Update as of June 15, 2021:
Based on guidance given from the Archdiocese today, beginning this weekend, the capacity for in-person liturgies will return to 100% with the bows removed from pews. Those who wish to continue to wear masks are more than welcome to do so. With this, we will return to the practice of parishioners in attendance coming forward to the altar to receive communion. Individuals uncomfortable with receiving communion this way are encouraged to either wear a mask or let an usher know so that communion may be brought out to you. At this time, Archbishop Kurtz is not restoring the obligation to attend Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of Obligation. This action will likely take place in mid-July; more details will follow. The 9:30 a.m. liturgy will continue to be live-streamed as well.
We will continue to bring back our liturgical ministries to their normal scheduling throughout the summer. If you did not fill out on your stewardship form that you are interested in helping with a particular liturgical ministry (greeters, ushers, gift bearers, lectors, eucharistic ministers, sacristans), and you would like to get involved, please let the parish office know.