COVID-19 Guidelines & Resources


1. Weekend Masses are limited capacity. In the event the church is at capacity, Communion service will be available in FLC.

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. The Bishop’s dispensation of the Sunday obligation will continue until further notice.

4. Our Live Stream Masses will remain available for those unable to attend in person. (click here for schedule).

5. We request you to wear a mask and to practice social distancing guidelines before, during & after all Masses.

May God’s blessings of peace and joy be with you and your family!

Resources from USCCB

(United States Council of Catholic Bishops)

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has also dispensed all the Catholic faithful from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass until the suspension of Mass is rescinded. 

Reopening Guidelines
Welcome Letter
Diocesan Statement

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

There appears to be some confusion in the media regarding the moral permissibility of using the vaccines for COVID-19 by Pfizer Inc. and Moderna. The following links provide clarification and background information that can be useful in answering parishioner questions:

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Memo from Bishop Rhoads and Archbishop Naumann (Nov. 20, 2020)

Points to Consider on the Use of COVID Vaccines – National Catholic Bioethics Center (Dec. 7, 2020)

Making Sense of Bioethics: COVID-19 Vaccine Myths – National Catholic Bioethics Center (Aug. 28, 2020)

Weekend Masses

Saturday: 5 pm
Sunday:    8 am, 9:30 am & 11:30 am

Weekday Masses

Mon, Tues, Thur, Fri: 8.30 am
Wednesday: 7 pm (With the Novena to Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal)


11665 Fort Caroline Road
Jacksonville, Florida 32225


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Office Hours

Mon – Fri:
9am – 4:30pm

12pm – 12:30pm