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  •            Welcome Back!

    We are excited to once again have Mass in our beautiful church.  We are resuming a full Mass schedule for Phase 1 re-opening.  The times for Masses is as follows:

    Saturday: 4:00 p.m.
    Sunday: 7:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m. & 5:30 p.m.
    Monday –Friday 6:30 a.m.

    + Our total allowed occupancy is 155.  This will be strictly enforced.  Ushers will count each person at the door before entering to make sure we do not pass maximum occupancy.
    + Door will be opened to admit parishioners into church 30 min. prior to each Mass.  Social distancing of 6 ft. is required upon approach.  Persons are to remain in their vehicles prior to the church being unlocked.
    + All parishioners must enter from the Portico thru one designated door.  Parishioners may exit thru any door.
    + When entering the church you will be seated by an Usher.  Persons from a single household are considered as one unit and may sit together, though each individual will be counted toward the 25% occupancy rate of 155.  Other individuals must be seated at least 6 ft. apart.
    + All are asked to wear a mask or face covering when attending Mass.
    Everyone should be careful to not touch surfaces unnecessarily.  To assist with this, Holy Water fonts will remain empty, the door will be opened for you, and books have been removed from the pews.  In order to minimize the possible spread of the Coronavirus, all are encouraged to receive Holy Communion in the hand.  A small team of volunteers will remain after each Mass to sanitize the church.
    ***All Catholics of the Diocese of Lafayette, by decree of Bishop Deshotel, remain dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass until further notice.  We are still obligated to observe the usual obligations of “Keeping Holy the Sabbath” and by tuning in to televised or live streamed Mass on Sunday and making a Spiritual Communion.

  •       Stations of the Cross

    The Stations of the Cross can be prayed for whatever your intention might be, for example: as a Lenten devotion, for the Holy Souls in purgatory, for an end to the coronavirus and those suffering with the virus.

    REMEMBER – When praying, think about what you are praying and mean what you are praying.

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