Please click below for complete details regarding resuming public Masses and the offering of the Sacrament of Reconciliation

Resuming public Masses and the Sacrament of Reconciliation        

At this time the faithful are dispensed in charity from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass.
Masses will continue to be live-streamed on Facebook until all restrictions have been lifted. Because of the social distancing requirements, our Church will only be able to hold up to 300 attendees per Mass. Once that quota is fulfilled all others will be asked to return to their vehicles. Distribution of the Holy Eucharist for those watching on live-stream from within their vehicles will take place under the porte-cochere entrance (covered entrance) after Mass.

Temporary Weekend Mass Schedule (Until Further Notice)
Saturday – 5:00pm  Vigil Mass*
Sunday – 9:00am 12:00pm**, and 4:00pm Masses
*Saturday Vigil Mass is exclusively for attendees 60 and older.
**Mass time at 12:00pm to allow time to sanitize church in between Masses.
Temporary Daily Mass Mass Schedule (Until Further Notice)
  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday -  8:30am Mass (Morning Prayer at 8:15am)
  • Wednesday - 7:00pm

Accessing our Facebook Page without a Facebook Account
If you would like to watch our Live-streamed Masses over the coming weeks, but don’t have a Facebook account, simply follow the instructions below to access the videos.

  • Visit (either click the link or copy that text into a new browser window).
  • If you don’t have a Facebook account, wait a few seconds and a screen will pop-up allowing you to bypass setting up an account to access the page. When this image pops up, simply click “Not Now” at the bottom.
  • Scroll to the video section and then click on our latest video to view it either live or after production.
  • Then, join us in prayer from your home!

We are grateful for the opportunity to share in prayer with you via Facebook Live. There is no expense to our parish for using this resource. Our Friars will be leading us in prayer from their private Chapel in the Friary.