The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity May 29 - 30, 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 on the transepts will be recommended for those wearing mask.
Our capacity under physical distancing guidelines is at 580 individuals. Please read the below carefully for instructions.
Maintain social distance between you and others outside of your immediate family/members with whom you co-habitate.
Wearing a face-covering or mask is optional at all masses. I recommend those who are wearing mask to seat on the transepts.
Communion will be brought to the pews. PLEASE DO NOT MOVE FROM YOUR SEAT. Communion will only be distributed in the Species of the Body. Those seated on the chairs are asked to stand or kneel to recieve Holy Communion.
The Sign of the Peace should only be exchanged within households.
Saturday 3 - 4:40 PM
Wednesday 5 - 6 PM
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
in the main sanctuary
this Thursday 1 - 7:00 PM
(Benediction 6:40 PM)
(In-Person & Facebook Live-Streamed)
Sunday, 8am (In-Person only)
Sunday, 10am (In-Person & Facebook Live-Streamed)
Domingo, 12:30pm (En persona)
Tapa boca/nariz opcional para los que se han vacunado
Facebook Live Page
* Let us congratulate all our parishioners graduating this weekend from Saint Thomas More Academy and Cardinal Gibbons High School.
* Next weekend, on the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, we will resume the traditional way to receive holy communion by kneeling or standing at the communion rail for those who seat at front to the church and standing for those who seat in the center back of the Church. More detail instructions will be giving by Friday next week.
* The parish office is closed Monday, May 31 for Memorial Day. The office will reopen on Tuesday at
* The Society of St. Andrew is hosting a potato bagging
event next Saturday June 5, 2021 at 8:30am and it will be held here at St. Catherine of Siena Church parking lot. The bagged potatoes are donated to the food pantries throughout our area. This is a great family friendly event for all ages. If you are interested in volunteering, please click the link below to sign up:
* Please, keep in your prayers during this week Deacon Steven DiMassimo and Deacon Taylor Sparrow soon to be ordain to the priesthood this coming Saturday, June 5 at 10 am at Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral.
Fr. Bill John
on Saturday, May 29 at 11:45AM