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Living Your Faith During COVID-19

COVID-19 has changed our ability to come together for the celebration of Mass.

As we implement re-opening plans, we do so with prudence and caution, ensuring the safety of everyone.

Entrance for all Masses is at the North Cliveden door.

Entrance for Private Prayer/Exposition/Confession is at the South Cliveden door.

Attending Mass

Beginning Monday, August 2nd, registration is no longer required to attend Mass (Daily & Weekend Masses).  Seating will be on a first come, first served basis.

9am Daily Mass (Monday – Saturday)

8:00am – church opens for private prayer before Mass

9:00am – Mass

*Enter through North Cliveden doors.

Weekend Masses

5:15pm – Saturday (Sunday Vigil Mass)

8:00am, 9:30am, 11:00am, 12:30pm - Sunday Masses

*church opens 15 minutes before each Mass

Confession

7:00pm-8:30pm – Mondays

8:00am-8:45am – Fridays

*First come, first served. No registration required.

*Enter through North Cliveden doors.

Private Prayer/Exposition

7:00pm-8:30pm - Mondays

*First come, first served. No registration required.

*Enter through South Cliveden glass doors.

Parishioners are reminded not to congregate in or around the church before or after services.

 

Livestreaming OLS Mass

We continue to livestream the Daily Mass at 9am (Monday - Saturday) and the 5:15pm Saturday Vigil Mass on our YouTube channel. If you miss the time of the livestreamed Mass, the recording will be available on our YouTube channel.

Dispensation from the Sunday Eucharist remains in place.

 

Here are other ways to live your faith:

KidsWord

Join Alicia, each week, as she helps us understand how we can live a life like Jesus. KidsWord is targeted at children ages 4-12. Tune in weekly here.

Music Ministry

To help our parishioners remain connected to Christ through music, Gordon has been creating weekly musical videos for us, posted on our Music Ministry Playlist. Listen and learn more about each recording. 

Prayer Corner

Each week we share a new prayer in our parish e-bulletin for parishioners to enjoy and pray. You can view past prayer corners here.