Monsignor's Message about returning to Mass
UPDATED 5/12: A new link is now available to sign up for Mass for the week of May 15 - 21. This is a NEW link. Please read all instructions carefully before signing up.
** The dispensation will be ending next weekend on Pentecost Sunday (May 22/23). Beginning that weekend, sign-ups for Mass will no longer be necessary. This is our last sign-up email. **
REMINDERS FOR ATTENDING MASS:
Please remember to arrive at least 5 minutes early to Mass so you can check in and be seated before Mass begins. Also, we ask that you keep getting up and moving around during Mass to a minimum, no one should be standing in the Vestibule unless you need to take your child out of the Church and please do not leave before Mass has ended.
Monsignor is offering Mass every morning at 8am, Monday through Friday. This will be streamed live on Facebook. You can also watch it live on our website below. There is also a Tuesday and Thursday evening Mass. If you choose not to come to in-person Mass you are still dispensed from the Sunday obligation.
If you are sick or someone in your family is sick, please do not come to Mass, you are dispensed from attending. If you are high risk or live with someone who is high risk, please consider not coming to Mass, you are dispensed from attending.
We appreciate your continued patience, kindness and support during this time.
While we have been participating in Mass during the pandemic, we haven’t been able to experience our community life together as we did prior to COVID-19. To address this time of isolation, we have scheduled a parish picnic. Please mark your calendars and plan on attending! Click here for more information.
We are asking for your participation in our Welcome Back Survey. We want to know how you’re doing, what sacraments or rites you’ve missed, what ministries you are looking forward to returning to, and, most importantly, how we can help you commemorate the pandemic.
Welcome Dr. Walsh! We are so exicted to introduce you to our St. Paul Community and family. We look forward to your start at St. Paul Catholic School!
Click here to read more about Dr. Walsh. She will be joining us for a few meet and greets in May.
Saturday: 4:00-4:45pm or anytime by appointment.