Bishop Tobin has said if anyone is uncomfortable in attending and or Vulnerable populations, older parishioners and those with underlying health conditions are encouraged to stay home.
Mass will be limited to 66% of Capacity
There will be Mass on Saturday at 4:00 pm
There will be Sunday Mass at 8:00 AM
10:30 AM Sunday Mass
8:00 AM Mass Monday-Thursday
Holy Communion will be distributed in the persons hands and Father will sanitize his hands after each individual.
While Father will continue to wear a mask while distributing communion, parishioners can remove them while receiving the Eucharist. Parishioners are also encouraged to receive Holy Communion on the hand rather than by mouth — or to refrain from Holy Communion altogether and make an act of spiritual communion instead.
Hand hygiene and masks are key.
Parishioners will be asked to use hand sanitizer upon entering the church and must always wear a mask — except when receiving Holy Communion.
The church will be sanitized after every Mass.
Parishioners are asked to avoid personal contact with anyone
Those who are sick, even with mild symptoms, must stay home
There will be Social Distancing in place.
The diocese said the guidelines were created based upon suggestions from
the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. They were also written after
several weeks of consultation with the Rhode Island Department of Health and
the office of Governor Gina Raimondo
Monday-Thursday we will be live-streaming Mass at 8:00 am and Saturday at 4:00 pm and Sunday at 10:30 am on Facebook
The church will be open Monday-Thursday from
9-3 if you want to pray.
Saturday at 4:00pm
Sunday at 8:00am and 10:30am
Monday-Thursday at 8:00am
(The Rosary is prayed prior to Daily Mass)
Holy Days- See the Parish Bulletin or call the Rectory
Reconciliation: Saturday 3:00 to 3:30 PM