Updated: 3 days ago
On May 19, Bishop Libasci published a new letter on Holy Communion which you can read here. He is now directing all parishes to give people the opportunity to receive Holy Communion by the end of the month. Since we have already been doing this for our registered parishioners, this is not really big news for us. But, based on his directives, there are a few modifications on how we will distribute Holy Communion at our parish:
We will no longer have to restrict the reception of Holy Communion to our registered parishioners
You will now sign up for a time that works for you. Sign up here
Those who have COVID-19 or its symptoms need to stay home
The limitation of 10 people in the Church remains and sufficient distance from non-household members is to be observed inside and outside the Church
Please remain in the Church until the priest has given the group a blessing. If the altar candles remain lit, you have about 5 minutes to make a thanksgiving before the next group. If Father extinguishes the candles, you may remain in the Church to pray.
Please only sign up for one slot at this time. We are scheduling one week in advance for now but will open up additional slots as needed. Please only sign up if you intend to come.
To sign up for Holy Communion, click here