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Mass Re-opening on June 13th and 14th

We hope that this finds you well.  The shelter-in-place mandate has disrupted all our lives and schedules.  I miss seeing you on a weekly basis, indeed, some of you more frequently.  However, the wait is overBeginning June 13 and 14, we will resume our Mass but we’ll be celebrating outdoors. 

Mass for June 13 and 14:  Saturday- 5 pm, Sunday 8:30 am and 10:30 am

Beginning June 20 and 21:   Saturday:  4 pm and 5:30 pm
Sunday:  8:00 am, 9:30 am and 11:30 am.

To prepare for the celebration of Mass. I would like to share some information and measures that we will be adopting:

  • First of all, remember that the Archbishop has given all of us dispensation from attending Mass during the pandemic.  Those of you over 65 years of age and those with health issues should be especially mindful of this and are advised not to attend any gatherings.  Let your discretion be your guide.
  • For your safety and for the well being of others, you will be required to wear a mask when attending services.  We have a limited supply of masks so please bring your own.
  • You should observe the recommended 6 foot separation of social distancing at all times.
  • There is a limit of 100 people per Mass, please call the parish office to reserve your seats or go to stmp.org and click on the “SIGN UP” BUTTON.
  • We have designated 4 gates for your entrance: Gate A is entrance for those with special requirements, Gate B, for assigned liturgical ministers and their family, Gate C single or couple and Gate D for Family of 3 or more.
  • Staff members, ushers and greeters will be on hand to assist with seat assignments.  Keep in mind that this will be a brand new experience for all of us so please be patient and help each other out.
  • The Mass will be short and sweet.   You will not hear any choir singing, but we will have piano playing.
  • Communion will be distributed after the final blessing. Hygiene is important when receiving Holy Communion, please bring your personal hand sanitizer.  Keep in mind that we are still practicing 6’ social distancing.
  • When entering or exiting the campus please extend the 6 feet courtesy to everyone with the exception of family members.

Sincerely yours in Christ,

Rev. Father Stephen Okumu








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