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Complete Phase II Schedule (Please Note Change to Confessions on Wednesday)

Complete Phase II Schedule (Please Note Change to Confessions on Wednesday)

Phase Two

Masses at St. Mary Church

& Schedule Changes

Mass Schedule

St. Mary Church

Saturday, June 13  5:00pm

Sunday, June 14  7:00, 8:30am, 10:30am, 12:30pm, 2:30 (Spanish Mass)

Holy Cross Academy

Sunday, June 14  8:30am, 10:30am

 

Weekday Masses resume Monday, June 15th ~ St. Mary Church ONLY

Daily Mass Schedule

6:30am, 9am

12pm Mass on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays

Daily Mass on Saturday will be at 9am beginning Saturday June 20.

 

St. Mary Streaming Schedule ~ St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception Facebook Page

Daily Mass 9:00am  Rosary 6:30pm

Sunday Mass 8:30am and 2:30pm (Spanish)

 

Confession Schedule (Confessions continue at the Parish Life Center ONLY)

Wednesdays 11:30am-12 noon & 6:30pm-8:30pm

Saturdays 8:00am-8:30am & 3:30pm-4:30pm

 

Adoration Schedule

Mon-Fri  7:00am-9:00pm

Saturdays 9:30am-5:00pm

(possible interruptions for weddings & funerals)

 

Additional Information

A limited Mass schedule will return to St Mary’s Church this weekend.  Sign-ups will NOT be required, Social distancing and masks ARE required to attend ALL Masses.

FOR MASSES AT HOLY CROSS ACADEMY GOING FORWARD, FOR THOSE AT RISK, WE WILL BE CONTINUING TO VERY STRICTLY ENFORCE MASKS AND AT HOLY CROSS COMMUNION WILL ONLY BE OFFERED IN THE HAND, SO IF YOU WANT TO COME TO MASS BUT WANT TO BE EXTRA CAUTIOUS, PLEASE CONSIDER HOLY CROSS ACADEMY.

The church and Holy Cross Academy will be sanitized after every Sunday Mass.  This means when Mass is over, please leave promptly so the cleaners can wipe down all the surfaces.  Ushers will still be giving directions and seating people, please continue to give them respect and comply with their requests.  Please remember to leave 6 feet between people coming in and leaving Mass.  Because of the continued need for social distancing, the seating capacity will be greatly reduced.  No standing room will be provided.  Please arrive early.

June 14, 2020
Corpus Christi
From Our Pastor

From Our Pastor

Dear Folks,

Corpus Christi.

The feast of the Body and Blood of Christ.

This is why I am Catholic.

This is why I have given my life to Him.

This is why we put up with bad homilies.

This is why we attend Mass surrounded by caution tape.

This is why we love crying babies in church.

This is why girls dress up as brides for 1st communion.

This is why boys dress up as grooms for 1st communion.

This is why Jesus gave us the priesthood.

This is why priests risk infection to give you communion.

This is why you risk infection coming to Mass.

This is why Jesus founded His Church.

This is how Jesus gives us His life.

This is how we find strength to be His disciples.

This is how you are united to God.

This is how you are healed of infirmities.

This is how you foretaste heaven.

This is the source of our faith.

This is the summit of our faith.

This is Jesus. Nothing else matters.

pax et bonum,

Fr. John Mosimann

Corpus Christi
June 14, 2020
Masses Return To St Mary This Weekend, No Signup Needed

Masses Return To St Mary This Weekend, No Signup Needed

A limited Mass schedule will return to St Mary this weekend.  No sign-up will be required, but there will be social distancing and masks required to attend Mass.  We will have a 5pm Vigil Mass on Saturday, then a 7am, 8:30am, 10:30am, 12:30pm, and a 2:30pm Spanish Mass on Sunday at St Mary.  We will also offer a 8:30am and 10:30am Sunday Mass at Holy Cross Academy using the boxes as we have the past month.  FOR MASSES AT HOLY CROSS GOING FORWARD, FOR THOSE AT RISK, WE WILL BE CONTINUING TO VERY STRICTLY ENFORCE MASKS AND AT HOLY CROSS COMMUNION WILL ONLY BE OFFERED IN THE HAND, SO IF YOU WANT TO COME TO MASS BUT WANT TO BE EXTRA CAUTIOUS, PLEASE CONSIDER HOLY CROSS.  There will be no sign-up required at Holy Cross starting this weekend.

In addition, our weekday Mass schedule will be resuming as normal on Monday June 15.  This means we will have a 6:30am, 9am, and 12pm Mass on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and a 6:30am and 9am Mass on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  Daily Mass on Saturday will be at 9am starting Saturday June 20.  Social distancing and masks will be required for all Masses in the church.

The church will be sanitized after every Sunday Mass, as we have had at Holy Cross the past month.  This means when Mass is over, please leave promptly so the cleaners can wipe down all the surfaces.  Ushers will still be giving directions and seating people, please continue to give them respect and comply with their requests.  Please remember to leave 6 feet between people coming in and leaving Mass.  Because of the continued need for social distancing, the seating capacity will be greatly reduced.  No standing room will be provided.  Please arrive to Mass early.

Our streaming Masses will continue at 9am in English every weekday and Saturday for the foreseeable future, and at 8:30am on Sunday.  As always, they will stream on our Facebook page.  Click the link here to see the Mass Streaming Page.  A dispensation from your obligation to attend Mass remains in effect.  If you feel even a little unwell, or are in the high risk group, are the caretaker or live with someone in the high risk group, or feel apprehension about going out in public until the pandemic has passed, then please take advantage of watching the Mass on our live stream.