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Daily Mass Readings
- Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
- Saturday of the Twenty-ninth Week in Ordinary Time
- Friday of the Twenty-ninth Week in Ordinary Time
- Thursday of the Twenty-ninth Week in Ordinary Time
- Wednesday of the Twenty-ninth Week in Ordinary Time
- Tuesday of the Twenty-ninth Week in Ordinary Time
- Memorial of Saints John de Brébeuf and Isaac Jogues, Priests, and Companions, Martyrs
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Reopening of Public Masses:
1. Reservations are not currently required for Masses at Holy Spirit. All other procedures for Mass during the pandemic will continue to be observed.
2. Please see the video on guidelines to be followed. We must abide by State and Local laws and restrictions that pertain to physical distancing.
3. Dispensation from Sunday Mass has been indefinitely extended.
4. Our Live Streams will remain available (click here for schedule).
Thank you for your patience and cooperation!
Brief outline of COVID-19 DOSA Directives
Dispensation from Sunday Mass – has been indefinitely continued as of May 5th, 2020
By his authority as the diocesan bishop to dispense from universal ecclesiastical laws, Bishop Estévez has indefinitely dispensed from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass three categories of people for as long as the specific condition below continues:
- All who are sick and those who are caring for them
- Those who because of age or infirmity are at higher risk for contracting the coronavirus
- Those who have been exposed to the coronavirus because of travel or other circumstances
And to further protect public health and calm fears, Bishop Estévez has also dispensed all the Catholic faithful from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass until the suspension of Mass is rescinded.
Fr. Amar’s Weekly Reflections
Many people, including myself, have considered 2020 to be among the most troubling and frightful times in modern history. An unprecedented global health crisis has already taken the lives of almost a quarter of a million people in the United States alone, a renewed reckoning with the persistence of systemic racism across America, and a presidential election cycle that has further fractured our...
WORLD MISSION SUNDAY: Our annual worldwide Eucharistic celebration for the Missions and missionaries of the world, will be celebrated on October 18, 2020. The offerings that will be collected are destined for a common fund of solidarity distributed, in the pope's name, by the Society for the Propagation of the Faith among the poor and suffering in more than 1,150 mission dioceses across the...
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As Catholics, we know that the Holy Mass is the center of our faith and the source of divine life. Hence, the Church teaches us to participate in the Holy Mass regularly on Sundays and on Holydays of obligation and also on weekdays, whenever possible. If we understand the value of the Mass, we would certainly participate in it actively and regularly. I feel that a simple explanation on each part...
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