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Updated: Thurs, Nov 26 @ 10pm.

Our capacity for attendees is 30. If you come to any worship service without pre-registering, you might be able to attend based on this limit. 

 

Please review the Important Information below each time you attend Mass.

 

 

In light of the restrictions announced on Wed, Nov 25:
all previous Sunday Mass registrations were cancelled.
We choose to instead start fresh under the new limitations
Thank you for your patience & flexibility as we get through this time.

 

Attending Mass on Sundays:

  • Anyone wishing to attend Sunday Mass is required to pre-register, either online (below) or by calling the office during regular office hours.
  • Do not register for more than one Sunday Mass from now until Dec 17. Not one per week; just one.
  • Masks are required at all times.
  • The 9:00am Mass will continue to be live-streamed, and is also open to the public.
  • The 9:00am & 11:00am Mass times typically fill up first.

Attending Mass on Weekdays:

  • Pre-registration is once again required. Walk-ins may be permitted up to our allowed maximum of 30 people.
  • We still need volunteer Readers & Usher on weekdays.

 

Register for the week of Nov 27 - 28

Register for the First Sunday of Advent: Nov 28/29

Please review the Important Information below each time you attend Mass. The deadline to register online for Sunday Mass times is 7:30am on Sunday, and the deadline for any Saturday Mass (including the new temporary Saturday evening times) is 4:00pm on Friday (unless otherwise noted).

Please do not register for more than one (1) Sunday Mass between now and Dec. 17.

 

  Saturday, November 28 -  Register for 5:00pm Register for 7:00pm (temporary Mass times)

 

  Sunday, November 29 -   Register for 9:00am Register for 11:00am Register for 1:00pm Register for 6:30pm

 

 Register for the week of Nov 30 - Dec 5

 

Register for the Second Sunday of Advent: Dec 5/6

Please review the Important Information below each time you attend Mass. The deadline to register online for Sunday Mass times is 7:30am on Sunday, and the deadline for any Saturday Mass (including the new temporary Saturday evening times) is 4:00pm on Friday (unless otherwise noted).

Please do not register for more than one (1) Sunday Mass between now and Dec. 17.

  Saturday, December 5 -  Register for 5:00pm Register for 7:00pm (temporary Mass times)

  Sunday, December 6 -   Register for 9:00am Register for 11:00am Register for 1:00pm Register for 6:30pm

 

Register for the weekdays of Dec 7 - 12

 

Register for the Third Sunday of Advent: Dec 12/13

Please review the Important Information below each time you attend Mass. The deadline to register online for Sunday Mass times is 7:30am on Sunday, and the deadline for any Saturday Mass (including the new temporary Saturday evening times) is 4:00pm on Friday (unless otherwise noted).

Please do not register for more than one (1) Sunday Mass between now and Dec. 17.

  Saturday, December 12 -  Register for 5:00pm Register for 7:00pm (temporary Mass times)

  Sunday, December 13 -   Register for 9:00am Register for 11:00am Register for 1:00pm Register for 6:30pm

 

Register for the weekdays of Dec 14 - 19

  • coming soon

Mass for weekdays and other Sundays of Advent is coming soon.

 

 Typical Public Mass Schedule:

  • Saturdays @ 5:00pm & 7:00pm. Pre-registration is required. (Temporary Mass times.)
  • Sundays @ 9:00am, 11:00am, 1:00pm, & 6:30pm. Pre-registration is required.
    • The 9:00am Mass will continue to be live-streamed, and is also open to the public.
  • Mondays @ 12:15pm.
  • Tuesdays @ 12:15pm.
  • Wednesdays @ 12:15pm & 7:00pm.
    • The 7:00 Mass will be preceded by the Devotion to Our Lady of Perpetual Help at 6:00pm.
  • Thursdays @ 12:15pm.
  • Fridays @ 12:15pm.
  • Saturdays @ 12:15pm.

Important Information that must be reviewed each time you will be attending Mass:

  1. Anyone attending Mass in person must be in good health. If you answer yes to any of the following questions, do not attend:
    1. Are you feeling sick?
    2. Do you have a fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, or shortness of breath?
    3. Have you travelled outside of Canada within the last 14 days?
    4. Are you in close contact with a person who tested positive for COVID-19?
    5. Have you tested positive for COVID-19?
  2. Masks are mandatory at all times while in the building, in accordance with the Provincial Health Order.
  3. Attendance will be limited in accordance with the current public health order. Households are expected to maintain a minimum 2m (6') distance between each other. Pews are marked to help facilitate social distancing.
  4. Mass will be kept quite simple, but we need some volunteers.
    • There will not be a choir, except at the 9:00am Sunday Mass, and there are no hymnals available.
    • We will not take up a collection, but have baskets available before and after Mass set up near the doors. The small grey box attached to the front of the Concierge Desk is also available. Alternately, donate now online.
    • We do not have an appointed Reader, so we ask one person attending to proclaim the First Reading, Responsorial Psalm, Second Reading (on Sundays), and Prayers of the Faithful (on Sundays).
    • We do not have scheduled Ushers and Greeters, but ask for volunteers act as an Usher/Greeter to assist. Instructions will be provided; it will not be overly complicated. Please try to arrive at least 20 minutes early. Those who are vulnerable are not encouraged to sign up for this ministry.
  5. If you have registered to attend, we expect you to show up. If you are unable to do so, please cancel your registration (using the link in your confirmation email) or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. so that we can extend the opportunity to others.
  6. There still will be a risk for anyone who attends a public Mass. Even with best health practices and strict personal distancing, anyone who enters a public space should recognize there is a risk of contracting the Coronavirus. Improved cleaning will occur, but no one should expect that they will be any safer from germs than in other public spaces.

 

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