Thursday, May 21, 2020
UPDATE: Please be patient as we work towards complete implementation of safety protocols and directives that are necessary for a responsible return to public Masses. We have no dates to announce at this time, but we will use every form of communication available to us to inform parishioners of our Mass schedule when it has been determined. All are encouraged to join our live stream Mass at 9:30am on Sundays. May the Peace of Christ be with you.
We invite you to listen to Father Mahon’s latest reflection (click the link above) as he looks forward to the eventual ‘reopening’ of our churches with great joy and anticipation, while at the same time with a great awareness of the seriousness of this pandemic, the toll it has taken, and the immense responsibility we have as a people to uphold and protect the sanctity, dignity and value of every human life by following guidelines and protocols to stop the spread. We have no dates to announce at this time for the scheduling of ‘public’ Masses here at the Co-Cathedral, but will use every form of communication available to share this information when the decision has been made.
For Diocesan Updates and Statements from Bishop Quinn go to: https://www.dowr.org/statements/index.html
Mass at the Co-Cathedral will be live-streamed this coming Sunday at 9:30am. You may follow it on Facebook here. (Pease note that it is not necessary to have a Facebook account to follow this link.)
The Worship Aid for this Sunday’s Mass can be found here.
The Mass will also be posted to YouTube late Sunday morning here.
The church will be open 3:00 – 6:00pm on Saturdays, 10:30am-1:00pm on Sundays and 8:00am-5:30pm Monday thru Friday for personal prayer and reflection. Holy Water is still available in the Gathering Space at these times for you to pick up.
Please follow CDC guidelines for social distancing in all situations.
Please reach out to our staff at email@example.com and let us know what it is like for you to experience the live-streamed Masses at home and connect with parishioners virtually during this time. How are you staying connected with friends and family and how can we better serve you as we continue to follow the rules of ‘social distancing’?