Thursday, November 5, 2020

Recovering Together

I admit. 2020 hasn’t been the best year for many of us.

From hurricanes to explosions, war to disease, continued ecological fallout to social inequality and lots more, it can feel hard to touch all the bases for what new tragedy 2020 has brought us. A quick jaunt into traditional and social media leads to an even longer list of people to blame. It’s the <insert name here>’s fault, we better make them pay! We better get our fair share!

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Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Longing for the Eucharist

Like many of you, I have been in quarantine for upwards of about ten weeks. When things started to heat up, we stopped going to Mass the week before everything closed down, in part because we weren’t sure if one of us was sick. Also in part because we felt that we were risking getting ourselves sick, and we had very recently became almost the sole volunteers for Meals on Wheels, a program that delivers meals to vulnerable people with little to no mobility. It seems like it’s been ages upon ages since we have been able to go to Mass and receive the Eucharist.

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Thursday, May 21, 2020

Attending Mass in person

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, but there is a good chance you will be turned away.

 

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Update: This schedule will continue only until the end of June.

Bishop Mark has invited everyone to pray and fast for an end to the COVID-19 pandemic and for all those affected by it on the Fridays of the Easter Season (and perhaps beyond).

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Public celebration of the Mass is resuming, but with restrictions. See: Attending Mass with Restrictions

 

Even if we cannot gather together, here are some options for still connecting with others and keeping our faith sustained and growing.

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