Here’s what you need to know about weekend, weekday Masses

We have stopped registration for weekend Mass, but if you come to church you must sign in at the door.

This is part of the contact tracing that we are required to perform. Should someone in attendance subsequently get diagnosed with COVID-19, we will be able to inform you of the potential exposure.

 When you get to church, you can enter the left or right doors on the Catherine Street side. The center door will be used for exiting the church.

As you enter the church, your temperature will be taken. If it’s 100 degrees or higher, you’ll be asked to go home.

You then will give your name and phone number to the attendant, after which please sanitize your hands. You’ll be directed to an usher who will seat you. We ask you follow their directions on where to sit so we all can be socially distant from each other.


There will be a commentator during Mass to inform you of communion and exiting procedures, among other things.

Weekday morning Mass protocols

The Mass schedule is 8:30 a.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

When you arrive at church, you must enter the center doors on Catherine Street, sign in at the lectern and then proceed to the designated middle pews at the front of the church. You must wear a mask and maintain the 6-foot social distance from each other. Family members can sit together. The pews people sit in must be sanitized after each Mass.

No registration is required, but you must sign in at church.