunday April 17
Mass at 8:30am & 11am
He is Risen!

Weekend Mass Schedule:

Saturday, 4:00pm

Sunday, 8:30am

Sunday, 11:00am

Daily Mass

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

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


By appointment only.