Covid-19 Parish Update 3/17/2020

As the Covid-19 crisis continues to impact our community, Fr. Henry and myself are faced with a dilemma on how to spiritually care for our parishioners and maintain their physical safety.

So with safety in mind, and in accordance with the guidance of our President, Governor, and health officials, we are cancelling all public masses and gatherings until further notice. It is our prayer that by taking this extraordinary step we are doing our part in reducing the spread of this virus and protecting the lives entrusted to our care.

In order to provide for spiritual care of our community, we are going to provide links on our website for the faithful to participate in spiritual communion and perpetual adoration. Further, we are going to celebrate a private mass daily that will be live-streamed on FaceBook live at 8:00am. Our private Sunday mass will be live-streamed on Facebook, as well as posted on our website.

We encourage our faithful to heed the warnings and guidance of our officials. We encourage you to follow us on FaceBook and our website for further advisories and information. We also encourage you to sign-up to our parish app, My Parish App, for immediate updates.  Lastly, and most importantly, pray; pray for a swift end to this virus, pray for those affected by the virus, and lastly pray for the happy repose of those that have died.

If you have any questions, please call the office at 727-391-4661 during regular business hours.

If you are concerned about your weekly offering, you may consider on-line giving through the website, or, mail it to the office.


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