Resuming of Public Masses
(Subject to Change or Cancellation)
The recent postponement of public celebrations of the Mass due to the Pandemic certainly has affirmed how important are the sacraments of the Church to our life of faith. We also miss the community support we feel when we gather for the Liturgy. Now is time to begin our Catholic comeback gradually and safely. After evaluating the Archdiocesan directives issued as to the reopening of our churches in light of the current health conditions and analysis. After consultation with our parish staff, bi-parish pastoral council and finance councils. We have made the decision to offer public Masses gradually, limited, and subject to change or cancellation in each of our parishes according to the following schedule:
Starting on Sunday, June 14th Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ
(Occupancy at all Masses is limited to 25% of church seating capacity)
9:00 a.m. St. Michael (Multilingual)
Upper church: seating limited to 120 people. Lower Church (Church Hall): seating limited to 50 people.
11:00 a.m. St. Rose (Bilingual): seating limited to 70 people.
Friday (staring on Friday, June 5th) 12:00 noon St. Michael upper church: seating limited to 120 people.
Adoration and Benediction
St. Michael upper church: Fridays after the 12:00 noon Mass.
(starting the first week of June)
At St. Michael upper church: Tuesday to Friday 11:00-11:45 a.m.
At St. Rose: Saturday 4:00-5:00 p.m.
See detailed instructions in the PDF document below.