XXI Sunday in Ordinary Time August 21-22, 2021
Bishop's updated guidelines
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
Please, check the updated guidelines from Bishop Zarama above. Mask wearing is now optional for those who have been vaccinated. We will keep the following procedures in place for this weekend. The chairs and the transepts are reserved for those wearing masks.
Please read the below carefully for instructions.
We will be using every pew in the nave for seating from now on. Except for the transepts and chairs which will maintain the 6 feet apart social distance.
Wearing a face-covering or mask is optional at all masses. Everyone is welcome to sit at the naves, but if you feel more comfortable around others who wear masks, the transept and the chairs are reserved for mask only seating.
Please, come forward to receive Holy Communion. Those sitting in the nave front sections will come to the altar rail. PLEASE, watch the instructional video below for details.
The Sign of the Peace should only be exchanged within households.
Saturday 3 - 4:40 PM
Wednesday 5 - 6 PM
Wednesday 6:30 PM
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
Thursday 1 - 7 PM
(Benediction 6:45 PM)
Saturday, 5 PM (In-Person only)
Sunday, 8 AM (In-Person only)
Sunday, 10 AM (In-Person & Facebook Live-Streamed)
Domingo, 12:30 PM (En persona)
Tapa boca/nariz opcional para los que se han vacunado
Facebook Live Page
* As Faith Formation starts on September 12, 2021, the 10:00 Mass will be transfer to 10:30 AM.
The Sunday schedule will be as follow: Sundays at 8:00 AM, 10:30 AM, and 12:30 PM (Sp)
* St. Catherine of Siena School is looking for student
athletes! Parish students can now participate in St.
Catherine of Siena Sports! Students must be in grades 5 - 8th, and not participating in the same sport at their school. This is open to all students: Home-school, public school and private school. Beth Pursley, Athletic Director at St. Catherine of Siena Catholic School will be in the back of the church this weekend after the 5:00pm Saturday Mass and Sunday 8:00AM and 10:00AM Mass for questions and signup.
* As you are aware, the people of Haiti are suffering greatly following a devastating earthquake that struck their country this past Saturday. In solidarity with them, there will be a special second collection next weekend to support the USCCB Bishops Emergency Disaster Fund.
* Our first week of school has been very successful, it is nice to see all the children back in the classrooms and we welcome the 45 new students for a total of 245 students this year. Praise be to God!
Fr. Bill John
on Friday, August 20 at 6:00PM